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DB Cooper

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May 17, 2013
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Watched a film from about 10 years ago called 'Fracture'.

It had a good cast and included a brilliant performance by Anthony Hopkins.

One of those films that really got you thinking.

9/10.
 

DB Cooper

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May 17, 2013
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Saw another film from about 10 years ago called 'Reptor'. Or something similar?

Starred Woody Harrelson as an old school cop who wasn't affraid to beat them up or shoot them up.

Parts of it were very entertaining. But without spoiling the ending with specifics l will simply say the ending could have been better.

A movie that was headed for about 7.5/10 minimum. But the ending reduced it to a score of about 6/10.
 

Teeto

The Bobsledinator
May 31, 2012
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The Lunchbox

Quality film. Not a comedy but quite funny quite a lot throughout the film. A Bollywood movie but not in the classic musical style.
 
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I really want to see Free Solo...looks fucking mental, and it is an astonishing achievement. There's clearly something not quite right with people like this, but it is still incredible.

 

Teeto

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May 31, 2012
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Oh that reminds me, not too long ago I saw the Solo Star Wars spin off movie. I liked it. The first few minutes had me thinking it was shit, but it got better from then on I thought,
 
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plankton

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Jun 12, 2012
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There's a big difference between receiving Best Actor and a sideshow media whore award.
No, best actor is often awarded based on political messages in the given role. Malek is a good actor and he is awesome in Mr Robot but he is just wrong for the role as Freddie Mercury. He streched it as far as he could and cudos for that. That being said, a biopic about an iconic gay lead singer of one of the greatest rock bands in history during the height of the AIDS epidemic, was gonna win even if they cast Adam Sandler as Freddie.
 
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DB Cooper

peel me a grape
May 17, 2013
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No, best actor is often awarded based on political messages in the given role. Malek is a good actor and he is awesome in Mr Robot but he is just wrong for the role as Freddie Mercury. He streched it as far as he could and cudos for that. That being said, a biopic about an iconic gay lead singer of one of the greatest rock bands in history during the height of the AIDS epidemic, was gonna win even if they cast Adam Sandler as Freddie.
I think Malek deserved the Best Actor award for his performance. That you don't won't cause me to lose any sleep.
 
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The Mist: 3/10
The entire time I found myself yelling, "What are you doing?!" Almost everything the characters did was "horror film stereotypical". As monsters ran towards them, they stood there and screamed instead of running. The crazy lady trying to kill a ten year old child somehow had acquired a huge band of followers within 24 hours who also felt that somehow God would appreciate it it they stabbed the child to death, along with the Army guy. It made absolutely no sense why anyone would listen to her at all. They should have duct taped her mouth shut from the beginning. Overall, I was extremely annoyed by how predictable this movie was and how I felt like I needed to dumb myself down in order to watch it. I couldn't think logically about anything that was happening or else I would have turned it off, so I had to pretend that it was convincing just so I could finish watching it. The ending made me totally nauseas. No one would EVER do what this man did. You battle the monsters for days and risk your life repeatedly and then you think that running out of gas means QUIT?! No, you would not shoot two old people, your own ten year old son, and the woman holding him and spare yourself. That is ridiculous. The personalities that these people had we not the type of personalities that would accept giving up, and the fact that they didn't join the crazy lady's band of insanity shows that the man was not a psycho and would not have shot his child in the head and not himself. I realize it was to spare them from the monsters, but no one in their right mind could do that. Every "mission" he went on was life threatening, and all of those people put their lives at risk by getting in that car, so why commit suicide?? They wouldn't. It was stupid