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The last movie you watched?

Discussion in 'Movie' started by sparkyplug, Mar 26, 2017.

  1. sparkyplug

    sparkyplug New Political Irish

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    Whats the last movie you watched?

    Share and discuss the last film you watch and if you would recommend it.
     
  2. Myles O'Reilly

    Myles O'Reilly Legend Political Irish Donator

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    Bone Tomahawk. Very good western with a kind of a horror twist. The kind of film geezers on here would like.
     
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    sparkyplug

    sparkyplug New Political Irish

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    Just finished watching;
    Resident Evil: The Final Chapter




    Well what can I say, I have followed this series of Movies since the very first installment back in 2002.

    This movie was disappointing, it didn't follow any of the previous movie Resident Evil - Retribution, and could have been a separate movie to the Franchise.

    We last left Alice in a half destroyed white house filled heavily with Armed soldiers fighting humanity's last stand, the new movie opens up with Alice the only survivor of what appears to have been a Nuclear explosion with everything destroyed and unconnected to the previous movie.

    Overall I found the movie disappointing, poorly acted and a general miserable ending to the movie franchise.
     
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    sparkyplug

    sparkyplug New Political Irish

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    Thats a 2015 movie, have you only seen it recently ?

    Looks quite interesting, will have to watch.

     
  5. Myles O'Reilly

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    Sir there are movies from the 60's that I've only seen recently Wink Smile 2
     
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    sparkyplug

    sparkyplug New Political Irish

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    Well Tbh you cant get better than that.

    Always a pleasure to discover a film that passed you by or a classic you missed.

    Only recently re-watched Quo vadis again, a far different style of movie from modern days films and a joy to watch.
     
  7. Myles O'Reilly

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    A fistful of Dynamite. Old IRA irregular teams up with a bandit in the Mexican revolution.

    "Duck you sucker" LOLlllllllllllll
     
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    Pale Rider

    The Patriot

    The Last of the Mohicans.

    I watch these over and over







    The best



    The south should have been a new free country
     
  9. anderson

    anderson Respected Member Political Irish

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    Just watched a a movie called the Discovery, made by Netlfix.

    not a bad film, especially if like me you love Sci-Fi and supernatural type stuff.

    Its a movie made by Netflix so I give them full credit for what they are doing. It also led me to another movie, ill post that below.

    One year after the existence of the afterlife is scientifically verified, millions around the world have ended their own lives in order to “get there”. A man and woman fall in love while coming to terms with their own tragic pasts and the true nature of the afterlife.



    After watching the Discovery Netflix recommended another scifi type movie, I Origins. It was made in 2014 and it was one of those rare movies that I have missed from watching when it was released.


    A molecular biologist and his laboratory partner uncover evidence that may fundamentally change society as we know it.

     
  10. amsterdemmetje

    amsterdemmetje Member Political Irish

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    Walking tall 2004. Best film ever.
     
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    american psycho.
     
  12. Myles O'Reilly

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    Outside Ozona. One of Meat Loaf's finest Happykkkiii
     
  13. El Chaval.

    El Chaval. Member Political Irish

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    I just watched LaLa Land.
    Well, the first ten minutes anyway.
     
  14. Myles O'Reilly

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    'Legend'. Its about the Kray brothers. V good.
     
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    Michael Clayton is a very good film. A bit under the radar even though it's got George Clooney in it(don't let that put you off) As well as Tilda Swinton, Tom Wilkinson, Sydney Pollack, and a few other good actors.

    A lawyer film about a big agri/chem corporation lawsuit. It's a slow mover but very well done, I think.
     
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    Was pressurised into watching 50 Shades of Grey (part 2) last night with my partner.
    If you ever want to feel a complete sexual inadequate, repeat this experience.

    An absolutely diabolical movie crying out for a spoof.

    One scene:
    Billionaire main character crashes his helicopter toy whilst flying over Mount St Helena volcana. His partner is in Seattle biting her nails and watching news reports when Thundercock walks in the room.
    Yes, he survived the crash, and walked all the way to his penthouse without calling or passing a phonebox.
    He then grabs a bite to eat, and rides yer wan again with his always-ready erection.
    There are at least 6 ubiquitous. token sex scenes, which like the helicopter crash leaves you asking "Sorry, whats this movie about again?"
     
  17. Myles O'Reilly

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    The almost ubiquitous female interest in these films is surely worthy of some comment.
     
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    Walking tall. Best movie ever.
    I make sure to walk tall everyday just like the Rock. I know most famous people but never got the chance to meet him yet. No doubt I will do security for him when he comes to Ireland or so it rhe club he visits. Will update ye on what he is really like.
     
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    The Rock is a poof, are you?
     
  20. amsterdemmetje

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    No and either is Dwane. He is a clean living guy just like me.