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22-02-13, 04:29 PM #376
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Yeh Silver Linings Playbook is really good, great portrayal by Brad Cooper and nice to see De Niro in something decent for a change. Man what happened to him over the last 20 years Sad

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22-02-13, 06:40 PM #377
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I want to see this. Headhunters was great. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCufHf5uUsw

22-02-13, 06:52 PM #378
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Thanks for the tip!

22-02-13, 09:16 PM #379
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(22-02-13, 03:24 PM)Vortec Wrote:  @ Poor Sod, if you like Flammen og citronen, maybe Zwartboek (Blackbook) is something you will like. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0389557/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1

Thanks Vortec! Any more films about nazi occupied lands and resitance? There's suppose to be one about Norway that's good, but I can't remember the name just now

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22-02-13, 09:37 PM #380
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You mean Max Manus? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1029235/?ref_=sr_1

Europa, Europa. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099776/?ref_=sr_1
Les femmes de l`ombre. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0824330/?ref_=sr_2
La rafle. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1382725/
Oorlogswinter. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0795441/?ref_=sr_1

22-02-13, 10:41 PM #381
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Loved silver linings, had that "we are family" vibe reminicent of little miss sunshine, flight's opeaning scene is awesome Wink always loved my name is Earl's Catalina.
Django was great too! It's been a long time I've wanted to watch a film twice in succession especially knowing its run time.

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22-02-13, 11:40 PM #382
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(22-02-13, 09:37 PM)Vortec Wrote:  You mean Max Manus?

YES! That's the one. Thanks for the tips. I see a theme night coming up Very Happy

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26-09-13, 07:18 PM #383
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Went to the cinema recently and watched Rush. A great film about the F1 rivalry between Nikki Lauda & James Hunt. Well worth a watch!

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26-09-13, 07:56 PM #384
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Saw "Curse of Chucky" yesterday...not so well worth the watch...

27-09-13, 08:20 AM #385
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Pacific Rim was visually very nice especially with those next generation 3D glasses. Story however was quite childish...

04-02-16, 01:17 PM #386
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No Escape.

Now that was proper stressful.

04-02-16, 04:25 PM #387
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Just looked it up.
Apparently "the plot is loosely based on events which took place in Thailand in 2006 ".
I was in Thailand at the time with the missus and my then one year old son, suffice to say the plot of the film is not something I remember even vaguely happening. Sounds like the usual standard of Hollywood's morally bankrupt, xenophobic bullshit.

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04-02-16, 07:13 PM #388
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I hear you. It had many flaws but it has you on the edge of your seat too. It is about western corporations doing the thing land grabbers did in the old west.. getting control of the water and then turning it off. Sorta. The couple escape into Vietnam along a river, so it couldn't be Thailand, maybe Cambodia.

04-02-16, 07:57 PM #389
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I'll have to give it a watch before I pass further judgement! Getting a bit reactionary in my old age. Wink
Yeah would have to be Laos or Cambodia (assuming it's not China) if it borders Vietnam.
Stunning part of the world . . . especially Laos.
Mental recent history though.

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