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Author:  Durham Giant [ Sun Jun 09, 2019 3:08 pm ]
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Rocketman

Never a great Elton fan as hated all the ott costumes and stuff. But knowing his backstory gives it a different perspective and some good songs in his earlier years

Author:  giddyupoldfella [ Sun Jul 07, 2019 9:02 pm ]
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Just watched "Sideways" from 2004, it was OK, but nothing I'd consider giving a re-watch.

97% rating on rotten tomatoes, overrated if you ask me.

Author:  hengirl [ Thu Jul 11, 2019 1:43 pm ]
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I went to see Spiderman far from home, not much of a Spiderman fan but this was a great film, well worth a watch

Author:  mrpurfect [ Tue Oct 22, 2019 3:02 pm ]
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Joker 10/10 must see.
Once again a film that rotten tomatoes critic's pan, while the audience loved it, all because this comic book film was more grounded in reality so the violence (which there is far less than in other films) hit too close to home for the liberal woke bell ends.
I left the cinema knowing I liked it but not sure how much I liked it , this film stays with you for days as you try to anylize Joaquin Phoenix's brilliantly portrayed character and the more you do you start to realise this is a masterpiece and the strange thing is everybody seems to have a different take on this facinating character study.

Author:  bren2k [ Mon Oct 28, 2019 10:46 am ]
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Joker - bit of a strange one this; the first part of the film is almost a case study of mental illness, and how society neglects and further alienates sufferers - with shades of the loner/incel thing, which is very zeitgeisty in the US. It has small elements of the Batman mythos clumsily crow-barred in, but they don't detract from a tour-de-force performance by Joaquin Phoenix - who is painfully good; he's difficult to look at in many scenes.

The second part takes all that and turns it into a comic book supervillain origin story; it does it very well, but I'm not sure the two parts go together - it almost feels like the conclusion cheapens the beginning?

Anyhow - I watched it almost a week ago and I'm still thinking about it; and you can't say that about many comic book movies. 8/10

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