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    Problem with the Terminator franchise is it was based on a staple of horror movie setups, that of "something's coming to get you and you can't stop it". It's used time and time again in various different ways.

    Thing is it's only good for a couple of films. After that you're trying to create a story out of nothing, which is why all the Terminator films since Terminator 2 have been shit.
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    Problem with the Terminator franchise is it was based on a staple of horror movie setups, that of "something's coming to get you and you can't stop it". It's used time and time again in various different ways.

    Thing is it's only good for a couple of films. After that you're trying to create a story out of nothing, which is why all the Terminator films since Terminator 2 have been shit.
    Aye. At least the horrors of old used to get better FX with each film tho Some of the CGI in this trailer looks woeful


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    He‘ll be back.
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    Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Five years after the devastating effects of Godzilla, the crypto-zoological agency Monarch must try to understand why a new breed of God sized monsters are looking to destroy civilisation.
    Realistically there is only one thing people want to see from a Godzilla movie, and that is him facing off against other giant monsters. That’s all that matters. That does happen in Godzilla: King of the Monsters yet total fight times cannot be more than fifteen minutes. The film is intent of trying to whet the appetite for when they do finally clash only to cut away from the fight at all opportune moments. Just as Godzilla and Ghidorah start to go at it the film cuts to the humans and spends the next five or so minutes watching them as they watch the fight. No! We want to see the fight! Put it on-screen for us to see! Then when they finally do it seems the filmmakers have a foot fetish because there are so many shots of monster’s feet. More than the actual action at time. This is an action film, give us the action. But the film holds back from doing that to frustrating levels. It is almost as if it is too afraid to show more than a couple of minutes straight of the fighting. Stop trying to make us care about the humans. Nobody is here for the human storylines. Nobody!
    On that note, the humans in this film are all so one dimensional it is laughable. They are all stereotypical, cliched characters that could have been acted by anyone. Large chunks of their dialogue are clunky and poorly written. Occasionally they try to make a joke and it falls flat. They would have been better off simply ad-libbing most of the dialogue. I simply cannot believe that in a two-hour monster movie most of the runtime is given over to the human storylines.
    Here is an analogy I’ll make about this film: At Christmas you buy one of those big selection tubs of chocolate, then through Christmas and New Year you eat all the best ones. By January 2nd or 3rd you are left with the ones you’re not a huge fan of but you’ll eat them because you don’t really want to throw them away. That is what Godzilla: King of the Monsters if like. Not quite bottom of the barrel, more the last pieces that offer just a small euphoric second or two but they aren’t quite as good as the ones that went before it. All just a little bit too dull to care.


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    Burning

    Twenty-something Lee bumps into an old school friend in Hae-Mi while out doing his deliveries. She invites him back to her apartment and asks if he would look after her cat while she goes to Africa for a few weeks. Lee agrees and over the weeks he continues to go to the apartment to feed the cat. The food is eaten but Lee has never seen the cat. He wonders if it ever really exists. When Hae-Mi returns from her trip she brings Ben, a man she met while out in Africa. Ben and Lee sit down to chat and that is when Ben confesses that he has a rather strange habit.
    This is a movie that is better the less you know going in. That above synopsis is just the tip of the iceberg. It is a drama about friends and do we really know each other? What this film does is keeps the viewer guessing as to what Ben’s habit is. You think you know but then something changes your idea and then it might change again. It is a complete guessing game and I wasn’t even close to guessing what his actual habit is. Yet, this film is not only about who Ben really is. It is also a mystery to try and discover who Hae-Mi is as well. This is a woman who has suddenly come back into Lee’s life and he is besotted with her. Yet, there is a stand-off attitude from her even though she has, within minutes of seeing Lee again, asked if he could look after her cat again. It is a very cat & mouse game in some regards.
    The problem the film has is that on a couple of occasions it feels like it is it coming to a really big explosive moment in the storyline and then it backs off. Almost as if it is too afraid to go as dark as it should do. Each one of these characters has something to hide, or so it seems. So why is the film afraid to take the viewer down that rabbit hole? It is a strange decision to make because the film loses energy and mystery because of it. There is still intrigue and curiosity to all three characters but it could have been so much more if the film was let off the leash and allowed to go full tilt.
    When you have a film that is nearly two and half hours and is afraid to go as dark as it should it leads to some of the runtime feeling drawn out and baggy. Burning has these issues. There is a good film lurking in amongst this overlong piece of work. It is just a shame that you have to wade through periods of nothingness to get to the chilling parts.


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    Deadwood: The Movie

    When a much-loved resident of Deadwood is killed, it is left to town Marshall Bullock to track down the killer. While also dealing with the return of property tycoon George Hearst.
    The TV landscape is littered with shows that were cancelled before they could receive a proper ending. Only a handful of shows got to make a movie to tie-up all loose ends. In recent memory, Firefly got a very good send off with the movie Serenity. Now, HBO have paid for the final send-off of a show they so scandalously cancelled in 2006. We return to the inhabitants of the almost lawless town of Deadwood and it is a pleasure to be back in their company again. It is as if we never left, the dialogue is still so raw and rapid from every single character. If you are new to Deadwood then this film is not the place to start, there are a couple of brief recaps, but do not start here as you’ll be terribly confused. This is for everyone who watched it when it was on or came to it afterwards. It is a love letter, a Thank You note to all the fans, and it is wonderful to see the care & attention has gone back into making this film. 99% of the cast have returned and it is never sweeter than in the first few minutes seeing Al Swearengen in his balcony uttering his infamous catchphrase. Swearengen is, without question, the best character in the film because Ian McShane makes him that. You simply love to hate the guy. His no nonsense attitude and his curt responses make for some hilarity and some shocks. Swearengen’s on-going battle with Marshall Bullock continues here. They sort of tolerate each other for the sake of the town. Yet, when George Hearst returns all bets are off and the once law-abiding town steps back into lawlessness.
    There has never been one or two standout performances in Deadwood and the same is said here in the film where everyone continues to bring their A game no matter if the are a main character or a secondary. The storyline wonderfully weaves them all into the near two-hour plot making it seem like they are all indispensable to the story, which they are.
    It is so joyous that creator/writer David Milch got to at least finish off his masterpiece of a TV series in some style. From minute one is was great to see the old gang back together and a huge smile was on my face throughout. The only problem is that it now makes me want another season of this phenomenal show.


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    Godzilla: King of the Monsters

    Five years after the devastating effects of Godzilla, the crypto-zoological agency Monarch must try to understand why a new breed of God sized monsters are looking to destroy civilisation.
    Realistically there is only one thing people want to see from a Godzilla movie, and that is him facing off against other giant monsters. That’s all that matters. That does happen in Godzilla: King of the Monsters yet total fight times cannot be more than fifteen minutes. The film is intent of trying to whet the appetite for when they do finally clash only to cut away from the fight at all opportune moments. Just as Godzilla and Ghidorah start to go at it the film cuts to the humans and spends the next five or so minutes watching them as they watch the fight. No! We want to see the fight! Put it on-screen for us to see! Then when they finally do it seems the filmmakers have a foot fetish because there are so many shots of monster’s feet. More than the actual action at time. This is an action film, give us the action. But the film holds back from doing that to frustrating levels. It is almost as if it is too afraid to show more than a couple of minutes straight of the fighting. Stop trying to make us care about the humans. Nobody is here for the human storylines. Nobody!
    On that note, the humans in this film are all so one dimensional it is laughable. They are all stereotypical, cliched characters that could have been acted by anyone. Large chunks of their dialogue are clunky and poorly written. Occasionally they try to make a joke and it falls flat. They would have been better off simply ad-libbing most of the dialogue. I simply cannot believe that in a two-hour monster movie most of the runtime is given over to the human storylines.
    Here is an analogy I’ll make about this film: At Christmas you buy one of those big selection tubs of chocolate, then through Christmas and New Year you eat all the best ones. By January 2nd or 3rd you are left with the ones you’re not a huge fan of but you’ll eat them because you don’t really want to throw them away. That is what Godzilla: King of the Monsters if like. Not quite bottom of the barrel, more the last pieces that offer just a small euphoric second or two but they aren’t quite as good as the ones that went before it. All just a little bit too dull to care.
    Bit gutted by that.

    I used to thrive on the old 60's & 70's rubber suit films. As you say, was hoping this would be a raging monster Royal Rumble.

    Won't bother with it now. Quick question, is Godzilla the only good-guy? Or is the likes of Mothra on the goodies side too?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-ugginblowupyourbakery View Post
    Bit gutted by that.

    I used to thrive on the old 60's & 70's rubber suit films. As you say, was hoping this would be a raging monster Royal Rumble.

    Won't bother with it now. Quick question, is Godzilla the only good-guy? Or is the likes of Mothra on the goodies side too?
    Mothra is a good guy (monster?).

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    Mothra is a good guy (monster?).

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    Well at least they got that right

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    Ma - A lonely woman in a small town befriends some teenagers buy buying them booze and letting them party in her basement. She starts showing odd behaviour and one of the teenagers is curious. It would spoil it if I said much more. Octavia Spencer is Ma and she is a spine chilling character played perfectly.

    This film was fantastic, you really should see it if you like thrillers, also stars Juliette Lewis. This is not one and a half hours of your life lost. 9/10.

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    The dead don't die - Something odd is happening to the planet. It may have come off it's axis. Animals are scared, electrical equipment not functional except the radio which plays one song. Police are called to a gruesome murder in a diner, this is the beginning of a zombie apocalypse in Centreville USA.
    Sarring Bill Murray, Danny Glover, Tilda Swinton, Tom Waits, Steve Buscemi and Selena Gomez. More importantly though, although only a shor appearance, IGGY POP is a zombie.
    This is classed as comedy-horror. It has moments of wry smile opportunities. 7/10.

    Alf will thrive on this.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceman View Post
    The dead don't die - Something odd is happening to the planet. It may have come off it's axis. Animals are scared, electrical equipment not functional except the radio which plays one song. Police are called to a gruesome murder in a diner, this is the beginning of a zombie apocalypse in Centreville USA.
    Sarring Bill Murray, Danny Glover, Tilda Swinton, Tom Waits, Steve Buscemi and Selena Gomez. More importantly though, although only a shor appearance, IGGY POP is a zombie.
    This is classed as comedy-horror. It has moments of wry smile opportunities. 7/10.

    Alf will thrive on this.
    Like that sound of that Spacey, on the list!


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    Watched Rocketman last night. Great music, excellent acting and direction. Pure rock opera or pop opera. More like Tommy than Bohemian Rhapsody. Just read Elton John's thoughts he said they nailed it, bit like him with his manager plus others. Well worth watching..7.5/10


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    X-Men: Dark Phoenix

    Jean Grey develops incredible powers that corrupt and change her into a Dark Phoenix. The X-Men must decide if it is worth risking the life of a team member to save the Earth.
    When 20th Century Fox released X-Men back in 2000 I don’t think anyone would have predicted that the franchise would last nearly twenty years. There have been highs & lows in terms of the films. Now, with the sale of Fox to Disney, this is the last X-Men movie under the old Fox banner. The problem X-Men films have is bar Logan there is no solo interesting character that can hold an entire film. These films work because it is about the group. Jean Grey is not that much of an interesting character and certainly not one that can hold an entire film together (Just ask Famke Janssen that – re: X-Men: The Last Stand). This film is no different. Sophie Turner plays Grey like some petulant child ignoring their parents at every turn. This is a woman who has been brought up the right way through the Xavier academy and personally by Professor Xavier himself. She knows right from wrong. But suddenly forgets all that in a moment of madness in-order to push the plot of her not knowing if she is good or bad. It is all too easy a plot point. Then the rest of the film is her trying to wrestle with is she a good or bad character. It is all so very basic.
    The rest of the X-Men all look & feel like they couldn’t care less but have nothing better to do on a wet Tuesday night in New York City, so they might as well go and try and save her. Even when Magneto pops up the film barely gets beyond a few small set pieces. The end fight on a train is good, but this is the X-Men franchise – it should be spectacular not just “good”. The audio and visuals of the film are the best thing about it. It looks great and it has thunderous sound design. But what is a film when it comes to saying the best thing about it is the incident music and the occasional visual scene?! It really is looking for a needle in a haystack.
    If this was the first film in the franchise then it would never have gotten a franchise. It is dull and quite inconsequential. I’m sure the filmmakers wanted the X-Men franchise to go out with a bang. Dark Phoenix makes it go out with less than a whimper.


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    Late Night

    Katherine Newbury has been the host of the Tonight show for over a decade. When a new head of the TV network is announced, Katherine suspects she may soon be losing her long-running show.
    This peak behind the curtain of how a talk show is made is one for anyone who has ever been interested in the people behind the person or how a talk show is made five nights a week. It gives a glimpse inside everything that goes on and the high-pressure environment that the host and the writers are constantly under. It is a riveting piece of work in that regard. It has the same sort of beats as Aaron Sorkin’s underrated Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip TV series. It delves into not just the host but also those working underneath her and how they all function especially when Katherine demands that her writers room become more diverse. First-time comedy writer Molly Patel is hired and is thrown into the lion’s den of the writers room on day one. She has to suffer a baptism of fire in a room that is all men and fiercely macho. The film speaks very candidly about diversity in the entertainment business and how it needs to stop being so what male dominated. So, yes, the film does have a central message. That is along side some of the most hilarious moments I’ve seen on-screen this year. This film is an absolute blast from start to finish in comedy terms. Katherine is told she is out of touch with her audience so decides to join Twitter and also to try her hand at viral videos alongside interviewing YouTube stars on her nightly show. These things do not all go as planned for Katherine and it is really funny watching her try and bite her lip when interviewing these YouTubers. This is the type of film that will have you smiling for most of its runtime and then a little bit sad for the rest of it.
    Those emotions are mainly down to a brilliantly written script by comedic actress Mindy Kaling (she also is in the film as Molly Patel) and dynamite performance by Emma Thompson as Katherine Newbury. She is simply brilliant in this. Imagine crossing Simon Cowell with Gordon Ramsey with hug dashes of Cruella De Vil and that is what you get with Thompson’s Katherine. Harsh, brutal yet oh so funny. I could have watched her read the phonebook in this character.
    Late Night is brilliantly on the nose in terms of the politics of the entertainment industry. And just as important it delivers a diversity message. And just as good as that it is so, so funny. This film, for me, is one of the best of the year so far.


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    X-Men: Dark Phoenix

    Jean Grey develops incredible powers that corrupt and change her into a Dark Phoenix. The X-Men must decide if it is worth risking the life of a team member to save the Earth.
    When 20th Century Fox released X-Men back in 2000 I don’t think anyone would have predicted that the franchise would last nearly twenty years. There have been highs & lows in terms of the films. Now, with the sale of Fox to Disney, this is the last X-Men movie under the old Fox banner. The problem X-Men films have is bar Logan there is no solo interesting character that can hold an entire film. These films work because it is about the group. Jean Grey is not that much of an interesting character and certainly not one that can hold an entire film together (Just ask Famke Janssen that – re: X-Men: The Last Stand). This film is no different. Sophie Turner plays Grey like some petulant child ignoring their parents at every turn. This is a woman who has been brought up the right way through the Xavier academy and personally by Professor Xavier himself. She knows right from wrong. But suddenly forgets all that in a moment of madness in-order to push the plot of her not knowing if she is good or bad. It is all too easy a plot point. Then the rest of the film is her trying to wrestle with is she a good or bad character. It is all so very basic.
    The rest of the X-Men all look & feel like they couldn’t care less but have nothing better to do on a wet Tuesday night in New York City, so they might as well go and try and save her. Even when Magneto pops up the film barely gets beyond a few small set pieces. The end fight on a train is good, but this is the X-Men franchise – it should be spectacular not just “good”. The audio and visuals of the film are the best thing about it. It looks great and it has thunderous sound design. But what is a film when it comes to saying the best thing about it is the incident music and the occasional visual scene?! It really is looking for a needle in a haystack.
    If this was the first film in the franchise then it would never have gotten a franchise. It is dull and quite inconsequential. I’m sure the filmmakers wanted the X-Men franchise to go out with a bang. Dark Phoenix makes it go out with less than a whimper.
    Which would you say are your top 3 X-Men movies FBS?


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    1. Logan
    2. Deadpool (it’s an X-Men film, fight me)
    3. Days of Future Past


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-ugginblowupyourbakery View Post
    Which would you say are your top 3 X-Men movies FBS?
    Days of Futures Past
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    Superhero films are shite.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceman View Post
    Superhero films are shite.
    Tbh, I'd say the majority of them are now. Esp since every scene got rammed full of jokes. But the ones which are good just get me buzzing.

    These two scnes always have me thriving my super-flaps off..........






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    Hotel Mumbai - Wow.the true story of a 2008 Mumbai attack where a group of terrorist attacks that took place in November when 10 members of Lashkar-e-Taiba, an Islamic terrorist organisation based in Pakistan, carried out a series of 12 coordinated shooting and bombing attacks
    lasting four days across Mumbai. The majority of the film takes place in the Taj Mahal Palace hotel where the young terrorists shot anyone under the guidance of the organiser based in Pakistan over a number of phone calls demading they kill everyone in Allahs name. This is an intense film you can't blink. It is harrowing, devastating but very well made. Dev Patel is 'famous actor' but all were excellent. I went to the hotel at Christmas and the showed us key areas so seeing it on screen was fascinating. 100% worth watching, 8.5/10


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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf-ugginblowupyourbakery View Post
    Tbh, I'd say the majority of them are now. Esp since every scene got rammed full of jokes. But the ones which are good just get me buzzing.

    These two scnes always have me thriving my super-flaps off..........



    Definitely agree on Christopher Reeve fims. I was whippersnapper then..My best man is a Toby McGuire doppleganger so watching him getting a bit of Kirsten Dunce was amusing in Spiderman.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Spaceman View Post
    Definitely agree on Christopher Reeve fims. I was whippersnapper then..My best man is a Toby McGuire doppleganger so watching him getting a bit of Kirsten Dunce was amusing in Spiderman.
    Think it says a lot for Reeves how he wore the daftest, cheesiest superhero outfits going, with red pants on the outside & the lot, yet still comes across as THE embodiment of Superman

    Robert Downey is great with dialogue, Chris Evans comes closest to Reeve in terms of adding a bit of weight to stuff, but Reeve just absolute rams it home such is the conviction of his character.


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    London has fallen - Arab terrorist launches attack on London whilst all the World leaders are attending the late Pm's funeral. Attack is carried out to the max, death, car chases, bombs, helicopter crashes and so on but.......Here comes one American, get a cauldron chuck in John Rambo, John McLane, John Matrix, Anyone else called John but not John Barrowman. A smidge of Kurt Russel, Mel Gibson and you may be close. He takes control of the whole thing, SAS not needed now. He has to protect the president. The deputy president looks like a tall cotton bud but did spend time in prison years ago with Andy Defresne, Red is now deputy Pres. So who is this one man army? 'WE ARE SPARTA' King Leonadis has a new job.

    So many one liners SAS SGT: There’s more than a hundred terrorists in there!
    Gerard Butler: Yeah? Well, they should’ve brought more men.

    Gerard Butler on radio to terrorists : You better pack your stuff up and get back to Fuckistan.

    So this film was so shit it has to be watched. I think it is netflix. 2/10

    Alf get your thriving pants on.

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