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    Going to see The Heat tonight. Have a feeling it's going to be one of those ones that I want to like more than I actually will.
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    (Original post by SweatyGoldfish)
    Just watched The World's End, it was actually very funny. Great film, might even be the best of the trilogy.
    You don't say :beard: I might make a trip to see it tomorrow.
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    Blancanieves is the best film I've seen this year so far.
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    (Original post by aja89)
    Going to see The Heat tonight. Have a feeling it's going to be one of those ones that I want to like more than I actually will.
    I've seen trailers in German for it, doesn't look that funny tbh. Also I really don't like Melissa McCarthy. I don't find her amusing at all.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    I've seen trailers in German for it, doesn't look that funny tbh. Also I really don't like Melissa McCarthy. I don't find her amusing at all.
    Well I love Bridesmaids and I love Miss Congeniality, and this seems to be a mixture if the two! Plus, I'll admit, the trailer made me chuckle.
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    (Original post by aja89)
    Well I love Bridesmaids and I love Miss Congeniality, and this seems to be a mixture if the two! Plus, I'll admit, the trailer made me chuckle.
    Argh cant stand her. So loud and obnoxious.

    God she was annoying in Identity Thief.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    Argh cant stand her. So loud and obnoxious.

    God she was annoying in Identity Thief.
    Being fat and loud does not mean you are funny.

    She annoys the ****ing life out of me.
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    (Original post by Plato's Trousers)
    Blancanieves is the best film I've seen this year so far.
    Heya, have you seen A Field in England yet? I thought it was quite similar to Berberian Sound Studio thematically speaking (and in terms of the general approach of storytelling/filmmaking), though there were of course differences in style and tone. I remember coming out of the cinema and thinking 'Huh, Plato's Trousers might enjoy that film, I wonder what he'll think of it.' :p:
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    Back from seeing The Heat! Pretty much what I expected.

    http://ohthatfilmblog.wordpress.com/...s-bridesmaids/
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    Been looking at the in-flight entertainment for my holiday, got a few good films to watch!

    The Place Beyond The Pines
    Rear Window
    Snatch
    Iron Man 3

    Should hopefully cover the 8 hours!
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    Rear Window is an amazing film.
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    (Original post by Abiraleft)
    I watched The Act of Killing today.

    It's absolutely astonishing.
    Yes, I'd agree with that. Very powerful.

    (Original post by Abiraleft)
    Heya, have you seen A Field in England yet? I thought it was quite similar to Berberian Sound Studio thematically speaking (and in terms of the general approach of storytelling/filmmaking), though there were of course differences in style and tone. I remember coming out of the cinema and thinking 'Huh, Plato's Trousers might enjoy that film, I wonder what he'll think of it.' :p:
    I have, but I was disappointed. In fact I left before the end as I was so bored. Just seemed like a load of incoherent, drug induced rambling to me. Couldn't see the point at all.

    I like some of his other films (Down Terrace was excellent), but he's a terribly patchy director.


    (Original post by danny111)
    Rear Window is an amazing film.
    It certainly is. And Grace Kelly was the most beautiful woman who ever walked this earth.
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    I'm going to see The Conjuring tomorrow. I hope it does actually live up to the title of Scariest Movie of 2013.
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    (Original post by Decerto)
    I'm going to see The Conjuring tomorrow. I hope it does actually live up to the title of Scariest Movie of 2013.
    I don't like scary movie, they're too scary.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    I don't like scary movie, they're too scary.
    What sort of movies do you like then?
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    (Original post by Decerto)
    What sort of movies do you like then?
    Most, just not too scary ones. I love silly romcoms when I'm in the mood, or just plain action films (although recently I started to lose interest in those if the story is just ****, e.g. latest Die Hard). I guess if I had to choose a favourite genre it would be spy/conspiracy movies (three days of the condor, spy game).
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    (Original post by danny111)
    Most, just not too scary ones. I love silly romcoms when I'm in the mood, or just plain action films (although recently I started to lose interest in those if the story is just ****, e.g. latest Die Hard). I guess if I had to choose a favourite genre it would be spy/conspiracy movies (three days of the condor, spy game).
    That's nice. I like most movie genres, just not ones that are about just romance.
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    (Original post by Decerto)
    That's nice. I like most movie genres, just not ones that are about just romance.
    Yes, just romance is bad. E.g. PS I Love You, hated that. But stuff where there is comedy in it and/or the film is beautiful (e.g. Definitely, Maybe with Ryan Reynolds is brilliant) I do like.
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    (Original post by danny111)
    Yes, just romance is bad. E.g. PS I Love You, hated that. But stuff where there is comedy in it and/or the film is beautiful (e.g. Definitely, Maybe with Ryan Reynolds is brilliant) I do like.
    I can bear romance if it is mixed with other genres, like you said. What films are you hoping to see soon?
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    (Original post by Decerto)
    I can bear romance if it is mixed with other genres, like you said. What films are you hoping to see soon?
    Hm, quite a few haven't seen too many that were out, live in Switzerland but not at uni anymore so it's hard to find people to go cinema with (too expensive here to go on your own imo). Really wanna see Star Trek and White House Down - my brother really recommended this, Kick Ass 2, The East - love Ellen Page - and Red 2).

    Might be a few that I can't think of but those are on my mind at the moment.
 
 
 
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