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    Thoughts?

    Personally I think Lucky Number Slevin doesn't get the credit it deserves. GOAT film.

    Sicario is new one too. Thought it was one of the films of the year but hasn't got the expected buzz.
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    Loved Children of Men and it seemed to disappear really quick.

    An oldie but "The Cube" was also a pretty awesome film.
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    (Original post by Neostigmine)

    An oldie but "The Cube" was also a pretty awesome film.
    I agree, although the 2nd one was absolute s***

    I would say City of Ember, such a fun film for all the family but got mediocre ratings
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    (Original post by eternaforest)
    I agree, although the 2nd one was absolute s***

    I would say City of Ember, such a fun film for all the family but got mediocre ratings
    3rd one was even worse mate.

    Nightmare on Elm Street 4; Dream Child is one of my all time favourites. One of my favourite horrors by far.
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    In Bruges is one. Not many people know about it but it's a hilarious film and worth a watch.
    Also, Mud is a fantastic film.
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    (Original post by Sae.HH)
    3rd one was even worse mate.

    Nightmare on Elm Street 4; Dream Child is one of my all time favourites. One of my favourite horrors by far.
    I didn't even know there was a 3rd one.I can't imagine how bad it is.

    I don't remember many of the nightmare on elm streets, the first one was good though
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    (Original post by eternaforest)
    I didn't even know there was a 3rd one.I can't imagine how bad it is.

    I don't remember many of the nightmare on elm streets, the first one was good though
    It's called Cube Zero and it's sooo bad. Mate watch the 3rd and 4th Nightmare on Elm Streets, those are the peak. I kinda wish I lived in 80s America, seemed so cool
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    (Original post by Neostigmine)
    Loved Children of Men and it seemed to disappear really quick.

    An oldie but "The Cube" was also a pretty awesome film.
    Is that the sci fi/horror one? A scene I remember, where a man get dissected by a rapid metal mesh like thing?
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    The girl with the dragon tattoo and I robot
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    (Original post by kandykissesxox)
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    Millennium Trilogy series was brilliant, haven't seen the movie but if it's anything like the book it must be very good.
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    (Original post by eternaforest)
    I agree, although the 2nd one was absolute s***

    I would say City of Ember, such a fun film for all the family but got mediocre ratings
    Totally agree. The 2nd one was awful.

    (Original post by MountKimbie)
    Is that the sci fi/horror one? A scene I remember, where a man get dissected by a rapid metal mesh like thing?
    Yep. Into a million little meat pieces. Gross!!
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    (Original post by Sae.HH)
    Millennium Trilogy series was brilliant, haven't seen the movie but if it's anything like the book it must be very good.
    I want to start reading the books
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    Watchmen!

    Probably hands down one of the best superhero movies of all times!

    Zach snyder deserves WAY more credit
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    (Original post by kandykissesxox)
    I want to start reading the books
    I am the book master, I nerd novels so hard, if you ever want any recommend, especially in the fiction category I'm your man.

    I'd also recommend The Martian. Movie was good but the novel was something else!
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    (Original post by Sae.HH)
    I am the book master, I nerd novels so hard, if you ever want any recommend, especially in the fiction category I'm your man.

    I'd also recommend The Martian. Movie was good but the novel was something else!
    Ugh I used to be a bookworm myself, I would practically engross myself in every book within my reach I've strayed from that path and I'm so addicted to TV shows and movies or revision that I can never spare a good half an hour to read.

    I want to read LOTR/GOT series at some point but it will take a lot of time because the books are ridiculously long.


    Plus, I loved watching the Martian and both interstellar (Martian was slightly better)
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    History of The world Part 1 is a comedy movie that no one seems to have heard of but I thought it was hilarious and one of Mel Brooks classics.

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    (Original post by kandykissesxox)
    Ugh I used to be a bookworm myself, I would practically engross myself in every book within my reach I've strayed from that path and I'm so addicted to TV shows and movies or revision that I can never spare a good half an hour to read.

    I want to read LOTR/GOT series at some point but it will take a lot of time because the books are ridiculously long.


    Plus, I loved watching the Martian and both interstellar (Martian was slightly better)
    Oops forgot to reply.

    LOTR GOAT, don't judge me but I read LOTR every summer for like 5 years straight, it's seriously good.

    Yeah I preferred Martian too, I was actually depressed when I looked into actual spaceships and realised the interiors are nowhere near as aesthetically pleasing Everything's a mess.
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    Not many people has seen The Prestige. Not exactly underrated by critics but if you have not seen it it is a must watch. Brilliant film
    and Christopher Nolan does an amazing job.

    One of the best films ever.
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    I don't know a lot of people who have seen some of the best British films in recent years: Fish Tank in particular.
 
 
 
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