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Noodles

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The first of these invisible films has gotten a Blu-Ray release, but I don`t know if its good. Reviews are not bad with 6.2 on imdb
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Well the most recent one currently stands at 7.3 on IMDb and I've seen nothing but praise for it from friends and on social media... personally I found it to be nothing special and highly overrated.

I think the original from 1933 will be more up my street. Had it on blu for ages but still haven't gotten around to watching it... same goes for all the Universal Classic Monsters films actually.
 
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Well the most recent one currently stands at 7.3 on IMDb and I've seen nothing but praise for it from friends and on social media... personally I found it to be nothing special and highly overrated.

I think the original from 1933 will be more up my street. Had it on blu for ages but still haven't gotten around to watching it... same goes for all the Universal Classic Monsters films actually.
Another one - ok I didn`t know. I`ve seen that there`s also a series with the same name from 1975. Very trashy I think
 
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Countdown (2019)
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I liked it, altough I think Kristy is the better take on the App-thing. Slightly better than Ratter, that also wasn`t bad at all I think. 7/10
 

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The Gentlemen (2019)
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Thoroughly enjoyed it! Ritchie back to his old self of delivering a stylish, entertaining, gripping and funny gangster film. Hugh Grant was fantastic, and although I usually can't stand Charlie Hunnam's "acting", he was fairly decent here.
 
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The Joker

Finally had the chance to catch this film. The first takeaway I had as I watched it was that it is possibly the most somber film I've watched. At the same time, Phoenix was riveting every time he was on screen. I enjoyed the pace of the film, and was taken aback by a couple events I won't mention being a no spoilers guy. I will definitely be watching this again a few times if for no other reason than to see one of the greatest acting performances I've ever witnessed.
 

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Lollard2002

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Panic in the Streets 12th June 1950
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Outbreak 10th March 1995
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The Omega Man 26th November 1971
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The Seventh Seal 16th February 1957
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The Last Man on Earth 31st December 1963
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the Andromeda Strain 17th March 1971
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The Satan Bug 1st January 1965
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I Bought A Vampire Motorcycle (1990)
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B-movie trash pure, including the exorcism of the possessed Motorcycle :LOL::rofl:
Probably the idea giver for The Blood Drive series from 2017.
 

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Good month for you then?
Pretty **** yep!. . Watching films is the only thing that cheers me up right now. to be fair I've watched a lot more films that that over the past few weeks. We list the rest at the weekend.
 
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Lollard2002

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The Blue Lamp 20th February 1960

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This is a classic film of life in the London police force and introduced the classic policeman George Dixon.
While some of the dialogue and attitudes may be strange to modern audiences, after all it is a microcosm
of life back then it can give the viewer unintended humour...
There is a scene where a wee girl is quizzed because she found the gun that killed George Dixon. When the police man asks her do you know what a murderer is she replies "Someone wat get hung!"

Crack in the World 24th February 1965

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This is about a love triangle between A professor (Diana Andrews) his wife and a young student.
The professors marriage is in trouble because he can no longer get it up. Oh and there is a subplot
about Dana Andrews and his team drilling for magma in the earth's core and they mess up by
causing a crack in the earth..... And they have only hours to save the planet. Enjoyable if you switch
your brain cells off for a 90 minutes........
 
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Rough Night in Jericho (1967)
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I like this kind of Westerns and Dean Martin plays the gambling guy again like in the Ocean's Eleven Movie from 1960 (from which I never knew that it exists, although I watched the remake with George Clooney from 2001 x-times)

Stunning landscapes landscape/night scenes and a well staged showdown between Vlad (Dean Martin) and Dolan(George Peppard) make this atmospheric movie worth a watch I think.
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

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Hey man, what can I say other than I found this film to be brilliantly written, directed, and acted. Another Tarantino instant classic I'm happy to have in steel. Will be watching this a few times I'm sure. Love it, man.
 
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