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PunkNinja

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Use the Ninjas for rating (copy and paste)

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1 Ninja = Poor
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2 Ninjas = Ok
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3 Ninjas = Good
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4 Ninjas = Very Good
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5 Ninjas = Excellent
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Lollard2002

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Not much viewing in November.


The Face of Fu Manchu 6th August 1965 blu-ray 4.5
The Brides of Fu Manchu 2nd September 1966 blu-ray 4.5
Deep Star Six 13th January 1989 blu-ray 4
Curse of the Undead May 12th 1959 blu-ray 4
The Vengeance of Fu Manchu 25th May 1967 3.5 blu-ray
The Blood of Fu Manchu 30th August 1968 1.5 blu-ray
The Castle of Fu Manchu 1972 2 blu-ray
Leviathan March 17th 1989 3 blu-ray
The Monster and the Girl: 28th February 1941 blu-ray 4
Captive Wild Woman June 4th 1943 blu-ray 3
Jungle Woman June 1st 1944 blu-ray 3
Jungle Captive June 29th 1945 blu-ray 4
The Invisible Ray January 20th 1936 blu-ray 3.5
Black Friday April 12th 1940 blu-ray 4
An American Werewolf in London 21st August 1981 4k Ultra blu-ray 5
The Black Castle November 20th 1952 blu-ray 4
Cult of the Cobra May 30th 1955 blu-ray 4
The Thing that Couldn’t Die June 27th 1958 blu-ray 4
The Shadow of the Cat June 7th 1961 blu-ray 5
 
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Lollard2002

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Don't let me put you off... lots of other people enjoyed it. Plus there's a good chance I might grow to like it after multiple viewings, since my main issue was being unable to follow/understand it :confused: lol.
I tend to find if a movie is hard to follow or watch it's because the director didn't fully work on the film to the degree it was needed.
 

Robles

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Sudden Death (1995)

Along with Arnie, Vam Damme was one of those actors that regardless of how cheesy the film was I always kind of enjoyed them :D :thumbs:
Really hoping that this gets the 88-film treatment that a lot of his films are getting at the moment :thumbs:

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Noodles

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I tend to find if a movie is hard to follow or watch it's because the director didn't fully work on the film to the degree it was needed.
Tbf a lot of it went over my head and I eventually just gave up trying to follow it, but as Flloydo said in the steelbook thread... Nolan has become so pretentious with his work. And something else someone else mentioned in the steelbook thread... there are some really obvious continuity errors and certain scenes just suddenly jump from one to the next which felt really jarring IMO.
 
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Lollard2002

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Tbf a lot of it went over my head and I eventually just gave up trying to follow it, but as Flloydo said in the steelbook thread... Nolan has become so pretentious with his work. And something else someone else mentioned in the steelbook thread... there are some really obvious continuity errors and certain scenes just suddenly jump from one to the next which felt really jarring IMO.
I will admit there are very few of Nolan's films I like
 

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Tokyo Drifter (1966)
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Been looking forward to checking this out for a while, but ended up being severely disappointed... the editing was so chaotic that it made it very difficult to follow IMO.