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PunkNinja

Bring The Good Times Home
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Jan 3, 2013
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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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TheCollector86

it wasn't me!
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Apr 14, 2012
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Earth
I wouldn't worry... you're not missing much. Both are Netflix Original films, 6 Underground being directed by Michael Bay and is absolutely terrible - Ryan Reynolds stars and plays the same character he does in every film. Space Sweepers has literally only just come out... it's a Korean space opera and therefore pretty bonkers lol, but in a fun way. Kinda long though and therefore gets a bit tiresome after a while IMO.
I remember watching that 6 Underground but can't remember much about it :whistle: So yeah I didn't rate it highly either :rofl::whistle:
i enjoyed 6 Underground
 
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60's/70's Assassinations and political paranoia..

Judas and the Black Messiah - 3/5 - FBI informant infiltrates Black Panthers. An interesting story with much potential but this fell well short - didnt create tension or get under the skin of the characters for me.

(Malcolm) X - 5/5 - Much more like it. Powerhouse performance from Washington, Spike Lees best film? Nails it.

JFK 5/5 - Military industrial complex bares its teeth. Pesci's wig, Magic bullets, Costners closing speech... Incidental -Oliver Stone has produced a follow up documentary following release of new 'evidence' premiering at Cannes...
 
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Lollard2002

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Sep 19, 2012
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Belfast
A bit late than never with my viewing I did for February.

I enjoyed "A Quiet Place but I did have a few problems with it

Is the kid at the beginning of the film the most stupid kid in history, the fact the dad as an electronic genius was just a bit to pat
and also the monsters were not consistent. Why did they kill one minute and then disappear with someone the next. Didn't make sense.
I thought they just killed any sound they heard. Those points could have been better and spoiled an otherwise good film.



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Forbidden Planet 3rd March 1956 blu-ray 5
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Oct 9, 2019
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60's/70's Assassinations and political paranoia..

Judas and the Black Messiah - 3/5 - FBI informant infiltrates Black Panthers. An interesting story with much potential but this fell well short - didnt create tension or get under the skin of the characters for me.

(Malcolm) X - 5/5 - Much more like it. Powerhouse performance from Washington, Spike Lees best film? Nails it.

JFK 5/5 - Military industrial complex bares its teeth. Pesci's wig, Magic bullets, Costners closing speech... Incidental -Oliver Stone has produced a follow up documentary following release of new 'evidence' premiering at Cannes...
Do you know/did you watch these ones?
The Secret (IT/FR)1974, Target(USA) 1985

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