What film have you just watched?

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Game Night, a fairly straightforward comedy with some twists.

We saw it originally in the cinema after seeing the trailer and took a chance on the trailer not having all the funny bits in it. Good call as it happens and seeing it the second time it was still funny.
 
Don't know if this has been highlighted yet, but I really fancy some of this. Loads of Su24 porn.

 
"I mean, I'm smilin' but I am very fookin' furious."

'I'm going to have to report this conversation. Threatening to do harm or obstruct any member of the Presidium in the process of...

[grins]

' Look at your fooking face!'

'Jesus Christ, did Coco Chanel take a shit on your head?'

'Everybody happy? Proper dead? Fook off back to Georgia, dead boy!'
 

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Venom on 47.
Slow start but picked up, quite enjoyed it.
4.5 eaten bad guys out of 5.
 

Chef

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' Fook me - Georgi's eyes really DO follow you round the crapper....weird! '
Watched it last night, deffo a black comedy. Well worth the time.
 
Betaal, on Netflix, a corrupt businessman bribes a military unit to clear a rebel village in the way of a road being built.
Reopening a blocked tunnel releases zombie East India Company soldiers who proceed to kill most of the unit before taking over India with the aid of a zombie Royal Navy.

Pure anti British hokum, but some good lines, especially when the hero uses an old cannon filled with nails and, oddly, turmeric, to wipe out a zombie squad with a cry of " Try this for a hard Brexit!"
 
The Operation Mincemeat trailer....

Spoiler IMHO …








… the Blue Orchid’s face is too young for both his rank and, more importantly, his moustache … his features do not fit the era. Shame, as it is otherwise a reasonable fillum.
 

Bad Smell

Old-Salt
Dead Snow.

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Horny Norwegian students on ski holiday in remote cabin find treasure and attacked by Nazi zombies.

Cue lots of blood and guts, snow, a snow-ski and a chainsaw. English subtitles, mindless entertainment and no brain cells required.
 
6 Underground.
A billionaire (Ryan Reynolds) collects a group of people with specialist skill sets to 'Kill all the evil Motherfeckers in the world"
A lack of the 6P's means it doesn't always go to plan, pistols with 35 rounds, some dreadful continuity errors, and a shocking script...however the stunt sequences and action scenes (plenty of both) mean it's worth a watch. I'll give another go as the stunts come thick and fast and fill the screen, so I probably missed some. I did notice in the climatic sequence that after yet another explosion a gun was propelled across the room and caught a baddie square on the side of his head.
I've no idea what their "action" budget was, but they must have spent every last penny and then some of it. And the ex CIA spook is very easy on the eye...
 
6 Underground.
A billionaire (Ryan Reynolds) collects a group of people with specialist skill sets to 'Kill all the evil Motherfeckers in the world"
A lack of the 6P's means it doesn't always go to plan, pistols with 35 rounds, some dreadful continuity errors, and a shocking script...however the stunt sequences and action scenes (plenty of both) mean it's worth a watch. I'll give another go as the stunts come thick and fast and fill the screen, so I probably missed some. I did notice in the climatic sequence that after yet another explosion a gun was propelled across the room and caught a baddie square on the side of his head.
I've no idea what their "action" budget was, but they must have spent every last penny and then some of it. And the ex CIA spook is very easy on the eye...
PS just looked, it’s a Netflix original and the budget was a stonking $150m. Bloody hell.
 

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