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Thread: What you watched last good or bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redebreck View Post
    where?
    Amazon prime, and there's a dvd, and it's probably online somewhere

    probably not a 10/10 but it's gerrard and liverpool, how can you not love it?

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    Just finished watching The Boys. Well worth a watch and lots of scope for a second series.
    If you're into slightly childish inbetweeners style comedy then Young Offenders is a good watch.....Very strong Irish Accents though so some may need subtitles
    ........and then one day you find, ten years have got behind you no-one told you when to run, you missed the starting gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianlfc View Post
    The Irishman, Bloody brilliant. The acting was unreal and a brilliant story.
    I loved it as its very like Goodfellas which is my favourite film.
    I thought it was okay. Good acting as you'd expect with a stellar cast.
    I just think the Hoffa theme made it drag a bit.
    Dont think I'd watch it again which is why its not a Scorcese classic for me.

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    Series 4 of The Expanse was released today on Amazon, so I'll be blasting through that over the weekend no doubt.

    Off to see Jumanji: The Next Level tomorrow evening too.

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    Rise of Skywalker. Without giving anything away, it's a return to form for those people that liked Ja Ja Binks and Attack of the Clones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teesred View Post
    I thought it was okay. Good acting as you'd expect with a stellar cast.
    I just think the Hoffa theme made it drag a bit.
    Dont think I'd watch it again which is why its not a Scorcese classic for me.
    Agree with that.
    I found it boring to be honest.
    Script dull.
    And the younger de niro was difficult to make him look younger.

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    Series please

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    Quote Originally Posted by LFC vs PFC View Post
    Rise of Skywalker. Without giving anything away, it's a return to form for those people that liked Ja Ja Binks and Attack of the Clones.
    So it's shit then?

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    I saw it and got out of the theatre not feeling too bad honestly. It wasn't a great film and it has a huge number of issues, but it at least tries to fix some of the idiocy of The Last Jedi and has a few genuinely cool moments that a lore nerd might kind of like. Furthermore, there's genuine emotion at times.

    It's not a great film, but it's better than 8 and I will probably watch it again at some point.
    Etiamsi omnes, ego non

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    Speaking of Rian Johnson - Knives Out is a genuinely engaging film. Rian is clearly a "capable" film-maker if we judge off Knives Out, yet Last Jedi was utter garbage.

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