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Offline Tim_A Reading strictly murder by Lynda Wilcox
03 May 2014, 10:01 PM | Post: #31

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RE: Can you recommend me some films?

Seriously? I walked out of Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, I thought it was so bad. (only film I've done that to since forever)

The Underworld box set is somewhere in my "to watch" pile...
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17 Jun 2014, 08:31 AM | Post: #32

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i would like you to watch this film The 3 idiots
the film is very simple but educative . its romantic comedy drama film
i laugh cry . and got motivated when i watch this film .. Big Grin

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RE: Can you recommend me some films?

(03 May 2014 10:01 PM)Tim_A Wrote: Wrote:  Seriously? I walked out of Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, I thought it was so bad. (only film I've done that to since forever)

The Underworld box set is somewhere in my "to watch" pile...

I enjoyed it because it was a different take on vampires. It does get better as it goes on. Like all of these its hokum but fun.
I've watched Underworld a few times and again it's a twist on vampires/wwolves. Kate Bekinsale, Michael Sheen and Bill Nighy
are good and add quality to the acting.
Didn't like the 4th as much as the first two, third was okay. It's probably getting a bit long in the tooth now.
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18 Jun 2014, 05:13 AM | Post: #34

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RE: Can you recommend me some films?

(03 May 2014 10:01 PM)Tim_A Wrote: Wrote:  Seriously? I walked out of Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, I thought it was so bad. (only film I've done that to since forever)

The Underworld box set is somewhere in my "to watch" pile...




I read that too quickly and thought it said "Andrew Lincoln, Vampire Hunter". He is way too busy with zombies to worry about vampires!
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Offline Ken Magee Reading Leaving Berlin by Joseph Kanon
04 Nov 2014, 12:47 PM | Post: #36

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RE: Can you recommend me some films?

Some interesting recommendations. I'm off to try Scanner Darkly and moonrise Kingdom.
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12 Mar 2015, 08:12 AM | Post: #37

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08 Mar 2016, 08:32 PM | Post: #38

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RE: Can you recommend me some films?

Some great films here!

If you want to go old school, then Stand By Me and The Lost Boys are two of my fave films from the 80s (but I'm guessing you might have seen those).

Recent films - Wolf of Wall Street, American Hustle and Ex Machina. I also saw a Keanu Reeves film the other night called John Wick, which I know I shouldn't have liked but I really did!

If you're going down the comedy route then films I can watch over and over again would be Super Bad and Old School.
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RE: Can you recommend me some films?

(08 Mar 2016 08:32 PM)SteveScaffardi Wrote: Wrote:  Some great films here!

If you want to go old school, then Stand By Me and The Lost Boys are two of my fave films from the 80s (but I'm guessing you might have seen those).

Recent films - Wolf of Wall Street, American Hustle and Ex Machina. I also saw a Keanu Reeves film the other night called John Wick, which I know I shouldn't have liked but I really did!

If you're going down the comedy route then films I can watch over and over again would be Super Bad and Old School.
I see you've got two Jonah Hill films in there. Here's another one... Moneyball. As a non-US guy, I don't know much about baseball so I'm not generally a fan of movies which have that game at their hearts. This one is different... it's well worth a look, particularly if you liked Jonah in The Wolf of Wall Street.
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Recently, I have watched Fozen. I think it is a very nice movie.
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