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Old 10-01-22, 01:38   #39731
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I watched it yesterday! It's so beautiful!!!
Right! I think I am going to watch it again. The attention to detail in the movie was soooo beautiful.
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Old 11-01-22, 01:06   #39732
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The Terminal, Tom Hanks, Catherine Zeta Jones and Stanley Tucci. It was a bit slow around the middle, but it's a very good movie, with some very touching moments.
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Old 11-01-22, 07:29   #39733
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Batman Forever

Ah yes, the Schumacher Era...a era that i seem to get more and more fond as the years go by.

Incredible campy, pretty cheesy...but i always see it as a try to mix the old batman era with the new to create something goofy but entertaining.

Therefore i do enjoy these Batman movies quite a lot.
Of course i still would love to see Schumachers slightly darker version of the movie that sits somewhere in the WB studios.

Also, Nicole Kidman in her prime
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Old 13-01-22, 02:08   #39734
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The King's Man, Ralph Fiennes, Charles Dance, Gemma Arterton and Rhys Ifans. My son and I went to see it for his birthday treat. It's very good. Acting was spot on, and there was a nice use of historical figures and historical events (re-imagined) involved with the story, which made it feel authentic if that makes sense. My son reckoned there was more violence in this one than the previous films, which is odd as there's plenty of violence in all of them. Maybe it's because this one felt a bit grittier. The fight choreography was excellent as was the cinematography.

If you see it, wait for the mid credit scene. My son walked out of the auditorium too soon and missed it.

The Hobbit, Ian McKellen, Martin Freeman. I liked it. Very entertaining. I'll watch the second one, though I don't know how I'm going to watch the third, Netflix only has the two, so far.
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Old 17-01-22, 19:33   #39735
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SCREAM 5

I donít care that itís just SCREAM, Iím calling it SCREAM 5..

And it was amazing!! Totally made for the fans and also with lots of love for Wes Craven. Wow. What a fantastic movie and amazing ďWhodunnit?!Ē

9/10. Iím a bit biased as Iím a huge fan of the franchise but man, it was so good. Iím going to see it again tonight.
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Old 17-01-22, 20:07   #39736
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SCREAM 5

I donít care that itís just SCREAM, Iím calling it SCREAM 5..

And it was amazing!! Totally made for the fans and also with lots of love for Wes Craven. Wow. What a fantastic movie and amazing ďWhodunnit?!Ē

9/10. Iím a bit biased as Iím a huge fan of the franchise but man, it was so good. Iím going to see it again tonight.
Ah I'm planning to see it this weekend. I'm so excited.

I heard from people saying it's the best sequel since Scream 2. I for one really enjoyed Scream 4, it's super underrated.
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Old 17-01-22, 20:44   #39737
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Ah I'm planning to see it this weekend. I'm so excited.

I heard from people saying it's the best sequel since Scream 2. I for one really enjoyed Scream 4, it's super underrated.
I hope you enjoy it!! I would definitely agree itís the best sequel since 2! As a massive fan it hit all the right spots and just killed it for me. You smile, you laugh, you jump, you scream. The kills are plentiful and interesting, one in particular I loved and might be one of my favorites from this franchise.

I enjoyed 4 for what it was, but I think Iím jaded with it because I just canít stand Emma Roberts
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Old 18-01-22, 19:38   #39738
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Starring to watch all the Season Series, Episodes on Netflix of Lucifer.

There are six (6) Seasons of the show.
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Old 19-01-22, 00:36   #39739
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It turns out the third Hobbit film is on Netflix after all. The Hobbit, The Desolation of Smaug, and The Hobbit, The Battle of Five Armies. Enjoyed these as much as the first.
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This might be the first time I read appreciation for The Hobbit sequels.
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