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Re: What movie have you watched recently?
« Reply #675 on: October 22, 2022, 07:52:17 AM »
Watched it the day before, gratuitous violence at its best.

Yep, got a bit of a Tarantino feel to it..
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Re: What movie have you watched recently?
« Reply #676 on: October 26, 2022, 10:22:59 AM »
The cars that ate Paris.... strange ... very strange.. but I love old aussie movies.
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Re: What movie have you watched recently?
« Reply #677 on: January 02, 2023, 07:30:47 AM »
3 over the last week

Apocalype Now Redux, which we taped a few weeks ago. With extra scenes & segments, it's now up to just on 3.5 hours long & I really don't know why they bothered ??? It's probably 30 years since I saw the original & all the extra 1.5 hours do is make it even weirder & less sensible than that was! :'( ::)

Operation Seawolf was a Christmas present. Not sure if it's good enough to make it from a C up to a B movie! ::) Obviously all done on the (very) cheap - the producers are also listed as supplying props, costumes & vehicles! - even to the extent of not having subtitles on a brand new (2022) DVD! ::) :'( Some massive plot / production holes, especially if you know anything at all about military / Navy / submarines.

Bullet Train comes across sort of like a filmed Japanese comic book. Fairly violent & bloodthirsty, even though most of it done in a comedy sort of way, all mixed in with a dozen different plot twists! All in all, actually watchable! :D