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17 February 2017 02:48 Post ID: #1682474 - in reply to #1682392
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lewis1980 - 17/2/2017 01:51

Stephen Jay Hawkings - 10/2/2017 18:19

Arrival seems to be a polarising film I see.

Did you naysayers just find it boring or what's the reason? I don't see how it's pretentious.



It's a poor attempt at being clever - i took it to be a big pile of propaganda about working together with a smudge of philosophising about linguistic relativity.

It's just slow with a lot of vacant staring.

But i've said it before - vacant staring wins oscar nominations


I loved it. I'm going to watch it again soon.

I thought the vacant staring was important to set a tone for the film that is a world apart from the non-stop action of the superhero films.

Each to their own I guess.
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17 February 2017 18:45 Post ID: #1682555 - in reply to #240861
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Nocturnal Animals

I thought it was very good, and very well done. Keeps you interested until the end.

Might not be everyone's cup of tea as there is a lot vacant staring, more so from Amy Adams. Must be her year for vacant stares!
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18 February 2017 12:59 Post ID: #1682616 - in reply to #240861
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I will concede that at least it's different to most other films out last year but i found Arrival really slow. But it's all personal preference isn't it.

I enjoyed Hacksaw ridge and someone else commented they thought it boring so it just goes to show what i know doesn't it?

The vacant staring drives me mad. At least there wasn't the inevitable sigh at the end of every stare like in a soap opera.

If someone in real life was pausing and looking vacant every 5 minutes i'd be suggesting that they visit a doctor to be tested for epilepsy not awarding them an oscar nomination.

I just think it makes the character look stupid (because i know it isn't epilepsy - i'm not saying people with epilepsy are stupid here but periods of staring is a symptom) when they're supposed to be highly educated. It really doesn't work for me.

Edited by lewis1980 18/2/2017 13:02
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18 February 2017 15:07 Post ID: #1682628 - in reply to #240861
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Inception - awesome although the crazy effects when he's explaining to the girl about how it works in dreams don't look half as great on the telly at home. Chris Nolan is some fella.

He's got another one coming out in the summer about Dunkirk. It's staring Tom Hardy so it'll be awesome too.

Edited by BodyButter 18/2/2017 15:13
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19 February 2017 01:07 Post ID: #1682732 - in reply to #240861
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Hacksaw Ridge

Very good I thought. Amazing story.

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19 February 2017 08:17 Post ID: #1682736 - in reply to #1682732
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The Great Wall - good fun but nothing more.

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20 February 2017 01:38 Post ID: #1682816 - in reply to #240861
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The Prestige - another great film by Christy Nolan. I'm on a bit of a Nolan binge at the moment.
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20 February 2017 15:25 Post ID: #1682870 - in reply to #240861
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Swiss army man. Radcliffe's best performance to date - as a dead man.

Pile of turd. Give it a miss.
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26 February 2017 03:24 Post ID: #1684192 - in reply to #240861
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Trespass Against Us

For a film starring Michael Fassbender and Brendan Glesson, who are both great actors, it just didn't really go anywhere.

Mediocre really.

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26 February 2017 14:36 Post ID: #1684246 - in reply to #1684192
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Stephen Jay Hawkings - 26/2/2017 12:24

Trespass Against Us

For a film starring Michael Fassbender and Brendan Glesson, who are both great actors, it just didn't really go anywhere.

Mediocre really.



I love Brendan Gleeson, Fassbender less so. I stuck it on but gave up after ten minutes. Their accents were weird. I assumed they were pikeys but they had Norfolk accents. Why didn't they just set it in Ireland if they were going to use Irish actors? Or just let them use their own accents?
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26 February 2017 14:45 Post ID: #1684247 - in reply to #1684246
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BodyButter - 26/2/2017 14:36

Stephen Jay Hawkings - 26/2/2017 12:24

Trespass Against Us

For a film starring Michael Fassbender and Brendan Glesson, who are both great actors, it just didn't really go anywhere.

Mediocre really.



I love Brendan Gleeson, Fassbender less so. I stuck it on but gave up after ten minutes. Their accents were weird. I assumed they were pikeys but they had Norfolk accents. Why didn't they just set it in Ireland if they were going to use Irish actors? Or just let them use their own accents?


Yeah I didn't know if they were gypsies, travelers, tinkers or what. I did find the accents inconsistent too. There was around 4 or 5 Irish actors in it, I recognised a couple from Love/Hate, so I agree, they could have just set it in Ireland, or let them use their own accents as it wouldn't make a difference to the story.

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26 February 2017 15:23 Post ID: #1684250 - in reply to #240861
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After giving up on Trespass Against Us, I watched No Country For Old Men. It's very slow and cold. Good film though.
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27 February 2017 17:24 Post ID: #1684436 - in reply to #240861
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Moonlight, rubbish.
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27 February 2017 17:27 Post ID: #1684437 - in reply to #240861
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I couldn't make my mind up between La La Land and Moonlight.

Oooooh God I'm funny!
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