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Posted 10/9/2014 22:55
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I watched that Alien Abduction one Pride dude thought it was alright aswell tbh,

Superman Man Of Steel, amazing film luv'd it one of my fave superhero movies of all time this one tbh

Iron Man 3,,,meh

THOR 2nd one it was good,
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Posted 14/9/2014 15:34
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Just watched a pointless film called The Patrol. British B movie about an army patrol in Afghanistan. Poor.
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Posted 14/9/2014 16:00
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12 Years a Slave - bit of a nothing film really, true story but the plaudits it got were over the top from what I saw.

Wolf Creek 2 - turned it off half way through, loved the first one, second one just doesn't have a surprise or clever adventure, simply awful.
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Posted 14/9/2014 16:29
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Infernal Affairs - It's the original Hong Kong version of The Departed. Similar but different. I found myself constantly comparing the two films rather than enjoying it for what it was.
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Posted 15/9/2014 18:30
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A Million Ways To Die In the West - the plot is kinda boring and predictable but it's also funny. 6.5
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Posted 15/9/2014 18:56
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Lord of War, with Nicolas Cage as an arms dealer, really enjoyed it
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Posted 15/9/2014 20:02
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I'm still trying to cleanse my mind of anchorman 2... Truly shocking rubbish!!!
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Posted 15/9/2014 22:12
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An oldie with Richard Attenborough - 10 Rillington Place (1971). Evil bugger, lol. Pretty good for that period, true story too... Cup of tea, anyone?
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