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Posted 5/7/2015 13:00
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Coherence. A brain twister of a film. 4 couples at a dinner party find themselves encountering themselves in different dimensions. All this is due to a comet passing overhead. Try to follow it if you can.





Great film!

Quantum mechanics and parallel universes, gotta love it

Check out Primer if you haven't seen it, try get your mind around that one!



I tried to watch it last night because it was the shortest film I had. I think I was too tired to fully understand it. I'lI have another go at it in the next few days.
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Posted 5/7/2015 15:24
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Homefront starring Jason Statham & James Franco. Excellent film, if you like the Jason Statham style films.
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Posted 5/7/2015 15:40
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I fiiinally got to watch coherance last night,,,,,wow what a bloody confusing film lol but it was a good en, the end has baffled me a bit how the woman phoned the bloke at the end yet the one with him had killed her?
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Posted 5/7/2015 16:00
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ClivetheVillan - 6/7/2015 00:40

I fiiinally got to watch coherance last night,,,,,wow what a bloody confusing film lol but it was a good en, the end has baffled me a bit how the woman phoned the bloke at the end yet the one with him had killed her?


She found a dimension she liked and killed the version of herself in that dimension. Angel is in another twisty film called Triangle that's similarly good.
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Posted 5/7/2015 17:19
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Lost in translation.

Good viewing without being spectacular. Just wanted more to happen, thought a bit boring at times but just like anusol, it was good on the whole.
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Posted 5/7/2015 17:32
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ClivetheVillan - 6/7/2015 00:40

I fiiinally got to watch coherance last night,,,,,wow what a bloody confusing film lol but it was a good en, the end has baffled me a bit how the woman phoned the bloke at the end yet the one with him had killed her?


She found a dimension she liked and killed the version of herself in that dimension. Angel is in another twisty film called Triangle that's similarly good.


I got she killed the other version of herself BB dude, but that phonecall her boyfreind answers at the end and then looks over at her??? Why who was that on the phone to him? remember i ay the brightest spark ffs but the Mrs usually gets it but didn't that time
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Posted 5/7/2015 17:48
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ClivetheVillan - 6/7/2015 00:40

I fiiinally got to watch coherance last night,,,,,wow what a bloody confusing film lol but it was a good en, the end has baffled me a bit how the woman phoned the bloke at the end yet the one with him had killed her?


She found a dimension she liked and killed the version of herself in that dimension. Angel is in another twisty film called Triangle that's similarly good.


I got she killed the other version of herself BB dude, but that phonecall her boyfreind answers at the end and then looks over at her??? Why who was that on the phone to him? remember i ay the brightest spark ffs but the Mrs usually gets it but didn't that time :19:


I assumed that was the other version of her who wasn't fully dead.
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Posted 5/7/2015 17:51
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BodyButter - 5/7/2015 17:48

ClivetheVillan - 6/7/2015 02:32

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ClivetheVillan - 6/7/2015 00:40

I fiiinally got to watch coherance last night,,,,,wow what a bloody confusing film lol but it was a good en, the end has baffled me a bit how the woman phoned the bloke at the end yet the one with him had killed her?


She found a dimension she liked and killed the version of herself in that dimension. Angel is in another twisty film called Triangle that's similarly good.


I got she killed the other version of herself BB dude, but that phonecall her boyfreind answers at the end and then looks over at her??? Why who was that on the phone to him? remember i ay the brightest spark ffs but the Mrs usually gets it but didn't that time :19:


I assumed that was the other version of her who wasn't fully dead.


Arrrr that could be true, blimey she survived some bloody attacks wow she must have been She Ra, i had wondered where he body had gone from the shower

We have oficially spoilt this movie for someone you know now
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Posted 5/7/2015 17:54
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hanboroughvilla - 3/7/2015 04:16

Have just seen a film called Still Life.This is anything but an action/CGI flick so don't watch if that is all you are into.

If you like Mike Leigh films you will like this.Basically about a council worker whose job (until it is taken away from him) is to try to identify and contact relatives of people who have died alone.Really well acted and with an end that i was not expecting but upon reflection I can understand why it was like that as it lead to a very poignant scene.

The newspapers often seem to carry stories of people who have died and not been discovered for some time.One about three years for a pensioner was reported early this week.There are a couple of things to smile at but nothing to laugh at this film but it has great scenery and a magnificent leading role from Eddie Marsan


I watched Still Life tonight. It's not your average Hollywood fare anyway.
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Posted 6/7/2015 15:50
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Prisoners - starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal. Excellent film. Two young girls go missing, where are they?, are they still alive?
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