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Ascender said...

Stuff about Gone Girl

Hmm, without wanting to come across as the spoiler police, that is one hell of a spoiler if you know even the most basic premise of the film!

[Edited to remove your spoiler...:lol:]

Updated October 17, 2014 at 2:01 PM

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Which bit should I spoiler David? The movie narrative employs flashbacks from both perspectives so not sure what i've spoiled :)

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David_Yu said...

Ascender said...

Stuff about Gone Girl

Hmm, without wanting to come across as the spoiler police, that is one hell of a spoiler if you know even the most basic premise of the film!

[Edited to remove your spoiler...:lol:]

I would assume he didn't actually kill his missus - isn't that the basic premise of the film?

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David_Yu said...

Ascender said...

Stuff about Gone Girl

Hmm, without wanting to come across as the spoiler police, that is one hell of a spoiler if you know even the most basic premise of the film!

[Edited to remove your spoiler...:lol:]

I would assume he didn't actually kill his missus - isn't that the basic premise of the film?

Perhaps he was saying it was entirely justifiable homicide. :lol:

Anyway, no biggie, I just thought it could give away the whole "did he, didn't he" aspect, but perhaps it doesn't.


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Gone Girl - 10/10

One of the best films I've seen in recent years. It's one of those films you're glad is 150 minutes long and wasn't condensed into a 90-100 minute show.

I normally intensely dislike Ben Affleck and films he's been in but ignored that after seeing the IMDB/metacritic scores, and I'm glad I did.

A real edge of your seat thriller where you dont know which way the plot is going to go.

And some real dark humour in there too, especially for anyone whose been in a long term relationship.

Go see it

Updated October 19, 2014 at 8:34 AM

exiges said...

Gone Girl - 10/10

One of the best films I've seen in recent years. It's one of those films you're glad is 150 minutes long and wasn't condensed into a 90-100 minute show.

I normally intensely dislike Ben Affleck and films he's been in but ignored that after seeing the IMDB/metacritic scores, and I'm glad I did.

A real edge of your seat thriller where you dont know which way the plot is going to go.

And some real dark humour in there too, especially for anyone whose been in a long term relationship.

Go see it

Sounds like a total chick flick, you a secret closet case ;)

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Hitchcock.

Anthony Hopkins was absolutely brilliant, it was a great story and the whole film kept me interested.

A very worthwhile watch just to see Mr Hopkins strut his stuff.

Dave!

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Edge of Tomorrow.

Had high hopes after reading all the rave reviews and it does look suitably epic.
Tom Cruise's character starts off pleasingly unheroic, but obviously has to change over the film and the exo-suits, weapons and SFX are all top class.

But although initially intriguing and quite original (and unexpectedly humorous) the finale seems particularly far fetched in far too many aspects to make it an all-time classic.

Still, a thoroughly enjoyable 8/10.

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Wolf of Wall Street is showing on Sky Premiere now, so I watched it last night.

Long, but a great film. I don't recall seeing a Countach with that horrific US spec front bumper appendage before either.

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_Tim_ said...

Wolf of Wall Street is showing on Sky Premiere now, so I watched it last night.

Long, but a great film. I don't recall seeing a Countach with that horrific US spec front bumper appendage before either.

Haven't watched it yet, but it was a real Countach and led to some vitriol from Lambo fans who decried it being lightly damaged in the name of film... :roll:

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Philomena Cunk said...

Sounds like a total chick flick, you a secret closet case ;)

Quite the opposite, there is absolutely zero romance in the film..

David_Yu said...

Edge of Tomorrow.

Had high hopes after reading all the rave reviews and it does look suitably epic.
Tom Cruise's character starts off pleasingly unheroic, but obviously has to change over the film and the exo-suits, weapons and SFX are all top class.

But although initially intriguing and quite original (and unexpectedly humorous) the finale seems particularly far fetched in far too many aspects to make it an all-time classic.

Still, a thoroughly enjoyable 8/10.

I agree with Yu. Good film, poor climax.

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David_Yu said...

_Tim_ said...

Wolf of Wall Street is showing on Sky Premiere now, so I watched it last night.

Long, but a great film. I don't recall seeing a Countach with that horrific US spec front bumper appendage before either.

Haven't watched it yet, but it was a real Countach and led to some vitriol from Lambo fans who decried it being lightly damaged in the name of film... :roll:

Watched it last night, brilliant film! Did some reading up afterwards and it seems his life was all that mental, and maybe even crazier :lol:

The blond girl -who the wife informes me used to be in neighbours was Awesumz!

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exiges said...

Philomena Cunk said...

Sounds like a total chick flick, you a secret closet case ;)

Quite the opposite, there is absolutely zero romance in the film..

car chases? zombies? gun fights? gratuitous female nudity? aliens / giant monsters causing carnage?

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Philomena Cunk said...

exiges said...

Philomena Cunk said...

Sounds like a total chick flick, you a secret closet case ;)

Quite the opposite, there is absolutely zero romance in the film..

car chases? zombies? gun fights? gratuitous female nudity? aliens / giant monsters causing carnage?


Beware Eric, your OH is planning....

Alex_ said...

Philomena Cunk said...

exiges said...

Philomena Cunk said...

Sounds like a total chick flick, you a secret closet case ;)

Quite the opposite, there is absolutely zero romance in the film..

car chases? zombies? gun fights? gratuitous female nudity? aliens / giant monsters causing carnage?


Beware Eric, your OH is planning....

:lol:

Got to watch Fury on Wednesday and it was epic.

Great cast, well filmed - well worth a watch. Definitely best film of year so far.

10 dead SS troops out of 10

A place beyond the pines: not bad. 6/10

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