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    Always think that Brighton Rock must have had the world's least menacing criminal gang, even by the standards of the day
    Lawd above. Its not about criminal gangs. Its about catholicism (as is everything Greene ever wrote)
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      Reading this thread makes me happy about the fact I have been to the cinema maybe 20 times in the last 40 years. Wait till you know you'll like it (then buy the DVD) is my motto. The main exception has been the Harry Potter series which was a joyful bonding thing with my son - with the books and the films (cinema) lapped up on day of release.

      I struggle to think of a flm I expected to be good, saw at the cinema, then thought 'meh'. For my TV film watching, I guess that 'Deliverance' takes the biscuit. If I wanted to watch rednecks torturing to death some civilised folk I'd take someone I don't like, pitch a tent in Sittingbourne, and brace myself....
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      Shape of Water. Never Oscar class.
      Not even straight to video class.
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      The Sting
      Butch Cassidy and the sundance kid
      The Revenant
      The Revenant stinks.
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      Reading this thread makes me happy about the fact I have been to the cinema maybe 20 times in the last 40 years. Wait till you know you'll like it (then buy the DVD) is my motto. The main exception has been the Harry Potter series which was a joyful bonding thing with my son - with the books and the films (cinema) lapped up on day of release.

      I struggle to think of a flm I expected to be good, saw at the cinema, then thought 'meh'. For my TV film watching, I guess that 'Deliverance' takes the biscuit. If I wanted to watch rednecks torturing to death some civilised folk I'd take someone I don't like, pitch a tent in Sittingbourne, and brace myself....
      We’ve really enjoyed watching all the Harry Potter films with our kids, followed with a visit to the amazing Harry Potter world in Orlando last winter. Great stories by J.K.Rowling and fantastically executed in all the films which just got better and better.
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      Reading this thread makes me happy about the fact I have been to the cinema maybe 20 times in the last 40 years. Wait till you know you'll like it (then buy the DVD) is my motto. The main exception has been the Harry Potter series which was a joyful bonding thing with my son - with the books and the films (cinema) lapped up on day of release.

      I struggle to think of a flm I expected to be good, saw at the cinema, then thought 'meh'. For my TV film watching, I guess that 'Deliverance' takes the biscuit. If I wanted to watch rednecks torturing to death some civilised folk I'd take someone I don't like, pitch a tent in Sittingbourne, and brace myself....
      What ? Squeal little piggy. Tell me you,ve never played that imaginary banjo when a mate has said the wrong thing.
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      What ? Squeal little piggy. Tell me you,ve never played that imaginary banjo when a mate has said the wrong thing.
      Deliverance was pretty pants apart from the duelling banjos scene.
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      Forrest Gump. The entire premise of the film is flawed. "Momma said 'life is like a box of chocolates, you never knows what you'se gonna get next'". Total crap. Look on the side of the box Momma....
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      The Shawshank Redemption is the most overated film in cinema history.

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      Colin Firth has to be the most overrated actor of all time

      with Judi Dench not far behind
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