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Films you've watched recently, ideal for some ATM CV19

Supernaut

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Boston Kickout (1995)
A story about the lives and loves of a bunch of teenage tearaways in mid '90s Stevenage with lots of booze, drugs, sex and violence. It plays out more like a TV film, I quite enjoyed it but it wasn't great. Notable for being the film debut of John Simm, Andrew Lincoln and Marc Warren, who are all really good in it. 6.5/10
 

MK Shrimper

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The Willoughbys, dark(ish) funny kids animation on Netflix. Very funny in parts. 8/10
 

Massimo Giovanni

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Jackie Brown, Tarantino staple. Okay to good for plot and acting.
It must hold close to the record for use of N and F in dialogue.
 

cerbera45

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I like all John carpenter films V ( although this is not one of my favourites), I could never understand why he was never given a bigger budget.
Quick film buff question, what was the biggest error on “Assault on Precinct 13”( my personal favourite, plus love the music).
This was on Film 4 back in January, I managed to Sky Plus it.
 

Rootshallbloke

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Followed up by Honey I Blew Up The Baby which is less fun, the FX are ****e but a good time was had by MK Jnr. 5/10
I used to make our kids watch Tiswas with me back in the day even if they didn't want to. Are you doing the same with MK Junior mate, especially with some of your fim choices?
 

MK Shrimper

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I used to make our kids watch Tiswas with me back in the day even if they didn't want to. Are you doing the same with MK Junior mate, especially with some of your fim choices?
Hey, her choice mate. If it was up to me it'd be Japanese anime.
 

Tangled up in Blue

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Very true, but better in some of his films, The Wild Bunch is a TOP TOP movie.
Yeah I agree.That's probably my favourite of his films.Though I have a soft spot for Ride the High Country aka Guns in the Afternoon and Junior Bonner.Suspect I'll be watching all these alone as my wife can't stand Westerns (not that she watched last night either). :Sad:
 

Massimo Giovanni

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Yeah I agree.That's probably my favourite of his films.Though I have a soft spot for Ride the High Country aka Guns in the Afternoon and Junior Bonner.Suspect I'll be watching all these alone as my wife can't stand Westerns (not that she watched last night either). :Sad:
Another,imo, very good western, modern, is Open Range, Duvall is excellent, Coster and Benning are very good.
 

Supernaut

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Yeah I agree.That's probably my favourite of his films.Though I have a soft spot for Ride the High Country aka Guns in the Afternoon and Junior Bonner.Suspect I'll be watching all these alone as my wife can't stand Westerns (not that she watched last night either). :Sad:
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia is my favourite Peckinpah.
 
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