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

MK Shrimper

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Friend of a friend
Ah ok. I'm sure the views of a "Star Wars obsessed nerd" (I'm most definitely not) won't mean much to Mark Jenkin when it's been roundly classed as a classic by those in the know. I really struggle with art-house films, simple as that.

Peace out!
 

MK Shrimper

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Labyrinth - good fun, but cut out the truly abysmal David Bowie songs and it'd be a whole lot better. 6/10
 

Supernaut

Director
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Bicycle Thieves (1948)
Seen this before but it was so long ago that I'd forgotten most of it so I needed a re-watch. Really enjoyed it, it looks great on Blu-Ray, and all the great things people say about it are all spot-on. Absolutely essential cinema. 10/10
 

united we stand

Life President
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The boat (2018 on Amazon)
Guy on small fishing boat finds empty yacht in the ocean. but is he alone?
Literally one guy in the entire film.
Not a masterpiece but an enjoyable watch and my wife watched it all the way through which is unusual
Also interesting credits re the amount of related people Involved in making the film
 
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