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I have a soft spot for stupid Kevin Hart films.

I don't but I'll watch it for Woody. Having said that he was excellent with Cranston in that remake, title escapes me.
 

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I don't but I'll watch it for Woody. Having said that he was excellent with Cranston in that remake, title escapes me.
The updside based on An Unexpected Friendship.
 

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Cheers Yonlar!

The Man From Toronto was god awful for anyone wondering.
 

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we watched it and it was not great but ok for a free film at home
 

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Bit behind on films at the mo.

Loved Legend of the 10 rings.
loved Top gun 2

dr strange and the MM next I think.
 

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dr strange and the MM next I think.
Just finished watching it. Not sure how I feel tbh. Some good, some bad I guess. If it was standalone I'd say bunkum shite, but in the list of Marvel movies then it fits and completes some arks. Better I guess if you've watched all the TV series too.
 

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Just finished watching it. Not sure how I feel tbh. Some good, some bad I guess. If it was standalone I'd say bunkum shite, but in the list of Marvel movies then it fits and completes some arks. Better I guess if you've watched all the TV series too.
This is a pretty good summary, and 100% agree with their recommendation on Everything, Everywhere, All at once as being better.


View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fVv2OVzawFo
 

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Thor Love & Thunder. Very good. Maybe not Ragnarok good, but enjoyable. I'd say its the most "comic-booky" MCU movie yet, and I'd also say Christian Bale is an absolute stand-out; really good.

After Multiverse of Madness being a bit of a letdown and Ms. Marvel being absolute crap I thought the wheels were finally starting to come off the MCU, but there's still some life in it.
 

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Just saw Love and Thunder and loved it :) i love how they are leaning into the absurd with the Thor movies, but wonder how the tone of current MCU will work when movies like Blade come out
 

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Brian and Charles is brilliant if you don't wear your reason hat.
 

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Paul Dood's Deadly Lunch Break on Sky. It's kind of shit, but stars one of my best mates brother. So watch it.
 

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The Gray Man on Netflix. A Ryan Gosling film that isn't shit. Enjoyed it a lot.
 

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I have just never got him as an actor, very 1 dimensional, but very good in The Grey Man.
I'm going to assume you have terrible taste in Gosling films. Gray Man is fucking awful.
 

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Bollocks @Jupitus
a flare gun with multiple shots? Writing on a hand that survived a flood and a war? Pffft.

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