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Been working hard getting our place in shape. So I made my wife watch Bridge Over the River Kwai to show her that nonstop labor in the Thai summer is an inhumane practice!

Still a great movie. Found it on YouTube.

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Here's 3 goodins,   Now  you see me 2, Bastille Day  Idris Elba,good action film.

The Tiger, an old hunter's tale, Korean film with subs.  P.S. The Jungle Book,   not just for kids excellent. 

you can see them on pubfilm.com, very good copies. waiting for good copy of Mechanic resurrection,

Jason Statham,he's always good.

regards Worgeordie

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Just started watching Blood Father when the maid turned up so have it on pause.
Amazing opening scene where a young girl buys 45 caliber ammunition over the counter but is refused cigarettes when she cannot produce ID.
Supposedly Mel Gibson's best for a while.

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2 hours ago, sceadugenga said:

Just started watching Blood Father when the maid turned up so have it on pause.
Amazing opening scene where a young girl buys 45 caliber ammunition over the counter but is refused cigarettes when she cannot produce ID.
Supposedly Mel Gibson's best for a while.

Mel Gibson was entertaining and I found it interesting to see how he has aged.  Jason Bourne has gotten old too and I somehow don’t think there will be another sequel.  I enjoyed the acting in Genius and think I will watch CA Civil War today.

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One's I've enjoyed:

 

1) The Lives of Others (East Germany in 1984, with Stasi in place) ... subtitled but worth the effort).

2) Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (Classic Spy movie based on Le Carre book).

3) Bladerunner (Classic sci fi with a youthful Harrison Ford).

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Blood Father was most enjoyable, plenty of truly evil bad guys and no one plays bad ass better than Mad Mel.

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34 minutes ago, AlexRich said:

One's I've enjoyed:

 

1) The Lives of Others (East Germany in 1984, with Stasi in place) ... subtitled but worth the effort).

2) Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy (Classic Spy movie based on Le Carre book).

3) Bladerunner (Classic sci fi with a youthful Harrison Ford).

I'll watch out for the first one, I need subs anyway so no problem there.

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On 27/05/2016 at 8:40 AM, sceadugenga said:

Just read a review of NZ movie Hunt for the Wilderpeople, released next month.

A national manhunt is ordered for a rebellious kid and his foster uncle who go missing in the wild New Zealand bush.

Director: Taika Waititi
Writers: Taika Waititi (screenplay), Barry Crump (based on the book by)
Stars: Sam Neill, Julian Dennison, Rima Te Wiata |

Sam Neill is always a good bet.

Released next month.

This one is now available.

 

Watched it today and found to be really enjoyable.

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I read the book it was based on a week or two back, Wild Pork and Watercress, by Barry Crump, that was quite interesting.

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Just read a review of the Magnificent Seven with Denzel Washington in Rolling Stone magazine.

Reeeeallly looking forward to it.

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