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Have you seen any good films recently

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in The Money Savers Arms
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  • barmonkeybarmonkey Forumite
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    Kill list.


    I watched that a few days ago, dreadful
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  • RikkiRikki Forumite
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    cydney65 wrote: »
    I watched the Swedish version of The girl with the dragon tattoo-it was very good. My daughter has just seen the new hollywood version and she liked it as well.

    I read all three Stieg Larsson books and then watched all three Swedish version films. They are very good.

    I am waiting to watch the Hollywood version. It has a lot to live up too.
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  • cydney65cydney65 Forumite
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    Rikki wrote: »
    I read all three Stieg Larsson books and then watched all three Swedish version films. They are very good.

    I am waiting to watch the Hollywood version. It has a lot to live up too.

    Didn't realise there were two more films will have to keep my eye out for those :beer:. Just started reading The girl who played with fire-excellent so far.
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  • Sherlock Holmes: Game of Shadows is pretty good - though serious fans of the books might not like the fact that this one and the one before it, don't follow the plot of any of the books (fortunately I'm not so fussy).

    I also like Tintin, which Danial Craig did some really good voice acting in (without seeing the credits I couldn't tell it was him). I also managed to get Batman and Batman Returns from HMV cheap, which I like a lot and prefer some of the action in it over the more recent ones (Begins and Dark Knight).
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  • Just finished watching War Horse, not bad but not as good as i was hoping it would be.
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  • I watched the inbetweeners movie over xmas. It were alright.
  • I watched Hotel Rwanda again last night. Brilliant film. :)


    Now that was a great film. Killing Fields was much better.

    However, the truth of what happened is shown so well in both.
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  • Planet of the Apes - watchable.

    Source Code - I didn't expect to like this, but really did.

    Horrible Bosses - very funny film and I enjoyed it.

    The Thing - not too scary. Special effects good.
  • RikkiRikki Forumite
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    cydney65 wrote: »
    Didn't realise there were two more films will have to keep my eye out for those :beer:. Just started reading The girl who played with fire-excellent so far.

    They are both on Amazon. Click Here
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  • pixie76pixie76 Forumite
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    I know its fairly old but I have the DVD of Sophies Choice which someone recommended to me. Will try & watch it tonight, Is it any good?
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