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    It's certainly 'out there', but not particularly in a way that I enjoyed. You might like it, though.

    Glad I've seen it, however, as it's definitely 'different'.

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    Untouchable.....aint new ,french....subtitles

    But the opening sequence with the paris ring road and Maserati police chase is worth the blu ray price alone...

    Just saying-fine bit of cinema.

    Hoping to get to the new star wars in the new year-the wee fella introduced me to the clone wars cartoons the other day-majik!!!

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    New Star Wars next up for me...
    apparently its pretty tremendous.
    I have hifi n stuff.


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    Star Wars Imax 3d tickets booked for Christmas eve for me & the mrs.

    I've purposely stayed away from reading too much about it. I hope its worth the wait.
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    Going to see this on Wednesday at the flicks:



    I like mad wee films like this!

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    Well, I went to see the film last night with Del, and it was rather weird, but brilliant!

    For those who enjoy a good fantasy adventure/love story, which is visually stunning, beautifully shot and well-acted, together with a superb depiction of 1960s America (especially some of the stunning cars around - a true golden era in many respects), mixed with a soupçon of Russian espionage, it comes HIGHLY recommended

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    I think it's a brilliant work of art Marco, Sally Hawkins' performance for me was mesmerising, but I'm a fan of both her and of Guillermo del Toro.

    It's an Oscar worthy film all round, the film, cinematography, acting and directing. Loved the soundtrack too.
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    It's extremely erotic in parts too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    I think it's a brilliant work of art Marco, Sally Hawkins' performance for me was mesmerising, but I'm a fan of both her and of Guillermo del Toro.

    It's an Oscar worthy film all round, the film, cinematography, acting and directing. Loved the soundtrack too.
    I completely agree with all of that, Tim. It's one of the best films I've seen for a long time! Can't wait to watch it again at home, when it becomes downloadable on Sky

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    Quote Originally Posted by rigger67 View Post
    It's extremely erotic in parts too
    Indeed, especially when she sets a timer to enjoy some 'bean flicking action' in the bath, whilst her breakfast is being cooked!

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