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    I just get the feeling that these films were signed off by accountants as having a low risk of commercial failure....kerching cash in!

    Whether you like it or not, Prometheus was panned by many critics and general audience members. Was there a need for a new Alien or Bladerunner film? Bladerunner sounds interesting but they had better get it right.

    I think its a dangerous game to be playing if they dont get it spot on. I want to see a work of art with a true passion for film making. More often than not we are getting an exercise in ticking boxes.

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    Went to see Guardians of the Galaxy 2 today, great bit of hokum, thoroughly enjoyed it

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    Will be going to see this on Friday: http://www.odeon.co.uk/films/mother/17205/

    Should hopefully be good!

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    Didn't get a chance to see this film last week, so going tonight instead, then out for a curry and a few beers afterwards - can't wait!



    Hopefully, it'll be suitably scary!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Didn't get a chance to see this film last week, so going tonight instead, then out for a curry and a few beers afterwards - can't wait!



    Hopefully, it'll be suitably scary!!

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    Oh, I dont like the look of her... she's gonna do something........ weird
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Didn't get a chance to see this film last week, so going tonight instead, then out for a curry and a few beers afterwards - can't wait!

    Hopefully, it'll be suitably scary!!

    Marco.
    Apparently it's a Marmite film. You'll either love it or...



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    Well... That was the most crazy, fucked-up film I've ever seen!!

    Marco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Well... That was the most crazy, fucked-up film I've ever seen!!

    Marco.
    Is that a thumbs up or thumbs down Marco?

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    Probably more down than up, mate... The jury's still out. Glad I seen it though, but it's one royal head-fuck!

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    I'd probably like it then.

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