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    Holy crap, Endgame was a bit terrific.
    No spoilers...just go see it.

    Some very unexpected turns in it, excellent writing and not what I expected going in.
    Felt like a Spielberg movie at times.
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    New Tarantino film 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' out in August https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...dQBRE%26sp%3d1


    Tarantino is always good, Brad Pitt is always good. Looks excellent from the trailer. Might actually drag my raggetty ass down to the cinema to see this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazjam View Post
    Holy crap, Endgame was a bit terrific.
    No spoilers...just go see it.

    Some very unexpected turns in it, excellent writing and not what I expected going in.
    Felt like a Spielberg movie at times.
    Not my thang, Gaz. But glad you loved it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    New Tarantino film 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood' out in August https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...dQBRE%26sp%3d1


    Tarantino is always good, Brad Pitt is always good. Looks excellent from the trailer. Might actually drag my raggetty ass down to the cinema to see this.
    Now *that* is my thing... Agreed on all counts! I'll defo be going to see it, and will also buy the Bluray when it comes out.

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    It does look good doesn't it?
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    Yup, seems to tick all the right boxes. If it's as good as the likes of Reservoir Dogs. Pulp Fiction or even From Dusk Until Dawn, it'll be doing well!

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    'Jackie Brown' is still my favourite of his. But they are all very good.
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    It’s got Margo Robbie in it. What’s not to like? :-)
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    If Margo's in it, that's my mind made up. Margo in Wolf of Wall Street was close to perfect
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