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    More smeg from the posse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post


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    well, that was ghastly... le blanc is terrible

    on to red dwarf and some sanity
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    Earlier



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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    well, that was ghastly... le blanc is terrible

    on to red dwarf and some sanity
    Unfortunate enough to have seen this at the Flicks when it came out and yup, pretty terrible.
    Netflix is putting out a reboot of it, trailer looks at least interesting?

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    Oh,
    watched Star Wars The Last Jedi last night.

    Enjoyed it better than Force Awakens, took some chances and wasn’t what I expected and thats always a good thing.
    Always have a chuckle when unhappy fans have thier “childhood robbed”, and a lot of folk did just that.

    Yet they complained that Force Awakens was just a remake of the original?
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    Right now this, which from the description sounds quite cool:





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    Gambit



    Based on the film of the same name, made in 1966 and starring Michael Cain and Shirley MacLain, this ‘scam comedy’, despite being a Coen Brothers’ production is a poor remake of the original. It has its comedic moments but they are few and far between and often slapstick in nature, and the cast comprising Colin Firth, Tom Courtney, Alan Rickman and Cameron Diaz is largely wasted. 4/10

    From Amazon:

    Pretty much without question, the biggest selling point of caper movie Gambit is the names of the people who wrote it. The screenplay to the film, a remake of the 1966 movie of the same name, was penned by the terrific Coen Brothers, and there are several of their touches quietly dotted right throughout the movie. A full-on Coen Brothers movie though this is not.
    Gambit is also a film that's attracted quite a cast. Headlined by Oscar-winner Colin Firth, the line-up also features a wonderful Alan Rickman, a playful Cameron Diaz and an underrated turn from the regularly underappreciated Stanley Tucci. Each turns in good work, and each is great fun to watch.
    That said, even with those ingredients in place, there's a sense that Gambit doesn't always quite add up the film you might suspect. It's certainly a lot of fun at its best, and there's quite an old school, traditional feel to it. The humour's variable, but then there's a lot of upbeat positivity underpinning Gambit, that ultimately makes it hard to resist.
    It would have certainly been interesting had the Coen Brothers decided to direct Gambit as well as write it. As things stand, though, it's an undemanding, entertaining and re-watchable film, which could have been just that little bit more. Well worth watching, but readjust your expectations accordingly. -- Jon Foster
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    Stones Shine a Light (dir. Martin Scorsese)



    This is a film of the concert by the Stones performing at the Beacon Theatre, New York in 2006. Curious mix of a rock video and part documentary, including some very out-dated interviews. Not one of Scorseses finest efforts by any means but hugely enjoyable nonetheless. 8/10
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