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But, but ... hasn't anyone seen the World's End yet?

It was very funny. I need to see it again, because everyone was laughing through all the jokes.


I saw it and thoroughly enjoyed it!


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My husband has just complained because he still hasn't seen it.

Or World War Z or half a dozen other films we missed over the summer.

I just got my BFI London Film Festival brochure and my membership ran out on 31 August. Why would they do that to me? Bastards.

Still Man of Tai Chi wasn't in it, so I'm not sure I'll renew it (any excuse to bump into Mr Reeves again)


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I really want the soundtrack for my ipod! Although, I already have some of those songs on it.



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I can't wait for Avengers 2!


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Furious 7, of course.
 
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Um. Jurassic World? Dare I mention it.

It took me a while to get into it (probably something to do with the little family at the end of our row - mum, dad, gran and two small children, aged 8 & 4, chattered until the first person got eaten) but once the fun started I loved it.


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I did not love it. It was OK, but barely. Not nearly enough Pratt, almost all chase and not enough chomp. Pratt is really good at delivering snarky dialogue, why not give him some? It was very meh for me.

Not forthcoming, but Fury Road was awesomesauce with extra awesome! Gloriously insane stunts and not a lot of CGI, so those nutters were actually out there flinging themselves around. I would totally go see it again, but it's not playing anymore.

Took Dev to see Jaws, they played it special for the 40th anniversary. He loved it! That's how to do a plotless chomp flick.

Looking forward to mindless giggling at the Minions movie. And Dev and his friends want to see the Terminator flick on Friday.



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I enjoyed Jurassic World and it was a visual spectacle, but it lacked something from the first.
Characters not as solid perhaps?
I can't even recall their names, though the lead female was good.

It went downhill for me in the third act, with the desperate need to keep upping the ante from previous films. It was bad enough with the Drex thingy, but then the dinosaur deathmatch, and the anthropomorphised raptors felt cheesy.

On the plus side, Henry Wu!!!


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This Christmas, there's going to be a Star Wars movie telling the story of how the original Death Star plans got stolen!




NEXT Christmas the sequel to The Force Awakens comes out!




NEXT NEXT Christmas they're beginning the story of Han Solo!




The time travel experiment worked! I'm living an alternate reality where Star Wars doesn't suck!

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They (i.e. Universal Studios) are remaking The Bride of Frankenstein and the whole situation is making me want to flip tables.

First - they started with a Mummy remake starring Tom "I Have A Tooth In The Middle Of My Face" Cruise that I honestly thought was going to be yet another M:I flick based on the trailer. I refuse to see it because 1) Tom Cruise and 2) we didn't need a Mummy remake because there are the Brendan Fraser remakes already and no one, especially not Tom Cruise, can top those.
Second - the next Monsters movie that Universal is planning to remake is The Bride of Frankenstein. Yep, not Frankenstein, we're just going to skip that one and go straight to a remake of the sequel. That'll totally, totally work. And ya know, we totally needed a remake of that too.
They haven't announced yet who will be IN that one but the director is the person who directed the last two Twilight movies so. That'll be awesome.

I. Am. So. Irritated.


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