What's The Last Film You Watched?

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Well it wasnt a film, but I finished watching This Is England 86 last night and I thought the entire series was fantastic. Best bit of tv I've seen in years
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Cyrus.
Good film, but very odd.
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Appaloosa - western movie with Ed Harris, Vigo Mortensen, Jeremy Irons - i thought 'well, this should be good'- no it wasnt :(

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Cant believe this thread has layed dormant for over a year!

Drive - I loved it, I can see how many might not. Hard to explain, but it doesnt have much to do about driving at all. Definately the type of film to have a massive cult following.

Event Horizon - I hate to say it, but it hasnt aged as well as I had hoped it would.

Animal Kingdom - :shock: Great film, but not an easy watch.
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The Girl Who Leapt Through Time... http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0808506/ Slow to start but a great movie.
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Badger wrote:The Girl Who Leapt Through Time... http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0808506/ Slow to start but a great movie.


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Has anybody seen "Don't Think" by the Chemical Brothers?

Very intrigued by this.
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Yes I saw it twice. Went to the Australian premiere and then a week later took my 13 yr old step son Philip to see it and we ended up dancing in the aisles together. Was a fantastic moment.

It's a brilliant film, very well shot and well done. It's very hard to capture an electronic music concert and it's energy but the way this film was shot (with crowd reactions and excursions into the festival site itself) makes the whole thing gel so well. This is also the best Chemical Brothers show I've ever seen (saw the set in Sydney in 2011 and I've got a bootleg video I'm working on of it at the minute) and no wonder this inspired Phil & Paul to get back into playing live.

You should definitely check it out when it comes out on Blu-Ray and DVD/CD on March 26th (limited 10" book edition DVD/CD on April 10th).
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Sherlock Holmes 2. Enjoyable enough. Much prefer the new BBC version.
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Cool, I will be purchasing that too, I didnt realise it was a show that was recorded.
I was under the impression it was more than that.

I thought it was a "film" film... with a plot and actors in it!

I saw "Hanna" the other week and I liked what the Chems did for that.
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There was one girl who they used as a focus (she wasn't an actress) and then told the rest of the audience the cameras were focusing on to pretend the cameras weren't there and then they got there real reactions to the music and the visuals. It really is a great film. Some funny reactions to the Acid Children clowns etc...

Leftfield are releasing their Tourism Live album cd/dvd this week over here too. (was recorded in Australia last year). A great week for music. :-)

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legspin wrote:Sherlock Holmes 2. Enjoyable enough. Much prefer the new BBC version.
Rich I watched this recently and found myself liking it a lot more than i thought i would. Although i love the new BBC series too.
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