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Posted: 1 October 2015 - 08:49 PM                                    
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Cop Car released in August this year is about two rebellious yet still good natured young boys who run away from home.

Walking through a field, they find an abandoned cop car. Curious and excited, they explore the car, find the keys and take the car for a joyride. But their decision unleashes havoc when the county sheriff discovers his car missing. Further to that, there is something of GREAT value in the car and does anything to get his car back.

Cop Car was a surprisingly well directed movie and offered a lot of depth in character development. Bacon portrays a well played sheriff that is hiding a few things. Perhaps its a bit much to put claim that this is a great movie. Its not. But it is a good one and I recommend it!



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Just been to see The Martian yesterday.

I liked it a lot, it's a good story with a likeable main character and is just bursting at the seams with MacGyvering in space!
Go and see it - it's a great example of the MacGyver state of mind sak.gif



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Rocket, I'm DYING to watch the Martian. Looks fantastic and by all reviews sounds like a winner. Had a killer $55 Million weekend too.
Coincidently I saw the new Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation on the weekend and thought it was incredible.

Rogue Nation pits Ethan Hunt against an invisible enemy. An anti-IMF hell bound on destroying all that is good.

Returning cast Renner, Rhames & Pegg all work well together in what could possibly be the best instalment in the franchise.

This movie has it all. It also reminded me of the first movie in a good way. Fresh, exciting and truly explosive.
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Last movie I've seen a few days ago was The Living Daylights. They're airing Bond movies now all the way up to the release of Spectre. They started with The Living Daylights. I do have to say I was quite surprised. I don't know that many Bond movies with exception of the Brosnan and Craig movies. But The Living Daylights was pretty good. Interesting to see Joe Don Baker die in this one and alive in Goldeneye. Maybe there is hope to try them all.



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I know! Been looking up in the sky since I woke up but still no hover cars. STILL! I'm optimistic. I'll give it till 3pm. biggrin.gif



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I'm standing by waiting for the ride back to sanity and 1985!!! happy_dance.gif thumbsup.gif biggrin.gif



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I take it I wasn't the only one watching Back to the Future last Wednesday? XD I haven't watched that movie in such a long time. Johnny B. Goode is still one of my favorite classic songs.

My sister and I rented Big Hero 6. Wasn't too sure on how good it was going to be, but it was very cute. I love Baymax. If nothing else, this scene has my sister and I in uncontrollable laughter. Why? I have no idea...




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Big Hero 6 was certainly a good movie but from an adult perspective. I found the story to be a little too emotional for kids.



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It was a bit too emotional for a kids movie, but when did Disney ever not push the envelope? Remember Tarzan? That movie was FAR too violent for kids. I also found the plot kinda predictable.

I did enjoy the Stargate reference though... if that was on purpose or not, the military dude looked like General Hammond. XD



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biggrin.gif Yea I picked that up too.

I recently saw the Martian and it was every bit as good as they say it was. Ridley Scott implemented a few references to Alien (Such as similarities to Damon's suit) with a similar feel to that of Apollo 13 but with added humour.

Despite not being entirely scientifically plausible, the Martian is a really fun movie to watch and will inspire your inner pessimist & optimist. biggrin.gif
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I kinda missed a little more spectacle or action. But it's indeed a MacGyveresque movie. I have to admit Ridley Scott is really good with these kind of movies.



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I just came back from Bridge of Spies....Hanks and Spielberg aced it again!



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Can't wait to see Bridge of Spies. Looks awesome!



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I saw the trailer when I went to The Martian. Soviets, East- and West-Berlin... sounds like an early Mac-episode. tongue.gif



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That's it exactly! Cold War thriller at its best!



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Definitely on my much watch list!!!



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Finally saw Bridge of Spies on the weekend and was overly impressed. Great plot with an amazing cast including Hanks who slips right into his role as usual. Though Mark Rylance took me by surprise and loved his character. The two actors worked well together and a surprisingly good score by Thomas Newman who took the movie to a new level.

Bridge of Spies is a 4 star rating from me. Very engrossing and a thoughtful watch.

Look for the different ways the spies are treated in their foreign countries. Loved that! biggrin.gif
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I agree entirely Denizen. Hanks can really play any part, but the role of the everyday hero really seems to suit him well.



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Skyfall and Specter were pretty good. A bit the same but that's what you get if you use the same director. Same style and everything but solid. Too bad Waltz was a bit underused.

Last night I have seen The Maltese Falcon. I wasn't really impressed. This is one of the old ones, the classics but I was like; nah, maybe not. Humphrey Bogaert talks like Rick from Magnum PI and IcePick looks like Wilmer. Or is it the other way around? tongue.gif But in all, I'm not convinced. Still through the game L.A. Noire I thought I'd give it a chance. I also kinda dozed off near the end. Maybe I give it another chance some other time but not convinced right now.



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I agree with you MacGyverGod. I love black and white classics, and I was expecting so much more....maybe it's because it was near the beginning of the whole detective theme that it just doesn't live up to what I hoped. I really think some of the Mike Hammer series was a better showing. With evolution comes improvement? biggrin.gif



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surprise.gif You didn't like the Maltese Falcon?! Sheesh! It's a classic! But each to their own I guess. biggrin.gif

I pretty much suspected that Spectre would have the same feel as Skyfall. Craig has never been my favourite nor has any of his movies ever been to my appeal except for Casino Royale.

If he decides to depart the franchise after this movie, I wont mind. biggrin.gif



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I haven't watched a James Bond movie since Pierce Brosnan. Sean Connery will always be James Bond to me. HOWEVER, I'm sadly not much of a James Bond fan. I'm more of a horror and/or SciFi fan.

My sister and I rented Poltergeist and Cinderella last night. Poltergeist was actually pretty decent. Cinderella... not so much. Ever After with Drew Barrymore is the only version of Cinderella I ever liked. Even though I loved Cate Blanchette as Lady Tremaine, Angelica Huston did it better. Disney's version is too... fluffy...



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Me too....there's only one Bond, and Craig is missing something. I feel like the series has lost something over the years. I liked Brosnan alot, as I think he has a ton of class, but Connery was sure a hard act to follow! I'm a big Bogie fan, but Maltese Falcon wasn't at the top of my list. I love African Queen, but I'm a big history buff.



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Going back to 'The Martian' for a minute, I'm reading the book now. Has even more extraterrestrial MacGyvering than the film... duct.gif



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Rocket: I believe the book of the Martian is very good indeed. Would love to read it.

Barry: African Queen was a great movie. I guess if you compare to all his movies, Maltese was less exciting. Key Largo & Dark Passage were two of my favourite.

Jedi: The missus loves Ever After. One of her favourite movies. Are you referring to the rebooted Poltergeist? If so, I have been reluctant to watch that. I hold the original so high. wink.gif



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Yes, it's the remake. I've seen the original once a LOOONG time ago, so I really haven't nothing to compare it too. I thought it was pretty good though.

I hate clowns... and spiders... Thanks a lot Steven King.

I did rent Inside Out, and I thought it was kinda cute... a little depressing though.



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Finally! Someone who agrees with me!!! Inside Out is an interesting concept. No doubt bout it. HOWEVER! biggrin.gif
Didn't anyone else find it rather disturbing how these little emotions totally messed up her life?! And we were supposed to laugh at that?! I think it deserves most twisted movie of the year award. roller.gif



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Posted: 10 November 2015 - 09:00 AM                                    
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In a weird, twisted sort of way, the movie does make sense. Disney is trying to get away from the heat they've been getting from their earlier romance movies by tackling more "important" topics. Disney movies have always been a little on the dark side... Old Yeller anyone? I will admit that I like their animated movies much better then their live action ones. The live action movies always seems to be missing... substance. Call me weird...

I'm looking forward to the remake of IT. The original movie was so corny, but so awesome at the same time. Tim Curry was perfect as Pennywise. I still hate clowns because of that movie...






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Disney are attempting to entertain the entire audience which is why the themes of the movies they release are of a more mature nature. My problem is that they shouldn't forget who these movies are mostly aimed at. Most of the Disney releases of late are still not seen by my son due to their darker nature as you so eloquently put it.

Still, I am not attacking them. I love a lot of their movies. As for live action, I think I was one of the few people that loved John Carter. The marketing behind the movie put me off as it emphasized Taylor Kitsch as another tough guy in a same old, seen before movie.

But when I finally made myself watch it, boy was I wrong! For me, it totally blew me away and I was gasping for part 2. Sadly, that will never happen.



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