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Old 05-24-2017, 07:01 PM   #10121
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Danny Lupo (Mark Wahlberg), manager of the Sun Gym in 1990s Miami, decides that there is only one way to achieve his version of the American dream: extortion. To achieve his goal, he recruits musclemen Paul (Dwayne Johnson) and Adrian (Anthony Mackie) as accomplices. After several failed attempts, they abduct rich businessman Victor Kershaw (Tony Shalhoub) and convince him to sign over all his assets to them. But when Kershaw makes it out alive, authorities are reluctant to believe his story.
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Old 05-24-2017, 07:54 PM   #10122
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I went and saw Alien Covenant even though the comments were less than stellar.

Agree that it is around 3.5 out of 5.

The ending is predictable. Still, not a bad waste of time. I like the Alien franchise.
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Old 05-24-2017, 10:11 PM   #10123
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Last Action Hero. One of the few times I have disagreed with the reviews of both Roger Ebert and Rotten Tomatoes. It's a great movie and Arnie does a star turn in it.
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Old 05-25-2017, 02:09 AM   #10124
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Christiane F. – We Children from Bahnhof Zoo (1981)



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13-year-old Christiane (Natja Brunckhorst) lives with her mother and sister in a multi-story apartment building in West Berlin. She is a David Bowie fan and likes to hang out with her friend Kessi (Daniela Jaeger) who takes her to a new disco called Sound. There she meets Detlef (Thomas Haustein) who is part of a clique of junkies. Christiane is impressed with the bunch and tries some pills herself. Since David Bowie is in town, she attends one of his concerts where she meets Babsi (Christiane Reichelt). After the concert she hooks up with some junkies and tries heroin for the first time by snorting it and gets drawn deeper into the abyss of addiction.

Christiane F. is based on a true story and provides a picture of the Berlin drug scene in the 1970s. Great movie with superb acting, nice shots of the Berlin nightlife and good music. David Bowie, who I think was living in Berlin at the time, appears as himself.
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Old 05-25-2017, 05:52 PM   #10125
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Il grande silenzio (1968)



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In 1898, a harsh winter has hit the town of Snow Hill, Utah. As a result, the community's poor are forced to steal in order to survive. A corrupt local banker and "justice of the peace", Henry Pollicut (Luigi Pistilli), hires a bounty killer gang led by Loco (Klaus Kinski) to hunt down the "thieves". Amidst poverty and starvation, the small town becomes a paradise for bounty hunters. One of the wanted outlaws, a black man named James Middleton, leaves his group to spend some time with his wife Pauline (Vonetta McGee) but is ambushed and shot by Loco.

Pauline, who wishes to avenge her husband's death, hires Silence (Jean-Louis Trintignant), a mute gunslinger who witnessed the murder of his parents by bounty hunters when he was a child. They sliced his throat so he can't give them away. Silence is hunting down bounty killers who make a lot of money by murdering people under the pretext of "upholding the law". Since the use of firearms is only legal in the case of self-defense, Silence operates on the principle of provoking his enemies into drawing their weapons first. And he has a lot of enemies in Snow Hill.


A dark and unsual revisionist western by Italian maestro Sergio Corbucci. According to his own words, he was inspired by actor Marcello Mastroianni who told him that he'd love to do a western but couldn't speak English. This gave Corbucci the idea of a mute gunslinger and Trintignant was chosen for the role because he couldn't speak English either. But this is not the entire background story that led to the creation of this film as it drew its inspiration from the political events at the time, especially the deaths of Ernesto "Che" Guevara and Malcolm X. The harsh winter part was inspired by the Great Blizzard of 1899. One of the best westerns I have ever seen and one of my favorites. It is radically different from traditional westerns, even other spaghetti westerns, and has a very bitter ending.
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Old 05-25-2017, 06:24 PM   #10126
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I'm watching Dead Presidents. Haven't seen it since it first came out but no film with Keith David in is too much of a waste of time. The guy has real screen charisma.
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The Nice Guys (2016) - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3799694/

Starring Murielle Telio as Misty Mountains. A poor porn star who is sacrificed in the first minutes of this detective comedy starring Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. A very young Angourie Rice plays Gosling's daughter and pretty much steals the scenes that she is in. I enjoyed this film.

The film did not do that well in the box office but it is pretty good - 3.5 out of 5 - and I certainly liked it more than Gosling's LA LA Land which to me was overrated as hell.
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I stumble across a film called Quest For Love with a very young Joan Collins.

Basic plot:Physicist Colin Trafford stages a demonstration with a particle accelerator to a number of people, including Sir Henry Larnstein and Trafford's long-time friend Tom Lewis.
The demonstration goes wrong and Trafford, with his same memories, finds himself in a parallel universe with significant differences from our own: John F. Kennedy is Secretary General of a still-existent League of Nations and World War II and the Vietnam War never happened.
Trafford also discovers he is a famous author, an alcoholic, and a womaniser with a beautiful wife, Ottilie. Trafford instantly falls in love with Ottilie, whereas his parallel self was constantly unfaithful to her and she is on the brink of divorcing him.


I really enjoyed it. And it's got a romantically nail-biting ending.
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Old 05-26-2017, 08:39 AM   #10129
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SEARCH/DESTROY: A STRONTIUM DOG FAN FILM
In the far future strontium-90 fallout has created a race of mutants, outcasts from society, despised by the ‘norms’ and given only the dirtiest job – bounty hunting.
Johnny Alpha is one such mutant, working for the Search/Destroy (Strontium Dog) Agency, hunting down criminals for the Galactic Crime Commission, aided by his trusty Viking sidekick, Wulf Sternhammer.
Search/Destroy follows Johnny and Wulf as they investigate a spate of Strontium Dog disappearances.


Search/Destroy: A Strontium Dog Fan Film is exactly what the title says: a fan film based on the Starlord/2000AD comic strip 'Strontium Dog', starring Johnny Alpha, a mutated bounty hunter who has the power to read minds. With hammer wielding viking Wulf Sternhammer (Kevin Horsham) at his side, Johnny (Matthew Simpson) hunts down the 'norms' responsible for killing numerous other 'stronts', the trail leading to The Colonel (Edmund Dehn).

Just like Judge Minty, the Dredd based film from the same people, Search/Destroy: A Strontium Dog Fan Film is an amazing achievement, made by the fans for the fans *.
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The Characters were invented by John Wagner and Carlos Ezquerra
for the short-lived ' Starlord ' comic in May 1978 and transferred to 2000ad comic -
I am sad to say I bought the very first issue which shows how old I am !
Visually the film is a real treat, with loads of impressive special effects, from huge spacecraft, to alien worlds, to an impressive array of weird and wonderful characters and futuristic weaponry.
The level of invention and technical skill on display was more than enough to ensure I was entertained throughout.
*Those familiar with the source material will be delighted by the appearance of some much loved muties (including Middenface McNulty and Durham Red) and the use of several classic Strontium Dog weapons.
You can view the film for free on you tube - its highly recommended
I was lucky enough to view the debut of the Film at the Hotel Novotel in London in February this year at the 2000ad 40th anniversary celebrations .
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Worth watching just to hear Wulf Sternhammer say "Old cucumber" .
Let alone to catch a glimpse of Kid Knee
I`d weep over this and Rogue Trooper still not having made it to the big screen. Yet chances are the money men would only have gone and cast Dwayne Johnston as Johnny , oh and Rogue too most likely
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