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Watched Animal Kingdom last night. Really good stuff

Yeah, that Ben Mendelson guy is amazing (even if I do misspell his name). I watched Netflix's Bloodline because he was in it, and I enjoyed the first season very much.
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He was also in a submarine movie (forget the name). He's really good at playing assholes.
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The Amazing Mr. Limpet?
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This film is high octane comedy which provides some great laughs. it might have helped with sub titles every time Mickey (Brad Pitt) a 'Pikey' an Irish gypsy or 'Tinker' spoke . Pitt as a bare knuckle boxer, Jason Statham a wayward boxing promotor who is just trying to buy a caravan. Benicio Del Toro as obsessive compulsive gambler, Denis Farina all he wants is the diamond, , Vinne Jones as Bullet Tooth Tony and Alan Ford as a crazed criminal Tsar are standouts in a great ensemble cast who deliver a film with the right amount of absurdity, the piney dog is a great touch, action and low life humour about the London boxing underground and criminal underworld.

One of Guy Ritchie's best films.
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^ Snatch - Pigs & Diamonds

Good call.

This one always churns my stomach ever so slightly.
http://m.imdb.com/title/tt0208092/quotes?qt=qt0480491

Lock, Stock ... is also a little gem of Ritchie's.
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This film is high octane comedy which provides some great laughs. it might have helped with sub titles every time Mickey (Brad Pitt) a 'Pikey' an Irish gypsy or 'Tinker' spoke . Pitt as a bare knuckle boxer, Jason Statham a wayward boxing promotor who is just trying to buy a caravan. Benicio Del Toro as obsessive compulsive gambler, Denis Farina all he wants is the diamond, , Vinne Jones as Bullet Tooth Tony and Alan Ford as a crazed criminal Tsar are standouts in a great ensemble cast who deliver a film with the right amount of absurdity, the piney dog is a great touch, action and low life humour about the London boxing underground and criminal underworld.

One of Guy Ritchie's best films.

 

 

I know just about every line from that movie

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^^^ In Bruges was good. not guy ritchie, but in generally the same vein of british gonzo-noir.

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I know just about every line from that movie

even the pikie stuff?
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Beam me up Scotty another great ensemble cast performance with classic one liners, a great narrative with thrills spills and the triumph of CGI.

I'm not sure if you're serious because that movie was a grabastic piece of shit. Snappy chat, constant comic relief, and the usual litany of cliche action sequences, and (gasp) a fight at the end and the good guys win.
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One mans classic one liner is another mans cliche

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One mans classic one liner is another mans cliche

That's just like your opinion, man
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Well you know what they say about opinions.

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Apparently Mr Scott directed it and put himself hanging from a cliff -how novel. I couldn't handle the suspense wondering if a core character would die. The only thing I really, really wish they did was say "we've got company" when the intruders broke onto the ship.

Also amusing was the old starship they found... like in 1968 we had color TVs and 300 years on all the screens on that ship were black and green again? Who designs these sets?
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funny because I've been watching Voyager episodes and there are some really hardcore moments in those shows. Check out the one where Neelix and Tuvok merge in a teleporter accident (becoming Tuvix lol). that story is utterly wrenching. 

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Black Mass - Scott Cooper (2015)

 

 

 

Loyalties and disloyalty within crooks and police. Some nice camera work and good scenery, but I loose interest half way and the movie becomes whimsical and pointless. Good make-up.

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