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    Well despicable me 3 was excellent. None of this high brow film rubbish going on in our house!

    Also watched Young Offenders on netflix last night, excellent and very funny!! (watch if you like Twin Town)
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    Just re-watched the first Xmen. Funny watching it again and seeing the difference between that and the rest of them. Wolverine ends up in two comas which isn't consistent with the follow on films.

    And recently watched Logan which had a massive inconsistency with X-men Origins; Wolverine. All to do with an adamantium bullet. In Origins it would apparently only wipe his memory as he heals, in Logan it would kill him...
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    Think everyone is trying to forget that Origins existed, especially with what they did to deadpool

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    SPOILER ALERT Dunkirk

    Saw Dunkirk last night at standard cinema, might be the first who didn't absolutely love it, I enjoyed it but the dogfighting wasn't shot that well imo, the ditching footage was good. Expected more of an epic but got a fairly grim series of personal roles in a modern directorial style. The story of the kid who came along on the small boat to help but got walloped by the shell shocked survivor was odd.
    Didn't really understand that the German army didn't advance because we were told the Luftwaffe could finish it, yet all we saw were a few stukas at the beach anyway that generally carry one bomb which was useful for hitting boats and jetties but not targeting masses of soldiers particularly. It was good that there wasn't some needless romantic tale thrown in though. They could/should have had one of the mini stories coming from the German side advancing on Dunkirk for balance and explain their position a bit more. They said they got 30,000 off the beach but there were still 300,000 to go, it's like the Germans let them leave in advance of a full blown attack on the UK but that wasn't conveyed in the film. You need to know the full history of the event before watching the film I think, not just common knowledge that little boats rescued soldiers. Film too short as well.

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    Guardians of the galaxy 2, didn't disappoint

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    Hacksaw Ridge... Top film...

    Should've watched it in old duffer vision though...
    As in 4K, it didn't feel the super sharp/clean image suited the subject...
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    Double bill tonight...

    The Fits, very interesting, worth a watch and I'd like to know your theories on it.

    Second up...

    Life, Animated, blimey, blew us all away, I knew it was gonna be good but it far exceeded our expectations.
    I dare anyone to watch this and not shed a tear or two, utterly astounding story, an absolute masterpiece of film making.
    The saying is bandied around a lot but this is a must watch film, one of those which will live with you for a long time.
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    Straight Outta Compton. Film about rap group NWA, featuring the starting careers of Dr Dre and Ice Cube. Really good biopic.
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    Logan. Not bad.

    Terminator + Madmax = Logan.
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    The Hitman's Bodyguard. Disappointing. Should have been a funny buddy movie but it looked like too many improvised scenes, not enough script reviews. Too much swearing, no really, lots of violence. There is some good humour in there and it could have been a good film but it isn't. Salma Hayek, hubba hubba. What a woman.
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