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I thought it was a well acted film with a lot of action in it. It also had many strands to it perhaps too many you had to p*y attention to follow what was happening and i can't pretend i fully understood it. All in all i would give it a 7/8 out of ten.
I saw this today on a rare friday off with a friend i enjoyed it. I found it funny, heartwarming and moving with some good lessons in it for children. I would give it about 7 to 8 out of ten. Also enjoyed the voice acting of Chris Pratt and Tom Holland.
Not long back from watching an advanced screening of this i enjoyed it for what it was a sporting underdog story giving its owners hope that was thin on the ground in every day life and triumphing through adversity. Won't win anything but a enjoyable film with likeable characters would give it about...
- Sun Feb 23, 2020 6:05 pm
- Forum: Expired Stuff
- Topic: Military Wives - Monday 24th February - SIF
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There are more screenings of Military wives with the code TWF51k at vue cinemas most locationschave a waiting list except 4 which are Bristol, Cardiff, Norwich and West Thurrock.
I enjoyed this i have seen very similar films to this eg fishermans friends but i enjoyed seeing the relationships between the women and getting a bit of a perspective on what it must be like for them. I found it quite moving and poignant in parts because of the subject matter. 7/10 i think is fair.
Saw this today thankfully did not spend money on it as an austen fan i was disappointed with this version even the proposal from mr knightley was spoiled and how the story was told fell flat for me. I much prefer the original film version and also enjoy kate beckinsale in the role. Don't waste your ...