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Re: What Did You Watch Last Night?

#3251 Post by distortthecode » Tue Oct 18, 2016 2:05 pm

Watched The Silence of the Lambs for the first time in about 6 years last night. Forever such an incredible film!

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Re: What Did You Watch Last Night?

#3252 Post by valda » Wed Oct 19, 2016 1:13 pm

raj101 wrote:Ripper Street. Addicted to the scripts. Its finishing.... again.

When is season 5 coming to BBC?
as its only just come onto Amazon, it will be some time I guess. vx
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#3253 Post by raj101 » Sat Nov 05, 2016 8:28 am

valda wrote:
raj101 wrote:Ripper Street. Addicted to the scripts. Its finishing.... again.

When is season 5 coming to BBC?
as its only just come onto Amazon, it will be some time I guess. vx
damn. the BEEB and Amazon are working us.


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Re: What Did You Watch Last Night?

#3254 Post by LoukiasMax » Mon Nov 07, 2016 11:17 am

Watched the latest episode of Modern family =D love that show

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Re: What Did You Watch Last Night?

#3255 Post by S_taylor81 » Mon Nov 21, 2016 7:38 am

Last night 20/11/2016 I watch Josh Tranks Chronicle. I generally enjoy found footage films but I loved this as it puts a new spin on FF films. The film gets pretty dark at stages but I really enjoyed following the guys transformations

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Re: What Did You Watch Last Night?

#3256 Post by Gavin » Wed Dec 07, 2016 12:41 pm

On Her Majesty's Secret Service
often underrated and overlooked.

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#3257 Post by Beate » Wed Dec 07, 2016 1:01 pm

I watched the first episode of "This Is Us" last night. It's fantastic, and such a clever twist at the end, bringing it all together! I can't wait what else they have in store.
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Re: What Did You Watch Last Night?

#3258 Post by wonderfullywackywebster » Mon Dec 12, 2016 8:37 pm

I watched Coraline last night! I've watched it so many times so it is quite comforting.

I do think it's a great film. From watching the special features you can see how much work went into production.

Think it's really easy to get sucked in the two realms of the film.

It's pretty scary for a children's film but very well done :)

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Re: What Did You Watch Last Night?

#3259 Post by raj101 » Tue Dec 13, 2016 12:31 am

Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency.

Despite being thoroughly nothing to do with Dirk Gently, and therefore threatening to be a complete waste of time for fans of DG, its actually watchable. Yet I underline that it is wholly nothing to do with Adams work except for having a kooky supernatural mystery edge to it. More American shows deserve this kind of offbeat direction, but they rarely get it. Its a true hybrid of Brit and American tv.

Biggest mystery for Dirk would be, why call this show Dirk Gently? It would have hung together fine as a show with a different more marketable name for the USA.

Damn, that Matt Smith effect is clearly still lingering. First Newt Scamander is a Matt Smith clone, now Dirk apparently is.
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Re: What Did You Watch Last Night?

#3260 Post by wonderfullywackywebster » Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:43 pm

Wes Anderson's Fantastic Mr Fox. A quirky little stop motion animation. Love the feel of Wes Anderson's films, this or Grand Budapest Hotel might be my favourite of his.

I have the film on DVD and the special features are quite informative. Love how laid back the production was when recording the voices . It was good to know that the voices were often recorded in similar locations to that of the film and the actors could chat back and forth. Really liked this as apposed to the typical isolated recording environment.

Loved the soundtrack and Jarvis Cocker's cameo haha.

The only aspect I wasn't sure about was the character of Bean. I can't remember the original book all the well but I remember Bean as being quite a bit different. Sort of less professional? However, in the film he is voiced by Michael Gambon and seems professional and smartly dressed. Might have a quick flick through the book so I can properly see what's so different about him.

But nevertheless, I still really enjoyed the film and will watch again! :)

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