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    The neighbours sequel is work a watch too. Maybe not as funny, but has a better heart to it.
    Definitely a surprise entry in the "decent comedy sequel" category
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    Nice one, I had no idea there was a sequel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    The neighbours sequel is work a watch too. Maybe not as funny, but has a better heart to it.
    Definitely a surprise entry in the "decent comedy sequel" category
    Saw this post and thought it was from the Box Sets thread.....was seriously questioning you and life in general tets.
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    I don't think I've watched an entire episode of Neighbours in the last 20 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    I don't think I've watched an entire episode of Neighbours in the last 20 years.
    Just the highlights then? Same as meself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tetsujin1979 View Post
    I don't think I've watched an entire episode of Neighbours in the last 20 years.
    But, everyone needs good neighbours. With a little understanding.
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    You can find the perfect blend Nigel.
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    They've been occasionally known to become good friends.

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    A Quiet Place (2018). Was on RTE 2 tonight. A sci-fi horror from John Krasinski. Probably the least amount of spoken dialogue I've ever seen in a film, but a fairly gripping watch from start to finish. Well worth a watch
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    Who is this Oppenheimer and why is his movie so long.

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    Mission Impossible ,Better than expected and a good bit of escapism,this series of films either does or doesn't do it for you and this one certainly doesn't let the franchise down.

    8.5/10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crosby87 View Post
    Who is this Oppenheimer and why is his movie so long.
    Really?

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    I'm kidding. I used to work with Dorothy Vanderford, nice person.

    So who's seen Barbie? Can't wait.

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    Watched a couple of movies last night.

    Uncut Gems - Adam Sandler puts in a good turn as a messed up, jeweller and gambling addict who is in trouble with the mafia and keeps making worse and worse decisions. It is a chaotic film, no quiet moments and at times made me feel uncomfortable with its intensity - but would recommend.

    Baby Driver - good cast, great soundtrack and I’m a bit of a sucker for Edgar Wright movies (and Lily James). Feels like a play sometimes but a play with some brilliant car chase scenes and a good bit of violence. Yeah, I liked this a lot.

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    Having not been to the cinema in ages, I've recently gone to see Oppenheimer, Barbie and A Haunting in Venice.

    A Haunting in Venice the weakest of the three, still entertaining enough, but I don't think you'd miss out on anything by watching it on TV. Probably a 6 or generous 7 out of 10.

    I really enjoyed Barbie. It's maybe not as deeply profound as made out to be by some, but it's good fun and I thought it got the balance of having a message but still being funny about right. I'd watch it again and it was a 7.5 or so out of 10.

    Oppenheimer didn't feel like over 3 hours long, which is maybe the biggest complement I could give it. Had more lighter moments than I expected, or maybe I've just got an odd sense of humour. It builds tension well and the timelines are not too disconcerting to follow. Downey Jr and Murphy are both excellent. It's a good 8 out of 10 and I'd say it's one that really benefits from being on the big screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by passinginterest View Post
    Having not been to the cinema in ages, I've recently gone to see Oppenheimer, Barbie and A Haunting in Venice.

    A Haunting in Venice the weakest of the three, still entertaining enough, but I don't think you'd miss out on anything by watching it on TV. Probably a 6 or generous 7 out of 10.

    I really enjoyed Barbie. It's maybe not as deeply profound as made out to be by some, but it's good fun and I thought it got the balance of having a message but still being funny about right. I'd watch it again and it was a 7.5 or so out of 10.

    Oppenheimer didn't feel like over 3 hours long, which is maybe the biggest complement I could give it. Had more lighter moments than I expected, or maybe I've just got an odd sense of humour. It builds tension well and the timelines are not too disconcerting to follow. Downey Jr and Murphy are both excellent. It's a good 8 out of 10 and I'd say it's one that really benefits from being on the big screen.

    Very enjoyable considering how bad it could and probably should have been. I feared the worst but the concept was good for a movie about a toy. Watching Margot Robby is never dull.....ditto Ryan Reynolds tbf.....

    Haven't seen Oppenheimer yet. Thanks for reviewing.
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    Indiana Jones and The Dial of destiny :Got a bit of a mauling by the Hacks but I thoroughly enjoyed it,I thought they were going to go mad with the de-ageing process but thank God they didn't and normality returned for the rest of the movie. 8/10

    Barbie : I can't put into words how bad I found this,watched about 30 minutes and abandoned ship.Just over my head I suppose.


    Meg 2 : Exactly as you would expect with a rerun of Part 1 with bells and whistles,if you like this kind of crash bang wallop you'll enjoy 6/10

    The Popes Exorcist: Russell Crowe chews the scenery a bit in the title role but entertaining on the whole,I think partly shot in Ireland 6.5/10

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