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Wow, saw Awakenings last night, starring Robert de Niro and Robin Williams, great story, both actors were brilliant, but de Niro, really took it up a notch, definitly deserved an academy award for that acting. 9/10
Wonderful film Angelcake - it's in my all time top 10. It's all the more remarkable by being based on actual events. I read Oliver Sacks book 'Awakenings' many years ago and was totally blown away.
Hi Alice1914, thanks for the recommendation, saw it last night, great film. 9/10 It's brilliant to have a conversation thread here like this, it makes you aware of films that you might not have thought about at first. Anyone got any more? Films that you would rate at least 8/10.
Thanks for the reccomendation AndyBass, saw it last night. Great film, some great acting, and great story. Would have been a great ending if they had caught the killer in the end though. 8/10
Yep, how starnge is that? Tom Hardy was the only person seen in the whole film! A good film though, and shows what a great actor Tom Hardy is. I would rate Locke as a 8/10 Recommended to see.
Tom Hardy would make a brilliant James Bond, much better than Daniel Craig!
Hi Phil..yes you are right, I don’t just watch anything, I really enjoy films based on a true story, and there are certain actor if I see their name in the credits I don’t bother. I was a child of the cinema, we had 3 local cinemas, our parents took me and my sister 2 to 3 times a week in the fifties. Never lost the enjoyment.
The Mules a good film.
However, please let me remember to never watch a Quentin Tarantino film ever again! I've never really 'got' any of his films really, but I thought I would give him one last try and watched his film Jackie Brown last night, that made me totally convinced, what a disaster! The films really slow in places, confusing story line. Great actors like Robert de Niro, Samuel L Jackson and the brilliant Micheal Keaton, but that's it, I'll never watch a Quentin Tarantino film again. For a big star like Robert de Niro, his part was small and pitiful really! 1/10
Yep, I've seen it. A great film thoroughly recomended. 9/10
Any members here seen the film Oldboy ? Starring Josh Brolin, WOW, I won't say anything more than that, a phenomenal film in many ways, the story is very different to most films nowadays! 9/10 Anyone here seen it?