- Mar 11, 2008
- Reaction score
Yeah watched it at the cinema. Being a War Thuder World of Tanks fan, I liked the bit fighting the Tiger. It wasn't the greatest movie but deffo worth watching.
I really enjoyed it as well. Another good Tank movie is Lebanon: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1483831/
It'll be interesting to see how the last movie handles an act of sickening violence on a massive scale in the last book and still keeps the certificate PG-13/12A.Hunger Games - Mockingjay Part 1
Not bad at all, but suffers from 'Part 1' syndrome - no real tension at all, and a definite lack of pacing. Such a shame as I really enjoyed the first two instalments. I'd much rather a four-hour epic finale than a two-parter.
I've got the novels somewhere, I really should read them.
Great film.Going back a bit to the 70s, Capricorn One, with two Mr Streisands battling NASA to uncover their fake Mars landing plot. Good fun conspiracy from the decade the subject really took off, plus some incredible plane stunts at the end. And for the hell of it, Telly Savalas!
Excellent film. First saw it when I was a kid, haunted me.A Spanish film that won awards in 1972, 'The Phone Box' was a whispered about phenomena amongst the rogue traders during the video nasty years over a decade later and so was traded with equal respect alongside more famous titles ... if you've got a spare 36 minutes, this is a masterpiece of visual story telling .. I feel Rod Sirling and Alfred Hitchcock would have approved
haha a bit crap but deffo worth a watch!I really want to be excited about this and I'll reserve judgement until I watch it .. a National Lampoon's Vacation reboot except this time Clark's son Randy is all grown up and tries to re-create that trip to Wally World ... Mr and Mrs Griswold are in the trailer ..... we at least get a little bit more Chevy Chase as Clark in this clip. Fingers crossed.
Kenny Loggins was Footloose/Lindsay Buckingham was Vacation. Anyway, the trailer looks crude and I didn't laugh once. Might give it a miss unless it's Chevy wrapped in the rug on top of the car.Only if they re-use Kenny Loggin's Holiday Road song ... or I'm going to get judgemental
Lindsey Buckingham also composed a tune for The Breakfast Club ... John Hughes (RIP) was clearly fond of him.Kenny Loggins was Footloose/Lindsay Buckingham was Vacation. Anyway, the trailer looks crude and I didn't laugh once. Might give it a miss unless it's Chevy wrapped in the rug on top of the car.