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    Deadpool 8.5/10 (You just gotta love him)
    X-Men: Apocalypse, 7.5/10.

    Sorry Sister, I do like LOUDER / refuse to see any movie made before the 80's. Cool that you do though (and I'm impressed that you went polite on Evan, I wouldn't be able to bring up the patience for that guy).

    And Free Dippy, afaik advising people to buy henchmen is a pretty smart idea / shouldn't be moderated.
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    Deadpool 8.5/10 (You just gotta love him)
    X-Men: Apocalypse, 7.5/10.

    Sorry Sister, I do like LOUDER / refuse to see any movie made before the 80's. Cool that you do though (and I'm impressed that you went polite on Evan, I wouldn't be able to bring up the patience for that guy).

    And Free Dippy, afaik advising people to buy henchmen is a pretty smart idea / shouldn't be moderated.
    Hey there, I don't refuse to watch modern films, but it would be so nice if they laid off the reverb. Remember all those 80s records which are tough to listen to now because of the awful production techniques used back then; I suspect the same might happen with films if the tide should turn at some point.

    Is Dippy banned still? I'm appalled. Let him out!
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    Battles Without Honour And Humanity (Kinji Fukasaku, 1973) 10/10

    This film and its four sequels are sometimes called the Japanese "Godfather". A groundbreaking, documentary style Yakuza movie series based on the testament of a real Yakuza member as published in a series of articles in a newspaper. There are a lot of characters in here so I'll probably need to see it again to really get my head around everything.
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    American Gangster: 8/10.

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    Dead Silence: 2/10

    Horror movie, but too predictable and the dialogue was boring.

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    Kind Hearts And Coronets (Robert Hamer, 1949) - 10/10

    Probably the most perfect of the Ealing Comedies. Not an ounce of padding, and not one but two delicious twists at the end.
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    13 Hours - The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi 10/10. One of the best movies I've seen in a very long time.

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    The New World (Terrence Malick, 2005) - on first viewing 7/10 but that could easily improve. Very beautiful as with any Malick film.
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    Blade Runner: 9/10

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    Citizen Kane (Orson Welles, 1941) - 10/10
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    To Kill A Mockingbird (Robert Mulligan, 1962) - 10/10
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    Ivan's Childhood (Andrei Tarkovsky, 1962) - 10/10

    Tarkovsky's first 'real' film, and one he had to make with only half the allotted budget after a previous director spent the other half on footage that was rejected.
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    Paris, Texas (Wim Wenders, 1984) - 10/10
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    Blade Runner (Ridley Scott, U.S. theatrical release version 1982) - 9/10

    Loses a point for the Hollywood 'happy ending' imposed on the director!
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    The Drop 9/10

    Tom Hardy is outstanding, James Gandolphini's last role.

    This turned out far better than I thought it would. And in the end, you learn that things weren't necessarily as portrayed as in the beginning. I haven't been fooled in the end of a movie since the Usual Suspects like I did in this one. I loved it.

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