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# 31 : Tuesday 12-9-2017 @ 21:50
 
 
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The Hitman's Bodyguard is good for a few laughs, story is ok, some of the stuntwork is excellent and it's not set in America!
Amsterdam looks amazing. Decent movie.

Saw it this evening. Agree with your thoughts also. Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds make a good double act.

Bit predictable is my only negative review.
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# 32 : Thursday 14-9-2017 @ 15:40
 
 
Seen Wonder Woman the other night and thought it was pretty average comic book fare and a little dull overall. I guess the sex appeal must be playing a big part in its success.
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# 33 : Thursday 14-9-2017 @ 19:28
 
 
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Seen Wonder Woman the other night and thought it was pretty average comic book fare and a little dull overall. I guess the sex appeal must be playing a big part in its success.

Nah, you're wrong. It wasn't Dark Knight amazing but it was far better than any of the other DC shit-fests and a really good super-hero film, as far as I'm concerned. You watched it wrong!
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# 34 : Friday 15-9-2017 @ 10:11
 
 
It wasn't Dark Knight amazing

There's only so much you can do with arm deflectors and truth lassos.

I thought Batman V Superman was quite good (at least the extended cut that I saw) but Wonder Woman was certainly better than the other recent DC movies. I'm just puzzled by its success I guess - in the US it grossed more than Captain America 3 which is a far superior movie. Worldwide is a different story thankfully.
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# 35 : Friday 15-9-2017 @ 14:21
 
 
Was Doctor Strange a DC film.? If it was, then it was head and shoulders above every other adaptation, light years ahead in fact.
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# 36 : Saturday 16-9-2017 @ 23:32
 
 
Just saw Mother! Biggest load of shite I've ever seen. Pure nonsense!
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# 37 : Sunday 17-9-2017 @ 03:06
 
 
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Was Doctor Strange a DC film.? If it was, then it was head and shoulders above every other adaptation, light years ahead in fact.

Doctor Strange is Marvel, it was amazing, I agree
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# 38 : Sunday 17-9-2017 @ 03:07
 
 
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There's only so much you can do with arm deflectors and truth lassos.

I thought Batman V Superman was quite good (at least the extended cut that I saw) but Wonder Woman was certainly better than the other recent DC movies. I'm just puzzled by its success I guess - in the US it grossed more than Captain America 3 which is a far superior movie. Worldwide is a different story thankfully.

I don't. I fucking loved it and watched it several times in the cinema.
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# 39 : Sunday 17-9-2017 @ 05:34
 
 
Is Wonder Woman still showing in the cinema? I still haven't got around to seeing it and must catch it before it ends its run. I've heard it's quite good and I worshipped the original WW series with Lynda Carter.
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# 40 : Sunday 17-9-2017 @ 07:45
 
 
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Just saw Mother! Biggest load of shite I've ever seen. Pure nonsense!

Ah I was hoping that would be good. Shite so.
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# 41 : Sunday 17-9-2017 @ 11:21
 
 
Is God's Own Country being shown in cinemas outside Dublin?
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# 42 : Wednesday 11-10-2017 @ 12:46
 
 
Its not in the cinema at the moment but for my sins I did watch the Emoji Movie last night

Yes it is terrible and stupid but I did notice the story line is the exact same as Inside Out
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# 43 : Wednesday 18-10-2017 @ 22:56
 
 
"Loving Vincent", apart from being an artistic masterpiece, it's a rollicking good detective story.
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# 44 : Sunday 29-10-2017 @ 20:39
 
 
I fucking loved Thor Ragnarok, it makes up for the rather meh first couple of instalments!

Just watched Breathe and Call me by your name today.

Breathe was fantastic and a real tear jerker with great performances. The other one was a pleasant surprise, first gay themed film I've seen in the cinema in years and it was great and very sexy as well as touching.
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# 45 : Monday 30-10-2017 @ 12:01
 
 
I saw Happy Death Day this weekend. It's pretty much the same 10 minutes replayed over 90 mins

It's great though


Video Link : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NTaDm3atkc
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