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Not a film as such but have just watched seasons one and two of Peaky Blinders.....could not stop watching it......fantastic! Have just ordered the full box set so I can see the last season :)
 
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King Arthur Legend of the Sword
I am quite sure that many people will find this film marvelous, but in this case I will stick to the classics and go for Excalibur by John Boorman. Ritchie's film has a Rocknrolla touch that does not fit in the Arthurian universe to me : Arthur has been raised in a brothel and is some kind of pimp and in the first 30 minutes I should have known that something was wrong when I saw David Beckham... Moreover, the bad guy at the end seems coming out a heavy metal album cover. Overall the film was very confusing to me.
 
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B-Movie: Lust & Sound in West-Berlin 1979–1989

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If you were in your teenage years like me in the very early 80ies and you did not had the plaisure to see this movie, do it. Brings so much memories back being a 16 year old punk in West Berlin. ;):)


About the movie:
Music, art and chaos in the wild West-Berlin of the 1980s. The walled-in city became the creative melting pot for sub- and pop-culture. Before the iron curtain fell, everything and anything seemed possible. B-MOVIE is a fast-paced collage of mostly unreleased film and TV footage from a frenzied but creative decade, starting with punk and ending with the Love Parade, in a city where the days are short and the nights are endless. Where it was not about long-term success, but about living for the moment - the here and now.

Found it in English only as stream on kinox.to.

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I've been a bit suspicious of zombie flicks since the rubbish that was World War Z but that does look good.
It really is excellent. I'm not a huge horror/zombie fan but it's really well done. I swore at the telly several times.
It's in a different league to World War Z.

It's free on Amazon Prime at the moment.
 
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Watched this last night. One word, relentless.
Have you watched I Saw The Devil?

Not a zombie film per se, but this film pushes the limits of hyper-violence... Breathtaking though (transgressive plot, multiple twists). At the middle of the film, I thought the director could not go further, but he did anyhow...
For (very) adult audience, definitely.

 
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Have you watched I Saw The Devil?

Not a zombie film per se, but this film pushes the limits of hyper-violence... Breathtaking though (transgressive plot, multiple twists). At the middle of the film, I thought the director could not go further, but he did anyhow...
For (very) adult audience, definitely.

I have yes but it was a few years ago. I do remember it being brutal. I also loved Oldboy.
 
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I introduced SWMBO to Good Will Hunting. I have not watched it in years and the Mrs has never seen it.

Whilst everyone knows Robin Williams was a brilliant comedian and comic actor, his performance in Good Will Hunting was well worthy of the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. Excellent film
 
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