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Finally got round to seeing Neds. Better than i thought it would be, I thought it would be all just gangland/glue/broken home stuff but more about growing up, friends, fitting in, with just a bit of gang/glue/home mixed in.

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7 minutes ago, fringo said:

A Man called Horse ? Not heard of the one you mention.

Cheers.

Different movie

Man in the Wilderness was another of Harris's films of that era

Believe Dennis Waterman is in it too - but he didnt write the film score ...

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1 minute ago, Ally Bongo said:

Different movie

Man in the Wilderness was another of Harris's films of that era

Believe Dennis Waterman is in it too - but he didnt write the film score ...

:lol:

Thanks for the info. Cinematography isn't really a selling point if that's the best it's got to offer.

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1 minute ago, fringo said:

:lol:

Thanks for the info. Cinematography isn't really a selling point if that's the best it's got to offer.

What i was meaning is that it's basically the same story - but obviously upgraded to current day filming (and acting) techniques

So if you dont know the story then give it a go

Quite harrowing in parts

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Just now, Ally Bongo said:

What i was meaning is that it's basically the same story - but obviously upgraded to current day filming (and acting) techniques

So if you dont know the story then give it a go

Quite harrowing in parts

ok. cheers again.

Although I'll now be looking out for a younger version of Dennis Waterman to appear (maybe in a bear costume?).

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Watched the latest star wars last night, 100 times better than any of the non original 3. Could do with a decent baddie tho Kylo Ren looks about as scary as one of the inbetweeners

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"you were never really here" a hour and a half of joaquin phoenix mumbling around in the dark and hitting people with a hammer

cant believe this pile of turd got good reviews, utter utter shi.te

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Watched "The Disaster Artist" at the weekend.  Based on the true story of the making of the film "The Room" back in the early 90s, widely regarded as one of the worst films ever made and one that subsequently now has a massive cult following.  I really enjoyed it!  James Franco is excellent as the eccentric and downright weird Tommy Wiseau who funded, produced, wrote, directed and "starred" in the movie in question.  It's such a bizarre story and he's such a mysterious character that you can't help getting absorbed in to it.

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