Discussion in 'General Chat' started by slick, Aug 6, 2011.
At what point in the film did she start switching off because I don't recall a rest point, it just keeps dragging you in.
Women. Odd fuckers.
Watched a couple of episodes last year sometime but just couldn't get into it, is it worth persevering?
65 - season 1
80 - season 2
98 - season 3
...it was the glowing reviews for season 3 that got me interested in the first place.
Cheers Seen, will do.
The 3 new episodes of The League of Gentlemen were excellent too.
I thought the same too when an old friend of mine recommended it to me over Christmas, It turned out to be the best laugh I've had watching a film for a long while.
Admittedly there were times when I didn't have a clue what the fuck was going on, although I guess that's no surprise for a show from the same guy who created Lost. I'm not usually keen on shows with supernatural / mystical themes but this was very different as much of it is left ambiguous and for the viewer to decide upon. Fantastic acting throughout, especially from the impressive Carrie Coon.
If you haven't a clue what's going on then I've got no chance of the misses watching and getting into it.
Seen, have a bash at Tucker and Dale, Mrs Seen will love it.
One of the best films i have seen for a long time.
In a nutshell , middle aged divorcee Francis Mcdormand hires three billboards outside her home town complaining about the local sheriff and his investigation into the death of her daughter , really dark comedy with some great acting , few twists and turns along the way , Woody Harrleson and Sam Rockwell deserve a special mention.
Actually all three main actors are fantastic.
Ending was a bit strange though
If anybody's thinking of watching Dunkirk, don't it's shite.
Watched this tonight and really enjoyed it, agree about the acting.
Here's a review from The Independent which is possibly the worst review I've ever read of anything. The author clearly has a massive 'anti-white man' chip on his shoulder, thankfully he rightly gets slated by every single person in the comments below it. (Don't read it if you intend to see the film as it reveals what happens).
He sounds like a right prick, not because he's queer and not because he's a muslim, but because he's a prick.
"As a queer Muslim living in an increasingly xenophobic Britain" - fucking hell, he's lucky he's not living in the 80's
Afterwards I watched 'The Killing of a sacred deer' with Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrel, I thought with a couple of famous actors featuring it'll be a good flick, how wrong I was, It's the biggest load of fcuking garbage I've ever seen, no doubt the Muslim queer will think it's a belter.