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Bucky

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  1. Amazon Prime Video

    That was delightfully crap stuff. I bewilderingly got into this. Can't wait.
  2. La La Land

    Gosling is isolated from everyone to some extent or another. He judges us as a superior being.
  3. Blade Runner 2049

    What? The? Fuck? Was? That? As I rose, somewhat confused and shell shocked to the sound of the credits bwarping, I turned around to see my wife spontaneously giving the screen the wanker sign. I think in-between our reactions is the truth. Some sections are astonishing looking. It's just so luxuriant and textured and polarising. How the fuck did Villeneuve pull it off? I'm pleased he did somehow. So yeah. It's some Blade Runner ass Blade Runner.
  4. Blade Runner 2049

    Bwarrrrp. Orange. Bwarrrrp! Naked lady sign.
  5. Blade Runner 2049

    Oh man. Second attempt. Fell asleep again. The pacing is so soporific. And portentous. And this is coming from someone who fucking loves Drive... At one point when I was rewinding it after nodding off, I thought I'd paused it. Nope. Just Gosling being all still and dreamy. I'm going to crack it on Monday. Then watch it one morning when I've had coffee and can give it full adult brain.
  6. Blade Runner 2049

    Fell asleep. Gun seemed alright in the first scene. Update to come later.
  7. Blade Runner 2049

    I'm watching tonight. The guns had better be good.
  8. Venom - October 2018

    Can't tell if serious.
  9. Venom - October 2018

    Tom Hardy will be fine, but both Venom and Eddie Brock need to thrive off their hatred for Spiderman. Unfortunately for them, and the movie, the current Spiderman is a joyful lovable child. Which will basically resolve them down to being bullying cunts. Directed with Snyder like grace and a shit end CGI budget. It stinks of contractual obligation. And if those two words don't transfer into a perfect film, I don't know what will.
  10. the greatest line in cinema history is

    "I'm in my early 40's, so I'll have shuffled off this mortal coil by then, but I'm already telling my 8 year-old son to keep himself physically fit so that one glorious September morning in the year 2038 he can walk into the National Archives and find out what the CIA and the FBI knew. They may even push it back then. Hell it may become a generational affair, with questions passed down from father to son, mother to daughter. But someday somewhere, someone may find out the damned Truth." Costner's monologue is hyperbolic, factually unsound, deliberately inflammatory cobblers. Written by a maniac. But his delivery, conviction, integrity and the detail about his kids gets me every time.
  11. SOLO: A Star Wars Story

    The start of the trailer sounds like Close (To the Edit) by the Art of Noise.
  12. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom - 2018

    If my kids see that, they'll never sleep again.
  13. Altered Carbon - Netflix Cyberpunk

    That's not a spoiler. It's 15 seconds or less of dialogue incidental to the plot and never referred to again. This explanation is technically a bigger "spoiler" by that measure.
  14. Altered Carbon - Netflix Cyberpunk

    I like the hotel but it's not all coming together for me at the moment. The part in the very first episode where they resurrect a young girl into what looks like a crack addict's body was a proper throw away but sticking the needle in detail we all should appreciate.
  15. Vikings - A History channel original series

    I think it's running out of steam a bit. At least for me. The English stuff, which used to be the dullest now holds the most potential. Still mostly good stuff though.
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