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What Was The Last Movie You Watched? Movie 

Jess

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What was the last movie you watched? Write a little bit about it, whether you liked it or not, if you like 😏

Margin Call. Stanley Tucci, a sour-faced Demi Moore, Kevin Spacey, Paul Bettany, and Jeremy Irons, who is very good.

They managed to make a potentially tedious topic (the stock market) quite engaging. No action - just guys in suits talking. I slightly got the impression they may have been copying Glengarry Glen Ross - it's probably not as good as that, but I liked it.
 

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Watched Prisoners last night and really enjoyed it. Hugh Jackman isn’t happy with the police (Jake Gyllenhaal) investigation into his daughter’s disappearance so decides to run his own.

It’s a slow (and long) one admittedly with a plot hole or two but I found it was beautifully shot, well written and very well acted
 

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The Wolverine - wanted to watch the second to last film with Hugh Jackman playing Wolverine. Just as great as I remembered.
 

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Watched Prisoners last night and really enjoyed it. Hugh Jackman isn’t happy with the police (Jake Gyllenhaal) investigation into his daughter’s disappearance so decides to run his own.

It’s a slow (and long) one admittedly with a plot hole or two but I found it was beautifully shot, well written and very well acted
That's a great film but not an enjoyable film given the subject matter
 

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One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest. What can be said, arguably my favourite movie.
 

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Battleship - albeit not the greatest film in terms of plot, nothing like watching a movie based on a Hasbro game that somehow morphed into human naval ships fighting alien ships.
 

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Tremors. Kevin Bacon has a square go with some scary underground monsters. I caught this on one of the Freeview channels there. This is a film that I will usually watch when it comes on. I can't think of a more enjoyable trashy b movie.
 

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The Bone Collector. Watched it again last night just to compare it to the TV version, there's quite a lot from the film that they've used on TV. The film is excellent even if you already know the outcome
 

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Restless Natives. Class. Two young lads from Edinburgh become local heroes when they start robbing tourist buses with a toy gun and masks. Excellent 80s film.
 

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Lost In Translation. A film almost as beautiful as it's soundtrack.
 

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