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Old Jan 30th 2014, 4:53 am
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Keanu (sp?) Reeves.

Apart from Point Break.
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You haven't see Gravity then?
I have, despite her. I still don't like her.

Visually it's a great film, but the plot isn't great. It's essentially the thing happens three times one after the other - lost in space, saved! x 3. Mweh.
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One of the greatest stories ever told. I stumbled across this one late night in bed recently. My wife didn't care for it and kept interrupting, but i'm fascinated by rags to riches stories.


Official selection of the Tribeca, SXSW and Los Angeles Film Festivals and the Sundance Film Festival Documentary of the Year 2012



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[QUOTE=Bahtatboy;11075917]The Wee Man. Glasgow gansters, based on a true story. In the fine British tradition of crime films. Available on Sky movies.[/QUOTE



True story according to whom?
Ferris family aspired to notoriety ( IMHO) similar to south of the border Krays.
I worked in pro bono law centres in Glasgow when this guy Paul (IMHO)
was trying to be 'made' in the cosanostra sense.
Please,don t spend money on the price of a ticket to see this film.

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I have, despite her. I still don't like her.

Visually it's a great film, but the plot isn't great. It's essentially the thing happens three times one after the other - lost in space, saved! x 3. Mweh.
I went with a science geek.
Bad move except for the fact he disliked it as much as me.
Completely differ t reasons of course, however I had to listen to
his nerdy reasoning

Both agreed the whole thing was crapola.
The Movie of course,not the theory.


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Old Feb 2nd 2014, 2:04 am
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The Wee Man. Glasgow gansters, based on a true story. In the fine British tradition of crime films. Available on Sky movies.[/QUOTE



True story according to whom?
Ferris family aspired to notoriety ( IMHO) similar to south of the border Krays.
I worked in pro bono law centres in Glasgow when this guy Paul (IMHO)
was trying to be 'made' in the cosanostra sense.
Please,don t spend money on the price of a ticket to see this film.
Worth a watch if downloaded for free though.
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Old Feb 3rd 2014, 7:54 am
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[QUOTE=Eva;11108300]
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The Wee Man. Glasgow gansters, based on a true story. In the fine British tradition of crime films. Available on Sky movies.[/QUOTE



True story according to whom?
Ferris family aspired to notoriety ( IMHO) similar to south of the border Krays.
I worked in pro bono law centres in Glasgow when this guy Paul (IMHO)
was trying to be 'made' in the cosanostra sense.
Please,don t spend money on the price of a ticket to see this film.
The credits, I didn't look deeper than that.
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Memo to the haters of Mr N Cage:

Face/Off has just started on Fox Movies............. superb.........
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Amongst all the hype about Hoffman (a tragedy admittedly) we have forgotten (or failed even to realise) that another great Oscar winner passed away at the weekend - Maximilian Schell. 'Judgement at Nuremberg' was magnificent.

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001703/

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Amongst all the hype about Hoffman (a tragedy admittedly) we have forgotten (or failed even to realise) that another great Oscar winner passed away at the weekend - Maximilian Schell. 'Judgement at Nuremberg' was magnificent.

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001703/
His obit was in te times today
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One of the greatest stories ever told. I stumbled across this one late night in bed recently. My wife didn't care for it and kept interrupting, but i'm fascinated by rags to riches stories.


Official selection of the Tribeca, SXSW and Los Angeles Film Festivals and the Sundance Film Festival Documentary of the Year 2012


http://youtube.com/watch?v=yq3MsultY8k
I watched this on an Emirates flight, well worth a watch. Amazing story.
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Old Feb 7th 2014, 7:43 pm
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Great to see Out Of Sight again on OSN this evening - the film that made Clooney and Lopez stars.........
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The Butler was very good. This is the one with Forrest Whittaker and Oprah Winfrey amongst a whole host of others. I'm specifying as they have been a few films by this title and this is called someone's name's (that I have forgotten) The Butler to differentiate.

Based on the true story of Cecil Gaines who worked as a butler at the White House over 20+ years.
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The Butler was very good. This is the one with Forrest Whittaker and Oprah Winfrey amongst a whole host of others. I'm specifying as they have been a few films by this title and this is called someone's name's (that I have forgotten) The Butler to differentiate.

Based on the true story of Cecil Gaines who worked as a butler at the White House over 20+ years.
Lee Daniels - he also directed that 'Precious With The Very Long Title' a few years ago.
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I watched this on an Emirates flight, well worth a watch. Amazing story.
just watched it...I actually cried (can't say at what point as that would spoil the whole thing)...which is rare for me to do
Really recommended.
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