What was the last film you watched?


Currently watching
Man from Earth

One of my favourite movies and this must be like 5th time I am watching it.


Dr strange. Meh.


We Are Your Friends (2015)

Always wanted to watch this as it looked kinda similar to Entourage which I loved. The film didn’t disappoint! really enjoyed it and it had the bonus of having Emily Ratajkowski as the main girl in it :heart_eyes: :heart_eyes:

Spoiler if you ever intend on watching. Also had one of the guys dying of an MDA overdose which I did not expect.


Arrival (2016)

Great film, I really enjoyed it. Don’t think it’s for everyone though. It’s nearly crept into IMDB’s Top 100 all-time. Impressive.


I bet im one of those it wont be for. :slight_smile:

I’ve been watching a fair few documentaries lately. Real stories are just grabbing me a bit more I guess. Two I watched recently are Man vs Snake which is about a guys attempt to recapture his world record in 80s arcade classic Nibbler and Queen Mimi which is about a homeless lady who has “lived” in a laundromat in Hollywood for the last 20+ years but has ended up being friends with lots of people including Zack Galifinakis. Id highly recommend both. :slight_smile:


You’d like King of Kong I reckon, excellent documentary about old school gaming with some very bizarre characters.


Cheers, will check that out. Another one I’d highly recommend is Atari: Game Over. Its based around a guy trying to get to the bottom of whether or not all the unsold ET cartridges got buried in the desert.


Don’t Breathe.

Very good film with a very good flow to it, lots of suspense. especially when you think a scene is over but isn’t. great camera work, very good acting, especially from Stephen Lang who all too often i find to be a very wooden actor.

Hoping to walk away with a massive fortune, a trio of thieves break into the house of a blind man who isn’t as helpless as he seems.


Went to the cinema yesterday to watch the new sci-fi Arrival. I was really looking forward to it, but left a little disappointed.

It’s very well acted and directed, and definitely better than most sci-fi, so I did quite like it, but the essential premise didn’t quite work for me, and the depiction of China as the new crazy cold war Russians didn’t really feel right either, not to mention a bit fucking racist.

Maybe a 7 out of 10. Probably get Oscars though.


Caught the last hour or so of Wedding Crashers after the match as I chanced upon it on the telly. I’d forgotten how much I love that film


Christopher Walken and Rachel McAdams would nearly cheer you up after that shit show.


It was this film that inspired my lasting crush on Rachel McAdams :heart_eyes:

And Christopher Walken is the fucking man.


Honestly. These are probably really good, but based on the descruption… :sob:

Edit: god knows what emoji suits this. Tongue in cheek, not rude.


Ah mate. Rachel McAdams. FIT.


Toni Erdmann (2016)

An aging man who doesn’t get to see much of his workaholic daughter travels to Romania where she is working as a consultant in order to try to reconnect with her. Utilising a bizarre alter ego, he follows his daughter around as she meets friends, works and hosts parties. Annoying her every step of the way.

Seems to have a rather big reputation atm but I just didn’t get it. I watched it to the end so obviously I didn’t hate it, just didn’t really grab me. Probably give it another watch a few months down the line and see what I think then.


I watched High Rise yesterday. I was encouraged by the first half an hour or so but it really went to shit after that imo. It was a bit of a mess.


That’s the Hiddlestone one isn’t it. Think I felt the same way, was enjoying the set up then it turned into some hacky British cinema disaster.

Waste of a lot of good actors.


Wristcutters: A Love Story (2006)

Zia, a young man just dumped by his girlfriend commits suicide and is sent to a place of purgatory where suicides go where he meets a quirky Russian man Eugene who becomes his friend. Shortly after his arrival, Zia discovers his ex-girlfriend also committed suicide shortly after him. Upon hearing this he persuades his Russian friend to take to the road to look for her.

During their travels they meet Mikal, a girl who, convinced she doesn’t belong there, travels around looking for the P.I.C (people in charge) so she can be restored back to her life.

One of those quirky, weird films that although about a dark topic, manages to be quite funny. Enjoyed it until the end.


Almost Famous (2000)

A young boy who wants to be a music journalist tours the country on Rolling Stone magazine’s dime pretending to be an adult and is tasked with writing a piece about the Stillwater band in 1973.

“turning back, she just laughs, the boulevard is not that baaad.”

Baked in Brooklyn (2016)

Some nerdy dude quits his cushy job, then sells weed after advertising on the internet.


So you’re saying he trades in his cushy job for a kushy job?