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"Room" is a great movie too. incredible true story! all bases covered intense, laugh, feel sorry for the characters, happiness.

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I'm not a big TV or movie watcher but I watched The King (movie) on Netflix last week and I have to say it's the best film I've seen in some years.
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xandreu wrote:I'm not a big TV or movie watcher but I watched The King (movie) on Netflix last week and I have to say it's the best film I've seen in some years.
Very good indeed!





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phuketrichard wrote: Wed Oct 02, 2019 7:47 pm Image

its out now on torrents and netflix's
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I watched about half it last night, seemed good but the CG on the faces was a bit weird.
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Will have to check The Irishman out, recently just finished reading the book 'I heard you paint houses'.
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Gemini Man was okay.... for scary movies: Eli had a great unexpected twist, Ready or not was a funny and decent flick

I'm just at the beginning of watching once upon a time in Hollywood. hell of a cast.

unfortunately the Irishman is not on popcorn time.
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The Irishman was good. It would've been better if they had cast a younger actor to play during the flashback scenes. That was kind of weird. Excellent acting though, of course.
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Gator wrote: Sat Nov 30, 2019 9:56 pm The Irishman was good. It would've been better if they had cast a younger actor to play during the flashback scenes. That was kind of weird. Excellent acting though, of course.
That was what I found so strange. It was like watching great actors with Instagram filters.
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