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JamesR

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great film James - have you seen the sequal? I haven't yet but have it ready
Yes, I've seen all 3 - I had a bit of a Hong Kong period when I was a member of the old Love Film scheme.
The sequal and prequal are both good, but not a patch on the original.

For A Better Tomorrow is another good series.
 

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We watched Greenland last night.
Good exciting film with a few twists along the way.
I watched this the other day. Mix of good, corny and intensity, leaving me with a sense of foreboding about our place in the universe.

Speaking of intense, A Vigilante on Amazon was a good, but hard, watch. Topic was domestic abuse and her road to revenge and redemption. Not the happiest of film, yet well done.
 

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The Gentlemen on Prime, enjoyed it.
Did anyone else e who watched it thought Hugh Grant had modelled his character with a touch of Ricky Gervais ?
 

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Fantasy Island. Schlock horror loosely based on the old tv series. Not really a horror, I don't do horror, with some nice nods to the past. A particularly good closing scene for those who remember.

When we are scraping the barrel for film to watch right now this was not the worst
 
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I love Kubrick's Barry Lyndon but never been able to persuade my Mrs to watch it. However...given how much she enjoyed watching Bridgerton I think she might now be convinced it's worth watching. And as I recently recorded it...:)

It truly is a great and especially beautiful looking film. As some comment about it - there are so many scenes that you could pause, take a snapshot, and you'd have something like a Gainsborough painting.
 
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