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Cardboard Gangster on Netflix. Irish local gang rivalry film. I had to turn on subtitles as the Irish accent was so thick. Not bad.

Trying News of the World with Tom Hanks tonight.
 

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Have managed to squeeze in, between watching poxy Bridgerton, a couple of half decent films...
News of the World with Tom Hanks a gentle PC take on the western genre...
The Judge with Robert Duvall, Ironman and Billy Bob... A really good watch more than worthy of its 7+ IMDb rating...
 
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We really enjoyed watching This Happy Breed (1944) - this evening - recorded from Film4 couple of weeks back. If its on again we can recommend it. Story of a London family between WW1 and WW2 and fascinating insight into home-life and attitudes of the times with really interesting views of London (Clapham) in technicolour.
 
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Watched To Olivia on Saturday night, the story about Roald Dahl’s oldest daughter who died off measles.
A complex movie, judging by the story it’s something that he never got over, I thought there would be a bit more about his story writing as it was books I read growing up.
Definitely worth a watch in my opinion.
 

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Watched Tenet on Saturday. Completely daft concept and plot where you just need to stop even trying to understand it and blindly accept the film's internal logic I think. Had some good action scenes and good acting performances. I think I'm getting too old for films I have to concentrate on though. Inception was child's play compared to this.
 

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The Italian Job (remake). With Marky Mark.

Never seen it before, but it was on twice over the weekend and I watched it twice. Probably won’t remember much of it but was entertaining.
 
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Watched Larry Olivier's King Lear (1983) last night...dug up on YouTube - I can go back and re-read it now that I know what it's all about...not that it's a bundle of laughs...
 

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Some “classics” some “new”

Here is a full list of the movies being added to Amazon Prime in March 2021:



Ghostbusters II - March 1
Lion - March 1
Rogue - March 1
The Hooligan Factory - March 1
The Breakfast Club - March 1
The Witches - March 1

Argo - March 3

The Lincoln Lawyer - March 4

Hall Pass - March 5
Inception - March 5
The Mule - March 5
Backtrace - March 5

Magic Mike XXL - March 8

Edge of Tomorrow - March 10

Aquaman - March 12
Life in a Year - March 12
Domino - March 12

The Lucky One - March 14

Babe: Pig in the City - March 15
Hotel Transylvania 2 - March 15

The Senator - March 19
Papillon - March 19
War with Grandpa - March 19

Get Hard - March 21

*batteries not included - March 22

How to Be Single - March 23

The Notebook - March 24

Feedback - March 26
Call Me by Your Name - March 26
Chick Fight - March 26
The Bounty Hunter - March 26

xXx - March 28
 
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