Colin Farrell really hates Bruges
Quentin goes easy on the violence but keeps the feet in this one. Great double cross thing going on
It’s a whodunnit. You see one, you’ve seen ‘em all. This one’s particularly good though
Saw this in IMAX for a special. It’s just iconic. Animatronics are better than CGI. That classic soundtrack. About ten shots of those oxygen tanks so we don’t forget they’re on the boat.. I love every moment of this film.
I don’t think Sean Bean says “bastard” in this film, which would’ve definitely bought it another star. All round an enjoyable film, even if you could see what was coming next for near enough the whole thing.
Spent the whole film thinking it looked familiar. Then “GREAT ASS” and it came flooding back. What a film!
I watched this movie in its native languages, with French subtitles. Difficult to understand that, but the film could still be understood. A great story that’s heart wrenching at times. Worth a watch for sure
This movie had great pace. Perhaps just highlighted because I’d watched Moulin Rouge the night before.
Hell of a cast, all at their best. Loved the escalation throughout.
Take your eyes off this for 30 seconds and you’ll miss about 25 important plot points. It really shifts!
I want to take his face 🤏 … off
Unexpectedly one of the funniest films of the year. Haven’t heard a whole cinema laugh like that in a long time. Side note: everything A24 touches right now turns to gold
If you lose a limb suddenly blood sprays out like a fire hydrant for at least 10 seconds
Think we could have another contender for film of the year on this one. I guess when we see something spectacular we all react differently, and pretty much every character did that in this film.
Am also waiting for my first monkey related nightmare
A fun film that’s very different to most of what I’ve seen released this year. A really quite impressive bag of cameos in here.
You could argue that this was Snakes on a Train
It’s so nice to watch a film that’s just a nice story. Brian invents an artificially intelligent robot called Charles. Charles is a child-like robot that loves cabbage, Honolulu and really wants to sit in the front. He’s also adorable.
Feels like there’s some Wallace and Gromit style inspiration buried somewhere in the film.
Love that it’s set in Wales, shame none of the three lead actors were Welsh, though.
“That’s a lovely feeling, thank you very much” - exactly my thoughts leaving the cinema after watching this film.
I swear Tom Hanks is doing the same accent here as he did in The Terminal.
I think the film spent a bit longer trying to get the audience to realise the “caught in a trap” thing than really showing us more about Elvis’ childhood and early career.
Overall one of the better recent biopics, though
This film was an absolute treat. Packed full of all the little intricacies that make the TV show great. Puns everywhere, Gene on fine form. Lost half a star for the animation occasionally being a bit jarring
Well now I’ve got to watch Paddington 2
Starting at the end of this movie was a bad idea in my opinion. We could’ve been left with more suspense throughout the whole thing if we didn’t know where it was leading.
That said, RW is outstanding in this film and it displays the range he had for all to see.
Severance for relationships. Cool. Not entirely what I expected it to be, arguably better. A big bag of emotion.
Could relax once I found the Pizza Planet truck.
Animation has come on such a ridiculous length in a short time. This is the most beautiful Pixar film yet. Funny, weirdly relatable and takes you on a bit of a journey like any Pixar film would. Not quite Inside Out but definitely up there.
I’m not sure what I was meant to leave this film thinking or feeling. Julie’s a long way from the worst person in the world, although I’m assuming she thinks she is.
Nicely shot, the chapter divisions work nicely. Story had me at the beginning but wavered in the final couple of chapters.
A beautiful film. Batman doesn’t really develop at all throughout the film though. It’s also a little long. The Riddler appears to have been styled on Rose West, which is weird.
A simple story of a remarkable bloke. Bonus points for getting Jim Broadbent to say “the greater good” a few times