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Q: 2017/18 Watford (a)
a. Moyes first game & like the postman he'll deliver, win.
b. A tough first game for Moyes it'll be a test alright & I expect a point, draw.
c. Different day and it'll be the same shit, lose.
d. We should be pleaed the football's back but after the last humiliation and the Board's ineptitude, my passion for WHU has been sucked out of me
e. I can't wait me, I'm our biggest fan and once again will be down the Rub a Dub kitted out and belting out David Moysie's Blue & Claret Army, I know all the songs me

Blunders 7:00 Sun Jan 1
Films for 2017
Top picks of films due for UK release in 2017:

Dunkirk (Chris Nolan)

Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson Fashion Project
(PTA and Daniel Day Lewis again, sign me up. Might end up being 2018 though)

Silence (new Scorsese, out today)

Star Wars episode VIII

Alien: Covenant

War for the Planet of the Apes

Blade Runner 2049

Manchester by the Sea

La La Land (I'm not usually a big musical fan but Whiplash from the same director was so good, and Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling are disgustingly talented so it might work)

The Handmaiden (Park Chan-Wook)

Kingsman 2: The Golden Circle

T2 Trainspotting (slightly concerned about this though)

The Dark Tower (Stephen King adaptation)

Baby Driver (Edgar Wright new film)

The Death of Stalin (Armando Iannucci)

Happy End (Michael Haneke's new film, if it comes out this year)

You Were Never Really Here (Lynne Ramsay new film)

Toni Erdmann (critical darling on the festival circuit in 2016)

Elle (Paul Verhoeven + Isabelle Huppert)

The Zookeeper's Wife

How to Talk to Girls at Parties

Ghost In The Shell (seems to be blasphemous for fans of the anime but might be fun)


Spiderman: Homecoming
The Lego Batman Movie
Justice League
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
Wonder Woman
Logan (Wolverine)

And even though it's TV, a special mention to the new series of TWIN PEAKS. Which I can't wait for.

NOT looking forward to: yet another Transformers film, yet another Pirates of the Caribbean film, the Emoji Movie (yes, seriously), Power Rangers, Baywatch....

You cunts?

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Mad Dog 7:03 Fri Nov 17
Re: Films for 2017
Just got back from seeing justice league.

Meh. Starts off awfully but improves

Bit of a mess in places, paper thin plot and some of the worst CGI ever put on screen

rubble 7:00 Fri Nov 17
Re: Films for 2017
Prevenge - very funny. Disco Dan is a top character.

JustAFatKevinDavies 6:16 Fri Nov 17
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LeroysBoots 6:10 Fri Nov 17
Re: Films for 2017
The first Paddington was a great film, I hear good things about the 2nd.

Off to see Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool tomorrow, they reckon Benning could be a shoe in for best actress at the Oscars

Takashi Miike 5:16 Fri Nov 17
Re: Films for 2017
Hugo Weaving's very pretty niece is in it

Hammers1993 4:37 Fri Nov 17
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Elrond's niece?

Swiss. 4:17 Fri Nov 17
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Babysitter is great fun. I like Elrond's niece. yummy

Gavros 3:02 Fri Nov 17
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I hated the first one.

this one is really, really good.

its got a bit of a bond storyline to it and Hugh Grant - of all people - is great in it.

Takashi Miike 3:00 Fri Nov 17
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the first paddington was funny

Gavros 2:59 Fri Nov 17
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I got roped into seeing Paddington 2 the other night (I managed to convince her to see Blade Runner but by the time we got there it was sold out).

Have to say it was a really enjoyable film.

Takashi Miike 2:56 Fri Nov 17
Re: Films for 2017
Netflix make a fair bit of crap but I watched one of their better films called 'I Don't Feel At Home In This World Anymore'. its a dark comedy directed by Macon Blair (Blue Ruin), stars Elijah Wood & David Yow (Jesus Lizard) and is superb

Hammers1993 12:39 Tue Nov 14
Re: Films for 2017
I saw 'Wonder' last night, it was a 2 week early preview screening.

Stars the boy from Room, Jacob Tremblay. Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson also star as his parents.

Tremblay's character is born with a disease which gives him facial differences and it is about him adjusting to life and starting school.

Great film with great performances.

Gavros 8:34 Sun Nov 12
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i preferred War Whores

Takashi Miike 6:26 Sun Nov 12
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The Babysitter on Netflix is still one of the best films I've seen recently. its great fun :.)

Northern Sold 6:07 Sun Nov 12
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War Hose is just brilliant.... gets better every time I watch it... fantastic testament on Rem' Sunday....

Love John Wick.... absolutely mentally enjoyable romp... do not fuck about with a man's dog.... ever

Mad Dog 5:17 Sun Nov 12
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Thor ragnarok was superb. Very funny

Private Dancer 5:16 Sun Nov 12
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'John is a man of focus, commitment, sheer will... something you know very little about. I once saw him kill three men in a bar... with a pencil, with a fucking pencil. Then suddenly one day he asked to leave. It's over a woman, of course. So I made a deal with him. I gave him an impossible task. A job no one could have pulled off. The bodies he buried that day laid the foundation of what we are now. And then my son, a few days after his wife died, you steal his car and kill his fucking dog. You should believe the stories about him, if anything, they are watered down''

Private Dancer 5:04 Sun Nov 12
Re: Films for 2017
I watched War Horse a year or so ago, very good.

Watched John Wick Chapter 2, now I know it's not meant to be taken seriously, but ffs this was well ott, he must have killed over 200 people. Decent watch still. Love Ian McShane in his gangster roles. 'Jonathan'

Far Cough 4:50 Sun Nov 12
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War Horse is on BBC 1 right now

Northern Sold 4:17 Sun Nov 12
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zico... yeah we saw the penultimate night at the London theatre for War Horse... absolute magnificent... the film is a great testament... the horses are Oscar candidates for me

zico 4:14 Sun Nov 12
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Northern Sold 4:10 Sun Nov 12

Took my mum to War Horse in London for her birthday a few years ago. Didn't think it would be my thing but I have never seen anything so brilliant on stage.

Good documentary on Sky Atlantic recently about Spielberg. Fascinating to think that if the shark had actually worked properly then Jaws or indeed Spielberg may not have been the success that they were.

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