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Q: 2017/18 Carabao Cup Spurs (a)
a. It's Wembley we have a decent record on the hallowed turf a& all we need is another Maiga, win
b. There's no draws in this comp so what chance do we have, lose
c. Forget the game, we'll always be a laughing stock while those idiots in the Boardroom still own the Club, SELL SELL SELL
d. How great is this another game live on the box, so it's back down the Pub full kit on and roaring the boys onto another win, cut me and I bleed claret & blue

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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Swiss. 6:21 Mon Oct 23
Re: Films for 2017
Watched The first episode of Gunpowder., Excellent stuff.

So Guy Fawkes and the English conspirators were holed up in Brussels, Flanders.

Swiss. 5:00 Mon Oct 23
Re: Films for 2017
twenty million people. More like 30m min.

cup of tea 4:51 Mon Oct 23
Re: Films for 2017
Next on list for me is Geo Storm

chim chim cha boo 3:29 Mon Oct 23
Re: Films for 2017
I thought the new Bladerunner had some absolutely epic ideas and CGI. The score was great too especially in super-loud at the IMAX. Ultimately although it's definitely worth seeing (and on a big screen, not at home off a torrent site) I wouldn't want to sit through it again as it's fucking SLOW.

I went to see The Death Of Stalin on Saturday which is NOT that funny but very clever and sinister. It makes you think how unlucky the poor fuckers who lived under Stalin were after a war in which they lost twenty million people. Great storytelling and a few laughs. Very much worth seeing.

Swiss. 3:02 Mon Oct 23
Re: Films for 2017
Saw the Babysitter last night. Had that wtf moment 27mins in

Blunders 2:44 Mon Oct 23
Re: Films for 2017
Thought Blade Runner 2049 was excellent. Especially in iMax.

jonthehammer 9:39 Thu Oct 19
Re: Films for 2017
Didn't make the cinema last night so The Snowman is on ice until the weekend :)

zebthecat 12:02 Thu Oct 19
Re: Films for 2017
Went to see Blade Runner 2049 fearing the worst and was so happy that they were completely unfounded,
Saw in iMax 3D and it the most convincing dystopian world since Dredd. It looks beautiful and the glacial pacing makes the sudden bursts of violence more shocking, The pace reminded me of The Shining a bit.
My 14 year old son loved it too (we had watched the directors cut of Blade Runner the night before).
Thank fuck Denis Villeneuve directed it. On current form Ridley Scott would have produced a dog's dinner,

Takashi Miike 11:26 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017
Mr Anon, watched The Babysitter and thought it was pretty enjoyable and some bits very funny :.)

Mr Anon 3:20 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017
Talking of wtf, watched The Babysitter last night (Netflix film)

First film I've watched where I did literally say WTF at one point.

Mrs summed it up perfectly by saying "that was the best bad film I've seen in ages"

PS don't watch the trailer- it will ruin a lot of the WTF

Chinkey Weasel 3:04 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017
NS - I almost took up smoking weed again last night to get me through it. The missus thought it was funny. I'm still like wtf

Westham67 2:33 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017
Amityville the awakening

Had a few shit your pants moments missus was ok though

Swiss. 1:51 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017
Jon will be humming "We're walking in the air" not expecting a Scandie noir film. Tears at bedtime

jonthehammer 1:48 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017

Trevor B 12:47 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017

Spoiler alert!

He melts.

jonthehammer 12:41 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017
Off to see The Snowman tonight.

Report back tomorrow...

Northern Sold 11:57 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017
Absolute pile of shit wasn't it Chinky... I think everyone was off their nut on LSD when they filmed that pile of cess

Chinkey Weasel 9:30 Wed Oct 18
Re: Films for 2017
I watched Sausage Party last night. Wtf?

Son of Sam 6:02 Tue Oct 17
Re: Films for 2017
PD I watched Elle again recently and would give it a 7/10

Watched a cracking thriller I had never heard of last night called Stonehearst Asylum from a few years back some clever twists and would recommend 7.5/10

Only new one seen recently is Get Out and thats well worth a watch. Also watched a couple that if you have missed you should watch The Boondock saints 8/10, Mr Brooks 7/10 and The Assassination of Jesse James by the coward Robert Ford is excellent, great acting and visually excellent

Hammers1993 12:49 Tue Oct 17
Re: Films for 2017
Some more upcoming films that haven't been mentioned worth keeping an eye out for maybe:

Borg v McEnroe (Shia Labeouf, about their rivalry)

Thor: Ragnarok (Another comic book movie)

Breathe (Andy Serkis directional debut. Andrew Garfield in a true tragic story)

Murder on the Orient Express (Remake. Kenneth Branagh directs and stars as does Michelle Pfeiffer, Daisy Ridley, Judy Dench, Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, Willem Dafoe, basically a stellar cast)

Suburbicon (Coen Brothers, George Clooney directing, Matt Damon lead)

Wonder (Jacob Tremblay, from Room, stars as a child with facial differences. This kid should of been considered for the Oscar for Room)

Stronger (Jake Gyllenhaal in true story about Jeff Bauman who lost his legs in the Boston Marathon Bombing)

Swiss. 12:28 Mon Oct 16
Re: Films for 2017
Watched Atomic Blond on sunday. I thought it was very good. Some excellent convincing fight scenes and great 80s score. and a lesbo scene.What more could you want?

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