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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion

Hammers1993 4:52 Fri Jan 5
2018 Movies
Another year of some good movies to look forward to:

- Molly's Game

- All the Money in the World

- Hostiles

- Darkest Hour

- Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

- Coco

- The Post (Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Meryl Streep)

- Downsizing

- 12 Strong

- Phantom Thread (PTA, Daniel Day Lewis)

- Untitled Cloverfield Sequel

- Fifty Shades Freed (One to keep the Mrs happy lads)

- Black Panther

- Lady Bird

- Annihilation

- I, Tonya

- Wonder Wheel

- Ready Player One

- A Quiet Place

- The New Mutants

- Avengers: Infinity War

- Solo: A Star Wars Story

- Deadpool 2

- Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

- Sicario 2: Soldado

- Incredibles 2

- Alita: Battle Angel

- Mission Impossible 6

- Ant-Man and the Wasp

- The Predator (Shane Black Directing. Lethal Weapon writer, The Nice Guys/Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Director)

- The Equalizer 2 (Denzel Washington's first ever sequel)

- Venom

- Johnny English 3

- The Jungle Book (Andy Serkis Directing and Starring. Christian Bale, Cate Blanchett, Benedict Cumberbatch. To be shot using Motion Capture)

- First Man (Damien Chazelle, director of Whiplash, La La Land. About Neil Armstrong first man to walk on the moon. Ryan Gosling is Neil)

- X-Men: Dark Phoenix (Follow on to the X-Men First Class, Days of Future Past, apocalypse movies)

- Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindlewald

- Ralph Breaks the Internet: Wreck-It Ralph 2

- Mortal Engines

- Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (Animated movie about Miles Moralis Spider-Man from the looks of the trailer. Features Liev Schreiber, Mahershala Ali from Moonlight)

- Aquaman

Anything else you lot are looking forward to seeing?

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Swiss. 6:59 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
Being watching the French Sci-Fi series Missions. Excellent stuff.

Top Iron 6:18 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
There ‘s only one movie I’m interested in this summer. Let’s hope it lives up to the hype.


Joe C 4:36 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
No, couldn't stand La La Land - never got what all the fuss is about at all

Northern Sold 4:23 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
Hang on Joe did you not champion La La Land when it came out?? At least my gay fest has bearded women in it...

... anyway still my film of the year is Lean on Pete... Genius... 9.91/10

Joe C 2:53 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
Sounds like you pound arse now Sold. So sad

scott_d 2:31 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
I watched 2 films this weekend:

Light hearted, not taken too seriously and enjoyed not having to think too hard.

3 Bilboards
Really enjoyed this, some laugh out loud moments and some great characters.

Northern Sold 2:05 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
Lot of deniers out there... just have to go with the flow Gents... The Greatest Showman kicks arse

Joe C 1:49 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
Ag x3

Unfortunately no, would have been preferable to The Greatest Showman by far

Mad Dog 1:46 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
Joe c

A sing along version of SOLO?

Swiss. 1:10 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
Liked Deadpool 2.

Northern Sold 12:04 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
La La Land = SHIT

Greatest Showman = Good ol' fashioned musical

Takashi Miike 11:29 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
i like musicals but i could only stand ten minutes of that, had to turn it off. same with that lala land shite

Joe C 11:25 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
There's a singalong version? It's very important my wife never learns of this

Manip 9:41 Mon Jun 4
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Joe C

I am still in recovery after my traumatic experience.

It was the "Sing Along" version I sat through with my daughter, had kids singing all around me. She loved it though which was the main thing, I certainly earned my Dad points, that's for sure..

Joe C 9:16 Mon Jun 4
Re: 2018 Movies
I had The Greatest Showman inflicted on me last night (Mrs C’s choice of film) - can we set up some sort of survivors club, help each of us that’s been forced through it out? What’s the WHO fund doing these days?

Saw Solo last weekend, given its troubled production I was surprised it was as good as it was - but then Ron Howard is always a safe pair of hands. It’s not one that’s going to stand up to repeated viewings, but it’s fun and it made me smile a lot - much needed after Rian Johnson’s awful The Last Jedi

FruityBoots. 3:41 Sun Jun 3
Re: 2018 Movies
Saw SOLO the other night, it was alright actually. Fella didn’t overplay the character and there was just enough of the Star Wars look to the film again without over doing it. Pleasantly surprised.

Mad Dog 11:17 Sat Jun 2
Re: 2018 Movies
* one decent star wars film in the last 6 (excluding solo)
That should read

Mad Dog 11:15 Sat Jun 2
Re: 2018 Movies
Can't see any mention of deadpool 2 on this thread.

Saw it a couplenof weeks ago. Fucking hilarious.

All I'm going to say is

"Baby legs"

If you've seen it that makes sense and is all kinds of hilarious. If you haven't it means nothing

Didn't bother with solo. 1 decent film in the last 5 (rogue 1.... and even that isn't that good in subsequent viewings (3rd act aside) so stat wars has lost favour with me.
Kind of how only fools and horses ruined it's own legacy by going on too long.

Manip 10:11 Sat Jun 2
Re: 2018 Movies
Just sat through The Greatest Showman at the Flicks. I honestly didn't think I was going to make it to the end.


Northern Sold 8:27 Sat Jun 2
Re: 2018 Movies
Well Sven it is a musical about Circus Freaks so can quite understand that...

Sven Roeder 7:48 Sat Jun 2
Re: 2018 Movies
I hear it has built a fanatical following amongst …. "tennis fans"

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