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Hammers1993 8:05 Sun Dec 30
2019 Movies
Some huge releases coming out this year:


- Welcome to Marwen - Steve Carell

- The Favourite - Olivia Coleman, Rachel Weisz & Emma Stone.

- Life Itself

- Collette

- Stan & Ollie - John C. Reilly & Steve Coogan.

- The Front Runner - Hugh Jackman

- Mary Queen of Scots - Margot Robbie

- Glass - Third part of the M. Night Shyamalan trilogy that included Split and started with Unbreakable.

- The Mule - Clint Eastwood

- The Vice - Adam McKay directs. Christian Bale, Sam Rockwell, Steve Carell, Amy Adams star.

- Green Book - I saw this in 2018 and it is one of the best movies I saw that year. Check this out when it arrives in cinemas, you won't be dissapointed.

- How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (3rd installment).

- Alita: Battle Angel - Written by James Cameron and stars Christoph Waltz. Animation/CGI looks very good.

- The Lego Movie 2

- Happy Death Day 2 U - Sequel to the cult horror that came out in 2018.

- Captain Marvel

- Us - Jordan Peele's (Get Out) next movie. Horror, looks very good.

- Dumbo - Live action Disney remake.

- The Sisters Brothers - John C. Reilly, Joaquin Phoenix, Jake Gyllenhaal star in this Western.

- Shazam! - DC Comedy/Action.

- Hellboy - Starring David Harbour (Stranger Things)

- Captive State - John Goodman, looks an interesting premise.

- Avengers: End Game

- Pokemon Detective Pikachu - Stars Ryan Reynolds (as Pikachu). Weird combination but the trailer made it look interesting and one to check out

- John Wick: Chapter 3

- Aladdin - Another Disney Live Action Remake

- Rocketman - Elton John biopic played by Taaron Edgerton

- Ad Astra

- Godzilla: King of the Monsters

- The Secret Life of Pets 2

- Dark Phoenix (X-Men follow up)

- Men in Black: International (Tessa Thompson and Chris Hemsworth)

- Shaft - Samuel L Jackson

- Toy Story 4

- The Lion King - Yet another Disney Live Action Remake (This one I am looking forward to though, trailer looked great).

- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Quentin Tarantino, Brad Pitt, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, Kurt Russel).

- Hobbs and Shaw - Fast and Furious Spin Off

- Artemis Fowl

- Dora the Explorer - Benecio Del Toro stars.

- IT: Chapter 2

- Downtown Abbey (The Movie)

- Joker (Joaquin Phoenix)

- Zombieland 2

- Terminator 6

- Kingsman 3

- Frozen 2

- Jumanji 2 (Sequel to the remade Jumanji)

- Star Wars: Episode 9

- Sonic the Hedgehog


Anything else that you lot are looking forward to seeing?

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Alfs 5:01 Wed Nov 6
Re: 2019 Movies
Just finished it myself, Sold. Very good it was too,

Northern Sold 2:50 Wed Nov 6
Re: 2019 Movies
Thoroughly enjoyed 'The King' ... engrossing 2+ hours telling the tale of one of our greatest...the Agincourt scenes are brilliant...oh and apparently its upset the French...good

* sticks 2 fingers up *

y2smif 2:59 Tue Nov 5
Re: 2019 Movies
Saw Le Mans 66 (called 'Ford V Ferrari' elsewhere I think) last night. Really enjoyed it. Christian Bale certainly gets to pick some decent roles. Matt Damon was excellent as well though.
Got a fantastic douchebag character in it, enough to rival Walter Peck out of ghostbusters

On The Ball 2:28 Tue Nov 5
Re: 2019 Movies
Watched Once Upon a Time in Hollywood on a plane on Friday. I don't think I've ever felt more 'owed' time than after watching that. It's utterly, utterly shit.

Having noted before that many Tarantino films don't have any discernible plot I'm now wondering whether he's fucking with us, or whether the whole thing is some kind of performance art.

Northern Sold 2:23 Tue Nov 5
Re: 2019 Movies

Far Cough 1:40 Tue Nov 5
The Irishman?
Anyone seen a preview?

All the old gang are in it, De Niro, Pesci and Al


I can't wait, me

Son of Sam 1:04 Fri Nov 1
Re: 2019 Movies
Just watched my favourite 2019 film of the year so far, maybe its because I was expecting nothing great and maybe its because its Halloween but Harpoon is well worth a watch a kind of cross between Shallow Grave and Dead Calm 8/10

The old c wing 12:38 Fri Nov 1
Re: 2019 Movies
Vice is atypical Oscar shit, yes Bale is good, but its a bloody boring piece by the end.

alfs barnet 11:15 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
crystal falace wrote...

I know it did well but just looked and almost 65% of that gross was all from America and Canada, so about £27M between the rest of the world

I know i've recommended it to a lot of people on this side of the pond and not one of them had seen it.


Yeah, good idea to ignore the 8 academy award nominations...

crystal falace 5:31 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
I know it did well but just looked and almost 65% of that gross was all from America and Canada, so about £27M between the rest of the world

I know i've recommended it to a lot of people on this side of the pond and not one of them had seen it.

alfs barnet 5:26 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
crystal falace wrote...

Think the Vice maybe a hidden gem in their that not many will have actually seen


Is that the little known film, Vice that took 76.1m at the box office and had 8 academy award nominations.

Yeah, a real hidden gem that...

Eddie B 5:14 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
1917 looks fucking amazing.

crystal falace 3:52 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
Just had a quick look and i've seen 24 of the 48 films listed above, with at least 8 or so still not been released.

Obviously Joker and Endgame are the real standout brilliant films on the year.

A few huge disappointments were Glass and John Wick as they were ok but nowhere close to the first 2 films of the trilogies.

Dark Phoenix and Hellboy were two that stood out as unmitigated disasters from start to finish, awful movies.

Think the Vice maybe a hidden gem in their that not many will have actually seen but is well worth watching and its an incredible performance from Bale, he has such range its truly amazing.

Any Old Iron 2:54 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
From the original list the only film I've been to see was Stan & Ollie, which was really excellent.

I haven't been to see anything else because I'm an adult and not interested in comic book capers, or cartoon/CGI shit aimed at children.

Most of what Hollywood puts out these days is utter dross.

New Jersey 2:38 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
I read 'the Exorcist' book, frightened the shit out of me, refused to watch the film.

The Maradona documentary, is that on Netflix?

ted fenton 2:06 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
I watched the "Exorcist" when it was released and it frightened the crap out of me !!!

ted fenton 2:06 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
I watched the "Exorcist" when it was released and it frightened the crap out of me !!!

ChillTheKeel 1:31 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
The Exorcist is still the daddy, just because of how shocking it was when it was released. I quite liked the remake of The Blair Witch as it goes.

zico 1:22 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
crystal falace 12:09 Thu Oct 31

You are probably right. Like X Men though I probably don't know what order to watch them in now!!!

crystal falace 12:09 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
Think you're doing the MCU wrong Zico.

you'd have probably enjoyed endgame a lot more had you seen the previous films as a lot of them are referenced or even travelled back to with the time travel element.

BRANDED 12:07 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
Train to Busan is always a bit of fun

zico 12:04 Thu Oct 31
Re: 2019 Movies
Saw Avengers Endgame on DVD last night, couldn't be arsed to sit in the cinema for three hours!! Hadn't seen most of the Marvel (or DC films for that matter) but saw Infinity War hence watching this and it was ok, and enjoyable enough romp with some decent humour but not sure I'll go through all the previous link up films!

To be honest out of all the "super hero" movies my Top Three in no particular order would be Superman (1977), Wonder Woman and Batman Begins although I haven't seen a lot of the Iron Man, Captain America, Guardians of the Galaxy stuff. I think The Hulk put me off!!!!

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