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Seen Any Good Films Recently

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I saw "Us" recently and found it disturbing but very entertaining, don't understand why "It" has been remade, or "Pet Sematary", it's not like Stephen King needs the money.

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1 hour ago, Simon T said:

Are we allowed to comment, spoilers and all that?

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doubt if anyone would appreciate spoilers on any film

 

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On 09/01/2020 at 14:14, Mike said:

got this one on the 'for the use of the xmas voucher present' list

on release uk tomorrow yep?

anyone going?

 

 

Just seen this, I think that I may of grinded some enamel off my teeth, some very tense and sad moments, a story that never gets old. 

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On 09/01/2020 at 18:22, Mike said:

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doubt if anyone would appreciate spoilers on any film

 

Sorry Mike, totally wrong wording of post, i wouldn't post a spoiler. My great uncle (bottom left 2, with knife & mug) was killed 22 days after when the film is set. I have a postcard to his mum saying he had recently HAERD FROM his brother,, and could picture it being him in the same situation/task.

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George Ernest

Private 201404. 10th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 28th April 1917, aged 21 years. Son of (the late) George and Rosetta White of Kirton Holme, Lincs. Brother of Harry White. Born Swineshead, enlisted Sleaford and resident Kirton Holme, Lincs. Commemorated Roeux British Cemetery. D.12.

 

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Harry

Lance Sergeant 201385. 4th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 25th March 1918, aged 25 years. Son of (the late) George and Rosetta White of Kirton Holme, Lincs. Brother of George Ernest White. Born Swineshead, enlisted Sleaford and resident Boston, Lincs. Commemorated Douchy-Les-Ayette British Cemetery. III.D.1.

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1 hour ago, Simon T said:

Sorry Mike, totally wrong wording of post, i wouldn't post a spoiler. My great uncle (bottom left 2, with knife & mug) was killed 22 days after when the film is set. I have a postcard to his mum saying he had recently seen his brother,, and could picture it being him in the same situation/task.

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George Ernest

Private 201404. 10th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 28th April 1917, aged 21 years. Son of (the late) George and Rosetta White of Kirton Holme, Lincs. Brother of Harry White. Born Swineshead, enlisted Sleaford and resident Kirton Holme, Lincs. Commemorated Roeux British Cemetery. D.12.

 

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Harry

Lance Sergeant 201385. 4th Battalion, Lincolnshire Regiment. Killed in action 25th March 1918, aged 25 years. Son of (the late) George and Rosetta White of Kirton Holme, Lincs. Brother of George Ernest White. Born Swineshead, enlisted Sleaford and resident Boston, Lincs. Commemorated Douchy-Les-Ayette British Cemetery. III.D.1.

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Fantastic photo Simon, thanks for sharing :thumbsup:

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15 hours ago, Widnes63 said:

Fantastic photo Simon, thanks for sharing :thumbsup:

yep a great photo 👍

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his brother Harry (looks the same, but bit taller), plus Rosetta's 'thanks' for her two sons

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Over Christmas, one morning I found myself watching Escape to Athena with the very delectable Stephanie Powers, and no, she wasn`t sat with me unfortunately she was on screen. Half way through this happened. Wind it on to 50:10 and you`ll see.

The end credits of the film credit all the songs/music from the soundtrack but BitN is unaccredited.

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Went to see 1917 last night, superb entertainment, tense, enthralling, gritty, and riveting, well recommended.

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Yes, just saw 1917 it was good but horrifying.

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1917......saw it on Saturday in X4D! It was the only option when I arrived so felt all the bumps etc. etc. The film was as previously described.....Excellent.

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On 13/01/2020 at 14:06, Wilxy said:

1917......saw it on Saturday in X4D! It was the only option when I arrived so felt all the bumps etc. etc. The film was as previously described.....Excellent.

saw it in normal this week as the only option but agree with yours and others take

excellent 👍

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We went, for the 1st time in years to see Dr Sleep last month at our local Vue cinema, Saturday night, I booked in the week in case it was booked up on the night.

When we arrived I was expecting the usual milling throng of parents and kids pick & mixing in the foyer, the new Terminator film had also just premiered that week and a couple more kids movies so a busy weekend.

Errr no. There was just me and the wife, no one else in the place, I got us a beer each and we went to find our seats, there was only one more couple in screen 1 and as far as we could tell, in the whole building, as we left they were behind us locking up. 

Good movie though but what a shame no one`s going anymore.😥

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I have a cineworld membership so go see all whilst on my travels. I've had an interest in WW1 since aged 11 started by a school project. Over the past 40+ years I've been digging at the Somme and visited the Menein Gate several times in various capacitys. I went to see 1917.......spotted 6 joins... as an editor of hundreds of films I was interested in the continual filming aspect...! I had watched Journeys End on Netflix the day before.......if you liked 1917...watch Journeys end... afterwards! X The ultimate WW1 film for me is All Quiet on the Western Front...the original b&w version not the John Boy Walton remake! X

LUV 

SOOTY 

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I watched Richard Jewell last night.

 

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3513548/ 

 

Based on a true story about the bombing at the Atlanta 1996 Olympics event. Directed by Client Eastwood. Definitely worth seeing

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On 20/01/2020 at 10:19, Shaun said:

I watched Richard Jewell last night.

 

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3513548/ 

 

Based on a true story about the bombing at the Atlanta 1996 Olympics event. Directed by Client Eastwood. Definitely worth seeing

I liked it

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