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Old 16th January 2017, 10:33 PM
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A taxi driver thinks he has run over a man but that's not the case as he is a user of black magic that was running from a mob that found him stealing bodies. The accident was and a illusion the taxi driver gives him a lift home,but the sorcerer warns him that bad things will happen to him and those around him for nearly hitting him.


The taxi drive pays no mind just thinking its silly nonsense, not long after his wife has an affair and one night after an argument with her boyfriend, she is raped a d killed by two youth's. The police are useless so he seeks revenge it is beating up badly by the boyfriend. Its here he seeks the help of the sorcerer to get revenge by using the dead body and spirt of his wife. Lots of gore but most of its not till near the end of the film we also have some full frontal nudity with beavers on parade. But why did the taxi driver go to all this trouble for a woman that was a dirty slut and didn't love her husband, but I suppose thats love for you. 7.7/10
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Old 17th January 2017, 01:09 AM
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I know this is in wrong thread.
Didnt know what thread to put it in. But also didnt see need to start a new thread.

Just thought i show it, towards stunmen and women who endangers themselves from time to time while making films for us to watch
And a shame they get hurt, but end of the day you can hurt yourself in any job

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Old 17th January 2017, 03:20 AM
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Circus of the Dead, 2017. 10/10

Bill Oberst Jr's greatest role.




Offerings, 1989. 6/10





I Am A Hero, 2016. 6,5/10







The Snare, 2017. 7,5/10






Sun Choke, 2016. 7/10





Lowlife Love, 2016. 7,5/10





Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016) 7/10





Something Sinister, 2017. 7/10





Clinical, 2017. 7/10






Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, 2016. 6/10


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Old 17th January 2017, 07:11 AM
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Circus of the Dead, 2017. 10/10

Bill Oberst Jr's greatest role.




Offerings, 1989. 6/10





I Am A Hero, 2016. 6,5/10







The Snare, 2017. 7,5/10






Sun Choke, 2016. 7/10





Lowlife Love, 2016. 7,5/10





Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016) 7/10





Something Sinister, 2017. 7/10





Clinical, 2017. 7/10






Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them, 2016. 6/10


Few of these never heard of, but i enjoyed hunt for the wilderpeople, found it light hearted, entertaining, and heartwarming film.
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Old 17th January 2017, 09:30 AM
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The only one of those I have seen is Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which I thoroughly enjoyed and thought was a great story, very well acted, and superbly realised by David Yates and the rest of the crew. I'll watch Hunt for the Wilderpeople this evening and, based on what others have said about it, have very high expectations.
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Old 17th January 2017, 09:51 AM
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anyone seen manchester by the sea yet, was going to see it this afternoon but put off a bit by how depression its supposed to be.
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Old 17th January 2017, 10:01 AM
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anyone seen manchester by the sea yet, was going to see it this afternoon but put off a bit by how depression its supposed to be.
Not yet, I was going to go on Sunday but I had a stomach ache (there is a bit of a bug going around at the mo). I'm planning on seeing it some evening this week, but it's on at 5:30pm which is a difficult time for me, I'll have to leave work early - luckily we do flexible hours here so that shouldn't be an issue. I wouldn't let the sad theme put you off though.
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Old 17th January 2017, 10:31 AM
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anyone seen manchester by the sea yet, was going to see it this afternoon but put off a bit by how depression its supposed to be.
I'm just about to leave the house for a 11:00 showing of the film I'll try and remember to write a couple of paragraphs about it when I return.
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The only one of those I have seen is Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, which I thoroughly enjoyed and thought was a great story, very well acted, and superbly realised by David Yates and the rest of the crew. I'll watch Hunt for the Wilderpeople this evening and, based on what others have said about it, have very high expectations.
I went into watching it not knowing much about it at the time, and come away smilling and chuckling and glad i did.
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Old 17th January 2017, 10:43 AM
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anyone seen manchester by the sea yet, was going to see it this afternoon but put off a bit by how depression its supposed to be.
Wasnt that the film Mark Kermode highly enjoyed but got put of cos he complained about something to do with the soundtrack in the background on a particular scene?
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