Rate the last movie you watched out of 10

Hank Scorpio

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saw a preview screening of An Cailin Ciuin last week.. OMG - twas like I had been hypnotised.. v clever director.. acting was A1 too.. i'll saw no more.. just go see it (though it won't be for everyone on here)
PS contrary to what you might think, this needs to be seen in cinema I think - on big screen



Id honestly rather watch paint dry than sit through an Irish language movie.

Its a dead langauge.

Unless its a Apocalypto thing going for authentic language of the time then Ive no interest in some gaelgoir's pet project.

If they want to give an accurate depiction of Irish in use have some shop assistant in the Gaeltacht occasionally saying Slan to a customer.
 
Id honestly rather watch paint dry than sit through an Irish language movie.

Its a dead langauge.

Unless its a Apocalypto thing going for authentic language of the time then Ive no interest in some gaelgoir's pet project.

If they want to give an accurate depiction of Irish in use have some shop assistant in the Gaeltacht occasionally saying Slan to a customer.

Black 47? Half n half? Like rice n chips with a curry?
 
Id honestly rather watch paint dry than sit through an Irish language movie.

Its a dead langauge.

Unless its a Apocalypto thing going for authentic language of the time then Ive no interest in some gaelgoir's pet project.

If they want to give an accurate depiction of Irish in use have some shop assistant in the Gaeltacht occasionally saying Slan to a customer.
i thought you wer a lot more open minded than that.. your loss
 
Id honestly rather watch paint dry than sit through an Irish language movie.

Its a dead langauge.

Unless its a Apocalypto thing going for authentic language of the time then Ive no interest in some gaelgoir's pet project.

If they want to give an accurate depiction of Irish in use have some shop assistant in the Gaeltacht occasionally saying Slan to a customer.

In the same sentence about languages.
 
Firestarter

Another remake based on the classic Stephen King book, the first version was released in 1984, it tells the story of Charlie, a 12 year old girl born to parents who were both experimented on by evil Government body and developed 'powers' which Charlie had from birth but which are now manifesting out of control.

Bit of a yawn fest, didn't do much so 4/10 but i'll give the soundtrack 7/10 as it's composed by John Carpenter.

I rate your review 4/10.
 
Cinema night in Casa Highbury last night. 2 movies, one was The Northman 4/10 a load of tripe,shite or fuck me what did i just watch.

Movie 2 was Operation Mincemeat based on a true WW2 story. 8/10. Nice to see someone make a fool of Herr Hitler.
 

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