ShamoBuc wrote: »
Clarkson's Farm, I found it thoroughly enjoyable.
I like Jeremy anyway but no interest in farming, but I found it very good, with the added characters especially. Really interesting view of how life on a big farm is too.
When I hear farmers complaining about the weather, I have a bit of an insight now as to why.
adox wrote: »
The title had more than one meaning and what I took away from it was it wasn’t referring to the music
VonLuck wrote: »
Oh yeah that's clear after watching the movie, but someone who was just judging whether to watch it based off the title and plot summary might think it's all about heavy metal music, which it's not at all.
The Raging Bile Duct wrote: »
Aye, it was a hard sell for the wife when I told her the name of the film. I had to give a synopsis of the film and convince her heavy metal wasn't going to be the major theme of the movie.
Night owl gal wrote: »
anyone know of a website, where they show prime shows/movies that are about to expire?
peteeeed wrote: »
tomorrow war has got some terrible reviews
i watched it last night, the dialogue is terrible , some of the acting is terrible but i enjoyed it ., mindless popcorn action/sci fi fun
Nalz wrote: »
I enjoyed it also. It's not terrible at all. 6/10.
EltonJohn69 wrote: »
6/10 is very close to a terrible review.
Mickeroo wrote: »
The Shield is coming I see, think I watched the first three seasons years ago on netflix, might give the rest of it a go now.
protonmike wrote: »
It's been on prime for a while. It's great, launched Walton Goggins.
Wrongway1985 wrote: »
There since around February I think, expected it to leave like the rest of the FX shows but been renewed so may give a bash myself now.
On another note The X-Files looks likely to be leaving soon, expected with the Disney factor I suppose.
Nalz wrote: »
Terrible for me is 3 or less, 4 is poor, 5 is watchable, 6 is okay, 7 is good, 8 very good, 9 excellent and 10 is well 10!
But I appreciate different websites/peoples gauges are different.
Wrongway1985 wrote: »
Yes it's the UK site but there is much more correlation nowadays generally if a title is listed here that's on Prime here you better get cracking. It gives you what shall be leaving within the upcoming month.
Expiry notices will go up on such titles 2 weeks in advance be it by sussing your watchlist (recommend) or hovering title on primevideo.com
Noticed the Gamera films added to Prime recently, and decided to give the 1990s trilogy a gander. I'm not a kaiju expert, but my understanding is the series was conceived in the 1960s as a rival Japanese studio's cheapo rival to the popular Godzilla franchise. By most accounts, the original films aren't anything to write home about - indeed, they've been actively mocked by Mystery Science Theatre. Even the character - a giant turtle with massive fangs, fire breath and a rocket powered shell - is fairly naff.
And yet the 1990s movies are extremely well regarded, and it's not hard to see why. These are great modern monster / disaster movies that surprisingly get better with each passing film. The first is a rock solid bit of kaiju storytelling, but a focus on characters pays serious dividends by the time the excellent third film rolls around. The modern Godzilla / 'Monsterverse' films from the US have been rightly criticised for their terrible human-level storytelling - this is how you do it better. Even the nonsense stuff about the psychic connections between humans and the monsters works well. Gamera's relationship with humanity complicated as the series progresses, to quite striking and interesting effect.
This is still a film series based around a guy in a turtle suit, but it also feels like a pleasant stop-gap between the era of practical and CG effects. There's some superb model work throughout, and director Shusuke Kaneko really delivers on the big showstopping monster mash climaxes. By the time very Evangelion like mecha-monsters get involved, there's plenty of pleasantly beautiful compositions. Temper your expectations - this isn't Hollywood level, and some effects are very much 'guys in suit' territory. But if you like your monster movies, these films represent a much, much better take on the genre than anything Hollywood studios have made with exponentially higher budgets. Not bad for a series featuring a c-tier monster.
For anyone interested and (understandably) confused by the plethora of Gamera titles on Prime at the mo, you want to start with Gamera: Guardian of the Universe (1995) and then work your way through the handily titled Gamera 2 and Gamera 3.
Dave Made A Maze
Watched it the other night and thoroughly enjoyed it for it's uniqueness and creative visuals. It's not a million miles from one of those "high concept" fan-favourite episodes of Community to be honest, so if you're familiar with and like those, you'll really enjoy this one I think.
Selection of new titles/re-adds in the last week or so
An American Affair
Brooklyn's Finest (Gere/Cheadle/E.Hawke/Snipes)
Dangerous Moves (Original Title: La Diagonal Du Fu)
His Girl Friday
Horizon Line (A.Williams/K.David)(2020)(Amazon Original)
The Matrix Reloaded
The Matrix Revolutions
Meet John Doe
New York, I Love You
Valerian and the City of a Thosand Planets
Where Is Kyra?
L.A.'s Finest (Season 2)
Expiring soon(That I'm aware of)
Crazy, Stupid, Love - 29/7
If you want a good laugh watch Dating Amber. I'm finding it very funny
Guns Akimbo has been added. Harry Potter has two guns bolted to him and is forced to take part in a live-streamed death match. Great movie!!!
Watching Start up on Netflix. It’s okish so far.
Watched Guns Akimbo the other night too enjoyed it also. I'll say it again Hugos' niece be snappin up the parts Margo Robbie not available for (like she actually did for Ready or Not).
Amélie (Original Title: Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain)
Angel and the Badman
Annabelle Comes Home
Battle in Seattle
City of Life and Death (Original title: Nanjing! Nanjing!)
David Brent: Life on the Road (Gervais)
The Decoy Bride
Guns Akimbo (Radcliffe/S.Weaving)(Amazon Exclusive)(2019)
Jolt (Beckinsale/Tucci)(Amazon Original)(2021) - Out tommorrow - 23/7
The Messenger (B.Foster/Harrelson)
Thick as Thieves
White Zombie (Legosi)
Dead Snow - 29/7
Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead - 29/7
Psycho - 29/7
Click - 31/7
Ex_Machina - 31/7
Ghostbusters - 31/7
Ghostbusters II - 31/7
Ghostbusters (2016) - 31/7
The Social Network - 31/7
War of the Worlds - 31/7
Allied - 1/8
Disconnect - 1/8
The Mule - 1/8
The Hateful Eight - 3/8
Carol - 4/8
The X-Files (Season 1-11) - 31/7
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