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07-10-2020, 17:15   #46
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Ironclad which stars James Purefoy, Paul Giamatti, Derek Jacobi and Lars "Ulfric Stormcloak " Kulich. I thought it was a great medieval action movie, loosely based on the siege of Rochester Castle.
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07-10-2020, 17:22   #47
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Tremors 2 and 3.
Fred Ward carries part 2. The legend that is Bert Gummer carries part 3.
They are fun films, the one thing that really lets them down is they use too much crappy CGI instead of live action graboids like the first film.
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I think it belongs because people haven’t continued to speak well of it. The Metacritic reviews are from when it was released.
That would make it overrated to me tbh.

There are lots of movies, even good ones that get talked about less as time goes on...
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07-10-2020, 18:05   #49
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That Lone Ranger film with Johnny Depp

The Shadow with Alec Baldwin

Both enjoyable for what they are

Revolver Guy Ritchie, got very mixed reviews but worth watching
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Hot Tub Time Machine
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Ironclad which stars James Purefoy, Paul Giamatti, Derek Jacobi and Lars "Ulfric Stormcloak " Kulich. I thought it was a great medieval action movie, loosely based on the siege of Rochester Castle.
I remember having to turn it off because of the shaky cam it was giving me a headache
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07-10-2020, 19:25   #52
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Pretty much all the star wars movies after the original trilogy are at worst pretty decent and some are very good but you would get a pain in your head listening to so many Star Wars fans saying everything after episode 6 is terrible.

* 3 - 6 are excellent not saying otherwise.

I’ve even heard one or two saying the mandolorian is rubbish and it is absolutely superb. Some just can’t be seen to compliment anything recent.

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Pretty much all the star wars movies after the original trilogy are at worst pretty decent and some are very good but you would get a pain in your head listening to so many Star Wars fans saying everything after episode 6 is terrible.

* 1-3 are excellent not denying they either.

I’ve even heard one or two saying the mandolorian is rubbish and it is absolutely superb. Some just can’t be seen to compliment anything recent.
I think the prequels are slightly underrated, except for Attack Of The Clones. That was terrible.
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Thirteenth Warrior, Vikings action flick with Antonio Banderas
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Masters of the Universe, I’ve seen lots of giving out about it and to be fair it’s a distant cousin of the actual He-Man story but I loved it.
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Any Steven Segal film,
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07-10-2020, 19:46   #57
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Uncut Gems, watched it and enjoyed it so much that I was genuinely surprised to see the reviews.
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I absolutely loved Event Horizon and was shocked to see it reviewed so poorly.
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The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou.

Great cast, Bill Murray is excellent.

I think the movie might have got a bit of a backlash critically due to high expectations because it was Wes Anderson's next movie after The Royal Tenenbaums, which had been a big hit.

Great soundtrack also.
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The Jacket, Adrian Brody at his best imo
Nope that award goes to the underrated Summer Of Sam
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