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  1. Alec.
    01-04-2014 10:50 AM
    The interview should just be on their youtube page, if you don't want to sit through all the wittering and reviews btw, The Thirty Nine Steps was ace, though the internet connection wasn't playing ball at the time.
  2. L.
    31-03-2014 09:17 PM
    Thanks for the info I might have to catch it on the iplayer as I might go see Noah on Friday
  3. Alec.
    31-03-2014 11:16 AM
    Hey, Aronofsky's on the Kermode and Mayo show this Friday
  4. Alec.
    11-11-2013 10:07 AM
    Wow, you have been busy. The publicity was everywhere for a lot of the summer. The documentary's had something like three weeks of extended running here So many films just haven't been shown here at all while it's been running, most upsettingly A Single Shot

    Speaking of upsetting, seems I accidentally ordered Hunger instead of Killing Them Softly. Ulp.
  5. L.
    11-11-2013 08:36 AM
    Believe I am not a 3D fan but this is the one film that needs to be seen in 3D ti's beautiful and terrifying at the same time. Oh and the soundtrack works perfectly in the film. One Direction has a film
  6. Alec.
    10-11-2013 07:57 PM
    I'm seriously excited to see it. Gonna have to wait another week and a bit though it comes out here on the 20somethingth (because apparently One Direction's film needed to repeat. Again!). I'm not massively into 3D but I put up with it for Pacific Rim (partly because that was huge and bright enough that my usual 3D quibbles weren't a thing) and hey, even Mark Kermode says it's worth seeing in that formal
  7. L.
    10-11-2013 07:49 PM
    Just came back from seeing Gravity, it's mind blowing. You have to see it 3D if you want the full experience. I'm a 3D fan but if there's one film made for 3D it's that one. Amazing even if it gave me a bit of motion sickness at time
  8. Alec.
    05-11-2013 12:55 PM
    Amen to Pan's Labyrinth. My parents let me watch it when I was 12 (so I missed a lot of what made it so great, though it left a big impression on me) and I don't understand how it didn't give me nightmares afterwards.
  9. L.
    05-11-2013 12:36 PM
    Yes it is definitely the kind of film that has to be watched at the cinema on the big screen.
    I grew up watching films with my grandfather so apart from the usual Disney the films of my childhood are Gone With The Wind, The 10 Commandments, Shogun Assassin or The Greatest Show On Earth... not your typical kids movie I can actually do remember watching Return of the Jedi for the first time when I was 6.
    Pan's Labyrinth is such an amazing film.
  10. Alec.
    04-11-2013 10:49 PM
    I think some guys from history society are keen so I should be going sometime next week. Pity I can't see it at an Imax, but I'm damned if I'm not watching at a cinema.

    I figured Hitchcock must be like that for a lot of people, not sure if I had that with any particular director as a kid. I've been catching up on the classics recently and started appreciating various tricks a bit more. Meaning to go over some other films at home like Pan's Labyrinth and Casino Royale when I go back for Christmas and see what else I notice

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