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  1. I’ve not read the comics, but I have always meant to get round to them some day, but I really liked the first two episodes. Definitely more interested to see where this goes than I was with The Boys, which I fell off from pretty quickly.
  2. The most underrated film musical for me is Fame. People seem to confuse it with the corny TV show, but the film is grim as fuck in places.
  3. I know it’s a bit of a stretch, but I always count Streets Of Fire as a musical. All the music is great, but especially the Jim Steinman power ballads.
  4. I would add God Help The Girl Hair Cabaret Fiddler On The Roof Dancer In The Dark And of course, Rocky Horror Picture Show, but I'm assuming everyone's seen that.
  5. Mamma Mia 2 is that rare beast, a sequel that’s better than the first. I absolutely love it.
  6. Mamma Mia is all kinds of fun, but in a very different way to Rocketman.
  7. I often hope for a remake of I Claudius, but no one would ever top Sian Phillips in that role. She was perfect.
  8. Loads happens in Lost In Translation. Two people develop a life changing platonic relationship which has profound effects on both there life’s. Whereas Nomadland, it felt that most the characters were pretty much the same by the end of the film as they were at the beginning.
  9. Brilliant news. Loved Dark, so really excited to see what they do next.
  10. What bollocks. My penchant is very much for slow, ponderous artsy films (usually with subtitles). It is possible to not like a film for other reasons than it not having explosions in it. I think it’s by no means a bad film, but I do think it misses the mark with what it’s desperately trying to be.
  11. It just felt like the tone was all over the place. Mclovin would be gurning away and practically drooling at the mouth, then the next scene would be two people having a much more naturalistic conversation. I’m guessing they were going for that contrast, but it just didn’t work for me. And outside of Mulligan, all the characters were either paper thin, predictable, or just plain forgettable. As mentioned above, this absolutely pales in comparison to I May Destroy You.
  12. For me, this film is massively overrated. It falls down in a number of areas, but especially the ending which felt like a real cop out. I really like the idea, and I’m fully behind the message they are trying to convey, just wish it had been a better film, and one more skilfully made.
  13. Yeah looks great. Some of the monster designs are brilliant.
  14. Don't know if it's been mentioned on here already, but has anyone else watched the Korean series Sweet Home? It's batshit crazy series about the residents of a tower block who have to fight off an epidemic of people turning into demonic monsters. Only two episodes in, but its a blast.
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