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  1. This is too difficult. 2000 1 Memento 2 Gladiator 3 American Psycho 2001 1 Fellowship of the Ring 2 Mulholland drive 3 AI 2002 1 Minority Report 2 Adaptation 3 Bourne Identity 2003 1 Lost in Translation 2 Return of the King 3 School of Rock 2004 1 Bourne Supremacy 2 Shrek 2 3 Incredibles
  2. So is it worth going to the cinema to see this, or is that a waste of a precious weekend afternoon? I really enjoyed the first one, but quite disappointed with the reaction here.
  3. I've listened to the audiobook of this and it's excellent. Almost like listening to a Serial-type podcast. The narrator is great. Back to the film though, I thought it was average at best. The performances were all top notch, as expected given the calibre of the cast, but it lacked the flair and humour that Tarantino usually brings to dialogue. It was as self-indulgent as most of his other films - he really needs an editor, it could easily have been 40 minutes shorter. It relied a lot on the audience having knowledge of the Manson murders.
  4. I really enjoyed this series, thought it was probably the best of the three. It was much funnier than the previous two, and the all the references and little borrowed snippets from old Sci fi films etc worked really well. Not sure what people are on about Erica and Dustin, thay group of characters was clearly the best.
  5. https://twitter.com/kd2357/status/1154080597146554369 Rowe pushes Martin in the face after Martin nearly runs him off the road. Both idiots, and I think it's the right decision to throw them out the race.
  6. Agreed, I'm still hoping it's not representative of the series as a whole, but the trailer makes it look completely rubbish. How many times now has secret ninja child weapon been done? Why the hell can't anyone just make a proper new star trek series!?
  7. Yeh it's been a great tour so far. Any of the top 6 could and up winning it. If it's not Geraint, I hope Pinot wins. Seems like a decent guy. We could have 6 riders battling it out for the win on the final summit finish in Saturday.
  8. Maybe. He's never been a GC contender in a grand tour before as far as I recall. Itv highlights saying that this performance would have been unimaginable before the tour. I hope I'm wrong, but it's hard not to be a bit sceptical given the sport's history.
  9. It's not so much the fact that he's leading the race, it's the way he's been riding. It all looks too easy and reminds me a bit too much of past dopers, Rasmussen in particular. Maybe he is clean, but pretty much every time a rider has delivered such a stellar performance out of left field in the past, it's turned out later to have been too good to be true.
  10. Very suspicious performance from Alaphillipe. Smashing everyone in the time trial then cruising up the tourmalet after a week in yellow when he was even riding on the front for his team occasionally.
  11. Thought this was really good, on a par with and of a similar style to Sunshine on Leith. Egerton was excellent, as were Stephen Graham, Jamie Bell and Bryce Dallas-Howard. The Troubadour performance stood out in particular.
  12. Never mind big budget, it's one of the worst films I've ever seen full stop. This new one will inevitably be absolute shite.
  13. It's similar to what happened with the West Wing. It was a shadow of its former self once its creator left, but still worth watching if you were invested in the characters. I've enjoyed parts of series 8 but it hasnt reached the heights of previous years.
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