Movie Thread
#1
I thought we had one.....

Anyhoo just watched this trailer and had goosebumps.....


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#2
Loved the original.
Not sure I'll watch #2 as I very much doubt it will be as good.
Might be wrong though.
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(30-08-2019, 11:23 AM)Bones14 Wrote: Loved the original.
Not sure I'll watch #2 as I very much doubt it will be as good.
Might be wrong though.
You shall watch the sequel......it will  be fantastic, even Trump is endorsing it Smile

I see where you coming from and I agree I am sceptical but will keep an open mind
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#4
Sorry guys, i thought the original was pants.

Tom Cruise has become a better actor over the years though (albeit tiny).
Goodbye European Union. Goodbye Jeremy. Goodbye Nick. Jerk-It
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(30-08-2019, 20:37 PM)Talons Wrote: Sorry guys, i thought the original was pants.

Tom Cruise has become a better actor over the years though (albeit tiny).
The original has inspired a lot of kids to become Pilots. It is 80's cheesy movie and I did not like Tom Cruise"s character but liked 'Iceman" more.....weird 

I also think Hot shots was way better than Top Gun 


But having said all of that I am looking forward to the sequel
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#6
Anyone know any good football films?  I only know ID, and that's more hooliganism than football.  I've read fever pitch and when Saturday comes, but want to watch a decent football film.
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#7
Bend it like Beckham Big Grin ……………………………………………………………………………...should've been a porno, cause it was a shit film.

There's a fair few documentaries on players, but not that many films.

The Brian Clough movie was good, I enjoyed that, albeit I've forgotten what it was called.

There was a good doco on Juventus that I watched a couple of years ago, again I've forgotten what it was called.
I'll do some research ee and write you a list of movies and documentaries you might be interested in.
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(11-09-2019, 14:12 PM)Bones14 Wrote: Bend it like Beckham Big Grin ……………………………………………………………………………...should've been a porno, cause it was a shit film.

There's a fair few documentaries on players, but not that many films.

The Brian Clough movie was good, I enjoyed that, albeit I've forgotten what it was called.

There was a good doco on Juventus that I watched a couple of years ago, again I've forgotten what it was called.
I'll do some research ee and write you a list of movies and documentaries you might be interested in.
It was called The Damned United. Very good portrail of Clough by Michael Sheen.
Goodbye European Union. Goodbye Jeremy. Goodbye Nick. Jerk-It
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(12-09-2019, 20:41 PM)Talons Wrote: It was called The Damned United. Very good portrail of Clough by Michael Sheen.

The Damned United is the best football film ever imo. Even my Mrs loved it.
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(30-08-2019, 20:37 PM)Talons Wrote: Sorry guys, i thought the original was pants.

Tom Cruise has become a better actor over the years though (albeit tiny).


Anything with Tom Cruise in it is automatically shit.

Apart from 'Magnolia' which was alright, but only because Tom Cruise played a total jerk so basically just had to be himself.
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(13-09-2019, 07:32 AM)Raggy Wrote: The Damned United is the best football film ever imo. Even my Mrs loved it.
Right brilliant I'll find that then.  My mate recommended the firm and away days, but I haven't seen them either.
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(02-09-2019, 14:23 PM)elgin eagle Wrote: Anyone know any good football films?  I only know ID, and that's more hooliganism than football.  I've read fever pitch and when Saturday comes, but want to watch a decent football film.
The original “ the firm “ with Gary oldman is tops.(drop the y out of his name lol)
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(13-09-2019, 20:53 PM)Richard Sole Wrote: The original “ the firm “ with Gary oldman is tops.(drop the y out of his name lol)
Ok cheers I'll try and find that too.  Got a few hours tonight devoted to 'film night' Smile
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(14-09-2019, 09:23 AM)elgin eagle Wrote: Ok cheers I'll try and find that too.  Got a few hours tonight devoted to 'film night' Smile
A small part is filmed at selhurst as well.
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(13-09-2019, 13:00 PM)elgin eagle Wrote: Right brilliant I'll find that then.  My mate recommended the firm and away days, but I haven't seen them either.
You have seen Danny Dyer in The Football Factory presumably. Always good for a laugh.
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(14-09-2019, 11:15 AM)Richard Sole Wrote: A small part is filmed at selhurst as well.
I thought I'd found it but it's not downloading annoyingly.  Going to try another one instead.
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(14-09-2019, 16:51 PM)Talons Wrote: You have seen Danny Dyer in The Football Factory presumably. Always good for a laugh.
Yeah  Smile
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(11-09-2019, 14:12 PM)Bones14 Wrote: Bend it like Beckham Big Grin ……………………………………………………………………………...should've been a porno, cause it was a shit film.

There's a fair few documentaries on players, but not that many films.

The Brian Clough movie was good, I enjoyed that, albeit I've forgotten what it was called.

There was a good doco on Juventus that I watched a couple of years ago, again I've forgotten what it was called.
I'll do some research ee and write you a list of movies and documentaries you might be interested in.
Cheers mate, always interested in sharing the wealth when it comes to decent tv.  There is so much cack out there.  I watched a good one about 2 Juventus fans who went back to Heysel, years later.  Recreated the overnight trip and everything.
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(14-09-2019, 11:15 AM)Richard Sole Wrote: A small part is filmed at selhurst as well.
Weirdly enough, that's exactly where Keltic sits at Palace.  That's his exit. It's almost like they were looking for him 30 years too early Big Grin (57 minutes in).  Thought the film was OK in parts but a bit dated.  Apart from Selhurst, which actually sounded better and louder.  Bring back terracing.


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#20
I think it was filmed during the Man City game which we needed a win for the play offs but an already promoted millwall lost “unexpectedly” to Blackburn (bastards)
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