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Hampy1972

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Dark is high on my list to watch after the plaudits I've seen for it on here and elsewhere.
Probably one of the most complicated viewing you ever witness due to the various timelines, same characters in those timelines across so many years. That was the appeal for me anyway.
It is not easy viewing but once you figure it all out... *WOW*
 

richp007

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Probably one of the most complicated viewing you ever witness due to the various timelines, same characters in those timelines across so many years. That was the appeal for me anyway.
It is not easy viewing but once you figure it all out... *WOW*
My mate went nuts about it, and he's watched it 3 times upto now. He's very upset I haven't watched it once yet :laugh:

Sounds like proper grown up fayre, with a bit of thought required as well.
 

Hampy1972

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My mate went nuts about it, and he's watched it 3 times upto now. He's very upset I haven't watched it once yet :laugh:

Sounds like proper grown up fayre, with a bit of thought required as well.
Fair play to him..there is a lot to digest and understand.
If you can watch each season in one go. If possible.
For me, once you got into it, the season would end then you would have to wait...
By the time it returned you're trying to put the jigsaw pieces back together.
 

Hampy1972

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nickj1000

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Just watched Korean movie 'Time to hunt'. Well worth a look, used original language and english subtitles for this one as the English speaking did not go well!
 

Hampy1972

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Close Encounters! I’m probably the only member of these forums that doesn’t own this film on 15 different physical formats.

Falling Down - a classic, still relevant today

Last of the Mohicans - a solid epic with a great score

The Prestige - Hard work, but one of Nolan’s best
All three are awesome old skool films.
Always remember Michael Douglas in that one....psycho with a buzz cut :)
 

Hampy1972

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Michael Douglas suitcase opens in Falling Down and you find.......? Hahaha ( can you remember?)
 

nickj1000

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All three are awesome old skool films.
Always remember Michael Douglas in that one....psycho with a buzz cut :)
Falling down is a great movie and such a change for Michael Douglas. The last of the Mohicans was terrific but I have never been able to get a good copy even on Blue Ray with the sweeping shots of the mountains and rivers. Started to watch the Prestige the other night, looks a bit ponderous but I will see it through as many recommend it
 

Hampy1972

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Falling down is a great movie and such a change for Michael Douglas. The last of the Mohicans was terrific but I have never been able to get a good copy even on Blue Ray with the sweeping shots of the mountains and rivers. Started to watch the Prestige the other night, looks a bit ponderous but I will see it through as many recommend it
All three are great. The Prestige might need two viewings I recommend. Douglas was awesome and not something he was associated with at the time.. Mohicans I need to watch again..haven't seen it since on VHS :)
DDL always terrific in anything he was in..sadly now retired and continues to reside from his residence in Wales as a cobbler...
 

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