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Watching Hatton garden job film later, probably watch sexy beast again after as I love that film.

cant wait to go and see the new tom cruise film, American made, when it comes in in September. An interesting satire film about an airline pilot turned drug runner. I think done in a jokey way like that Scorsese film with di caprio. 

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I understand if you dislike Cruise for his Scientology and wife mishaps (overread about that when was writing about him for this website), but he makes good movies. I've never seen one of his movies that I didn't have something good to say about. He is entertaining and I will see this film because he always delivers.

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Did you miss Eyes Wide Shut and the dreadful re-make of War of the Worlds then?

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Don't get me wrong. I dislike Cruise for his scientology and general off-screen idiocy. However, primarily I dislike him because he has the acting ability of a dead slug. The earlier quote mentions watching Sexy Beast. See the scenes in that with Ben Kingsley and watch a real actor. The scene in front of the mirror when he's shaving still gives me the creeps.

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51 minutes ago, davegerber said:

I disagree with you. I think Leo not so good for Scorsese films, because he played "cute boys" roles. Leo will be great in role of romantic essay writer in small town, which writing poems to somebody.

But he can't act. Surely, that is what an 'actor' is supposed to do.

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14 minutes ago, rabski said:

But he can't act. Surely, that is what an 'actor' is supposed to do.

Got dragged out on a date to see The Mummy recently. Cruise was appalling, as was the whole film. There were no further dates...

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8 hours ago, Nagraboy said:

Got dragged out on a date to see The Mummy recently. Cruise was appalling, as was the whole film. There were no further dates...

Good Lord lad, you went on a date to see a film called 'the mummy' with Tom Cruise in it? What did you expect?

Mind you, I'm no better. Many moons ago, my ex-wife and a friend of hers dragged me and her friend's hubby to see Titanic. He and I got thrown out. Possibly the luckiest escape ever.

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13 hours ago, rabski said:

Good Lord lad, you went on a date to see a film called 'the mummy' with Tom Cruise in it? What did you expect?

Mind you, I'm no better. Many moons ago, my ex-wife and a friend of hers dragged me and her friend's hubby to see Titanic. He and I got thrown out. Possibly the luckiest escape ever.

Don't get me wrong, I dreaded it from the start. I managed to talk him out of theTransformers movie but couldn't convince him towards the Churchill one that was on.

Good shout on Sexy Beast earlier - one of my faves. Hard Eight is another good one. Philip Baker Hall is superb in that film.

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10 hours ago, Nagraboy said:

Don't get me wrong, I dreaded it from the start. I managed to talk him out of theTransformers movie but couldn't convince him towards the Churchill one that was on.

Good shout on Sexy Beast earlier - one of my faves. Hard Eight is another good one. Philip Baker Hall is superb in that film.

Not even heard of it, so thanks for the recommendation.

Sexy Beast is in my top ten, purely for Ben Kingsley. Another excellent one if you like that sort of thing is In Bruges. A gem of a film with  superb black humour.

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I prefer drama to crime films. Drama is more intriguing and realistic for me. I often read reviews of the film before watching. It helps me concentrate more on film and analyze it. By the way, I want to share a cool resource for students. It is the site https://quality-essay.com/essay-topics-for-students.html. There are plenty of educational materials for students.

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