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I couldn't tell. Really.

 

Just for curiosity, I went to see the cast's birth year and the sequence from older to younger of some main casts are as follow:

Una (1937), Rupert (1963), Mark (1966), Martin & Jonathan (1971), Amanda (1974), Ben (1976), Loo (1979) amd Irene (1980).

 

Okay, it would be awhile before I watch something else worth talk about, so I propel myself out. Now.

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Same. :(

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I do not classify Loo and Laura as "youngin's" only because their birth years are less than 3 years after mine.  Everyone else is older than me by just under 2 years or more (apparently Sophie Hunter & I are as close to the same age as you can get being born 4 days apart and she's not even a cast member, yet).

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Absolutely. Why do you think I call Them "the boys?" Cute little boys, I do so enjoy watching them play... :D

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There is a musician my age and his band (mostly younger than us) that I refer to as boys but mostly because they act like boys when they are having fun.  The drummer and lead guitarist fall under my classification of youngin' as does the musician's wife.  Not sure about the bass player and I know the keyboardist definitely doesn't fall in that category.

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7 Psychos - 7/10 (Funny, different story. Great dialogues.)

 

Grand Budapest Hotel - 9/10 (Truly amazing cinematography (looks amazingly surreal). Great performances. Great Story. Great movie. Wes Anderson has a freaking great style).

 

Now you see me - 7/10 (Entertaining magic heist movie. Cool story (maybe doesn't make a 100% sense at times though... still entertaing. Also good acting.)

 

American History X - 9/10 (Incredible acting by especially Edward Norton. Brutal and sad truth perfectly captured.

The jumps between past and present are perfect.)

 

 

Zoomania - 10/10 (lovely and really amazing animated movie by Disney with a heartwarming and important message. The story isn't mind blowing (keep in mind that it's a family movie) but I love the characters. Brilliant. Funny. Cute. Watch it.)

 

The Revenant - 9/10 (one of THE BEST cinematography you'll ever find in a movie! Done by my favorite cinematographer a true master - Lubezki. Really great acting especially by Leonardo diCaprio and Tom Hardy. (How did they do the bear fight?))

 

The Godfather - 10/10 (one of the GREATEST MOVIEs to ever be created. A truly masterpiece in EVERY way - talking acting, cinematography, story, music, (...))

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Scarface - 10/10

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Zoomania ... do you mean Zootopia? Loved it!!!

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Detective have you seen Now You See Me 2?  It's even better than the 1st one.

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Zoomania ... do you mean Zootopia? Loved it!!!

Zootopia was called Zoomania in some countries that show a dubbed version, yes. I liked it too, btw, much better than I had expected. I could identify quite well with Judy Hopps...

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Oh, right, that may have been mentioned before, now that I think about it. :unsure: Because Zootopia is a pun, and therefore harder to translate?

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Zoomania ... do you mean Zootopia? Loved it!!!

Yeah sorry, like it was said by someone earlier it's called Zoomania in some other countries including Germany (why soever..)

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Detective have you seen Now You See Me 2? It's even better than the 1st one.

No not yet. I'll see.

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I woke up this morning fully intending to post a glowing review of a prequel movie that I saw recently. I thought it was particularly clever how the final shot showed a young character who'd been just quietly and anonymously there throughout the movie, only this time the angle and the surroundings made it clear that he was actually a certain major character in the original movie, and at that point a whole lot of details (from both movies) clicked into place.

 

Then I realized it had been a dream. Darn. :(

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:rofl: Some dream! Maybe you should write it down and sell it. :d

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Sure wish I could remember more than just my impression that it was brilliant!

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Yesterday I watched 'Adams Apples', a danish film with Mads Mikkelsen - really a film to recommend, it's funny and brilliant! 10/10

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I have to change my rating for Scarface.

 

Scarface - 9/10

 

 

 

I just saw 12 angry men and

I am totally overwhelmed by this true masterpiece.

It is indeed one of the finest and smartest pieces of cinema.

 

12 angry men - 10/10

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Her - 8/10

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Moonrise kingdom - 6/10

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Secret Life of Pets - only 7/10, because there were too many places were it was too loud for too long, and you knew how it would end five minutes after it started. But high marks for really funny-but-true animal behavior!

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Secret Life of Pets - only 7/10, because there were too many places were it was too loud for too long, and you knew how it would end five minutes after it started. But high marks for really funny-but-true animal behavior!

 

I have just seen the trailer on the cinestar-site and thought that it will be one of the films I want to see next. :) It comes to cinemas on July 28th, and it's only called 'Pets' over here.

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