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    Default Films your looking forward to seeing

    Due out at Xmas

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    Love to see on the big screen

    Back to the future( all of em)
    The goonies
    Original taking of Pelham 123


    And
    My fav
    Train planes and automobiles
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flappy View Post
    Love to see on the big screen

    Back to the future( all of em)
    The goonies
    Original taking of Pelham 123


    And
    My fav
    Train planes and automobiles
    ... and in colour, one can dream
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    The Martian ;

    and on IMAX - Everest x

    That horrible accident on the mountain in 96 (?) got me started on my own climbing gig .

    Still going .

    But aside that , I hear it's a really well made film ? 3D ?

    Any opinions ? x


    and :

    Anyone seen The Martian ? Xx
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    I'm looking forward to this at some stage. I've not yet seen a movie that does the play justice.





    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    The Martian ;

    and on IMAX - Everest x

    That horrible accident on the mountain in 96 (?) got me started on my own climbing gig .

    Still going .

    But aside that , I hear it's a really well made film ? 3D ?

    Any opinions ? x


    and :

    Anyone seen The Martian ? Xx

    I saw it a few nights back. It's very good. Ridley Scott uses a few ploys and gimmicks every now and then that remind you you're watching a Hollywood production with a target market but overall it's surprisingly good.

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    As per Stephanie & MrAnderson
    The Martian
    Everest
    And Macbeth with Fassbender.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephanie View Post
    The Martian ;

    and on IMAX - Everest x

    That horrible accident on the mountain in 96 (?) got me started on my own climbing gig .

    Still going .

    But aside that , I hear it's a really well made film ? 3D ?

    Any opinions ? x


    and :

    Anyone seen The Martian ? Xx
    I've seen both. I'm blue in the face from recommending people to go see the Martian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dob View Post
    I've seen both. I'm blue in the face from recommending people to go see the Martian.
    I will I will I will !! Soon as I'm back ! xxx

    Thank you for recommendation !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dob View Post
    I've seen both. I'm blue in the face from recommending people to go see the Martian.
    What you think of Everest ? X
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