Good Films - aka the Chucks n' Fitzy Spoiler Alert Thread


#4141

Liam Neeson bating the shite out lads on a train, its just out


#4142

Anybody seen Hostiles yet

Any good ?


#4143

its unreal, the wild west was a very harsh environment


#4144

I was very sick as an infant. In the pre-antibiotic age I would have died before I was one.


#4145

I absolutely love wild west movies or TV programmes. I even watched a modern western last night starring Ethan Hawke that was shit but i enjoyed it for the background, costumes, scenery, spitting, shooting, riding horses, whores, cussing. There was an Oirish drunkard priest came up in it which i thought was a very accurate depiction.


#4146

My grandfather ( God rest him) thought the VCR was the best invention ever and used to send me down on a Saturday to rent out a minimum of two westerns and two ww2 movies


#4147

My grandfather was the same. Happy out watching John Wayne movies on repeat.


#4148

Did the fella in the shop and grandad tell you they were ahem “westerns “ :sunglasses:


#4149

Yea. That was my Grandfather to a tee. He’d watch Wayne all day long if he could


#4150

They were chief.


#4151

I’m sure they were .


#4152

Worth seeing. Good cast, beautifully filmed and scored.


#4153

I can’t stop think about “Darkest Hour” its some film, I was researching George VI there, he was a great man, a great man, a lovely man


#4154

The fella in our local video shop used to be known as momma.

He had a selection of what he called “oh momma make the tae” movies i.e. when it would get saucy it was time for momma to make the tae :blush:


#4155

there was an awful pervert running a video shop on Douglass street years ago


#4156

Is it better than Dunkirk?


#4157

Bertie.


#4158

yes, a lot better


#4159

George was a great family man, he went to Heathrow to see off Elizabeth on a African tour when he was dying against all medical advice, the pictures of him waving her off was very sad


#4160

Gary Oldman brought a lovely vulnerability to Winston Churchill, I love the way Churchill faced down that lickspittle Neville Chamberlin and Lord Halifax, it put an awful strain on him