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(iNews (UK))   British cinema-goers prefer marmalade-eating bears to Thor and Spider-Man (and have FINALLY got bored of Pirates Of The Caribbean)   ( inews.co.uk) divider line
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2018-01-02 09:37:53 PM  
6 Wolf Warrior 2 - £643 million

Let me guess, Chinese movie?
 
2018-01-02 09:52:08 PM  
Haven't seen the sequel, but the 2014 Paddington was outstanding and superbly entertaining.
 
2018-01-02 10:00:49 PM  
When a man is tired of Pirates Of The Caribbean, he is tired of Pirates Of The Caribbean Samuel Jackson
 
2018-01-02 10:08:43 PM  
Is it really a surprise that the British like Paddington?
 
2018-01-02 10:10:06 PM  
You know, in general on Fark I see complaints about the movie studios recycling ideas, but yet no other movie recommendations are made. I just saw "I, Tonya" and that is a pretty good film. Also, "The Shape of Water" is worth seeing. I want to see "Lady Bird" but have not had the chance yet. And this is before I even want to see the latest Star Wars movie, since I know it will be in theaters for awhile.

I realize not every location will show indie movies. I recommend streaming rentals if you can.
 
2018-01-02 10:19:11 PM  

fusillade762: 6 Wolf Warrior 2 - £643 million

Let me guess, Chinese movie?


That's like two Three Wolf Moon Warriors, twice.
 
2018-01-02 10:35:06 PM  
Johnny Depp seems to have gone past his expiration date.

My wife who is a pretty big fan of his would not believe me that he was in Fantastic Beasts even though we've seen it twice.  I won a pretty kinky bet on that one.

I guess he'll be in the next one but the days of him driving a box office are probably over.
 
2018-01-02 11:18:52 PM  

skinink: You know, in general on Fark I see complaints about the movie studios recycling ideas, but yet no other movie recommendations are made. I just saw "I, Tonya" and that is a pretty good film. Also, "The Shape of Water" is worth seeing. I want to see "Lady Bird" but have not had the chance yet. And this is before I even want to see the latest Star Wars movie, since I know it will be in theaters for awhile.

I realize not every location will show indie movies. I recommend streaming rentals if you can.


I still want to see The Disaster Artist.
 
2018-01-03 07:26:44 AM  

skinink: You know, in general on Fark I see complaints about the movie studios recycling ideas, but yet no other movie recommendations are made. I just saw "I, Tonya" and that is a pretty good film. Also, "The Shape of Water" is worth seeing. I want to see "Lady Bird" but have not had the chance yet. And this is before I even want to see the latest Star Wars movie, since I know it will be in theaters for awhile.

I realize not every location will show indie movies. I recommend streaming rentals if you can.


I've been hearing great things about The Phantom Thread, but that's not in wide release yet.
 
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