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Silent Runner

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  1. That's one of the best performances of the season, no doubt. Everywhere on the pitch the Arsenal were better. Jesus in the second half was superb, winning the corner that led to the goal. Top quality. 

  2. That foul on Saka was so clear even that clown Jenas acknowledged it. Then Saka is booked for his response - just trash refereeing. 


    Jesus confidence looks completely shot - that miss from the Martineli cross was bizarre. 

  3. Anyone watching the new Interview with The Vampire show? I've watched the first 3 and I'm really liking it. The new cast are good, it's pretty grusome at times and the journalist is a good character.


    The new one is set is early 20th Century New Orleans so it's all jazz, plantations, racism and the start of the new America. I'm going to keep watching. 

  4. We haven't had a kick since Saka went off and all their chances came from screw-ups at the back. This has a Lindgard equaliser written all over it. 

  5. Don't Worry Darling



    A 1950s housewife living with her husband in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that his glamorous company could be hiding disturbing secrets.


    This got a bit of a kicking when it came out, but I had a great time with it. Florence Pugh and Chris Pine are great, Harry Styles is pretty wooden though. I loved the look of it and the design. I read a review that suggested it was a twilight zone episode stretched out over 2 hours and that's probably fair. 



    You can guess where it's going from about 20 minutes in but the journey is enjoyable and there are a few nice twists on the way.



  6. On 26/10/2022 at 00:42, Dark Soldier said:



    Fuck yes what a movie just go into it read and watch nothing. 




    I was so hyped for this and kept it to watch with a few beers after work tonight and had an absolute riot with it. My favourite horror film of the year I think - fucking loved it. 

  7. The Patient


    Domhnall Gleeson is a serial killer trying to stop killing people. To do this he kidnaps his therapist, Steve Carrell, in-prisons him in his basement and forces him to take therapy sessions with him.  


    This is a 10 part drama from the creators of The Americans that finished up last night. I thought this was really excellent but maybe didn't need 10 episodes to tell the story. The 2 leads are superb and the scenes they have together are tremendous. There's real tension and you're never really sure where it's going to go. 


    I think it's on Disney soon, it's definitely worth watching and I'm sure the two lads will win a ton of awards.



  8. I got the email about the new 'Profile Transfer' feature aka no more account sharing. As soon as my sister, parents and nephews lost their access I'll be cancelling - I don't watch anything on it anymore, their film catalog doesn't seem to have anything pre-90's and 'Pretty Little Liars' is going at the end of the month. 

  9. 36 minutes ago, The Fox said:

    Ødegaard sub was a bad one - he’d been looking dangerous, and Vieira was disastrous when he came on. Killed all our momentum.


    Hooking Martinelli was bizarre as well. 

  10. Probably should have won that but some of the finishing was chronic. 6 games in 2 weeks finally caught up. Thought Tierney looked lively when he came on. 

  11. 10 hours ago, Monkeyboy said:

    Pearl, the prequel to X is "out there." And it's just as good as X, if not better. Mia Goth is outstanding. Totally star making turn from her. The director, Ti West, is operating on another level at the minute.


    4 out of 5


    What's the AV quality like? I saw it get deleted from a few places.


    Watched Piggy last night and hated it. A good idea but poorly executed. No scares, gore, laughs or tension - definite pass. 

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