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1 hour ago, Waggo said:

I thought the trailer for Hawkeye looked class.

 

Did not previously have much interest in it tbh until I watched that & now I am in.

 

Me too. Renner was was very important in the Avengers films to bring some lightness and they seem to realise that here.

 

(And he's better at it than Antman because he's more 'normal' than Scott, who's a bit idealistic/childlike/dim)

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On 13/11/2021 at 20:41, Thor said:

What an absolute load of utter bollocks! I just watched Thor Ragnarok, and everything involving Surtur at the end was fucking spectacular thanks to the larger aspect ratio.

 

15 hours ago, Thor said:

Depends on how you read it. It's not that aggressive. 

Dunno, I'm cowering behind the sofa over here... 

 

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14 hours ago, Stanley said:

Anyone watched Home Alone yet, the new one? It’s, ok. 

Yeah we watched it, I was going to do a little writeup but haven't got around to it yet...

It's ok...amazing cast does well though a lot of cameos mean several funny roles are very short (the Dean from Community for example). 

 

That end though...seemed quite wrong? 

 

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1 hour ago, PeteJ said:

Yeah we watched it, I was going to do a little writeup but haven't got around to it yet...

It's ok...amazing cast does well though a lot of cameos mean several funny roles are very short (the Dean from Community for example). 

 

That end though...seemed quite wrong? 

 

Yeah I thought so too, it just kind of switched tone, and if there was any subtext it felt completely lost by the end. 

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I watched the first hour of Shang Chi today. Somebody help me with the IMAX stuff, what am I looking for? The black bars at the top and bottom of the screen stayed the same size throughout, I was under the impression the picture would bigger during action sequences or something?

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4 hours ago, ckny said:

I watched the first hour of Shang Chi today. Somebody help me with the IMAX stuff, what am I looking for? The black bars at the top and bottom of the screen stayed the same size throughout, I was under the impression the picture would bigger during action sequences or something?

Were they really thin bars though?

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11 hours ago, JohnC said:

Die Hard is coming on 3 December. It mentions that the delay with this coming later than the rest is due to existing agreements with someone else.

Anything else they are adding that day? I'm still waiting for the whole Alien franchise to appear...

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The 2017 DuckTales reboot is so damn good. It's a hit with my 5 y/o and 9 y/o, and I frequently find myself laughing out loud at it. I genuinely doubled up laughing multiple times in the A Nightmare on Killmotor Hill episode, as each character visits the others' dreams. The characters are so well drawn, in multiple senses, with each of the kids having a very distinct personality, and David Tennant is having a whale of a time as Scrooge.

 

Most popular kids telly on there, in our house:

  • DuckTales 2017
  • Mickey Mouse 2013 (these are anarchic and wonderful, I'd have said I hated Mickey Mouse two years ago)
  • The Owl House (superbly off-message version of child-enters-magical-world trope)
  • Miraculous Lady Bug (French magical girl superhero show which credits its viewers with a lot of intelligence - also on Netflix, but it's a season behind)

Between those and the original Avatar on Netflix, it's a good time to be a parent.

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2 hours ago, Alexlotl said:

The 2017 DuckTales reboot is so damn good. It's a hit with my 5 y/o and 9 y/o, and I frequently find myself laughing out loud at it. I genuinely doubled up laughing multiple times in the A Nightmare on Killmotor Hill episode, as each character visits the others' dreams. The characters are so well drawn, in multiple senses, with each of the kids having a very distinct personality, and David Tennant is having a whale of a time as Scrooge.

 

Most popular kids telly on there, in our house:

  • DuckTales 2017
  • Mickey Mouse 2013 (these are anarchic and wonderful, I'd have said I hated Mickey Mouse two years ago)
  • The Owl House (superbly off-message version of child-enters-magical-world trope)
  • Miraculous Lady Bug (French magical girl superhero show which credits its viewers with a lot of intelligence - also on Netflix, but it's a season behind)

Between those and the original Avatar on Netflix, it's a good time to be a parent.

Gravity Falls is great if you’ve not seen it and you like the Duck Tales Reboot.

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