March Film Thread.

Films are good aren’t they?

Releases this month:

What They Had
Everybody Knows
Under the Silver Lake
Captain Marvel


Best film o’ Feb?

  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Wrong Answer

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Seems like Jordan Peele’s new film has come round really quickly. Can’t wait to see that.

And Captain Marvel :blue_heart:

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Feel like you’ve created a little poem here, mate:

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Kind of looking forward to triple frontier :grimacing:. Its going to suck isnt it?

1st March

What They Had
The Hole in the Ground

8th March

Captain Marvel
The Kindergarten Teacher
Everybody Knows
Miss Bala
Ray & Liz

15th March

Under the Silver Lake
Ben is Back
Fisherman’s Friends
What Men Want
The Fight

22nd March

The White Crow
Five Feet Apart
Minding the Gap (documentary)

29th March

At Eternity’s Gate
3 Faces
Captive State
Out of Blue
Lords of Chaos
The Vanishing
Being Frank (documentary)


Best February film release

  • If Beale Street Could Talk
  • Burning
  • The Lego Movie 2
  • How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
  • Fighting With My Family
  • Green Book
  • Can You Ever Forgive Me
  • Alita: Battle Angel
  • Boy Erased
  • Instant Family
  • Happy Death Day 2 U
  • Capernaum
  • Cold Pursuit
  • On the Basis of Sex
  • Other (please specify)

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Beale Street in probably any other month of the last five or so. Burning though…

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Would be surprised if burning doesn’t end up being my film of the year. (seem to be less hot on beale street than everyone else, I thought it was ‘good’)


  • Green book
  • Foxtrot
  • Capernaum

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Went to foxtrot in the end as Capernaum was a late showing. It was very good

Beale Street was a very, very, very close second to Burning. Very close. Very.

Watched Amadeus for the first time today. On a pretty hot streak of home film watching at the moment. Absolutely fucking loved it. What a mad idea for a 3 hour film. Glad it won all the Oscars tbh.


Did you see the director’s cut? Must be the only PG rated film I’ve ever seen to have a topless woman and references to coprophilia

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Haha yep. Apparently the director’s cut went from a PG to an R. Definitely glad I watched that version - added even more darkness to F Murray Abraham’s character.

Saw it as a kid in GCSE music class. The bit where Mozart’s gf brings his sheet music to Salieri and as he looks at each piece of paper, the tune he’s reading plays in his head and he almost collapses with the amazingness of it all… that’s a scene that has never left me and that i think of often.

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saw Peterloo
guess it falls short of being a masterpiece as there are some weird bits that don’t quite land, i found it so compelling tho. everyone should watch it for the subject matter alone. don’t remember even learning about the Peterloo Massacre at school and it’s something everybody should know about

also there should be more period films about non-rich people generally

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Would rather rewatch Cold Pursuit than Burning tbh