September 2018 Film DiScussion thread

7th August
The Miseducation of Cameron Post
American Animals
The Nun
Puzzle
The Seagull

14th August
Crazy Rich Asians
The Predator
King of Thieves
Lucky
Superfly
The Rider

19th September
Mile 22

21st September
A Simple Favour
Climax
Faces Places
Matangi/Maya/MIA
The Little Stranger
The House With a Clock in Its Walls

28th September
Night School
Black 47
The Wife

Best August film release

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp
  • Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
  • A Sicilian Ghost Story
  • The Escape
  • The Meg
  • The Equalizer 2
  • Christopher Robin
  • The Guardians
  • The Heiresses
  • BlacKkKlansman
  • Cold War
  • Searching
  • Upgrade
  • Yardie
  • Other (please specify)

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Still haven’t seen The Last Jedi.

Oooooft.

Didn’t realise Upgrade had actually come out here. Just checked the Cineworld site and the only place they’re showing it in London is Enfield :expressionless:

I loved this

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you are right, he has the dates wrong. it’s not out yet

Sorry guys, obviously it should say 7th September/14th September in the first post, I was clearly still half-asleep this morning

Has Juliet, Naked been released in the UK yet? There’s a scene at the end where Ethan Hawke is the double of @Bamnan.

November

Cold War

Jeez, and I thought the characters in Succession were unlikeable.

Ah well look out for a cameo from bam then

Climax is utterly horrible but also kind of brilliant

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Just remembered this is also out on the 7th (probably in a couple of Showcases and not much else)

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Is this the film where they literally blew up Upton Park?

The trailer looks horrendous (brilliant).

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Apparently so!

I’m sure it will be a great film, like all Sky Cinema Originals.

Next week at the cinema I should see

  • Touch of Evil
  • The Trial (Welles does Kafka)
  • 2001 (seen before but also a 70mm print)

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Today I saw Alpha and Searching.

Alpha is an odd one. It seems to have been released as a kids film (summer holidays release, mostly daytime screenings) but (a) it’s quite intense in places and (b) it’s all in some fictional ancient language and subtitled into English. Enjoyed it a lot, though. Just a nice, simple film. Good dog. Nice cinematography.

Searching was excellent. I don’t really want to say anything more about it because I think you need to go in essentially blind. But it’s really good. Definitely one to see in a halfway busy screen, as well.

Thought Searching was pretty good, though it maybe throws one too many twists into the mix. The opening few minutes got me a bit emotional as my mother died of cancer too. I fell for the red herring about Margot’s teacher that they have in the opening conversation between Margot and her father

i would say Touch of Evil

2001 would be amazing but it seems to be on at cinemas quite a lot

The Trial is decent but TOE is better