Thread: Rate the last film you watched!

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    Not a new film but only just saw it yesterday:

    Dead Man's Shoes - 7/10

    Loved the gritty/raw/realistic feel to it all. Characters weren't overplayed and I didn't even have an inkling of the twist, and usually I'm quite good at seeing them well in advance.
    Lost some points as tbh it just wasn't that interesting, I think it did well at what it was aiming for but wasn't really what I was in the mood for.
    My partner and friends would probably have rated it higher :P
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    The avengers - 8/10

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    Horrible bosses
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    Spirited Away 8/10
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    28 days later - 10/10

    Still one of my all time fav zombie movies.
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    How to Train Your Dragon: 7/10


    The black dragon was too cute, it looked like a Disney Pokemon :/ but what REALLY annoyed me (being Scottish and all) was that all the adults had Scottish (ish) accents but the kids were american!! HTF does that work?
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    barbie and the nutcracker with my niece

    10/10 for sure

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    Brave - 9/10

    Absolutely Awesome film, maybe would not be as funny for non scots?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haggis View Post
    Brave - 9/10

    Absolutely Awesome film, maybe would not be as funny for non scots?
    Why so? I'd rate it 10/10 personally, I loved it
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    I watched How To Train Your Dragon here recently. It was pretty decent, especially for an animated Disney/Pixar-type movie, which I usually don't like. I'd say 7.5/10.

    I also tried to watch Memento. I got halfway through and couldn't stay interested. 6/10.

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