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    As above, so below - 6/10. Kind of disappointed with this one, I was really looking forward to watching it.
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    Frozen - 9/10 - my parents had never seen it so the four of us (my girlfriend) sat down and watched it together. My mum LOVED it :') and I think she's going to buy the soundtrack

    The Woman in Black - 7/10 - it's good, but has a bit of a slow start. Still love the ending though

    The Woman in Black: Angel of Death - 9/10 - considering it's a sequel (So i wasn't expecting much) it was REALLY good, and the climax was brilliantly done. I really enjoyed it! It was definitely better than the first one, and I like how it's not gory - even if a lot of the jump scares were predictable some of them still nearly gave me a heart attack!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nomos View Post
    As above, so below - 6/10. Kind of disappointed with this one, I was really looking forward to watching it.
    Yeah I saw this fairly recently. It wasn't that good, could have been a lot better.
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    ^ I thought I saw an advert on a bus for the Woman in Black sequel ..... I'm going to have to look it up on imdb because I don't remember anything about the first one that hinted at any possibility of a sequel. I can't for the life of me think where they've taken it.

    Jump scares are cheap and irritate me. Worst movie for them I've ever seen was some thing about drowning with Harrison Ford in it (maybe?) What Lies Beneath I think it was called, if I haven't made it up. I saw it in the cinema and was just bored.
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    The fact they have made a sequel annoys me, as far as I know Susan Hill wrote one book that was not open for a sequel. The book and the stage show represent it as the one off very good classic ghost story it is meant to be. The film over dramatized it using big names which in my opinion is a no no with horror films as it ruins the unsettled feeling I enjoy getting when I watch one, and unnecessary embellishments when the book was perfect as it was. The sequel is clearly just a way of seeing how much money they can make by making it more of a franchise. I will go and see it but I doubt I will like it.
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    Snowpiercer - 8/10 weird but good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kitebunny View Post
    ^ I thought I saw an advert on a bus for the Woman in Black sequel ..... I'm going to have to look it up on imdb because I don't remember anything about the first one that hinted at any possibility of a sequel. I can't for the life of me think where they've taken it.

    Jump scares are cheap and irritate me. Worst movie for them I've ever seen was some thing about drowning with Harrison Ford in it (maybe?) What Lies Beneath I think it was called, if I haven't made it up. I saw it in the cinema and was just bored.
    it's not so much a sequel in that the characters are the same, it's basically set in WWII so children from London are evacuated to the house where the woman in black lived. So it's a sequel in that the location is the same..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hazel View Post
    Snowpiercer - 8/10 weird but good!
    Ooh I have this on my laptop. Been meaning to watch it for ages!
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    Quote Originally Posted by catface View Post
    Ooh I have this on my laptop. Been meaning to watch it for ages!
    Give it a go, I was tipsy when I watched it, going to have to watch it again sober, there's a LOT of symbolism in it.
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    The Notebook - 8/10

    awwww :'(
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