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JoJo Rabbit and Knives out and John wick 3 where my highlights of last year.

John wick had the freshest action ideas i have seen in a long time. 

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Just watched 1917. Very, very good movie. Highly recommend. The cinematography and storytelling via framing is impeccable.  Made by the director/cinematographer duo that made Skyfall (Sam Mendes and Roger Deakins respectively) 

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2 hours ago, Blueberry said:

 The cinematography and storytelling via framing is impeccable.

I believe the movie was filmed in a "one" take style? If that makes sense, I'm keen to see it, but at the moment im tossing up if i should see that or Bad Boys 3

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12 hours ago, TheLaw said:

I believe the movie was filmed in a "one" take style? If that makes sense, I'm keen to see it, but at the moment im tossing up if i should see that or Bad Boys 3

Correct,it's a "1 shot". They have some unbelievable camera tracking.

I would love to see how they managed to do some of those shots. 

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I just watched The Mule last night on Netflix. I put it on a bit after midnight, as I was just after a movie to watch part of before bed. Turns out that was a mistake, as I couldn't stop watching. I thoroughly enjoyed it from start to finish and now I plan to go and watch a fair chunk of Eastwood's back catalogue.

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Finally got around to watching John Wick 3... damn the action scenes in these movies have been fantastic.

Absolutely loved it and really setup for another one.

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The John Wick movies just get better and better.

I was a bit "meh" on the first one the first time I watched it.  Felt like another tied old action movie (maybe I had made my mind up before watching it)

But the last two made me go back and re-watch it and I was so wrong. Love the Hit Man lore they have in it and the action and stunts are up there with the best.

No. 3 Just takes it to a whole new level!

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I watched Greyhound last night. It was really interesting seeing part of the war I don't know much about. Only 1.5 hours and pretty action packed.

 

If anyone listens to the Hardcore History podcast, Tom Hanks was interviewed on Dan's second channel which was also a great listen.

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12 hours ago, MasterShrive said:

I watched Greyhound last night. It was really interesting seeing part of the war I don't know much about. Only 1.5 hours and pretty action packed.

I recently watched that as well! I loved it from after the first contact! Gave me the itch to watch BoB and The Pacific again 

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