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Ghost

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I've lost my way several films back it probably doesn't help that I stopped watching agents of shield after the first season

I found out recently that Ash vs. evil dead after three seasons has been cancelled
 

Dotsie

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Thanks for the marvel updates ;) One day I'll sit down with imdb and work out where I'm up to.
 

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I found Prometheus in a charity shop and, as I haven't seen it and was only vaguely aware that it was sci-fi, I bought it and just watched it. I had no idea that it was an Alien prequel. I can't say it was the best film I've seen and it's certainly not the best of the Alien franchise, but it was enjoyable enough.
 
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I went to see Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald, it was OK not quite as good as the first one I thought, but like the second book in a trilogy it just seemed to drag a little in places. Enjoyable though, roll on the third one.
 

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My friend gave me her copy of the first Fantastic Beasts. It was pretty good, but I'm not fond of the actor playing the main character. Talk about mumble! Maybe that's how he's supposed to sound - I haven't read the book.

I also watched Brad Pitt in Fury and also Bradd in Inglorious Basterds. I loved them both - Bradd Pitt is such a good actor as seen in these two films.

Inglorious Basterds started off, to my mind, like The Good, The Bad and The Ugly. The film seemed to chop and change its styles throughout - but it still worked.
 
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