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PostPosted: Thu May 31, 2018 4:20 pm 
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I've seen Solo and thoroughly enjoyed it. For the most part it was quite different to other Star Wars films, mainly because Solo is just a guy with no special skills such as controlling the force. This made it interesting for me as it was a different look at the Star Wars universe and didn't require the normal dark side trying to persuade someone with the force to join them.

There were a nice number of Easter eggs that I spotted and I've now read about more which I'll look out for when I get round to seeing it again.

And, just to keep us Star Wars fans happy, it did end with some stereotypical Star Was action with space ships doing what space ships do best in their galaxy. Plus there's the unexpected twist at the end with a character appearing that I would never have guessed, had I'd been told someone was appearing. No, it wasn't Jar Jar Binks before you all get worried.

Overall, a couple of hours well spent.

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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2018 10:06 am 
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Asphalt_World wrote:
I've seen Solo and thoroughly enjoyed it. For the most part it was quite different to other Star Wars films, mainly because Solo is just a guy with no special skills such as controlling the force. This made it interesting for me as it was a different look at the Star Wars universe and didn't require the normal dark side trying to persuade someone with the force to join them.

There were a nice number of Easter eggs that I spotted and I've now read about more which I'll look out for when I get round to seeing it again.

And, just to keep us Star Wars fans happy, it did end with some stereotypical Star Was action with space ships doing what space ships do best in their galaxy. Plus there's the unexpected twist at the end with a character appearing that I would never have guessed, had I'd been told someone was appearing. No, it wasn't Jar Jar Binks before you all get worried.

Overall, a couple of hours well spent.


Oh nooo, was it a porg???

Thanks Asphalt, I think I may go for it, especially as we get cheap tickets through my office.

I'd like to know the Easter eggs, but I wouldn't like the spoilers, so I think I'll refrain from Googling it for now!


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PostPosted: Fri Jun 01, 2018 9:43 pm 
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Siao7 wrote:
Asphalt_World wrote:
I've seen Solo and thoroughly enjoyed it. For the most part it was quite different to other Star Wars films, mainly because Solo is just a guy with no special skills such as controlling the force. This made it interesting for me as it was a different look at the Star Wars universe and didn't require the normal dark side trying to persuade someone with the force to join them.

There were a nice number of Easter eggs that I spotted and I've now read about more which I'll look out for when I get round to seeing it again.

And, just to keep us Star Wars fans happy, it did end with some stereotypical Star Was action with space ships doing what space ships do best in their galaxy. Plus there's the unexpected twist at the end with a character appearing that I would never have guessed, had I'd been told someone was appearing. No, it wasn't Jar Jar Binks before you all get worried.

Overall, a couple of hours well spent.


Oh nooo, was it a porg???

Thanks Asphalt, I think I may go for it, especially as we get cheap tickets through my office.

I'd like to know the Easter eggs, but I wouldn't like the spoilers, so I think I'll refrain from Googling it for now!


The most exciting Easter egg for me, in a rather sad way I know, was early in the film. This won't be a spoiler so read on. They are whizzing around a place in a kind of whizzy machine, (notice the lack of spoilers here) and you get a few shots that show various enemy spaceships being built. It all looked rather cool imo.

Oh, and no it was not a Porg!

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 02, 2018 5:56 pm 
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Solo was brilliant IMO, I'll need to watch it again first but my first impressions are that it's the best Star Wars film since the original trilogy.

The cast was brilliant, no weak link, and while I had my doubts when I first heard about his casting I thought Alden nailed it as Han.

Re the unexpected character at the end, not really a spoiler as such but it may make it easy for people to guess so:
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:42 am 
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Asphalt_World wrote:
Siao7 wrote:
Asphalt_World wrote:
I've seen Solo and thoroughly enjoyed it. For the most part it was quite different to other Star Wars films, mainly because Solo is just a guy with no special skills such as controlling the force. This made it interesting for me as it was a different look at the Star Wars universe and didn't require the normal dark side trying to persuade someone with the force to join them.

There were a nice number of Easter eggs that I spotted and I've now read about more which I'll look out for when I get round to seeing it again.

And, just to keep us Star Wars fans happy, it did end with some stereotypical Star Was action with space ships doing what space ships do best in their galaxy. Plus there's the unexpected twist at the end with a character appearing that I would never have guessed, had I'd been told someone was appearing. No, it wasn't Jar Jar Binks before you all get worried.

Overall, a couple of hours well spent.


Oh nooo, was it a porg???

Thanks Asphalt, I think I may go for it, especially as we get cheap tickets through my office.

I'd like to know the Easter eggs, but I wouldn't like the spoilers, so I think I'll refrain from Googling it for now!


The most exciting Easter egg for me, in a rather sad way I know, was early in the film. This won't be a spoiler so read on. They are whizzing around a place in a kind of whizzy machine, (notice the lack of spoilers here) and you get a few shots that show various enemy spaceships being built. It all looked rather cool imo.

Oh, and no it was not a Porg!


Dammit, you make me wanna go even more now!!!!

Thanks, I'll definitely watch this one


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2018 10:46 am 
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I did watch DP2 on Friday.

It was hilarious, I liked it even more than the first one. Proper comedy, full of other movie references and Ryan Reynolds at his best.

I can't recommend it enough if you have watched and liked the first one.

My favourite one liner was when he called Josh Brolin
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!!! Just for us born in the 70's to appreciate!


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 9:26 pm 
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Siao7 wrote:
Asphalt_World wrote:
I've seen Solo and thoroughly enjoyed it. For the most part it was quite different to other Star Wars films, mainly because Solo is just a guy with no special skills such as controlling the force. This made it interesting for me as it was a different look at the Star Wars universe and didn't require the normal dark side trying to persuade someone with the force to join them.

There were a nice number of Easter eggs that I spotted and I've now read about more which I'll look out for when I get round to seeing it again.

And, just to keep us Star Wars fans happy, it did end with some stereotypical Star Was action with space ships doing what space ships do best in their galaxy. Plus there's the unexpected twist at the end with a character appearing that I would never have guessed, had I'd been told someone was appearing. No, it wasn't Jar Jar Binks before you all get worried.

Overall, a couple of hours well spent.


Oh nooo, was it a porg???

Thanks Asphalt, I think I may go for it, especially as we get cheap tickets through my office.

I'd like to know the Easter eggs, but I wouldn't like the spoilers, so I think I'll refrain from Googling it for now!

Look out for things on the yacht belonging to the guy with scars on his face for easter eggs, there are more but don't want to do any spoiling! Theres references to Indiana Jones as well as Star Wars stuff!


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 06, 2018 10:39 am 
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dompclarke wrote:
Siao7 wrote:
Asphalt_World wrote:
I've seen Solo and thoroughly enjoyed it. For the most part it was quite different to other Star Wars films, mainly because Solo is just a guy with no special skills such as controlling the force. This made it interesting for me as it was a different look at the Star Wars universe and didn't require the normal dark side trying to persuade someone with the force to join them.

There were a nice number of Easter eggs that I spotted and I've now read about more which I'll look out for when I get round to seeing it again.

And, just to keep us Star Wars fans happy, it did end with some stereotypical Star Was action with space ships doing what space ships do best in their galaxy. Plus there's the unexpected twist at the end with a character appearing that I would never have guessed, had I'd been told someone was appearing. No, it wasn't Jar Jar Binks before you all get worried.

Overall, a couple of hours well spent.


Oh nooo, was it a porg???

Thanks Asphalt, I think I may go for it, especially as we get cheap tickets through my office.

I'd like to know the Easter eggs, but I wouldn't like the spoilers, so I think I'll refrain from Googling it for now!

Look out for things on the yacht belonging to the guy with scars on his face for easter eggs, there are more but don't want to do any spoiling! Theres references to Indiana Jones as well as Star Wars stuff!


Oh cool, good to know! I'll check it as it sounds as a great movie. Thanks


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Den of thieves
- a group of theives get together to pull off a heist on the federal reserve bank but no one can be trusted as the band of misfits are suspicious of each other. It’s a good action movie balls to the wall guns blazing kinda flick. I thought it was very similar to “heat” with the whole cops & robber mind games played out. The ending you don’t see coming.

Death wish
- BRUCE WILLIS revenge at its finest. A regular guy living his life when tragedy strikes, he can’t sit around waiting for the cops to find the bad guys so he starts looking for them and the searching gets good. Some great 1 liners as you would expect from good ol Bruce. If your a fan of search and destroy movies this ones for you.

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