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Never heard of Bone Tomahawk but have just read about it and looks interesting. I don't go to the cinema anymore so will just have to wait for it to come on tv.

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Ant.....Its one heck of a good Western.
But....Not for the squeamish.

®®®®®.......Five stars. :guiness;

BONE TOMAHAWK.

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jammy395 wrote:SHIT.......DONT SPOIL IT BILL..... :lol:

I look forward to seeing it. :clap:



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Don't worry Jammy, I've not given anything away.

When you do watch it however, check out Tom Hardy's 1800's frontiersman accent, and see if you think it occasionally slips.

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Been watching the Attack On Titan anime TV series on blu ray.

It's sort of like Captain Pugwash with an allegory of the Japanese experience of World War II. With bits of Game of Thrones, Full Metal Jacket, Tintin thrown in.

My children have been transfixed by it.

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If you haven't seen it you'd probably enjoy the film Akira, Lindsay. Ghost in the Shell was a terrific TV series as I remember, but I'm not sure if it would seem a bit dated now.
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"Harvey" cause I love Bunnies.
It can be done so imagine it.

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slinger wrote:If you haven't seen it you'd probably enjoy the film Akira, Lindsay. Ghost in the Shell was a terrific TV series as I remember, but I'm not sure if it would seem a bit dated now.
Akira Collection added to our Lovefilm rental list. Thanks slinger.

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I, Daniel Blake directed by Ken Loach

Heartbreaking, heartwarming and sometimes even funny...powerful stuff.

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Watched Akira tonight. My children didn't get into it.

We watched the 2nd pair of blu rays of Attack on Titan last week. My children loved that.

They also sat glued to Revenant last night.

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Watched Season 6 of Game of Thrones on blu ray over the last week.
What a great programme! The televisual highlight of the 2010's.

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