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  1. @The Bag Didn't notice this earlier, but you've got Lock, Stock in 1999 when it was 98 - could you amend. Ta
  2. @kerraig UK you need to make a call on these.
  3. Final reminder for this - up to 23 now I think.
  4. Saw this today with the kids and we all really enjoyed it. More of the same, but with added Danny Glover and Danny DeVito so as the first was really good then this is good stuff, plays off the first one nicely and is very funny.
  5. I’ve extended deadline for this to tomorrow night at midnight As wasn’t able to issue a reminder yesterday. Only 20 participants so be good to get a few more.
  6. Two though away games for Cardiff this week in Brentford and Leeds. 3 wins on the spin for Harris, but we made extremely hard work of it on Saturday. I don’t think we’ve really played well at home all season, but only lost the one.
  7. Gone quiet in here - deadline is Saturday night - we have 18 so far. Better do my picks 1995 1. Seven 2. Casino 3. Apollo 13 1996 1. Swingers 2. Trainspotting 3. Jerry Maguire 1997 1. LA Confidential 2. Starship Troopers 3. Grosse Point Blank 1998 1. Out of Sight 2. The Truman Show 3. Rushmore 1999 1. Galaxy Quest 2. Office Space 3. The Matrix
  8. 1994 Results Worldwide Box Office 1.The Lion King $763,455,561 2.Forrest Gump $677,945,399 3.True Lies $378,882,411 4.The Mask $351,583,407 5.Speed $350,448,145 Oscar Best Picture: Forest Gump BAFTA Best Picture: Four Weddings and a Funeral. 3rd at the box office is The Mask with Jim Carrey in one of three films starring Carrey in this year as the comedian shot to stardom. 6th at the box office was John Goodman in the Flintstones which is the only terrible film in this year's top ten. 8th was Mike Newell has a massive hit with Four Weddings and a Funeral which made a star of Hugh Grant, kept Wet, Wet, Wet at number one for a zillion weeks and was the first of many very successful Richard Curtis scripts. The film took most of the major BAFTAs. Grant also won a Golden Globe. 10th was Clear and Present Danger as Harrison Ford appears as Jack Ryan for the first time. Robert Zemeckis directs Tom Hanks in Forest Gump which was 2nd highest film at the box office and won Best Film, Director and actor (making it two best actor Oscars in consecutive years for Hanks). No love at all for it in this poll though. Jessica Lange get the Best Actress Oscar (and Golden Globe) for Blue Sky. Dianne West nabs all the Best Supporting actress awards for her performance in Woody Allen's Bullets over Broadway. Mark Rydell directs Richard Gere and Sharon Stone in Intersection. Michael Apted directs Madeleine Stowe in Blink James L. Brooks directs Nick Nolte in I'll Do Anything and he also starred next to Julia Roberts in I Love Trouble. Roger Donaldson directs Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger in The Getaway. Baldwin was also The Shadow. Ben Stiller directs himself, Winona Ryder and Ethan Hawke in slacker comedy, Reality Bites. Nicholas Cage was Guarding Tess. The Cohen brothers direct Tim Robbins, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Paul Newman in The Hudsucker Proxy. Robbins also appeared in IQ with Meg Ryan and Ryan was in When a Man Loves a Women with Andy Garcia. Paul Hogan was Lightning Jack. Peter Segal directs Leslie Nielsen in the final Naked Gun 33 1/3 and we got Police Academy 6:Mission to Moscow. Ron Howard directs Michael Keaton and Glenn Close in decent little drama, The Paper. Emilio Estevez does a sports sequel in D2: The Mighty Ducks and so does his brother, Charlie Sheen in Major League 2. John Waters directs a murderous Kathleen Turner in Serial Mom. Chevy Chase was in something called Cops & Robbersons as his film career fizzled out. Ice-T was Surviving the Game with Rutger Hauer while Tupac Shakur was Above the Rim. Madaleine Stowe and Andie MacDowell were Bad Girls while Uma Thurman found that Even Cowgirls get the Blues. Dennis Hopper directs Tom Berenger in Chasers. Ray Liotta had No Escape. Spike Lee directs Alfre Woodard and Delroy Lindo in Crooklyn. Richard Donner directs Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster in the good fun, Maverick. John Landis directs Eddie Murphy in the terrible Beverly Hills Cop 3. Penny Marshall directs Danny Devito in Renaissance Man. Devito also re-teamed with Arnie for Junior which wasn't a patch on Twins. Bernardo Bertolucci directs Keanu Reeves in Little Buddha. Billy Crystal wrote and stared in City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold. Macaulay Culkin was Getting Even with Dad and The Pagemaster and Richie Rich, but he wasn't in My Girl 2 as an undead Bee covered zombie. Mike Nichols directs Jack Nicholson and Michelle Pfeiffer in Wolf. Lawrence Kasdan directs Kevin Costner and Dennis Quaid in Wyatt Earp. Joel Schumacher directs Susan Sarandon and Tommy Lee Jones in Grisham adaptation, The Client. There were big screen outings for Black Beauty and Lassie. Rob Reiner directs Elijah Wood in North. Nicholas Cage was in lottery comedy, It Could Happen To You with Bridget Fonda. Brendan Fraser and Steve Buscemi, were Airheads. Tarantino's Pulp Fiction co-writer, Roger Avary directs Eric Stoltz in Killing Zoe. Meanwhile Oliver Stone directs Tarantino's script of Natural Born Killers which was hugely controversial and starred Woody Harrelson shedding his loveable idiot role from Cheers for good, Juliette Lewis and Robert Downey Jr. John Candy sadly dies near the end of filming, Wagon's East. Steve Martin writes and stars in A Simple Twist of Fate and in Nora Ephron comedy, Mixed Nuts. Hilary Swank was the Next Karate Kid. Jean-Claude Van Damme was a Timecop and a Street Fighter (with bonus Kylie Minogue), but Steven Seagal was On Deadly Ground. Charlie Sheen was also skydiving in Terminal Velocity as was Wesley Snipes in Drop Zone. Curtis Hanson directs Meryl Streep and Kevin Bacon in the River Wild. Sylvester Stallone was The Specialist with Sharon Stone. Wes Craven writes, directs and stars as himself in Wes Craven's New Nightmare as Freddy invades our reality in this meta horror with Robert Englund. Roland Emmerich directs Kurt Russell and James Spader in Stargate.Kenneth Branagh directs himself and Robert De Niro in Mary Shelley's Frankenstein. John Pasquin directs Tim Allen in The Santa Clause. Les Mayfield directs a John Hughes script as Richard Attenborough is Santa in Miracle on 34th Street. Hughes also wrote Baby's Day Out. Tommy Lee Jones was Cobb. Steve James directs acclaimed documentary, Hoop Dreams. Iain Softley directs Stephen Dorff and Ian Hart in Backbeat and Ang Lee directs Eat Drink Man Woman. Barry Levinson directs Michael Douglas and Demi Moore in office based/VR drama Disclosure. Bernard Rose directs Gary Oldman in Immortal Beloved. Oldman also starred in Romeo is Bleeding. Edward Zwick directs Brad Pitt and Anthony Hopkins in Legends of the Fall. Robert Altman directs Pret-a-Porter. Linus Roache stars in Priest. Lee Tamahori directs Once Were Warriors. Gillian Armstrong directs Winona Ryder and Susan Sarandon in Little Women. Jodie Foster is Nell and Paul Newman is Nobody's Fool alongside Bruce Willis and Jessica Tandy. Willis put in a much better performance than his other film, The Colour of Night. Stephen Sommers directs a live action The Jungle Book with Jason Scott Lee, 1 Point Neil Jordan directs this adaptation of Anne Rice's book as Tom Cruise and Brad Pitt star in Interview with a Vampire which was the 9th biggest film of the year. George Huang directs Kevin Space in dark Hollywood comedy, Swimming with Sharks 2 Points The Farrelly brothers direct and write Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels as total idiots in Dumb and Dumber in Carrey's 3rd film of the year and a big box office hit. Tim Burton directs Johnny Depp as the worst director in Ed Wood which won Martin Landau the Best Supporting Actor Oscar. Atom Egoyan directs Canadian strip club drama, Exotica with Bruce Greenwood and Elias Koteas. Robert Redford directs John Turturro and Ralph Fiennes in the excellent, Quiz Show. David Carson unites Kirk and Picard as the Next Gen cast move up to the big screen in Star Trek: Generations as Patrick Stewart and William Shatner battle Malcolm McDowell. Linda Fiorentino puts in a memorable performace in John Dahl's dark thriller, The Last Seduction with Bill Pullman and Peter Burg. Tsai Ming-liang directs Taiwanese drama, Vive L'Amour with Yang Kuei-mei and Lee Kang-sheng. 3 Points Jan de Bont directs Speed as Keanu Reeves and Sandra Bullock as they ride The Bus That Couldn't Slow Down thanks to a derganged Dennis Hopper in this enjoyable action hit. Alex Proyas directs Brandon Lee, who sadly died during filming in comic book adaptation, The Crow. Lau Kar-leung directs Jackie Chan in one his classic Kung Fu films in The Legend of the Drunken Master. James Cameron's True Lies sees Arnie and Jamie Lee Curtis do the spy thing in this remake of a French film, La Totale! that finished 3rd at the global box office. 4 Points Tom Shadyac directs Jim Carrey in Ace Ventura: Pet Detective in Carrey's first major starring role and the first of three hits this year alone. Kevin Smith writes, directs, has a small role in and works during the day in the store the film was shot in his debut film Clerks with Brian O'Halloran and Jeff Anderson. Béla Tarr directs 7 hour Hungarian drama Satantango based on a novel of the same name by László Krasznahorkai. Danny Boyle makes his directorial debut and Ewan McGregor makes his big screen debut in dark crime thriller, Shallow Grave which also starred Christopher Eccleston and Kerry Fox. Biggest film of the year is Disney's Lion King as they have a mega hit with this animaltastic tale with Matthew Broderick, James Earl Jones and Jeremy Irons providing voices and lots of memorable songs. 5 Points Krzysztof Kieślowski directs the third film in his colours trilogy and his final film altogether as Irène Jacob stars in Three Colours Red. 8 Points Wong Kar-wai directs Hong Kong comedy Chungking Express which gives us two tales of Hong Kong policeman look for love starring Takeshi Kaneshiro and Tony Leung. 3rd Place 14 Points Leon Luc Beeson directs his excellent Hitman film as Jean Reno trains Natalie Portman (in her debut role) on how to kill EVERYONE as they try and survive the attention of Gary Oldman's deranged DEA agent. Beeson's best film. 2nd Place 25 Points The Shawshank Redemption Frank Darabont adapts a Stephen King short story and nobody goes to see it at the cinema except it turns out to be an absolute classic, gets numerous award nominations and gains a massive lease of life as a rental. Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman are exceptionally good in this tale of prison life, despair and hope. 1st Place 44 Points Pulp Fiction Quentin Tarantino writes, directs (and shouldn't have starred) in his second film and win his second poll with one of the most iconic films of the decade (perhaps the most iconic) with his branching storyline classic, Pulp Fiction. He resurrects John Travolta's career, makes stars out of Samuel L Jackson and Uma Thurman as well as great performances from other actors, delivers an excellent best selling soundtrack and the film itself made a fortune at the box office.
  9. 1993 Results Worldwide Box Office 1.Jurassic Park $914,691,118[2] 2.Mrs. Doubtfire $441,286,195 3.The Fugitive $368,875,760 4.Schindler's List $321,306,305 5.The Firm $270,248,367 Oscar Best Picture: Schindler's List BAFTA Best Picture: Schindler's List Top 4 all get picks and its generally a very decent top ten in what was a great year overall. 5th is John Grisham adaptation The Firm as Sydney Pollack directs Tom Cruise and Gene Hackman. 6th is Adrian Lyne's drama Indecent Proposal with Robert Redford and Demi Moore. 8th is Nora Ephron's rom-com, Sleepless in Seattle with Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan. 9th sees Hanks wins his first Best Actor Oscar for Philadelphia opposite Denzil Washington in Jonathon Demme's AIDS drama.10th is another law drama as Denzil and Julia Roberts look at The Pelican Brief. Anthony Hopkins wins Best Actor at the BAFTAS for Shadowlands; Holly Hunter sweeps the Best Actress awards in The Piano and Anna Paquin gets Best Supporting at the Oscars for her role in the film. Winona Rider and Miriam Margolyes share the Best Supporting Actress awards between them at the Globes and BAFTAs opposite Daniel Day Lewis in Martin Scorsese's The Age of Innocence. Wolfgang Petersen directs the great president assassination thriller as Clint Eastwood in In the Line of Fire against John Malkovich. Eastwood also directs and stars in A Perfect World alongside Kevin Costner. Joe Dante directs John Goodman in nice movie making Cuban missile flick, Matinee. Frank Marshall directs Ethan Hawke in plane crash drama, Alive. Maddona starred in Body of Evidence. Jean-Claude Van Damme had Nowhere to Run. David Price directs Children of the Corn II: The Final Sacrifice. Michael J. Fox did a voice for Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey. Emilio Estevez and Sam Jackson do the parody thing in Loaded Weapon 1. Jon Amiel directs Richard Gere And Jodie Foster in Sommersby. Jeff Bridges and Sandra Bullock star in a remake of The Vanishing. Go watch the original. Maria Tomei and Christian Slater have an Untamed Heart. Barry Sonnenfeld directs a decent sequel in Adams Family Values as Anjelica Huston and Christina Ricci star. Bob Hoskins and John Leguizamo were Super Mario Bros. and thats enough about that.Burt Reynolds was a Cop and a Half. We got a TMNT 3. Walter Matthau had to deal with Dennis the Menace. Who could forget Eric Idle in Splitting Heirs. A big screen The Beverly Hillbillies was some executives daft idea; Hulk Hogan was Mr. Nanny. Johnny Depp and Mary Stuart Masterson were Benny and Joon. Wesley Snipes and Dennis Hopper went to the Boiling Point. George A. Romero directs Stephen King adaptation, The Dark Half. Michael Caton-Jones directs Robert De Niro and Leonardo DiCaprio in This Boy's Life and De Niro directs himself and Chazz Palminteri (who wrote the script) in A Bronx Tale. De Niro's final film of 1993 was the little known, but rather great Mad Dog and Glory which also starred Bill Murray. Ivan Reitman direct Kevin Kline and Sigourney Weaver in president comedy, Dave. Mario Van Pebles directs himself in Western, Posse. Phillip Noyce directs Sharon Stone and William Baldwin in Sliver. Whoppi Goldberg and Ted Danson were Made in America. Bridget Fonda and Gabriel Byrne faced the Point of No Return. Angela Bassett and Laurence Fishburne asked What's Love Got to Do with It. Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker got up to some Hocus Pocus. Dan Aykroyd had a bomb in Coneheads. We got a Weekend at Bernie's II. Michael Madsen went from torturing cops to trying to Free Willy. John Singleton directs Janet Jackson and Tupac Shaker in Poetic Justice. Philip Kaufman directs Sean Connery and Wesley Snipes in Rising Sun. Thomas Schlamme directs Mike Myers and Nancy Travis in enjoyable quirky comedy, So I Married an Axe Murderer and John Candy has his last hit with bob-sleigh comedy, Cool Runnings. Ang Lee directs The Wedding Banquet. Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday wasn't. John Woo directs his first American film as Jean-Claude Van Damme is a Hard Target. Mel Gibson directs and stars in The Man Without a Face. Christopher Lambert tried to escape a Fortress. Brad Pitt wasn't very nice in Kalifornia alongside Juliette Lewis. Max von Sydow and Ed Harris star in an adaptation of Needful Things. Bruce Willis was in Striking Distance. Macaulay Culkin was bad in the The Good Son. Howard Becker directs Alec Baldwin and Nicole Kidman in Malice. David Cronenberg directs M. Butterfly starring Jeremy Irons. Ronald F. Maxwell directs Tom Berenger and Jeff Daniels in Gettysburg. Jeff Bridges was Fearless. Matt Dillon was Mr. Wonderful; Emilio Estevez faced Judgement Night and Another Stakeout with Richard Drefyus. Spoofs: Fatal Instinct; Robin Hood: Men in Tights; Hot Shots Part Deux. John Travlota and talking dogs in Look Who's Talking Now. Surely Travlota would never make another decent film again ;-). Nancy Allen was back in RoboCop 3, but Peter Weller stayed away. Charlie Sheen and Keifer Sullivan were part of The Three Musketeers. Mike Myers and Dana Carvey party once again in Wayne's World 2. Charle Grodin dealt with Beethoven's 2nd. Lasse Hallström directs Johnny Depp and Leonard DiCaprio in What's Eating Gilbert Grape? We got the last decent Dark Knight film for a long while with Batman: Mask of the Phantasm. Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau were Grumpy Old Men. 1 Point The Hughes Brothers make their directorial debut with Menace 2 Society as Tyrin Turner and Jada Pinkett star. James Ivory directs Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thompson in period drama, The Remains of the Day. Henry Selick directs The Nightmare Before Christmas with Tim Burton collaborating as Halloween meets Christmas is Disney's stop motion story. 2 Points Renny Harlin gives us a chilly action flick as Sylvester Stallone faces off against John Lithgow in Cliffhanger in what would be Stallone's last year as an action star in decent movies. But he went out on a high also starring in alongside Wesley Snipes and Sandra Bullock in the great fun sci-fi action film, Demolition Man. Bar Copland in 1997, it would be a long, long time before Stallone was in anything decent again. Jim Sheridan directs Daniel Day Lewis, Pete Postlethwaite and Emma Thompson in the excellent and anger generating story of the Guildford 4 In the Name of the Father Robert Altman directs a massive ensemble cast in Short Cuts with Matthew Modine, Fred Ward and Julienne Moore as 3 of the 22 principal characters. Chris Columbus directs Robin Williams in drag in Mrs. Doubtfire which I'll happily admit is a great comedy as William's star power made this 2nd at the box office. It won a Golden Globe, as did Williams. Andrew Davis directs Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones in the third biggest film of the year in action thriller, The Fugitive which saw Jones winning best supporting actor awards at the BAFTAs and Globes. 3 Points Yuen Woo-ping directs Donnie Yen in Hong Kong martial arts flick, Iron Monkey . 4 Points Joel Schumacher directs Michael Douglas in one of his most iconic roles as he is Falling Down opposite Robert Duvall in this thriller of a man having a very mad day. 5 Points Arnie has a bomb with John McTiernan's Last Action Hero in this meta action comedy also starring Charles Dance. Production problems and being released the week after a film about dinosaurs didn't help. Krzysztof Kieślowski directs Juliette Binoche in French drama, Three Colours Blue which was the first of his three colours trilogy. George P. Cosmatos directs Wyatt Earp Western Tombstone with Kurt Russell and Val Kilmer 7 Points Brian De Palma directs a cracking gangster flick as Al Pacino and Sean Penn star in Carlito's Way. De Palma's last really great film (although Mission Impossible next year was decent) and an under-rated Pacino flick. Tony Scott directing, a Quentin Tarantino script, a brilliant soundtrack and an amazing cast gives us True Romance as Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette fall in love and try to sell some drugs. Full of great cameos and memorable scenes. I'm not sure this technically qualifies, but its genius, funny stop-motion so who can resist Nick Park's Wallace and Gromit: The Wrong Trousers with Peter Sallis as the cheese obsessed Wallace. 8 Points Richard Linklater writes and directs Jason London and Matthew McConaughey in his High School classic Dazed and Confused. Not a hit on release, it went on to be seen as one of the great high school movies. 11 Points No director has had a better single year than Steven Spielberg in 1993 as his masterpiece holocaust drama, Schindler's List misses out on third place on 1st place picks. It is not a film you can easily watch over and over as Liam Neeson and Ben Kingsley give superb performances, but its Ralph Fienne's portrayal as Nazi, Amon Göth that won his a Best Supporting Actor Oscar in only his third big screen role. The film won best film and director across the board and his achievement is more astonishing as he was also editing another film while making this one, but we will get to that in a minute. 3rd Place 11 Points Naked Mike Leigh's dark tale of David Thewlis taking a trip to London takes third place. Winning Best International film, director and actor at Cannes it kick started Thewlis' career as he starts alongside Lesley Sharp and Katrin Cartlidge. 2nd Place 24 Points Groundhog Day Harold Ramis directs fellow Ghostbuster, Bill Murray in Groundhog Day in a near perfect comedy, which could be argued as the decades best. Its high concept is brilliantly executed and its one of Murray's best performances alongside Andie MacDowell, Chris Elliott and a series of groundhogs known as Scooter that played Punxsutawney Phil. 1st Place 32 Points Jurassic Park Stephen Spielberg adapts Michael Crichton's book into a mega blockbuster as Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum must go faster to escape Jurassic Park. Heavily hyped, groundbreaking special effects, a brilliant John Williams score and a rollercoaster ride of thrills, scares and dinosaurs sees Spielberg smash box office records with this film in the same year he won all the awards for another as the director who effectively created the summer blockbuster does it again in the nineties.
  10. Now Subway want it released or some nonsense. https://movieweb.com/snyder-cut-justice-league-fast-food-support/ WB should just dump it on YouTube in a few parts in whatever state it is in although then we’d get release the Snyder cut in cinemas fully finished or some nonsense.
  11. Concur it is very good and description is a bit spoilery,
  12. Macclesfield’s game against Crewe called off due to unpaid wages. Surely there can’t be two clubs lost this season.
  13. 1992 Results Worldwide Box Office 1. Aladdin $504,050,219 2. The Bodyguard $411,006,740 3. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York $358,994,850 4. Basic Instinct $352,927,224 5. Lethal Weapon 3 $321,731,527 Oscar Best Picture: Unforgiven BAFTA Best Picture: Howards End 2nd at the Box Office is another year another Kevin Costner mega hit with a mega hit song as he protects Whitney Huston in The Bodyguard. 3rd is Home Alone 2: Lost in New York as Macaulay Culkin runs around the Big Apple. 4th is erotic thriller time as Paul Verhoeven directs Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone in Basic Instinct. At 8 is Emile Ardolino directing Whoppi Goldberg in musical comedy, Sister Act and at 9 is Francis Ford Coppola's flawed horror Bram Stoker's Dracula with Gary Oldman and a not very good Keanu Reeves. Al Pacino wins the Best Actor Oscar for his performance in Martin Brest's Scent of a Woman whch also won Best film at the Globes (and actor for Pacino). Robert Downey Jr. bagged Best actor at the BAFTA as Chaplin. James Ivory directs Emma Thompson to all the Best Actress awards for Howards End with Anthony Hopkins. The film also won BEST film at the BAFTAs. Jonathan Lynn directs Joe Pesci in My Cousin Vinny which won Marisa Tomei best supporting actress at the Oscars in a surprise win. Curtis Hanson directs Rebecca De Mornay as a nanny from hell in The Hand That Rocks the Cradle as the bad person crashes into nice families lives craze continues with Single White Female with Bridget Fonda. Drew Barrymore was Poison Ivy. Kurt Russell dealt with Ray Liotta trying an Unlawful Entry. Sylvester Stallone stars in another terrible comedy in, Stop! Or My Mom Will Shoot while John Carpenter directing Chevy Chase doesn't really work in Memoirs of an Invisible Man. Virtual Reality is here with The Lawnmower man starring Pierce Brosnan. Charles Grodin and a large dog in Beethoven. Eco animation with FernGully: The Last Rainforest. David Fincher makes his directorial debut with Alien 3 as Sigourney Weaver stars opposite Charles Dance in a marmite alien film messed up by studio interference. Carl Franklin directs a Billy Bob Thornton script in One False Move with Billy Bob starring opposite Bill Paxton. Ron Howard directs Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman in Far and Away. Harrison Ford is back as Jack Ryan in Patriot Games. Penny Marshall directs the rather great and I suspect fairly unknown female baseball team comedy, A League of Their Own with Genna Davis and Tom Hanks. Eddie Murphy was in romantic comedy, Boomerang while Kim Bassinger and Gabriel Byrne and cartoon stuff were in Cool World. Alec Baldwin and Meg Ryan had a Prelude to a Kiss. Roland Emmerich directs Jean-Claude Van Damme and Dolph Lundgren in Universal Soldier. Kristy Swanson was Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Nicholas Cage and Sarah Jessica Parker had a Honeymoon in Vegas.Doug Bradley was pinhead in Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth. Kenneth Branagh directs himself and Emma Thompson in Peter's Friends. Cameron Crowe directs Bridget Fonda and Matt Dillon in Singles. Wesley Snipes was Passenger 57. Richard Gere and Kim Basinger had some Final Analysis. Sean Connery was a Medicine Man. Stephen Frears directs Dustin Hoffman in Hero. Tom Selleck was Mr. Baseball while Billy Crystal was Mr. Saturday Night. Emilio Estevez managed The Mighty Ducks. Ridley Scott directs Gerard Depardieu in 1492: Conquest of Paradise and Marlon Brando stars in Christopher Columbus: The Discovery AND we got Carry on Columbus which wasn't the best idea. Robert Redford directs Brad Pitt in A River Runs Through It. Steven Seagal was Under Siege from Tommy Lee Jones. Tony Todd was Candyman, Candyman, Candyman. Kevin Kline and Mary Elizabeth were Consenting Adults. Andy Garcia and Uma Thurman star in Jennifer Eight. Spike Lee directs Denzel Washington in biopic, Malcolm X. John Sayles directs Mary McDonnell in Passion Fish. Barry Levinson directs Robin Williams in Toys. Steve Martin took a Leap of Faith and Housesitter. Mel Gibson was Forever Young. George Miller directs Nick Nolte and Susan Sarandon, in Lorenzo's Oil. Walter Hill directs Bill Paxton and Ice-T in Trespass. Jack Nicholson was Hoffa directed by Danny DeVito and John Goodman was The Babe. Robert Rodriguez’s makes his directorial debut with El Mariachi starring Antonio Banderas and Russell Crowe is a Romper Stomper. 1 Point Bill Duke directs the great crime flick Deep Cover as Laurence Fishburne and Jeff Goldblum get in way over their heads. Randal Kleiser directs Rick Moranis foolishly doing more experiments on his children in Honey, I Blew up the Kid. Richard Donner directs Mel Gibson, Danny Glover and Rene Russo in Lethal Weapon 3 as they start getting a bit too old for this shit, but its a decent threequel finishing 5th at the worldwide box office. Victor Erice directs Spanish painter documentary, The Quince Tree Sun. 2 Points Rob Reiner concludes his 7 film director run of good/great films with an adpatation of Aaron Sorkin's play (which he also wrote the screenplay for) with a A Few Good Men. Top tier courtroom drama with Tom Cruise, Demi Moore and an exceptional Jack Nicholson performance. Robert Zemeckis directs Meryl Streep, Bruce Willis and Goldie Hawn in black comedy horror, Death Becomes Her. Tilda Swinton stars with Bil Zanes in Sally Potter's period drama, Orlando Hayao Miyazaki writes and directs his 7th film where pigs can fly in Studio Ghibli's Porco Rosso. Phil Alden Robinson writes and directs a cracking cast including Robert Redford and Dan Aykroyd in hacking comedy, Sneakers Neil Jordon directs and wins best screenplay at the Oscars with The Crying Game as Stephen Rea and Miranda Richardson star in this thriller with a famous twist. Robert Altman directs star studded, Hollywood satire, The Player as Tim Robbins studio executive stars opposite Richard E Grant amongst many, many others. It won Best Film at the Globes and best actor for Robbins. Altman nabbed Best Director at the BAFTAs. Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson star in Ron Shelton's sport comedy, White Men Can't Jump which was both men's first lead role and saw them reunite having both mad their film debut in Wildcats. 3 Points Spike Lee directs Denzil Washington in his epic biopgraphy of Malcom X. Michael Ritchie directs a great boxing con-man comedy as James Wood and Oliver Platt try to hustle Bruce Dern in Midnight Sting (also known as Diggstown). Go watch it. Shinya Tsukamoto directs sci-fi horror Tetsuo 2: Body Hammer starring Tomorowo Taguchi. Michael Mann writes and directs Daniel Day-Lewis and Madeline Stowe in historical drama, The Last of the Mohicans. 4 Points Penelope Spheeris directs a SNL skit to a top ten box office finish and a pop culture hit as Mike Myers and Dana Carvey present Wayne's World. 6 Points Disney follow up their massive 1991 hit, Beauty and the Beast with an even bigger hit with Aladdin as a combination of hit songs and Robin William's superb vocal performance as the genie delivers one of the best loved Disney hits. Sam Raimi directs the third Evil Dead as Bruce Campbell gets groovy in the middle ages with Army of Darkness. 8 Points David Lynch directs a big screen sequel to his TV show in Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me with Sheryl Lee. 9 Points Tim Burton directs Batman Returns as Michael Keaton returns as the caper crusader dealing with Michelle Pfiffer's Catwoman and Danny Devito's Penquin with Christopher Walken upping the madness some more. 10 Points Brian Henson directs Michael Caine and the Muppets in The Muppet Christmas Carol which is, as the title suggests, a muppet based telling of Charles Dickens' classic tale. 11 Points John Woo directs his final Hong Kong action film before his move to Hollywood as Chow Yun-fat's cop kills bad guys and saves babies in Hard Boiled. 3rd Place 12 Points Glengarry Glen Ross James Foley directs an adaptation of a David Mamet play (who also wrote the screenplay) as an exceptional cast including Al Pacino, Jack Lemmon and Alec Baldwin are real estate salesman in Glengarry Glen Ross. Great performances and great dialogue as you'd expect from the cast and writer. 2nd Place 16 Points Unforgiven Clint Eastwood writes, directs and stars in his final western Unforgiven as he gives an outstanding performance as an aging gunfighter winning Best Picture and director at the Oscars as He and Morgan Freeman deal with Gene Hackman's bad guy that won him all the Best Supporting Actor roles. Benny calls it “A typically superbly directed Clint Eastwood rumination on and deconstruction of the Cowboy film” 1st Place 30 Points Reservoir Dogs First place goes to a landmark movie in film history which launched the career of its writer and director Quentin Tarantino, was a key film in the independent film revolution of the nineties, created controversy with one of its infamous violent scenes and ushered in the era of pop culture dialogue. Harvey Keitel, Tim Roth and Chris Penn are among the stars of the aftermath of a bank robbery gone wrong. It is a brilliant, low budget crime movie as the Tarantino era begins set to a cracking soundtrack.
  14. Oi - stop talking about 80’s horrors in here. I came in expecting another 10 people’s votes.
  15. Just found this - https://indiemacuser.co.uk/2019/09/27/uk-release-for-jay-and-silent-bob-reboot/ There were limited showing in some Vues and then some Indies and Showcase. Cineworld confirmed the aren't showing at all so its been and gone. Was looking forward to seeing it, but seems no choice but to go to high seas or wait until it comes out on streaming somewhere.
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