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Wonder if this ends up like Lost where three seasons in you're like 'Are they ever going to get off the train? What is off the train??'

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On 11/01/2018 at 10:05, Butters said:

Haven't seen the original film. Worth a look? Is it on any of the streaming services?

 

It doesn’t appear to be for some reason. I meant to watch it ages ago when you could still switch Netflix regions, but didn’t get around to it. Now it’s like it never existed in the first place.

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1 hour ago, knightbeat said:

The Brighton to London train was much like this during the late 90s/early 2000s.

 

and yet only took 4 minutes in 1953...

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43 minutes ago, HarryBizzle said:

Trailer is a bit weird. Like that Avengers game, but not as bad. Bit too close to the movie so it just kinda feels weird rather than it’s own thing. 

 

Yeah felt like the actress playing Tilda Swinton's character was seemingly doing an impression of her performance, but just not quite as full on.

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Feels like someone at Netflix said "Are there any old films we can turn into a Westworld style dystopian drama? Oh, how about we just take this film from 6 years ago that's on Netflix already and just spread it out to 10 hours long."

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