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30 Apr
4:28pm, 30 Apr 2021
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Yeah, I saw that come in. Starr is a great channel. :-) G
30 Apr
5:13pm, 30 Apr 2021
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Angus Clydesdale
"Oscar-winning Film Turns Out To Be Huge Yawnfest" ran the shock headline....

year, after
year, after
3 May
9:51am, 3 May 2021
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Nah, I've got to disagree Angus ...

2020 - "Parasite.
2019 - "Green Book"
2018 - "The Shape of Water"
2017 - "Moonlight"
2016 - "Spotlight"
2015 - "Birdman"
2014 - "12 Years a Slave"
2013 - "Argo"

The only one of this recent lot that I didn't think worthy was "Moonlight". (Should have been Hidden Figures or Hacksaw Ridge.) All the others were excellent films.
4 May
12:24am, 4 May 2021
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Angus Clydesdale
Ok, Agree on 12 years a slave. And I haven’t seen parasite or green book.

Obvs we're all different and like different things and it’s all personal opinion. I also haven’t like many Booker Prize winning novels either.

Still, for me Oscar winner = avoid (on the whole)
4 May
8:52am, 4 May 2021
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Shape of Water and Green Book were very "accessible". I loved Birdman, though I know it split opinions even in here. I found 12 Years a Slave a difficult watch (as you'd expect!) and Parasite is still in my To Watch list! :-) G
4 May
8:55am, 4 May 2021
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I *quite* enjoyed Birdman but I think it's the weakest of that list. Quite pretentious in retrospect, if skilfully made.
4 May
9:44am, 4 May 2021
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Red Squirrel
Ooh - I thought Moonlight was excellent.
4 May
9:50am, 4 May 2021
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Johnny Blaze
I saw Martha Marcy May Marlene last night. Rather good, I thought.

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