What film have you just seen?

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    The Irishman (2019)

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    Really good film. Was not impressed by Pacino. He played himself again. However, Pesci was wonderful. DeNiro always delivers.
     
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    Hoffa (1992)

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    Loved this film. Jack Nicholson was amazing as Jimmy Hoffa.
     
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    The Irishman as well. I thought it was very good as well, but about half an hour too long. Great to see Scorsese, De Niro, Pesci and Al Pacino team up again.
     
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    IT (1990)

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    This was a re-watch, but it's still awesome. Tim Curry was amazing.
     
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    Quite low budget yet surprisingly large number of big name actors. I wish they'd do more Discworld movies, ideally the town watch movies.
     
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    Talk about low budget, that looks like a poster for a panto!

    Saw Lion last night. A true story about an Indian boy who was accidentally separated from his mother aged 5, taken to an orphanage and then adopted by an Australian family, and his adult attempts to find his birth mother. Really moving film, I never cry at films but was bawling my eyes out, I’m about to be a father so I think the vulnerable child aspect touched a bit of a raw nerve...
     
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    Damn! Any links?
     
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    Unsure about that,

    Rhianna hasn't been involved in years apparently. https://twitter.com/rhipratchett/status/1160201596950765572?lang=en

    The 'official' twitter account appears on the face to still be on board.
    https://twitter.com/terryandrob/status/1199301665284935680


    Remains to be seen if its any good but most fans I know are 'trepid' but still okay with it.
     
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    Don’t worry fella, not ashamed to admit that I also shed a few manly tears at the end. #manly tears.
     
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    Yep that last scene ... heartstrings right there
     
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    No one with a heart could not be touched by that final scene? Tears of joy. And then they showed the real people. Amazing story.
     
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