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Johnny English Strikes Again (2018)
I was giggling
Saw Johnny English Strikes Again. Was silly so made me laugh. Some was corny and I liked that, as seemed as if wasn't trying too hard. Especially with his silly attempts to attract the Russian spy.
Nice scenery in London, south of France and Scotland. Emma Thompson as Prime Minister. Baddie was an American cyber criminal. Russian spy joined together with Britain against him. Russian spy is same actress as in a real James Bond film.
A Quiet Place (2018)
It wasn't scary in the way that stops me sleeping at night, but was thrilling in the way it kept me on the edge of my seat, as was quite emotionally suspense in an eerie world. I had a roller coaster of emotions. I gave it 9 instead of 10 because the time felt as it went quite fast and I wished it had gone on longer. Had me thinking how what might seem obvious in normal life, such as shooting the creatures, would have to be a last option as the noise would attract more.
I felt as if this didn't follow the usual Hollywood movie plot, and would probably be more enjoyed by a mature audience, than teenagers more into action movies. It had a low budget which isn't a bad thing, as gave me a feeling I get from independent film makers than Hollywood. I think people who are too critical of this film maybe aren't getting the good points. Talented child actors and good chemistry between John and Emily.
Made me think about if we were invaded by aliens then we would need different ways to attack than we might first try.
Brilliant Viking parody
This is brilliant and hilarious. I won't be able to watch Vikings in the same way again. A viking parody made by Norway with actors who speak English (scenes are shot in Norwegian and English), but also with its own unique story lines and likable characters. Part I'm on now has an English Christian monk who helps sick children, helps at animal shelter, fund raises as well as wanting to make the world a better place for others. Then you see the vikings in their boat who have spotted land
Made me think and funny
One of the best films I have seen for a while, and I still keep thinking of it days after. Sad and also funny. Makes you think how you judge people. My friend complained it didn't have an outcome at the end, but I don't think it was like a straightforward Hollywood film, as the events changed his life. I joked to my friend that maybe there should be a sequel, to see how he enjoyed his Egypt holiday, are Icelanders like us British when we go to the Mediterranean where you go red on first few days and then skin peels off rest of week. Was his girlfriend sectioned or if not, was she happy in her shop. Did he get the image of his mother's boyfriend in the kitchen out of his head.
After watching first episode, I sat up all night watching whole series
I had big expectations with such good actors. Real actors from European theatre, TV and films. Sir Michael John Gambon, Christopher Eccleston from Dr Who. Sofie Gråbøl was very good as the governor. Richard Dormer from Game of Thromes played the main police officer well, with Stanley Tucci as the newcomer officer from London. I wasn't disappointed. Reason I watched was because I was getting into watching Icelandic cinema online, and then this came up because it was filmed in Iceland, even though it was British made. The community seemed to be based on Svalbard, island off Norway, and I've always been fascinated what it must be like to live in such a remote location. I thought it was quite an original intriguing story line and cared about the characters. I had to watch whole series in one night, as needed to know what would happen next. Then in-between all the murder and mystery, there was the amusing couple of the uptight Scandinavian teacher, with his fat homely British girlfriend who he enjoyed feeding