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This film destroyed the series.

Awful from start to finish.
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Brilliant film... James Mcavoy is a talent not to missed in this and the previous film.
This film destroyed the series.

Awful from start to finish.
nablor04/01/2020 18:22

Brilliant film... James Mcavoy is a talent not to missed in this and the …Brilliant film... James Mcavoy is a talent not to missed in this and the previous film.


How he didn't get awarded anything for his performance in split is beyond me
Same price on Amazon Prime if you want to support a honest tax payer.

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tempt04/01/2020 18:51

Same price on Amazon Prime if you want to support a honest tax …Same price on Amazon Prime if you want to support a honest tax payer.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Glass-James-McAvoy/dp/B07MG7Z6ZS/


Hmm, not so sure that Amazon are completely honest, a large proportion of their proclaimed 220m tax payment was actually NI contributions, so their corporation tax would have been much lower
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 4th Jan
Marmite film
J Mc was amazing. The film on the other hand most definitely was not.
Can’t see me buying anything from iTunes between now and the start of mega movie week as I think this and others, including even newer films, will likely be even cheaper! Personally I liked this film.
Unbreakable and Split were amazing. Glass started brightly, did nothing for ages, built itself back up again... before ending in a way I never saw coming BUT not necessarily in a good way.

Basically like a bad relationship
Edited by: "judgejedd79" 4th Jan
Not as good as Unbreakable or Glass but still a solid film. Heat!

Shame it isn’t 4K HDR though.
Edited by: "Jameseh" 4th Jan
Waste of 2 hrs....horrendous film. Wouldn’t watch it again for free
Free on Sky Movies right now
On NowTV currently
Such a disappointing film.
mark900004/01/2020 21:31

Such a disappointing film.



Most disappointed I've ever been by a film. Given the quality of the previous 2.
marcgreen1104/01/2020 19:19

Hmm, not so sure that Amazon are completely honest, a large proportion of …Hmm, not so sure that Amazon are completely honest, a large proportion of their proclaimed 220m tax payment was actually NI contributions, so their corporation tax would have been much lower



Tripled their Corporation Tax last year. Up to a whopping £14 million. In previous years Amazon have taken almost as much in employment grants as they have paid in Corporation Tax. I know lots of overseas corporations pay next to no tax in the UK but to suggest that Amazon is any better than the others is not true.
slacker04/01/2020 22:32

Tripled their Corporation Tax last year. Up to a whopping £14 million. In …Tripled their Corporation Tax last year. Up to a whopping £14 million. In previous years Amazon have taken almost as much in employment grants as they have paid in Corporation Tax. I know lots of overseas corporations pay next to no tax in the UK but to suggest that Amazon is any better than the others is not true.



I presume you are talking corporation tax. Corporation tax is paid at 19% of profit. Amazon's profit was £74 million, so £14 million is the correct tax due. If they paid £14 million, they paid all their tax due, so I'm not sure how anyone could criticise them. Why would they pay more than what they owe?
slacker04/01/2020 22:32

Tripled their Corporation Tax last year. Up to a whopping £14 million. In …Tripled their Corporation Tax last year. Up to a whopping £14 million. In previous years Amazon have taken almost as much in employment grants as they have paid in Corporation Tax. I know lots of overseas corporations pay next to no tax in the UK but to suggest that Amazon is any better than the others is not true.




razo05/01/2020 05:37

I presume you are talking corporation tax. Corporation tax is paid at 19% …I presume you are talking corporation tax. Corporation tax is paid at 19% of profit. Amazon's profit was £74 million, so £14 million is the correct tax due. If they paid £14 million, they paid all their tax due, so I'm not sure how anyone could criticise them. Why would they pay more than what they owe?


I still don’t think that it is fully honest, quote from another website

“Amazon’s two UK subsidiaries – Amazon UK Services and Amazon Web Services UK - had combined tax bills of only £83m over the decade, as the bulk of sales are booked via Luxembourg. Amazon UK Services arm paid £14m in corporation tax last year.”

How much profit is hidden in Luxembourg that could be owed to the UK?
marcgreen1105/01/2020 09:09

I still don’t think that it is fully honest, quote from another w …I still don’t think that it is fully honest, quote from another website“Amazon’s two UK subsidiaries – Amazon UK Services and Amazon Web Services UK - had combined tax bills of only £83m over the decade, as the bulk of sales are booked via Luxembourg. Amazon UK Services arm paid £14m in corporation tax last year.”How much profit is hidden in Luxembourg that could be owed to the UK?



Global profits were roughly zero over the decade, until the last year, so I imagine no profit was booked in Luxembourg either. The last year, they finakly started to make a profit, but global profit they posted was $2billion, so £74million for the UK seems very plausible.
The issue isn't that they don't pay the tax that they owe (they do), it's that their business model is taking no profit, thus crushing the competitors who need to make a profit to pay their bills (small companies), so that eventually they can make a profit when they've crushed all their competitors.
But that is just the logical business model conclusion of unrestrained capitalism. The real problem is that people keep electing governments who have no intention of restraining capitalism, instead of the governments that look after the people's interests.
razo05/01/2020 11:29

Global profits were roughly zero over the decade, until the last year, so …Global profits were roughly zero over the decade, until the last year, so I imagine no profit was booked in Luxembourg either. The last year, they finakly started to make a profit, but global profit they posted was $2billion, so £74million for the UK seems very plausible.The issue isn't that they don't pay the tax that they owe (they do), it's that their business model is taking no profit, thus crushing the competitors who need to make a profit to pay their bills (small companies), so that eventually they can make a profit when they've crushed all their competitors.But that is just the logical business model conclusion of unrestrained capitalism. The real problem is that people keep electing governments who have no intention of restraining capitalism, instead of the governments that look after the people's interests.



Zero profit over the last decade, I have read an article that suggests that and there are other reports that contradict it by some margin which are probably worked back from the annual reports. Even in their own annual statements they choose not to disclose what the gross profit is, that lack of transparency loses any credit of being honest and opens it up to scrutiny.

Re governments labour brought in the tax break policy, the coalition didn’t do anything to resolve it and now we have another government, something might be done soon under OECD proposals. They have been caught with their pants down in the EU and the US are also looking at scrutinising them, so it’s not just down to which party is voted in.

Amazon may be paying marginally more tax than another tech giant, but honest they are not and they shouldn’t be excluded from criticism until they are transparent.
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 5th Jan
hechizero04/01/2020 20:57

Free on Sky Movies right now


Why do people keep saying free on sky movies, Netflix, gamespass or whatever. It’s not “Free” it’s just available if you pay for it. I pay council tax every month but I don’t go around saying I get my bins collected for free.
noeasywayout06/01/2020 10:43

Why do people keep saying free on sky movies, Netflix, gamespass or …Why do people keep saying free on sky movies, Netflix, gamespass or whatever. It’s not “Free” it’s just available if you pay for it. I pay council tax every month but I don’t go around saying I get my bins collected for free.


They mean if you already have the subscription it’s at no added cost further to what you’re paying currently. As opposed to not realising it’s on the platform you already pay for and renting from another at an additional cost.
Edited by: "SavvyChap" 6th Jan
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