The Untouchables Blu Ray Amazon £4.49 Prime / Without £6.48
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The Untouchables Blu Ray Amazon £4.49 Prime / Without £6.48

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Found 8th Feb
The Untouchables Blu Ray £4.49 Prime / Without £6.48


been waiting for this to come down in price, great film.
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thedvdmonster2 h, 13 m ago

For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the …For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the last time I watched it.


Please do not comment ever agsin
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I want him dead.
I want his family dead.
I want his house burned to the ground....
For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the last time I watched it.
thedvdmonster1 m ago

For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the …For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the last time I watched it.


It hasn’t aged well at all.
thedvdmonster1 h, 35 m ago

For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the …For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the last time I watched it.


seen Titanic or an English patient...
Edited by: "RiKx" 8th Feb
thedvdmonster2 h, 13 m ago

For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the …For an Oscar winner I thought this movie was a bit on the rubbish side the last time I watched it.


Please do not comment ever agsin
RiKx1 h, 28 m ago

How so?


I do still like the film, I always have, I just found it very much entrenched in the 80’s style of filmmaking, and has, at times, an overly dramatic and operatic feel in its style and pacing. The performances are still stellar and it has De Palma’s flair on show throughout.

Conversely, I watched Millers Crossing recently too, 3 years after The Untouchables, and found that it holds up fairly well in comparison, which I hadn’t expected.

Each to their own, and all that jazz.
majestic201218 m ago

I do still like the film, I always have, I just found it very much …I do still like the film, I always have, I just found it very much entrenched in the 80’s style of filmmaking, and has, at times, an overly dramatic and operatic feel in its style and pacing. The performances are still stellar and it has De Palma’s flair on show throughout.Conversely, I watched Millers Crossing recently too, 3 years after The Untouchables, and found that it holds up fairly well in comparison, which I hadn’t expected.Each to their own, and all that jazz.


Do you also think the godfather doesn’t hold up well too?
coolio2818 m ago

Do you also think the godfather doesn’t hold up well too?


The Godfather is timeless and still the greatest film of all time. Coppola filmed perfection.

Two totally different films from different eras.
majestic201218 m ago

The Godfather is timeless and still the greatest film of all time. Coppola …The Godfather is timeless and still the greatest film of all time. Coppola filmed perfection.Two totally different films from different eras.


Two different films yes but both fall within the gangster drama category do they not?
coolio2811 m ago

Two different films yes but both fall within the gangster drama category …Two different films yes but both fall within the gangster drama category do they not?


They do. What’s your point?
Edited by: "majestic2012" 8th Feb
majestic20122 h, 7 m ago

They do. What’s your point?


I haven’t got a point, just wanted to see if you’d respond to my pointless messages.
coolio281 h, 0 m ago

I haven’t got a point, just wanted to see if you’d respond to my pointless …I haven’t got a point, just wanted to see if you’d respond to my pointless messages.


Kudos, friend.
majestic201218 h, 36 m ago

I do still like the film, I always have, I just found it very much …I do still like the film, I always have, I just found it very much entrenched in the 80’s style of filmmaking, and has, at times, an overly dramatic and operatic feel in its style and pacing. The performances are still stellar and it has De Palma’s flair on show throughout.Conversely, I watched Millers Crossing recently too, 3 years after The Untouchables, and found that it holds up fairly well in comparison, which I hadn’t expected.Each to their own, and all that jazz.


I really like the style of it, I don't find it very 80s at all i think it feels very pre-80s in places and ahead in others. Not a bad thing, I also like 80s style alot. I think this movies dramatic operatic pacing is fantastic i think the score is excellent, the costumes sharp and the performances strong and edgy. Probably Costner's finest IMHO, even though everyone remembers DeNiro's. The train station shoot-out is fantastic, though I am aware its a "homage" to battleship potemkin, but taken much further and probably one of the finest set-pieces ever.
RiKx2 m ago

I really like the style of it, I don't find it very 80s at all i think it …I really like the style of it, I don't find it very 80s at all i think it feels very pre-80s in places and ahead in others. Not a bad thing, I also like 80s style alot. I think this movies dramatic operatic pacing is fantastic i think the score is excellent, the costumes sharp and the performances strong and edgy. Probably Costner's finest IMHO, even though everyone remembers DeNiro's. The train station shoot-out is fantastic, though I am aware its a "homage" to battleship potemkin, but taken much further and probably one of the finest set-pieces ever.


Spot on!
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