Film The Redcafe Movie review thread

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£16! is that how much these things cost! Wow. I wait the three years until things ooo up on Netflix or Prime - am far too tight to pay that.
It's cos of the lack of cinema thing. I think the price is about right especaily if you're watching as a family. Still a shite film though.
 

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I’m out of touch! I thought it was about £4.

mind you the last time I rented a film, it was a DVD about 20 years ago!
Aye, a bit but I didn't explain well. It's instead of a cinema release, so they charge a premium to watch it before you can rent or buy like it would be normally. Rentals after things have been at the cinema are quite cheap - normally a couple of quid on itunes.
 

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Wasted 16 quid on renting Wonder Woman 1984.

I might learn now to believe reviews
, so at least there's that. Managed 55 minutes.
I go by the Guardian and Roger Ebert. Also take a look on Rotten Tomatoes. Sometimes you get a film that is rated good by the critics but poor by the general audience.
 

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But.. is Gal Gadot hot enough to warrant the £16..?

I haven't watched it yet, but it's a shame that it seems to be fairly universally disliked, as I really liked the first one. £16 is just so much money when I have 50 odd films already on Netflix, Sky, Prime watchlists..