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Mark Anthony Ayling
Mark Anthony Ayling: Author of Northern Futures: Contributor at Mental Health Advisor. All opinions own.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Oh yeah... The way it just flips the coin halfway through is awesome...
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Good call.
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Melanie 1h
The Fly. Romcom/drama/science fiction/horror. One of the very best.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Replying to @Linda_Marric
Custard.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Anyone want to put a shout out for their favourite hybrid movie of all time? No lists. Just favourites. Putting the shout out for Jaws first. One half horror/One half boys own adventure movie... Spread the love people
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Replying to @right_movies
This as well...
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Replying to @right_movies
Mean even.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Replying to @right_movies
Gonna put the shout out for Road To Perdition, Meal Streets and Miller's Crossing too...
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Replying to @right_movies
On the home front gonna fly the flag for The Long Good Friday cause... Bob.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
Replying to @right_movies
I do love Once Upon A Time In America quite a bit.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 1h
I can imagine.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 2h
I remember watching Deep Rising around that time too... Another film I enjoyed worthy of a revisit.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 2h
Replying to @right_movies
Gonna put the shout out for Raimi's Spiderman 2. Still better and more unique than pretty much all of marvel's subsequent output...
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Mark Anthony Ayling 2h
Replying to @right_movies
Richard Donner's Superman is the greatest of them all.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 2h
I remember liking Phantoms when I watched it as a student way back at the fag end of the nineties. It was a post work VHS rental from the vid shop up the road from my student digs. It was panned as I recall, but I enjoyed it at the time.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 3h
Replying to @moviesinfocus
The Porkchop Express will never die...
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Mark Anthony Ayling 3h
Replying to @RetroRevelation
If you didn't know it was advertising a Batman movie and took the title away, you could be forgiven for assuming they'd made an alternative history flick of bad disco from the late 70's, early 80's...
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Mark Anthony Ayling 3h
I apologised to myself for making the effort to watch it and then I went to watch it again to be sure, but I wound up apologising to myself twice. Lesson learned. Eventually.
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Mark Anthony Ayling 3h
Replying to @SerenaLFischer
Looks like a dog from. talking dog movie...
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Mark Anthony Ayling 3h
Replying to @Alcoholic4rtist
It's like the 80's all over again. Except now we have to wait a silly amount of months in a digital era to get a look at stuff the rest of the civilised world already watched, spoilered and moved on from...
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