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    Post  Guest on Wed Oct 22, 2008 4:18 am

    I have an amazing ability to tune out anything I don't want to hear. I spent most of the movie eating and humming Queen songs in my head.
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    Post  Rooq on Wed Oct 22, 2008 4:19 am

    The Real JK wrote:I have an amazing ability to tune out anything I don't want to hear. I spent most of the movie eating and humming Queen songs in my head.

    Good good thats not bad then!!!! better than watching that poo!!
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    Post  The Ayatollah on Wed Oct 22, 2008 4:48 am

    Octopussy - One of Roger's better Bond films. And I can say Ive met Octopussy herself Very Happy. Maud Adams doesnt look 60!
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    Re: Film's you've seen today

    Post  Shaun2J on Wed Oct 22, 2008 6:56 am

    Both of the Mortal Kombat films: Meh, the first one is better. The second one was just a clusterfuck.

    Wasn't there the talk of a 3rd MK film?
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    Re: Film's you've seen today

    Post  Garibaldi on Wed Oct 22, 2008 9:13 am

    The Real JK wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:
    The Real JK wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:
    IOV wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:
    IOV wrote:
    The Real JK wrote:The Breakfast Club

    My fiancee made it all the way to age 22 without seing this movie. Had to put that right. Still fantastic no matter how many times you see it.

    You're obviously a bigger woman than your fiancee is

    And you're obviously a cinematic philistine

    Obviously

    Glad to see we agree on the important things! Wink

    As do we! IOV is definately a cinematic philistine!

    Oh crap! The gooner agrees with me! affraid

    We're also both Trekkies, Dwarfers, Who fans and worship the ground Steven Moffat walks upon.

    Mad WASH YOUR MOUTH OUT!

    Dwarfer, yes
    Whovian, yes
    Lurker, yes
    Browncoat, yes
    Leaper, yes
    but never....NEVER...trekkie Mad


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    Post  Guest on Wed Oct 22, 2008 9:30 am

    Garibaldi wrote:
    The Real JK wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:
    The Real JK wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:
    IOV wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:
    IOV wrote:
    The Real JK wrote:The Breakfast Club

    My fiancee made it all the way to age 22 without seing this movie. Had to put that right. Still fantastic no matter how many times you see it.

    You're obviously a bigger woman than your fiancee is

    And you're obviously a cinematic philistine

    Obviously

    Glad to see we agree on the important things! Wink

    As do we! IOV is definately a cinematic philistine!

    Oh crap! The gooner agrees with me! affraid

    We're also both Trekkies, Dwarfers, Who fans and worship the ground Steven Moffat walks upon.

    Mad WASH YOUR MOUTH OUT!

    Dwarfer, yes
    Whovian, yes
    Lurker, yes
    Browncoat, yes
    Leaper, yes
    but never....NEVER...trekkie Mad

    Sorry but in order to name all four incarnations of the Borg and know that the Voyager borg are "lameass" you've got to be a Trekker at the very least!
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    Re: Film's you've seen today

    Post  The Stig on Wed Oct 22, 2008 9:48 am

    High School Musical 3: Senior Year.

    Surprisingly well put together, with an excellent story to it, and the cast put on an amazing performance.

    The double turn with Tiara turning heel on Sharpay, resulting in Sharpay's face turn, and outdoing Tiara was just brilliantly done, along with Troy and Gabriella's big return at the end.

    I especially loved the swerve at the end when I thought it had finished, but then it kept going!!
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    Post  Outlaw2x4 on Wed Oct 22, 2008 4:26 pm

    Irish Jam

    ....so bad.
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    Re: Film's you've seen today

    Post  Garibaldi on Wed Oct 22, 2008 7:14 pm

    The Real JK wrote:Sorry but in order to name all four incarnations of the Borg and know that the Voyager borg are "lameass" you've got to be a Trekker at the very least!

    huh?

    anyone can tell the borg are shite in Voyager.

    Feckin' HATE Trek! Mad


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    Post  Guest on Thu Oct 23, 2008 5:03 am

    Garibaldi wrote:
    The Real JK wrote:Sorry but in order to name all four incarnations of the Borg and know that the Voyager borg are "lameass" you've got to be a Trekker at the very least!

    huh?

    anyone can tell the borg are shite in Voyager.

    Feckin' HATE Trek! Mad

    From a thread ages ago where I pitted the Borg against the Daleks. You also knew about Manny Coto taking over the final season of Enterprise.

    Come out of the closet Razz
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    Post  Garibaldi on Thu Oct 23, 2008 7:52 am

    The Real JK wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:
    The Real JK wrote:Sorry but in order to name all four incarnations of the Borg and know that the Voyager borg are "lameass" you've got to be a Trekker at the very least!

    huh?

    anyone can tell the borg are shite in Voyager.

    Feckin' HATE Trek! Mad

    From a thread ages ago where I pitted the Borg against the Daleks. You also knew about Manny Coto taking over the final season of Enterprise.

    Come out of the closet Razz

    I read SFX pretty avidly - I've been namechecked in it, my old drinking buddy was one of the highest profile writers and news editors they ever had - part of the original team. Before that it was TV Zone I bought for about 5 years. Means I kinda know stuff. I know the damn hobbit drowned in Lost - doesn't mean I watch the show. And Manny Coto is pretty high profile in the TV SF world, so what he is/isn't doing is reasonably big news. When it comes to TV + Sci-fi, I'm the guy you cede the quiz paper to in the pub, boyo.

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    Re: Film's you've seen today

    Post  The Stig on Thu Oct 23, 2008 8:39 am

    Six times I've come to this thread now, just to see you two having a conversation.

    "Off-topic" isn't even scratching the surface here.
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    Re: Film's you've seen today

    Post  Big Dave on Thu Oct 23, 2008 8:41 am

    Under Seige - Good, it was nominated for Oscars, I never knew that.

    Iron Man - Awesome!
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    Post  The Ayatollah on Thu Oct 23, 2008 9:17 am

    If thats the Seagal "Under Siege", it was ok, dont know about an Oscar worthy film. Good for seeing Erika Eleniak's jubblies and Tommy Lee was good in it. Is it just me or is Gary Busey always playing the same kind of guys?? Typical Seagal film, shoot, kick arse.......end of Laughing Laughing
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    Post  IOV on Thu Oct 23, 2008 9:35 am

    The Ayatollah wrote:If thats the Seagal "Under Siege", it was ok, dont know about an Oscar worthy film. Good for seeing Erika Eleniak's jubblies and Tommy Lee was good in it. Is it just me or is Gary Busey always playing the same kind of guys?? Typical Seagal film, shoot, kick arse.......end of Laughing Laughing

    I hate Segal with a passion, i would pay big money to go see a film where someone just shoots him in the head inside the first five minutes
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    Post  The Ayatollah on Thu Oct 23, 2008 9:45 am

    All of his films were the same kind of shit, he either seemed to play an ex-cop, a badass renegade cop out to avenge, or an ex Navy Seal
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    Post  Uptown Llama of Doom on Thu Oct 23, 2008 10:58 am

    IOV wrote:
    The Ayatollah wrote:If thats the Seagal "Under Siege", it was ok, dont know about an Oscar worthy film. Good for seeing Erika Eleniak's jubblies and Tommy Lee was good in it. Is it just me or is Gary Busey always playing the same kind of guys?? Typical Seagal film, shoot, kick arse.......end of Laughing Laughing

    I hate Segal with a passion, i would pay big money to go see a film where someone just shoots him in the head inside the first five minutes

    Watch Executive Decision. Very Happy
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    Post  The Ayatollah on Thu Oct 23, 2008 2:24 pm

    I have, thats the one with Kurt Russell in it?? It wasnt bad
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    Post  Big Dave on Thu Oct 23, 2008 2:31 pm

    I don't rate any segal film except Under Seige.
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    Post  Uptown Llama of Doom on Thu Oct 23, 2008 2:51 pm

    The Ayatollah wrote:I have, thats the one with Kurt Russell in it?? It wasnt bad

    The important thing is it's the one where Segal dies in the first 10 minutes.
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    Post  The Ayatollah on Thu Oct 23, 2008 3:53 pm

    Too true! His other films were the same shit tho...Nico and the like
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    Post  'Dub on Fri Oct 24, 2008 10:15 am

    Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay - Not great. Some funny moments but generally bleh.

    I Am Legend Quite enjoyable. I have only three complaints... 1. It was too short. 2. The CGI sucked. 3. There was CGI.

    Forgetting Sarah Marshall Great. Funny. Perhaps not as good as Knocked Up or 40YOV but still worth seeing.
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    Post  KabukiJoe on Fri Oct 24, 2008 4:12 pm

    Saw V
    Wasn't bad, certainly isn't the weakest in the series, but really can't see where the story's going to lead to now. Guess we wait til next Hallowe'en and find out.
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    Post  Garibaldi on Fri Oct 24, 2008 5:24 pm

    You surely couldn't be knocking the whole "return of NPH" there, 'Dub


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    Post  'Dub on Fri Oct 24, 2008 6:06 pm

    Garibaldi wrote:You surely couldn't be knocking the whole "return of NPH" there, 'Dub

    No, just the film in general.
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    Post  Uptown Llama of Doom on Fri Oct 24, 2008 6:24 pm

    'Dub wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:You surely couldn't be knocking the whole "return of NPH" there, 'Dub

    No, just the film in general.

    Both films were shit. Only good thing was Doogie.
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    Post  Big Dave on Sat Oct 25, 2008 2:34 am

    I watched both films together and was surprised by how much I enjoyed them, I had always suspected they would be shit. But then I only gave them a chance because the guy was in House!


    Galaxy Quest - I had forgotten how funny this film is.
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    Post  Garibaldi on Sat Oct 25, 2008 6:04 am

    Uptown Llama of Doom wrote:
    'Dub wrote:
    Garibaldi wrote:You surely couldn't be knocking the whole "return of NPH" there, 'Dub

    No, just the film in general.

    Both films were shit. Only good thing was Doogie.

    All hail the Barney!

    I happened to enjoy both films - good switch your brain off material. Ryan Reynolds little cameo in the first as the nurse was great too - apparently he'd told Kal Penn he'd do a cameo in his first lead-role film, they'd expected him to want a bigger role like the lead cop or one of the surfer yobs, but he'd read the script and just loved that part. He'd have worked well as the bigoted official chasing them in the last one too.

    Yes they are truly ridiculous plots, but at the same time, they KNOW they are stupid. So many films don't acknowledge that. that's why they work


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    Re: Film's you've seen today

    Post  Shane McMahon on Sat Oct 25, 2008 11:25 am

    I found the Harold & Kumar films more entertaining than the likes of Superbad and Knocked Up. Oh and Seth fucking Rogen should never been allowed in Hollywood.
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    Re: Film's you've seen today

    Post  Shane McMahon on Sun Oct 26, 2008 3:46 am

    The Incredible Hulk
    Very good! Was also a little stunned by the Robert Downey Jr cameo at the end.

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