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26-01-08, 05:01 PM #31
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Loving the look of that, might get that! RZA eh? Love the Wu Tang. Samuel L needed to up his game after the Plane episode.......

Cool find dude!

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26-01-08, 05:06 PM #32
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Caught summat called 'thankyou for smoking' tother day on sky, actually a pretty decent film about a cigarette lobbyist in the US.

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26-01-08, 05:09 PM #33
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Effel Wrote:Caught summat called 'thankyou for smoking' tother day on sky, actually a pretty decent film about a cigarette lobbyist in the US.

Yeah, I saw this a while ago. Bloody funny film!

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26-01-08, 05:17 PM #34
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You on about rahzel??? the human beatbox dude??? seen him live @ uk breakdance champs yrs bk was shithot "if your mutha only knew" Very Happy.
oooops totally off subject sorry

another film to look out for is "cloverfield" suppose to be very good
and one i mentioned yesterday "step up 2" <<breakdance film probo shit story but the dancing looks excellent

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26-01-08, 05:22 PM #35
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pokey27 Wrote:You on about rahzel??? the human beatbox dude??? seen him live @ uk breakdance champs yrs bk was shithot "if your mutha only knew" Very Happy.
oooops totally off subject sorry

another film to look out for is "cloverfield" suppose to be very good
and one i mentioned yesterday "step up 2" <<breakdance film probo shit story but the dancing looks excellent

^^^^^got bk on topic Very Happy

Not rahzel, THE RZA.Very Happy

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26-01-08, 10:41 PM #36
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Effel Wrote:Caught summat called 'thankyou for smoking' tother day on sky, actually a pretty decent film about a cigarette lobbyist in the US.

On that note....

I saw "Juno" two days ago, which is an independant film directed by the same guy that did "Thank You for Smoking".

.... I wasn't sure that I was going to be into it but I can say it was honestly one of the best films I've seen in a couple years.

Great script, awesome cast, some of the best dialogue. It was witty and very funny. It was definitely a drama which has never been my cup of tea but it had a great balance of comedy and drama.

Ellen Page (who is a smokin hot petitie thing) should get the Oscar for best actress. She was incredible.

26-01-08, 11:12 PM #37
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Yeah that's actually a great movie!

27-01-08, 09:14 PM #38
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Finally saw "Planet Terror" the other night. What a great film.
Haven't seen anything that trashy since the original Dawn of the Dead.
It had everything: flesh-eating zombies, explosions, a hot chick with a machine gun for a leg, and a mini-moto used as a getaway bike! You can't ask for more LaughingLaughingLaughing

Also recently bought "Family Guy: Blue Harvest"
BRILLIANT!
Who'd have thought it was possible to condense Star Wars:A New Hope into 45 mins and make it a comedy, and still do it justice. If you are a Family Guy fan you have to see this (make sure you see Family Guy The Movie as well. I had a jaw ache after that I was laughing so much)

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27-01-08, 09:34 PM #39
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Yeah, saw Blue Harvest months ago and it was fucking brilliant.



27-01-08, 10:15 PM #40
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wasn't Blue Harvest the 'secret' name for The Empire Strikes Back before it was released?

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27-01-08, 11:17 PM #41
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I saw I Am Legend a coupla weeks ago and thought it was great - I wasn't really sure what it was about before I went, and I try not to take notice of hype for any movies before I see them as that usually ruins them. My girlfriend wasn't soooo impressed, but she didn't hate it.

The last film I saw was Sweeney Tood - The Demon Barber of Fleete St. I thought it was quite good, Johnny Depp was exellent in his lead role (but I like Depp anyway). If you've seen any Depp-Burton collaborations before, the cinematography will seem very familiar, but that's not a bad thing either as I love the style.

Has anyone seen American Gangster. I'm quite keen to see it, and I've heard that it's quite long (as a lot of biopic type movies are) but it warrants the length with enough story to fill it....

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27-01-08, 11:36 PM #42
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deftoned Wrote:I saw I Am Legend a coupla weeks ago and thought it was great

Really?..... really?

That movie was good for the first half and then went to instant suck mode. Director got lazy and just wrapped it up in a real half assed way. Horrible.

oh, & American Gangster was excellent. Highly recommended.

27-01-08, 11:39 PM #43
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The wife took me to see 'Atonement' yesterday. We both agree it sucked. We also agree that it would've been much better if the protagonist had been ripped apart by wolves at the end.

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29-01-08, 10:19 AM #44
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streak Wrote:wasn't Blue Harvest the 'secret' name for The Empire Strikes Back before it was released?

It was the working title for Star Wars;A New Hope.

Also saw I Am Legend. Thought it wasn't a bad movie, but agree with KotF, it was wrapped up a little too quickly. I actually prefer the original (The Omega Man for those of you that didn't know). But then, I love the cheesy classics. Soylent Green as well.!!

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29-01-08, 12:18 PM #45
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Sneakerphile Wrote:
streak Wrote:wasn't Blue Harvest the 'secret' name for The Empire Strikes Back before it was released?

It was the working title for Star Wars;A New Hope.

No, correct franchise, wrong film. Blue Harvest was "working title" for Return Of The Jedi. Since it had gotten very popular and they were filming out in the desert Mr Lucas didn't want any snoopers coming and taking photos so he even went to the extent of creating T-shirts with "Blue Harvest - Horror Beyond Imagination" on it, (suppoese to be a horror flick, or so the story goes.) Any more questions, just fire away - I got the Star Wars vault for Xmas and am still going through it!!! Smile


Also I'll add my two penn'orth, I saw 'This Is England' last week and thought it was very, very good. Reminded me of growing up when I had me own of Doc Martin boots (the UK equivalent of the shelltoe in iconic footwear terms.)

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