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  • #31
    Originally posted by eric-adams View Post
    how can you not like back to the future and terminator (yes terminator 3 was a bit shit, but terminator i was bloody ace)
    My good lady wife has decided she wants a roomba. My response was to explain about the future and the war against the machines.

    No roomba.
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    • #32
      Terminator 2 was ruined for me by my girlfriend's mate who NEVER STOPPED asking stupid time travel questions such as "Why don't they just go back in time and kill him when he's a baby"
      "Because I think the portal only operates in certain time/space continuums. Now shut up"
      "What's a time/space continuum. Is it like a door in time?"
      "Yes. Shut up."
      "Why can't his clothes travel in time but his hair and teeth can? He should have made a suit out of hair if hair can travel back in time."
      "SHUT UP"
      "Is he a goodie or a baddie?"
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      • #33
        Originally posted by eric-adams View Post
        blog?? can i see? or is it secret?
        It's on my signature, Eric. Have a look, you might like it. I must stress that it is NOT about my kettle or how many times i've been to the toilet that day. Sorry if that disappoints.
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        • #34
          Originally posted by Plainstone View Post
          My good lady wife has decided she wants a roomba.


          ?
          "Jumping cues and making haste just ain't my cup of meat"

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          • #35
            Originally posted by ginghamkitchen View Post
            It's on my signature, Eric. Have a look, you might like it. I must stress that it is NOT about my kettle or how many times i've been to the toilet that day. Sorry if that disappoints.

            I first saw ‘O Lucky Man!’ in the mid-80’s in the days when television channels would show strange and interesting films on Friday and Saturday nights after the pubs closed in order to confuse and disturb returning drunks. I was confused and disturbed by it.
            Still, I remember I found Pepsi and Shirley's debut album for two quid in the Our Price sale earlier on the same day so that cheered me up a bit afterwards.
            These Texas Barbecue Pringles aren't bad at all, are they?


            Great stuff
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            • #36
              Originally posted by babycart View Post
              Terminator 2 was ruined for me by my girlfriend's mate who NEVER STOPPED asking stupid time travel questions such as "Why don't they just go back in time and kill him when he's a baby"
              "Because I think the portal only operates in certain time/space continuums. Now shut up"
              "What's a time/space continuum. Is it like a door in time?"
              "Yes. Shut up."
              "Why can't his clothes travel in time but his hair and teeth can? He should have made a suit out of hair if hair can travel back in time."
              "SHUT UP"
              "Is he a goodie or a baddie?"
              I once told a friend I was going to see the 6th Sense at the cinema. He immediatly responded "i've seen it, it's shit, Bruce Willis is a ghost"
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              • #37
                Originally posted by babycart View Post
                I've been invited to go along to see the new Star Trek movie .
                What's this? A new film based on an old tv show? How on earth does Hollywood keep on coming up with these fresh ideas?!?
                Endless Tripe

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Brass Monkey View Post
                  I once told a friend I was going to see the 6th Sense at the cinema. He immediatly responded "i've seen it, it's shit, Bruce Willis is a ghost"
                  oh man.

                  i stayed away from anything to do with the blair witch project as i just wanted to see it not knowing about it
                  the day i was going the guy at work next to me said " what do you want to see that for? they all end up in a basement and something bangs them on the head, its shit" i wasnt best pleased.
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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Brass Monkey View Post
                    I once told a friend I was going to see the 6th Sense at the cinema. He immediatly responded "i've seen it, it's shit, Bruce Willis is a ghost"
                    My mate wrote "it's him" and an arrow pointing to Kevin Spacey on The Usual Suspects poster outside our local cinema.
                    Vardy.....¡¡¡PELIGRO!!!

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by awesomewelles View Post


                      ?
                      Nope
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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by babycart View Post
                        My mate wrote "it's him" and an arrow pointing to Kevin Spacey on The Usual Suspects poster outside our local cinema.
                        It's a bit like that Dostoevsky book where you find out who the killer is right at the beginning, isn't it? These Russian novelists could learn a thing or two from Ms Agatha Christie, I tell you!
                        Last edited by Plainstone; 29-05-2009, 03:57 PM.
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                        • #42
                          A bit like "Finding Nemo". Where's the suspense in that?
                          Endless Tripe

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by son of stan View Post
                            A bit like "Finding Nemo". Where's the suspense in that?
                            See also Sink The Bismarck!
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                            • #44
                              I would say you would have to have enjoyed the original star trek to like the new film. The plot is rubbish, but it is a good charactor piece about Kirk and Spock. There is plenty of action and humor too. But it does tug on the nostalgia stick quite a bit and I wonder how good it would be if no star trek had gone before?
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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by vinylism View Post
                                angels and demons is practically national treasure, relocated to rome, minus nicholas cage and with extra religious pomp.
                                I love both National Treasure films and went to see them both the at the cinema. I like seeing how Americans self-conciosuly build a national heritage, particularly when its not sure whether it wants to be stupid or not.

                                My favourite bit is in the first one where one of them says "careful, these stairs are nearly TWO HUNDRED years old".
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