I think his posture is the least troubling aspect

Diminished Responsibility wrote:

The Thing is definitely a classic. Will give the prequel a watch as well.

Good shout for the "Age of Seventeen" Phil McRackin, thought it would bore me to tears... but it's definitely an entertaining watch.

Watched 20th Century Women and they're pretty much the same movie - avoid this, and watch "Age of Seventeen" instead.

Presume "Age of Seventeen " is some sort of grot film you watched....Definately "edge of seventeen" over here.

Lego Batman.  Kept my 4 yr old in his seat for the duration of the film for 1st time ever. Passed the 6 laugh test very early on and was pretty consistently funny. Loads of references that went over his head but he did do a massive fart in a quiet bit which made us both laugh

Edge of Seventeen. Very good teen comedy/drama. Woody Harrelson is skill in it.

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Ta-ra Palmer-Tompkinson

Nick Sneddon wrote:

anyone read 'Ready Player One'? I whizzed through it in about 10 days, Spielberg is currently hard at work bringing it to the screen with Ben Mendelsohn and Mark Rylance

I watched that being filmed in Birmingham over the summer....Standing in for future battered Columbus, Ohio. It had to be smarted up obviously.
Disappointed by the book....Was just a collection of 80s references..like if Harry Knowles had shat out a novel

Homegrove wrote:
shaunstrudwick wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:

one of those films that Im actually jealous of people that havent seen it. if pushed I would say the 3rd is my fav

River Phoenix AND Sean Connery pwning Han Solo

japes

That's embarassing for you Shaun. That's The Last Crusade.

...Which is the 3rd one Nick and I think Shaun was referring to...

Seen a couple of reviews for John wick 2 like Empires' so seems like a winner.

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john bon digweed wrote:

Some DJs age better than others:

http://jojoelectro.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/sashaamppetetong_zpsd8c69499.jpg

More here:

https://jojoelectro.com/2014/08/young-dj-pics-vault/

Phil Neville in the background  still looks the same

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Hop_Head wrote:
Beijing Dave wrote:
Hop_Head wrote:

Yeah what about when they went to see how bad it was for themselves and started walking around the suburbs, in and out of empty houses and they had unpaid bills lying out for them to flick through and the guys were like "this is really happening".  And all the pieces to camera explaining all the finance mumbo jumbo.

Not quite sure what the beef with The Big Short is.

It seems to have passed you by that it's a true story (granted, with some artistic license probably taken), and explains the Financial Crisis to dumbarses without an economics degree very effectively (even my Chinese burd could follow it).

Michael Lewis' books are generally excellent but pretty much unfilmable - glad someone tried with this, though.

Well, this is goodbye. I mean, we obviously have nothing in common. I'm a genius, you're all fucking wankers. You'll never see me again.

Martin hannet...24 hour party people

Wouldn't go that far....noticed he also compared it to early cronenberg too which I found more odd

Watched it over the weekend....Really good tension building 1st hour but loses its way a bit for the end. Still well worth watching though

I don't think that's Wally

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Grant wrote:
Yant wrote:
Grant wrote:

Director's Cut is the one. A sequel will be sewage, awful, disappointing sewage. Any justifiable story line will simply be an abomination.

And. There. It. Is.

Are you looking forward to this regardless of how it looks Yant? 

This is like a Guetta remix of Heaven Scent.

I would say more a tilt or quivver remix. Wouldn't consider anyone involved David Guetta bad....Maybe if McG was directing..

Rocky 4

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Dan Harwood wrote:
Phil McRrackin wrote:
Dan Harwood wrote:

To be fair, it was in June for the Happy Mondays all dayer back in 1991.

I went to that too, top day..the farm, the la's, the high and northside I think

Plus, the Stereo MCs.

Legendary. "Are you Man U, you?"

Ha!...oakenfold and mike pickering apparently too. 25 yrs ago. Fuck

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Dan Harwood wrote:

To be fair, it was in June for the Happy Mondays all dayer back in 1991.

I went to that too, top day..the farm, the la's, the high and northside I think

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That was on barry bennells business card I believe

Wild at heart
To live and die in la
Mississippi burning
All good.....if a long time ago

Watched it when it was on Film4. Was indeed a hit mental...especially for time and place it was made

Nick Sneddon wrote:

Train To Busan. Korean film. Like 28 days later set on the C2C from Southend to West Ham, but less wankers obviously. mental

Looking forward to seeing this.....good mental...like Bjork or bad mental, like Anders Breivik?

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Lonsdale trainers
Loves ub40 and status quo
Leeds united tattoo

Weak, watery, overrated gravy though. Imho

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Homegrove wrote:

I made 10 of these at work and passed them around. The only person who I've seen wear one has been my wife.

http://i.imgur.com/mz1Y4kk.jpg

Looks more like James Lipton than you HG

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Dermatron wrote:
Yant wrote:

For Derms.

http://img.tesco.com/Groceries/pi/980/5011417561980/OutofPack/Lidoff_540x540.jpg

You want me to remove the hair on my legs for you yant? You wrongcock.

They match my Mrs' mott.

Has that been broken in 6 places too?

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jamie wrote:

anyone watch Fleabag?

Watched the 2nd one last night, she's pretty funny for a horrible cunt!

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Squeeky bum time after that start