..Papa Sven is in town soon enough too, may have to venture in for that

seanc80 wrote:

I was actually contemplating doing a mix this weekend however Im off to Job Jobse (from Jobstown) tonight so I'll be in smithereens for the weekend

..missing this with work, enjoy Sean!

sylvianorth wrote:
poirot wrote:

Thought they only had 15 days left a year ago?

Every week it's the end of Soundcloud. Every person on the internet has just cancelled their subscription. Everyone is shocked that their mix has been taken down for copyright reasons. Soundcloud is dead, hearthis and mixcloud are better, I'm moving to Bandcamp. I think I've covered everything?

...you left out your complete breakdown of Involver 1, 2, 3 and Fundacion. If you have anything on Charlie May or Baz that would be great too.

Homegrove wrote:

Speaking of Michael Mann-movies and guns. Tom Cruise is nutty as hell, but damn he was amazing in this.

..couldn't agree more. Thought he was decent in Vanilla Sky but he certainly made a brilliant hitman in CD. His best part imo

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..I'm just glad that whatever genre of music these charlatans produce will completely pass me by. I'll never have to listen to anything they do. They might aswell be popstars from Taiwan.

...the Kevin Yost track is quality, sounds ace on a system too. 'More More' is a bit of a monster too. Looking forward to hearing this dude cool

millsy23 wrote:
DuFunk wrote:

That vid was a poor effort Millsy you want proper irish viral look for Frostbit Boy.

will give it a butchers du. Ta

...please don't, it will only harm you deep in your soul

...I'll always watch The Thin Red Line when it's on too. Another one that most were on the fence about.

Finished The Martian and thought it was a massive 3 out of 5

Grant wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:
Grant wrote:

It's not dated very well.

..haha, wut? It was made in '95 not the late 50s. Are there any movies of that genre up to now that come even close to it? The Town maybe? and thats not even in the same league.

It's a good film, just not a great one in my opinion. I'm genuinely surprised at the ejacultion of love for it. Wouldn't be anywhere near a top 50 list for me.

The Town is ordinary, don't know why you dragged that into it.

...brought 'The Town' up because it's the same genre (cops & robbers). You're surprised people think it's a top film, really, and not even in your top 50? Jesus I'd hate to be that picky, no offence. Horses for courses an all that but I think that's a bit OTT.

loopdokter wrote:
Hop_Head wrote:

Also what of Mara? Weren't they married?  Still together?

Sarah stepped back into the 'real' world about five years ago and now works in London and commutes back to Sheffield on the weekends to be with Baz.

hahaha, thats a fairly disconcerting amount of knowledge

Big_Fella wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

...at a risk of sounding like an old fart, they don't make movies like that anymore.


Errm they do, Suburra smile

..fair enough, let me rephrase, Hollywood doesn't. Will defo check out Suburra, I saw you mention it a while back but haven't got to it, does look good in fairness

...at a risk of sounding like an old fart, they don't make movies like that anymore.

Grant wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

I know I'm in the minority, but never got why Heat is held in such high esteem. It's a good film, but certainly not in the 'great' category imho. It's not even Mann's best film (Manhunter).

Let the flaming commence motherfuckers.

It's not dated very well.

..haha, wut? It was made in '95 not the late 50s. Are there any movies of that genre up to now that come even close to it? The Town maybe? and thats not even in the same league.

poirot wrote:
millsy23 wrote:

I know I'm in the minority, but never got why Heat is held in such high esteem. It's a good film, but certainly not in the 'great' category imho. It's not even Mann's best film (Manhunter).

Let the flaming commence motherfuckers.

You've either got it or you havent Millsy. Whats not to like? Find me a better shoot out. The story is strong as fuck too. Even with years passed i can still watch it over and over. Never dates.

...exactly, chugs along at a nice pace too, Millsy.

...yeah Dermo its class, the score is brilliant aswell. The shootout is immense but you can't beat the scene where he goes back to the hotel for Wayne Gro, epic.

...listened to this last night, gets a bit ploddy at times but is very well put together. Will keep an eye out for more from him, thx again, Jules cool

..it's not that bad, lads. There's an Ikea out by the airport aswell.

seanc80 wrote:
Yant wrote:
liquitech1 wrote:

..I'll watch Heat whenever its on, Yant, stonewall classic. You can add 'There Will Be Blood' and 'Casino' to that list.

Right with you on the Casino front.

Some real necks-on-the-line choices there lol

..Haha, I'll always opt for the original 'Bad Lieutenant' after a few Bushmills

..I'll watch Heat whenever its on, Yant, stonewall classic. You can add 'There Will Be Blood' and 'Casino' to that list.

...thread moving into Kiz territory!

..ps Fadass - as soon as Ed pays for the Irish brigade to venture over to the big smoke for a night in the tiles, I'll break out the circa 95 bangers.

.. I can honestly say, hand on heart, that cities such as London are firmly stuck in Dublin's dust cloud. The tip of the EU spear.

La Nausee wrote:

Hutch's brother getting capped last night. Looked like a soft target, petty criminal, not in the Premiership. Kinahan has a long reach and deep pockets. Running one of the biggest cartels in Europe. Hutch was a big time bank-robber, carried out a lot of memorable heists, each one the biggest at the time....supposedly gone straight. He'd deffo want to leave this alone now but the genie's out of the bottle. And loony tunes on both sides armed to the teeth and looking for retaliation.
We're gonna need a bigger morgue.

..sounds like Thompson was involved in the murder last night. He had blood on his clothes when they arrested him after the car chase, not the sharpest tool. Paying off his debt to Kinehan with some dirty work seemingly.

The Big Short was decent...If DiCaprio has a shot at an Oscar then so should Steve Carell, thought he was excellent in it.

..yeah beside the boxing club, Sean. Quiet enough up this end