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Dermatron wrote:

So woeful defending and a disaster goalkeeping = best game ?

I thought it was superb, especially the second half. But I watch West Ham every week so I would

steelydan wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:
ryangibson wrote:

I assume you mean The Spaceflight Remix, if so, then I've got it digitally? I didn't think is was too difficult to get hold of.

That’s the one mate, but the commercial release ripped out the sample from Once Upon A Time In America unfortunately

the one your after is on Ashley Beedle's Black Sunshine Records

Correct, that’s the one I bought

ryangibson wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:

£15 on De Niro by The Disco Evangelists - still cant get it digitally

I assume you mean The Spaceflight Remix, if so, then I've got it digitally? I didn't think is was too difficult to get hold of.

That’s the one mate, but the commercial release ripped out the sample from Once Upon A Time In America unfortunately

£15 on De Niro by The Disco Evangelists - still cant get it digitally

here you go mate

Boring wrote:

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button was on last night.

<spolier alert> It's a load of sentimental shite <\spoiler alert>

The best bit was when Hurricane Katrina came and killed everybody at the end.

I thought it was a great film, didn’t think it got too sentimental

Tbh it never crossed my mind that he may be infected until I watched that. The chess comparison is really interesting

millsy23 wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:
steelydan wrote:

nice one Nick.

might have to watch the original again.

in my all time top 10, that film

Mine too. Everything about it is brilliant. The creature effects, script, soundtrack, acting, sense of foreboding throughout etc. Just a wonderful film. Not seen the remake/prequel.

mate have a watch of this, throws up a lot of detail I never noticed before

Nocturnal Animals - like 2 films in one, didn't know what to make of it really. thought there was gonna be a twist in the end but it didn't transpire. the film within the film was easy to follow, the films shell didn't really seem to have a point to it

Dr Strange - really enjoyed it. top notch effects, like the ones in Inception but way more fucked up. wish Disney would hurry up and get the rights to X Men and Fantastic Four to really ramp things up

liquitech1 wrote:

..watched a Serbian Film. Opened well, that's for sure. I wouldn't recommend it all but if you get a chance you should watch it. One of those ones.

I watched it ( the full version ), its absolute toss. just trying to push the boundaries of what is acceptable, but ending up flat. imo

dutchy101 wrote:

Snedds,  is that Ultimate Sports still going? Seems like they've taken down the sign up page. Just as my other subscription finishes ffs

stopped doing subs for now mate

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Dermatron wrote:

I bought my nephews this for xmas sneds. They are absolutely addicted. Age 15 and 18

awesome. what are the favourites?

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i took the plunge and ordered one of these this week, yes I'm aware that I could have prolly hooked it up for free if I knew what I was doing but fuck it

https://joysticked-co-uk.myshopify.com/ … 17000games

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i think he meant Ken Clarke

I didn’t like it – just one relentless fight sequence

cant take credit I'm afraid mate

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Hello mate, im not unfortunately. It took me 2 days to get over Saturday night just gone. I honestly think my days are numbered

On a side note that means I have 2 tickets for sale if anyone needs them

what has it come to when a charlatan like Nina Kraviz headlines over some names like that

Dave, do you have the link for that? cheers

millsy23 wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:
steelydan wrote:

nice one Nick.

might have to watch the original again.

in my all time top 10, that film

Mine too. Everything about it is brilliant. The creature effects, script, soundtrack, acting, sense of foreboding throughout etc. Just a wonderful film. Not seen the remake/prequel.

It’s the sense of claustrophobia throughout the whole film, the last scene is absolutely perfect as well

steelydan wrote:

nice one Nick.

might have to watch the original again.

in my all time top 10, that film

its actually a prequel

*pedant*

shaunstrudwick wrote:

took wife to see La La Land on Sat - got immediately bollocked cos the showing wasn't a 'Gallery' showing so she couldn't get pissed before hand - pfffffttt

opening scene was cringeworthy (dancing on cars FFS??!) and Emma Stone was quite annoying throughout - Gosling however was good tho and can play a mean piano

i kinda get why the critics are loving it - but it's not a patch on the sort of movies that it's trying to ape IMHO

7 coffee shop actresses desperate for their big break out of 10

one of the best things about being single is not being dragged along to see this shite. Ill be watching Lego Batman instead on my own. cheers

going through some unsorted music - Full On Garage ( unmixed ), some gems, some absolute toss