Homegrove wrote:

Like the woman in Ireland two years ago or so who had a life threatening pregrancy but was denied abortion. Both the mother and the baby then died.

With the most important points being she was neither Irish or Catholic.

An absolute disgrace.

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Homegrove wrote:

too banging.

Does not compute!

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Disc 2 all the way - monster of a mix.

Never really got on with Disc 1 TBH - other than Blu Savanah - it's definitely a marmite CD as I know loads of people think it's one of Diggers best but just never liked it.

Yant wrote:
Homegrove wrote:

Last movie I went to see by myself was Scream 2. I don't know why I don't do it more often, nothing weird about it, it's not like you'd want to talk to your friend or spouse during the movie. Unless you're American apparently.

Agree.  I go by myself all the time.  Usually to the last showing of the night so there's no other cunt in there to ruin it for you.  Empty cinema to myself.  Great!

Ha same here. Although i usually go to the first showing of the day for the same reason. Absolute bliss when its empty.

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furry wrote:
Wally wrote:
MattBlack wrote:

One of the reviews i read said it was like watching a 2 hour car chase

I dont think it was meant how you think it was. The whole film takes place on the road getting from A-B but there's definitely a lot of story moments in there too.

Add in that the chases are unbelievable and constantly upping themselves all the way through and it never gets boring or tedious.

One could loosely say that about all the films though. Vehicle chases were pretty dominate.

Yeah course, but saying it's a two hour car chase is doing it a disservice.

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MattBlack wrote:

One of the reviews i read said it was like watching a 2 hour car chase

I dont think it was meant how you think it was. The whole film takes place on the road getting from A-B but there's definitely a lot of story moments in there too.

Add in that the chases are unbelievable and constantly upping themselves all the way through and it never gets boring or tedious.

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Homegrove wrote:

Lots of critics have loved it too, not just Empire as usual.

Saw it this morning. Really good. Think people are shitting their pants over it because its not another american-city-gets-destroyed cgi borefest. Some mental stunt / practical work in it. Definitely not seen a flick like that in a while. Recommended.

Very good. Been hammering it all week.

http://www.thefader.com/2015/05/11/leftfield-bilocation

millsy23 wrote:
Henry Rindhoops wrote:

I voted UKIP in the hope they would send my missus back home.

lol

genuine lols

big_smile

EDWARDTHECONFESSOR wrote:

just heard about this in the news, whatever his political allegiance , i hope the old bill use the ribcage of whatever cunt done this as a trampoline in their hob nail boots.

i can just see the cunt now , a thin reedy , concave sternham ,sparsely bearded rat faced dwarf who hasnt felt the touch of a woman since matron gave him a bed bath in the orphanage, his polio ridden legs like two tape worms dropping out of a cows arsehole .

probably a prog rock stars son who hasnt had his barroca before luncheon in a brick lane cereal bar ..hangs around with punks, skins and rastas who bully the fu ck out of him and tax his allowance from daddy, but he kids himself their his fuckin crew.

i hope he gets put in a cell with the beast, a con who likes to dress his cell mates in a blonde wig and gives them french names like 'genevieve' and 'emmanuelle' before bearing the brunt of his frustration that has put paid to all the local livestock.

slag.

bloody 'el lol - remind me never to piss you off dude big_smile

Not really a track for home listening but i could see it going off in a club.

Nice.

https://www.facebook.com/SneddonSays

wtf? lol - hope you're aware of this Nick.

big_smile

Ex machina is pretty short Hannu. 90 mins. You could be in bed for 10.45

Yeah i saw ex machina at the flicks. Its very good.

Excellent decision by the director to pack what could have been a tedious discussion on the dangers of AI with naked stunners too.

Avengers - AOU - enjoyed it but was disappointed as I was expecting greatness again.

Wow, congrats dude, spur of the moment decision or planned for a while? All the best :-)

Homegrove wrote:

Avengers: The Age of Ultron.

You can really sum this up in four words: More of the same. Whether this is a good thing or a bad thing is entirely up to you, I naturally had a hoot. I also realized that I could listen to James Spader read a phone book, as long as he did it with a sharp menacing tongue. I think I might be gay for Spader.

Thought it looked more of the same from the second trailer. No bad thing in my book. Probs playing it safe since the last one more so much moolah. Why change a winning formula.

Happy birthday dude

monostereo wrote:
Nick Sneddon wrote:

I spoke to Marcus James a couple of times when he used to do Renaissance at The Cross, I always found him to be a pleasant chap

Same here, always seemed like a nice bloke when i spoke to him.

Yep. Decent chap.

smallman1 wrote:

Went to the last ever Renaissance at The Cross.

Ossia and Dawson did 8 hours b2b, supoib.

I went to that. Tried to vault over a sofa to get past a queue, landed on a puddle and backflipped into the air / on the floor so hard the lass i crashed into was genuinely concerned id not broken something rather than being pissed off she'd just got her drink sent flying.

Decent night. Seaman played a cracker in the main room IIRC

:-)

What is it? Sounds like something from that versus chill out disc.

it must be opposites day - a rare touch of class from the scousers...

https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=87 … mp;fref=nf

https://soundcloud.com/henry-saiz/the-l … ive-prince

:-)