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Jack
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7300 posts since 12/9/06

11 Nov 2007 20:54
Speaing of shit films, watching Reno911: Miami today.

Proper awful. Laughing out loud
Kingmob07
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8976 posts since 11/5/07

11 Nov 2007 21:00
MoB wrote:
Kingmob07 wrote:
carmelo15 wrote:
FaMeZ wrote: I am catching up on a few films.

Rules of Attraction - Any good?

Awesome film, love the Europe montage at the end

Anyone remember when Roger Avary was going to release a full length or at least longer edit of that Europe montage- I believe it was based on another of Ellis's books anyway. Did that materialise on a SE DVD? Looked like a right laugh.

glitterati, there were rumours and they have the footage but its never appeared anywhere as far as i know.

Mob, you in the biz, film student or just a bit of a movie buff like me?
velvet
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9530 posts since 12/6/06

11 Nov 2007 22:52
I have been drawn into American Psycho, i keep thinking and referencing the film Evil

I am now listening to Phil Collins and i have ordered the book off Amazon Sad


jet
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5758 posts since 20/6/01

11 Nov 2007 23:01
FaMeZ wrote: I have been drawn into American Psycho, i keep thinking and referencing the film Evil

I am now listening to Phil Collins and i have ordered the book off Amazon Sad

BAN

daywatch - good stuff
velvet
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9530 posts since 12/6/06

11 Nov 2007 23:03
Do you like Phil Collins?

I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work. Too artsy, too intellectual.
Paolo G
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7408 posts since 10/8/06

11 Nov 2007 23:04
Little children and history of violence, watched them both this weekend and both very good films/worth watching.
sjwt
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602 posts since 4/3/07

11 Nov 2007 23:07
FaMeZ wrote: I have been drawn into American Psycho, i keep thinking and referencing the film Evil

I am now listening to Phil Collins and i have ordered the book off Amazon Sad

Smiling i was exactly the same mate after i saw it! amazing film.

Allow Phil Collins, after i first saw it i stuck sussudio on repeat!
Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

11 Nov 2007 23:11
MoB wrote:
Kingmob07 wrote:
carmelo15 wrote:
FaMeZ wrote: I am catching up on a few films.

Rules of Attraction - Any good?

Awesome film, love the Europe montage at the end

Anyone remember when Roger Avary was going to release a full length or at least longer edit of that Europe montage- I believe it was based on another of Ellis's books anyway. Did that materialise on a SE DVD? Looked like a right laugh.

glitterati, there were rumours and they have the footage but its never appeared anywhere as far as i know.

Avery made Glitterati (note; not Glamorama) it was shown at private screening etc but has not yet (and I imagine never will) be released on DVD.

Avery actually went round Europe with Pardue, who remained in character as Victor Ward, ( I doubt mant people in Europe would have recognised Kip Pardue).
They just took the camera everywhere and Pardue did whatever he thought Victor would. Avery claims to have a lot of (real) footage of Kip Pardue fucking "a lot" of models/girls on the trip.
Not such a bad life being an actor.
Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

11 Nov 2007 23:12
sjwt wrote:
FaMeZ wrote: I have been drawn into American Psycho, i keep thinking and referencing the film Evil

I am now listening to Phil Collins and i have ordered the book off Amazon Sad

Smiling i was exactly the same mate after i saw it! amazing film.

Allow Phil Collins, after i first saw it i stuck sussudio on repeat!

The book wastes the film.
velvet
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9530 posts since 12/6/06

11 Nov 2007 23:13
sjwt wrote:
FaMeZ wrote: I have been drawn into American Psycho, i keep thinking and referencing the film Evil

I am now listening to Phil Collins and i have ordered the book off Amazon Sad

Smiling i was exactly the same mate after i saw it! amazing film.

Allow Phil Collins, after i first saw it i stuck sussudio on repeat!

I am sick of Sussudio, i now have "Hip To Be Square" on repeat Laughing out loud

It just a phase… give it 2 days and i will be back to normal.
Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

11 Nov 2007 23:14
Famez, you would probably (if you dont already) really like INXS.
velvet
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9530 posts since 12/6/06

11 Nov 2007 23:17
I have a wide range of musical taste and yes, INXS does fall under the bracket.

I like the little dance Patrick does to "Hip To Be Square" when just about to murder Jared.
sjwt
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602 posts since 4/3/07

11 Nov 2007 23:22
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfr9xeA7nCc&rel=1
velvet
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9530 posts since 12/6/06

11 Nov 2007 23:24
Commander_Venus
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8620 posts since 16/7/06

11 Nov 2007 23:28
FaMeZ wrote: I have a wide range of musical taste and yes, INXS does fall under the bracket.

I like the little dance Patrick does to "Hip To Be Square" when just about to murder Jared.

Yes but did he actually kill him? Sticking out tongue
velvet
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9530 posts since 12/6/06

11 Nov 2007 23:32
Commander_Venus wrote:
FaMeZ wrote: I have a wide range of musical taste and yes, INXS does fall under the bracket.

I like the little dance Patrick does to "Hip To Be Square" when just about to murder Jared.

Yes but did he actually kill him? Sticking out tongue

Laughing out loud

Although enjoying the film, to be honest i did not understand it towards the end.

aitch
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8923 posts since 19/8/07

11 Nov 2007 23:34
Watched Night Watch the other day, a lot of people i know hyped it up but it turned out not to be as good as i thought it would be, still good though and good to see an alternative plot to vampires. Ill still watch Day Watch when its out on DVD too.
andymakesglasses
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20355 posts since 26/1/06

11 Nov 2007 23:37
FaMeZ wrote: I've been a big Genesis fan ever since the release of their 1980 album, Duke. Before that, I really didn't understand any of their work.

how old are you? Laughing out loud
Guido
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12884 posts since 20/4/05

11 Nov 2007 23:38
woooooooooosssshhhhhhh
Oasisunit
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5172 posts since 8/5/03

11 Nov 2007 23:39
Smiling