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THE GUV'NOR
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3279 posts since 4/5/04

24 Dec 2005 16:07
karate kid fooking awesome
defunct
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1751 posts since 28/7/05

24 Dec 2005 16:13
THE GUV'NOR wrote: karate kid fooking awesome

and again, snap! I love this film Laughing out loud
j_rock_legend
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238 posts since 5/12/05

24 Dec 2005 16:33
defunct wrote:
THE GUV'NOR wrote: karate kid fooking awesome

and again, snap! I love this film Laughing out loud

golly gosh im so excited Laughing out loud
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1751 posts since 28/7/05

24 Dec 2005 16:34
yawn
j_rock_legend
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238 posts since 5/12/05

24 Dec 2005 16:38
your full of emotions today, well done
anadin
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6650 posts since 24/5/05

24 Dec 2005 16:42
j_rock_legend wrote: your full of emotions today, well done

How old are you?
j_rock_legend
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238 posts since 5/12/05

24 Dec 2005 16:44
old enough to know better but young enough to not give a fuck.
Uncle bulgaria
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1476 posts since 3/7/05

24 Dec 2005 17:02
Last film at the cinema - Constand Gardner.

Last film at home - Schindlers List. A very good reminder of where hate leads when not held in check by the community.

thanks

Iain
Ineff
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9820 posts since 7/4/04

24 Dec 2005 21:37
Martinmargiela2002 wrote:
So Fresh wrote: watching napoleon dynamite on dvd at the mo


Napolean Dynamite is the least funny film I have ever seen.

I watched that earlier, too…

It was aigh… Pretty sure i'm never going to watch it again though…
Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

24 Dec 2005 21:39
Ineff wrote:
Martinmargiela2002 wrote:
So Fresh wrote: watching napoleon dynamite on dvd at the mo


Napolean Dynamite is the least funny film I have ever seen.

I watched that earlier, too…

It was aigh… Pretty sure i'm never going to watch it again though…

myspace types bum that film, ive yet to see it.
Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

24 Dec 2005 21:46
It actually made me feel less intelligent for watching it.

Canadians seem to think it is the best film ever, which is why I did happen to watch it.
anadin
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6650 posts since 24/5/05

24 Dec 2005 21:47
Martinmargiela2002 wrote: It actually made me feel less intelligent for watching it.

Canadians seem to think it is the best film ever, which is why I did happen to watch it.

canada is full of the chinese and queers
MoB
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36561 posts since 31/8/04

24 Dec 2005 21:48
i thought it was pretty good. Its not laugh out loud funny though.
Martinmargiela2002
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25507 posts since 1/10/02

24 Dec 2005 21:48
anadin wrote:
Martinmargiela2002 wrote: It actually made me feel less intelligent for watching it.

Canadians seem to think it is the best film ever, which is why I did happen to watch it.

canada is full of the chinese and queers

This is true.

Only this morning was I complaining if I wanted to go to Asia I would visit it, I didn't ask for it to visit me.
anadin
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6650 posts since 24/5/05

24 Dec 2005 21:48
Martinmargiela2002 wrote:
anadin wrote:
Martinmargiela2002 wrote: It actually made me feel less intelligent for watching it.

Canadians seem to think it is the best film ever, which is why I did happen to watch it.

canada is full of the chinese and queers

This is true.

Only this morning was I complaining if I wanted to go to Asia I would visit it, I didn't ask for it to visit me.

Laughing out loud Laughing out loud
Ineff
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9820 posts since 7/4/04

24 Dec 2005 21:51
MoB wrote: i thought it was pretty good. Its not laugh out loud funny though.

Yeah, I didn't dislike it, but I'm pretty sure it would be SHIT on a second watch…

I think the only time I laughed out loud was when he asked to try going up the ramp on Pedros bike LOL…
t_dot
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6087 posts since 1/8/05

25 Dec 2005 00:47
yeah i agree, its entertaining but it aint laugh out loud comedy really
Ineff
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9820 posts since 7/4/04

25 Dec 2005 14:09
I watched Carrie last night. I've seen it a couple of times but I still don't understand some of it. If anybody can answer my questions you're an actual gangster. Every time i've seen it i've missed the first 15 minutes so maybe I always miss an important scene or suttin…

You know the model of that evil brer that's in Carries' cupboard when she gets locked in there? It shows it at the end, after Carrie kills her mother. The figure has both arms out and arrows in the chest, which is how the mother was killed (although knives, not arrows). I don't understand what this is implyin though?

Also, the only person she didn't kill was the girl that talked the bloke in to going with her, to the prom… Why didn't she save the bloke? She didn't even know that girl had been nice to her (unless she worked it out from seeing her go to the ball and try to stop that other girl pouring blood on her head?)…

Holla
Uncle bulgaria
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1476 posts since 3/7/05

25 Dec 2005 15:06
Hello there Ineff, I don't know the answer to the question about Carrie, but I'm sure you can get an answer on the IMDB disvussion board for the movie:

Original 1976 version:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074285/board/threads/

2002 version:
http://www.imdb.com/rg/title-tease/boards-top/title/tt0319970/board/threads/

thanks

Iain
Ineff
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9820 posts since 7/4/04

25 Dec 2005 15:16
Uncle bulgaria wrote: Hello there Ineff, I don't know the answer to the question about Carrie, but I'm sure you can get an answer on the IMDB disvussion board for the movie:

Original 1976 version:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0074285/board/threads/

2002 version:
http://www.imdb.com/rg/title-tease/boards-top/title/tt0319970/board/threads/

thanks

Iain

Nice one!