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Film Thread
#41
(09-08-2011, 09:04 AM)pogan Wrote: would anyone thing its time for garda management to put all trained members of Public order unit on stand by?

Wrong thread lad, maybe post that somewhere else!
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Back onto films, heard there is a new Irish film coming out called The Tractor.

Know nothing much about it but seen a trailer for it and looked good
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#42
the inbetweeners movie 17th aug cant wait ad for it looks good
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#43
Yeah, can't wait Ballast. I never heard of that programme until m4j corrupted me. Now I'm hooked.
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#44
looks good another kick the livin shite outta d bad guy movie!
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#45
watched rise of the planet of the apes tonight
Surprised, but it was actually a good movie
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(17-08-2011, 12:21 AM)sparky Wrote: watched rise of the planet of the apes tonight
Surprised, but it was actually a good movie


did ya think it was a movie about your ancestors? Only messing sparky
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(17-08-2011, 12:35 AM)silop10 Wrote: did ya think it was a movie about your ancestors? Only messing sparky


That's why it was good, because they were nowhere to be seen.
These were intelligent primates 19
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#48
Watched "the other guys" on the old Sky last night.

very funny, bad cop bad cop
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#49
Yeah, it's a good laugh alright, the lion and the shark part was brilliant!



EDIT:

*after watching the clip, I now realise it was a Tuna, not a Shark. Silly me! 19
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#51
(18-08-2011, 12:21 PM)Ballast Wrote:

What a line.


""If I was a lion, and you were a Tuna, I would swim out into the middle of the ocean and eat you................and then I would bang your Tuna girlfriend"

Priceless. 19191919
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#52
Brilliant! Now that's my kind of humor! 148148
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#53
A great movie.

The Rise of the Planet of the Apes is very good.
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#54
Like watching an episode of "Who do you think you are" I'd say for you m4j, yeah? 148
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#55
Lol, took me a minute to get that Mr.X. It was very close alright, lots of flinging shit at people and hair on the back of your hands just like my family.
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#56
(18-08-2011, 07:43 PM)m4j Wrote: A great movie.

The Rise of the Planet of the Apes is very good.

Agreed it was a very good movie but it changed the original story from the first storyline of how it started.


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#57
Saw it last night. Thought it was very good.

I had to rewind a couple of times, when the dude said "get your paws off me you damn dirty ape"

As if you listen to it carefully, it sounds like "Ceasars" voice is a dubbing of Charlton Heston saying NOOooooooo.

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(18-08-2011, 07:43 PM)m4j Wrote: A great movie.

The Rise of the Planet of the Apes is very good.


Agreed I was really surprised as I said earlier, but definitely well worth a viewing. I know it's an old film But gave Scent of a woman a spin last night
It is an amazing film, you will not beat that old dog Al Pacino.
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#59
Hoo ha, haven't seen it in years but must give it a go again. How about the Devils Advocate?

Love Constatine with Keanu Reeves and Unbreakable with Bruce Willis is one of the best movies going. You have to watch it several times to get the full effect.

The big kid in me loved How to Train a Dragon and Toy Story 3.
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