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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post

    You shut your face.

    Keanu is fucking awesome.
    you are so fooking gay, time to make your coming out, shepard boy

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    It's only gay if you enjoy it and despite about 47 attempts over the years I never have...








































    *Pop* goes the collective pin-head of the ARFC

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    Finally, after months of anticipation, it's finally come onto Torrent Day.
    Sometimes, Always, Never.
    Starring the sublime talents of Bill Nighy.
    A lovely movie, worth watching thrice.

    www.imdb.com/title/tt5068162/

    www.torrentday.com/details.php?id=4250479

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    Quote Originally Posted by crackerjack101 View Post
    Finally, after months of anticipation, it's finally come onto Torrent Day.
    Sometimes, Always, Never.
    Starring the sublime talents of Bill Nighy.
    A lovely movie, worth watching thrice.

    www.imdb.com/title/tt5068162/

    www.torrentday.com/details.php?id=4250479
    Watched that this week. Very funny (black humour) tale starring Nighy as a Scrabble addict, looking for a long lost son.

    Also starring the sublime, delectable, and still oh-so-do-able Ms Jenny Agutter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Top Gear is good again now they have Flintoff and McGuiness and the other bloke
    Just downloading the first 4 episodes of the season. Will get back to ya.

    Although skeptical, it does appear to be miles better than previous versions since The Punch.

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    Coupla movies I like -

    Man on the Moon (the story of Andy Kaufman - gotta love a good crazy man)

    Private Parts - the Howard Stern story (ditto)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Just downloading the first 4 episodes of the season. Will get back to ya.
    Yup, Dill was on it about the new season of Top Gear.

    Very good. Flintoff does it very well. Definitely worth watching.

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    Quote Originally Posted by docmartin View Post
    Man on the Moon (the story of Andy Kaufman - gotta love a good crazy man)
    Watched it again on your recommendation. The movie rests entirely on the shoulders of Jim Carrey. Seems a bit dated now although I always loved the Tony Clifton schtick.

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    I don't know who recommended The Wolfs Call but good job. It's a great yarn.

    Not on Middle East Netflix though; perhaps the Iranian frigate.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert View Post
    Watched it again on your recommendation. The movie rests entirely on the shoulders of Jim Carrey. Seems a bit dated now although I always loved the Tony Clifton schtick.
    I’m interested to know why you think it’s a bit dated given that the story is about the past and was when it was made.
    Is it the style of film making perhaps ?
    I’m not a movie buff hence the enquiry.
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