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    Sticks and stones may break my bones and I have really cool posters.
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    Posters:

    Alien, Resevoir Dogs, Pulp FIction (Jules and Vincent), The Good the Bad and the Ugly (Tuco and Blondie), small Superbad one, Vader was Framed one, Indiana Jones photo, and whatever cool Empire poster they send a month board currently Wall-E.

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    Reckon posters are pretty lame anyway tbh.

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    Yeah always liked posters.

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    Only have two movie posters on my wall: Syriana (for Damon ) and Hitchhikers Guide To The Galaxy.


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    Saw the Dark Knight again at the weekend, probably enjoyed it more on a second showing tbh.

    Looking for a Joker "why so serious?" poster or something now.

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    In terms of big movie posters. I had Wolf Creek, Pulp Fiction, Kill Bill, Reservoir Dogs, Fight Club and American History X.

    All still up in my old bedroom that is now my brother's. Was mainly filled with music posters though, namely of Nirvana, Kurt Cobain, Hole, Courtney Love and Okkervil River though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    Syriana
    What a film. One of the best of the decade. Need to watch that again.
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    Haven't actually seen it. Just got the poster out of a free bin because of Damon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    What a film. One of the best of the decade. Need to watch that again.
    Really? I thought it was incredibly overhyped. Went to see it and was terribly disappointed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    Really? I thought it was incredibly overhyped. Went to see it and was terribly disappointed.
    Have no idea about the hype, knew nothing about it going in.

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    Yeah I heard hardly anything about it. Seemed to get a low-key release in this part of the world (being on DVD and not in nationwide cinemas IIRC)

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Have no idea about the hype, knew nothing about it going in.
    Interesting again. I'd heard nothing but praise for it, so decided to go and watch it expecting a cinematic masterpiece.

    Not quite as disappointing as The Thin Red Line, but certainly one of the occasions where I've heard a film to be great, but it turns out (to me, anyway) to be cinematic flatulence.

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    It's one of the movies that kind of leaves the less intelligent members of the audience behind. If you were expecting bang bang mindless action it's probably not for you.

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