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    Stop stealing my material ****. I send NP Conrad Verner JPEGs. ME, not you.

    Similarly, who's this Humble **** on Cric****?

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    Never fails to crack me up though. He looks like he's just about ready to cry too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Stop stealing my material ****. I send NP Conrad Verner JPEGs. ME, not you.

    Similarly, who's this Humble **** on Cric****?
    Bite me ****.

    No ****ing idea. Bit of a **** from what I hear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shri View Post
    No ****ing idea. Bit of a **** from what I hear.
    Certainly appears that way. I'll proceed accordingly.

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    Started watching 300 last night. Gave up before they even started fighting. Not only plain boring, but awful script/acting too. The bit where they find the burnt village and the little kid dies in his arms was ball crunchingly cheesey, and a big F-you to creativity.


    Watched Arthur instead - Dudley Moore one, not the new one
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    Started watching 300 last night. Gave up before they even started fighting. Not only plain boring, but awful script/acting too. The bit where they find the burnt village and the little kid dies in his arms was ball crunchingly cheesey, and a big F-you to creativity.


    Watched Arthur instead - Dudley Moore one, not the new one
    I think 300 was one of those where it didn't take me long to start laughing at it. Just hilariously camp.

    Whoever mentioned the power Rangers film earlier - we're talking about this one, right?



    'cause I will not hear a word against it. I remember it was the first film I ever owned on a VHS.
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    Funny that 300 should be mentioned - watched it in full for the first time this afternoon. Found it to be camp and lame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    I think 300 was one of those where it didn't take me long to start laughing at it. Just hilariously camp.

    Whoever mentioned the power Rangers film earlier - we're talking about this one, right?



    'cause I will not hear a word against it. I remember it was the first film I ever owned on a VHS.
    Yeah, this is the one. Great film.

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    Watched Safe House the other day. Not usually the sort of film I go for, but it was fairly decent without being anything amazing. Fairly interesting plot line and a pretty good acting performance from the two main blokes. End was a bit OTT though haha.
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    Watch the making of 300. Ridiculous amount of special effects used in the movie. Technically great itbt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    I think 300 was one of those where it didn't take me long to start laughing at it. Just hilariously camp.

    Whoever mentioned the power Rangers film earlier - we're talking about this one, right?



    'cause I will not hear a word against it. I remember it was the first film I ever owned on a VHS.
    Yeah, so finally got round to watching it today. Really great stuff.

    Not enjoyed watching a film this much for quite a while, worryingly, perhaps.

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    I'm one of those guys who can't watch the same film twice.



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