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Watched a couple of awesome B-grade horror/comedy movies last night: Dead and Breakfast (featuring a singing narrator!) and Slither. Loved both and highly recommend them for a DVD night with mates.
Slither is hilarious fun, would have to agree.
Will have to apologise to Athlai for my previous moans about Star Wars. Watched all 6 episodes over the last few days due to being stuck at home ill, and they're not half as bad as I remember them to be. Will admit I've enjoyed watching them.
Apart from Return of the Jedi and Attack of the Clones, both of which are pretty gash. Weirdly enough I don't find Jar-Jar Binks as annoying this time around for some reason. Still a pain and the films would be better without him, but I no longer want to put my foot through the screen every time he pops up.
How weird, I did the same recently, mainly because after watching Plinkett's utterly brilliant reviews, just had to see if they were as bad as he said. Didn't do it all in one hit but a couple of things struck me as someone who's not a Star Wars fan; how much I enjoyed the first two and how I had to watch the most recent 3 in parts because I was just getting bored. Didn't even get all the way through the Phantom Menace, tbh. Still don't know (or care) how it ends.
Kirki and I saw Hysteria last night, fairly light with near-dangerous levels of stereotypical English awkwardness (wot, I say, wot, chaps and tea, etc.) but was pretty funny. Didn't take itself seriously which made it worth the watch for sure and was short. Worth seeing for Rupert Everett alone. Maggie Gyllenhaal.......ehhhhhhhh.
Last edited by Top_Cat; 17-07-2012 at 05:56 PM.
They are decent no-brainers for when you need something to pass the time, but CBA thinking, and don't want something too heavy. Especially true if you're stuck lying on a sofa for a few days, you can plough through the lot
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Anyone come across any Batman reviews? I try to avoid them before seeing a film because a lot of them give too much away, but I did see, when searching earlier, that the Daily Mail (lol) basically considered it to be too self-important. Probably the 2nd most ironic thing I'd read in the last week.
Guardian gave it four stars as well.
I mean, I'm not arsed if everyone's slamming it because I'll go and I make my own mind up but I just wonder if it will live up to the expectation. It's no mean feat following TDK.
Pretty ****ing excited though. Going away this weekend so watching it next Tuesday. Losing my IMAX virginity in the process.
Have seen loads of articles which suggest that Batman is a hero of capitalism and has a Conservative soul. Found them quite amusing.
Shall avoid this thread until Tuesday night
Yeah this thread is a no-go zone for the next 24 hours or so as well
lol'd at the daily mail though. i mean... really?
Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
Tribune giving it 2.5 stars. Lolwtf
Forever 63* at the SCG
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