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Sands of Time
19th February 2011, 19:32
Don't.




Bing!

suityou01
19th February 2011, 19:46
Don't.




Bing!

Pity. Cast looked good. Concept looked good. Where would you say it fell down?

Rotten Tomatoes gives it 67%.

stek
19th February 2011, 20:58
Pity. Cast looked good. Concept looked good. Where would you say it fell down?

Rotten Tomatoes gives it 67%.

There's an ok Cam on TPB, I nabbed it - can't be arsed watching it tho. Also nabbed a DVD rip of Burke and Hare - not too good either...

Currently watching 'The girl with the dragon tattoo' - the Swedish one - three hours long as it was originally a TV series cut into a film, as where the subsequent two.

I saw the film version with subs, so this is not to bad - u can fill in the gaps from memory of the film, and going hurdy-gurdy at the screen...

OwlHoot
20th February 2011, 09:08
Don't.


Bing!

Hmm, Paul (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1092026/) (2011) gets 7.8 out of 10 on IMDB.

I'm starting to wonder whether those IMDB scores are being rigged by film companies. There's every incentive.

So anyone planning to see Never Say Never (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1702443/) (2011) (1.1 out of 10) ? :tongue

Pogle
20th February 2011, 10:14
Hmm, Paul (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1092026/) (2011) gets 7.8 out of 10 on IMDB.

I'm starting to wonder whether those IMDB scores are being rigged by film companies. There's every incentive.

So anyone planning to see Never Say Never (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1702443/) (2011) (1.1 out of 10) ? :tongue

:laugh i thought that was a new James Bond film , til I clicked on the link.
No plans to see it at Pogle acres, my 10 year old daughter was asked in a shop the other day if she'd like to enter a competition to win a phone call from Justin Biber. The withering look she gave the assistant was priceless :o

gingerjedi
20th February 2011, 10:48
Don't.




Bing!

Is that some sort of in-joke from the movie like:

Dude


Sweet!

:confused:

Or is it pish?

Simon Pegg is usually good when working with Nick Frost, it's usually the David Schwimmer collaborations that fall well below par.

amcdonald
20th February 2011, 11:58
Simon Pegg is usually good when working with Nick Frost, it's usually the David Schwimmer collaborations that fall well below par.

They're usually good, but I still think Spaced will be his career highlight

thunderlizard
20th February 2011, 12:25
It got a very good review in The Spectator.

gingerjedi
20th February 2011, 12:30
They're usually good, but I still think Spaced will be their career highlight

FTFY

The paint ball episode, the faux street shootout and robot wars being particular favorites.

"Timmy... get my tools" :D

I have both series on DVD. :smile

OwlHoot
20th February 2011, 15:14
:laugh i thought that was a new James Bond film , til I clicked on the link.
No plans to see it at Pogle acres, my 10 year old daughter was asked in a shop the other day if she'd like to enter a competition to win a phone call from Justin Biber. The withering look she gave the assistant was priceless :o

http://img265.imageshack.us/img265/7421/dacfe.jpg

:laugh

Durbs
20th February 2011, 15:54
They're usually good, but I still think Spaced will be his career highlight

I must've been the only person in the world to have never seen a single episode of that.

That is until very recently when I bought series 1 & 2 and thoroughly enjoyed both of 'em.

I fancied seeing Paul, owt with them two in it is generally worth a go.

Clippy
20th February 2011, 17:15
I must've been the only person in the world to have never seen a single episode of that.

That is until very recently when I bought series 1 & 2 and thoroughly enjoyed both of 'em.

I fancied seeing Paul, owt with them two in it is generally worth a go.

Me neither and don't plan to.

Not a fan of Pegg/Frost but have seen Shaun & Fuzz and whilst enjoyable, can't see what all the fuss is about this duo.

Suspect it's all tied up with the warm fuzzy feeling generated by Spaced.

gingerjedi
20th February 2011, 17:55
Me neither and don't plan to.

Not a fan of Pegg/Frost but have seen Shaun & Fuzz and whilst enjoyable, can't see what all the fuss is about this duo.

Suspect it's all tied up with the warm fuzzy feeling generated by Spaced.

So you enjoyed but weren't too fussed about the movies yet you don't want to watch what we have been saying is their best work? :confused:

I've just watched 4 Spaced episodes straight, still feels fresh IMO.