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Reservoir Dogs... Watched bits of it,but never the whole film...

I get bored after half an hour and go off to do summat else...


I must have a low attention span.. :D

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Danny_Mumbles wrote:Reservoir Dogs... Watched bits of it,but never the whole film...

I get bored after half an hour and go off to do summat else...


I must have a low attention span.. :D


I went to see it at one of those midnight showings a few months after the censors released it, amazing atmosphere, everyone dressed in black suits




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i've never seen lord of the rings. any of it. don't know why... just didn't appeal to me.


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orangehippo wrote:i've never seen lord of the rings. any of it. don't know why... just didn't appeal to me.


I went to the first one at the cinema but fell asleep an hour in so that was as far as I got




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If you havent watched Braveheart, then i recommend you keep it that way

terrible film. Cant believe it won Oscars.

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Fantasia - I only just realised I've never seen it! :confused:

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True red wrote:Fantasia - I only just realised I've never seen it! :confused:

its good but if you can't understand where the animators of the times mindset was ...don't worry, just enjoy the cartoons and music :thumb:

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I was disappointed by Fantasia - compared to Snow White, Pinnochio & Bambi.
I've never seen Dumbo.

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ThinBoy wrote:I was disappointed by Fantasia - compared to Snow White, Pinnochio & Bambi.
I've never seen Dumbo.


Don't remember if I've seen Snow White all the way through, but I've seen the others and cried in them. I always cry at Disney films. :oops:

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I saw Dumbo at the cinema when I was wee, and I was howling! really upset me and I rememebred it as harrowing for a long time after.

Sensitive child.

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Whirliegig wrote:I saw Dumbo at the cinema when I was wee, and I was howling! really upset me and I rememebred it as harrowing for a long time after.

Sensitive child.

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Just watched Bladerunner, it was ok. Not a classic by any standards but I may have ruined it for myself after wanting to watch it for so long. Still I love the 80's style that makes it great. :thumb:

Whirlie, Dumbo scared the bejesus out of me and we were made to watch it at school when I was about 5.

Taxi Driver is so cool, love the ending.

D-Tox is on tonight with Stallone on ITV. Never seen it, no doubt it will be a waste of 90 mins.

I've never seen Braveheart. Don't want to either.

Or The Godfather, seen bits of it.



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Stanley Tweedle wrote:Just watched Bladerunner, it was ok. Not a classic by any standards but I may have ruined it for myself after wanting to watch it for so long. Still I love the 80's style that makes it great. :thumb:

Whirlie, Dumbo scared the bejesus out of me and we were made to watch it at school when I was about 5.

Taxi Driver is so cool, love the ending.

D-Tox is on tonight with Stallone on ITV. Never seen it, no doubt it will be a waste of 90 mins.

I've never seen Braveheart. Don't want to either.

Or The Godfather, seen bits of it.


I watched The Godfather for the first time a couple of years ago, watched all three in a row, watched them like that 6 times since, just brilliant, especially number 2




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Stanley Tweedle wrote:Just watched Bladerunner, it was ok. Not a classic by any standards but I may have ruined it for myself after wanting to watch it for so long. Still I love the 80's style that makes it great. :thumb:

Whirlie, Dumbo scared the bejesus out of me and we were made to watch it at school when I was about 5.

Taxi Driver is so cool, love the ending.

D-Tox is on tonight with Stallone on ITV. Never seen it, no doubt it will be a waste of 90 mins.

I've never seen Braveheart. Don't want to either.

Or The Godfather, seen bits of it.


I watched The Godfather for the first time a couple of years ago, watched all three in a row, watched them like that 6 times since, just brilliant, especially number 2


It bugs me that everyone seems to say that. My dads got the boxset, I'll have to watch em soon. Maybe this weekend...if I remember that is. :)



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Stanley Tweedle wrote:
martyn20 wrote:
Stanley Tweedle wrote:Just watched Bladerunner, it was ok. Not a classic by any standards but I may have ruined it for myself after wanting to watch it for so long. Still I love the 80's style that makes it great. :thumb:

Whirlie, Dumbo scared the bejesus out of me and we were made to watch it at school when I was about 5.

Taxi Driver is so cool, love the ending.

D-Tox is on tonight with Stallone on ITV. Never seen it, no doubt it will be a waste of 90 mins.

I've never seen Braveheart. Don't want to either.

Or The Godfather, seen bits of it.


I watched The Godfather for the first time a couple of years ago, watched all three in a row, watched them like that 6 times since, just brilliant, especially number 2


It bugs me that everyone seems to say that. My dads got the boxset, I'll have to watch em soon. Maybe this weekend...if I remember that is. :)


I really think you will enjoy it, the third film is the weakest of the three but still very watchable and enjoyable




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