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« Reply #885 on: Sunday, February 15, 2009, 19:43:52 »

I didn't like Jackie Brown, but I did cry when I watched My Girl

Not really a Tarantino film.
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« Reply #886 on: Sunday, February 15, 2009, 19:48:25 »

Who wrote and directed My Girl?
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« Reply #887 on: Sunday, February 15, 2009, 19:49:38 »

It would have been very different. Cheesy
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« Reply #888 on: Monday, February 16, 2009, 11:46:11 »

I just watched kidulthood, good film and good soundtrack, will have to order the sequel, Adulthood.

ooooooo I LOVE these films - even though it takes me a while to understand what some of them are talking about - innit blood!

Im so in Love with Noel Clarke - I cant believe he wrote the film as well as starring in it (or summit like that?)
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« Reply #889 on: Monday, February 16, 2009, 12:01:15 »

I saw Se7en for the first time on Saturday. Was disappointed i didn't get to actually see Paltrow's severed head in a box...
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« Reply #890 on: Monday, February 16, 2009, 12:27:29 »

I saw Se7en for the first time on Saturday. Was disappointed i didn't get to actually see Paltrow's severed head in a box...

I wondered if I'd missed that. When I watched it my copy skipped about 15 seconds from seeing the van drive along the road to the bit where the guy's telling Pitt not to kill Spacey (Kevin Spacey, that is). 
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« Reply #891 on: Monday, February 16, 2009, 13:33:37 »

What a knob, I fell asleep. I'll try again later after the housemaid's cooked the roast.

And finished the hoovering. I'd offer to help, but I'm a bit busy watching Goals on Sunday.

You really are a Cunt! I think after what I have done for you lately I deserve something VERY nice in return and some help around the house!

Anyway, I really enjoyed this film, best I've seen for a while.  Was pleasantly surprised by the ending because I thought Johnny Cash either killed himself or died of an OD Smiley

Anyway
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« Reply #892 on: Monday, February 16, 2009, 14:02:06 »

Adulthood is not as good as kidulthood, but still enjoyed it. I had to translate it for the girlfriend Tongue

Also watched benjamin button, I was thoroughly bored by it, did nothing for me at all. Also, he starts off as a tiny 80 year old, shouldn't he end up as a 6ft baby?
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« Reply #893 on: Monday, February 16, 2009, 14:05:19 »

Oh, I forgot to add I watched mighty ducks 2 this weekend. Cheesy
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« Reply #894 on: Tuesday, February 17, 2009, 19:49:58 »

I thought Johnny Cash either killed himself or died of an OD Smiley


definitely not! he died an old man in jamaica, did he not?
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« Reply #895 on: Tuesday, February 17, 2009, 20:00:27 »

No he didn't.
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« Reply #896 on: Tuesday, February 17, 2009, 20:39:56 »

must have been nashville then? i read his autobiog a while back, just before walk the line came out, and he spent alot of his twilight years in jamaica

he died OLD anyway, was well off the drugs (though well into god) by then
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« Reply #897 on: Tuesday, February 17, 2009, 21:20:35 »

He died in his early 70's which is reasonably good form considering.
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« Reply #898 on: Tuesday, February 17, 2009, 21:24:28 »

must have been nashville then? i read his autobiog a while back, just before walk the line came out, and he spent alot of his twilight years in jamaica

he died OLD anyway, was well off the drugs (though well into god) by then

Yeah it was Nashville. Is the book any good? I may have to put that on my list of things to read but will never get round to.
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« Reply #899 on: Tuesday, February 17, 2009, 21:39:07 »

The book was superb from what I remember. I read it a couple of years ago whilst at the peak of my fascination with him, and before seeing 'Walk the Line' (which seemed a bit shitty and cheesy after the authenticity of the book version, probably testament to how well he gets his character across on the page).

It follows more or less the same path as 'Walk the Line', but is much better. If you liked the film, I'd definitely recommend it.

You'll want the Patrick Carr version.
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