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91 Re: Film and TV review. on Tue Jan 05 2016, 22:52

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Just watched The Martian, good film, totally unrealistic though, I mean Sean Bean works for Nasa.

92 Re: Film and TV review. on Fri Jan 08 2016, 21:00

Chairmanda

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Andy Walker
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got a mate who has a season ticket...no, not like that...to the flicks and goes 3 times a week. She reckons Amy was the best film she saw last year...its now starting for its network premiere on 4. Pass it on for what its worth, I will barricade myself in my drawing room against the unmentionables (rhymes with Nat) and watch it, happy evening all.

93 Re: Film and TV review. on Fri Jan 08 2016, 22:00

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Any one watching From Dusk Till Dawn on Spike (no never heard of it before either).

Pretty decent adaptation of the film.

94 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Jan 09 2016, 00:26

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
boltonbonce wrote:Never been a fan of Mrs Brown,but I've been surprised at the number elderly ladies who adore it. Didn't think it would be their cup of tea.
I never thought that I would enjoy watching a short bloke dressed up as an old woman either! Very Happy

95 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Jan 09 2016, 09:02

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karlypants wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:Never been a fan of Mrs Brown,but I've been surprised at the number elderly ladies who adore it. Didn't think it would be their cup of tea.
I never thought that I would enjoy watching a short bloke dressed up as an old woman either! Very Happy
You been spying on me KP? Shocked

96 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Jan 09 2016, 17:16

Chairmanda

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Andy Walker
Andy Walker
boltonbonce wrote:
karlypants wrote:
boltonbonce wrote:Never been a fan of Mrs Brown,but I've been surprised at the number elderly ladies who adore it. Didn't think it would be their cup of tea.
I never thought that I would enjoy watching a short bloke dressed up as an old woman either! Very Happy
You been spying on me KP? Shocked
that can't be right Boncey, surely you are an old bloke dressed up as a short woman?

97 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Jan 09 2016, 17:18

finlaymcdanger


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Has anyone seen The Detectorists?

98 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Jan 09 2016, 17:23

boltonbonce

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finlaymcdanger wrote:Has anyone seen The Detectorists?
I lasted one episode. And only because I fell asleep.

99 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Jan 09 2016, 17:26

finlaymcdanger


Andy Walker
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boltonbonce wrote:
finlaymcdanger wrote:Has anyone seen The Detectorists?
I lasted one episode. And only because I fell asleep.
I watched them all in one night. Loved it.

100 Re: Film and TV review. on Sat Jan 09 2016, 17:28

boltonbonce

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I might have another go at a more reasonable hour.

Rather gone under my radar.

101 Re: Film and TV review. on Sun Jan 10 2016, 20:36

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
I watched the Luther boxsets over Xmas and thought it was very good. I liked Idris Elba in The Wire as well.

102 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 11 2016, 01:36

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Just watching the BBC4 Lamb Lies Down on Broadway documentary and all I can think of is Brian Pern.

Absolutely perfect pastiche.

103 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 11 2016, 08:38

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Breadman wrote:Just watching the BBC4 Lamb Lies Down on Broadway documentary and all I can think of is Brian Pern.

Absolutely perfect pastiche.
 Brian Pern was excellent  Very Happy

104 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 11 2016, 08:42

xmiles

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Ivan Campo
Ivan Campo
Breadman wrote:Just watching the BBC4 Lamb Lies Down on Broadway documentary and all I can think of is Brian Pern.

Absolutely perfect pastiche.

Agreed and Brian Pern is returning on Thursday on BBC4.

105 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 11 2016, 08:43

Norpig

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is it a new one xmiles? Have to set the sky + planner for that  Very Happy

106 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 11 2016, 08:47

xmiles

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Ivan Campo
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Yes and the excellent Simon Day and Michael Kitchen are joined by Suranne Jones playing Pern's "abrasive, new ballsy American wife" according to the Radio Times.

107 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 11 2016, 12:38

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It's already in my planner and I can't wait.

There was a moment in the Genesis documentary where Steve Hackett starts moaning about being kicked out of the band or something and they all give him withering looks and Gabriel just looks at the camera and it was pure Pern.

Brilliant stuff.

108 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 11 2016, 13:03

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Finished MR ROBOT this weekend, very gripping storyline. Not sure a second series would be as good but definitely worth a watch -

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4158110/

109 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Jan 14 2016, 17:13

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Great news that a new series of Robot Wars has been commissioned. Nine one hour episodes to be filmed in Glasgow.

110 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Jan 14 2016, 17:20

boltonbonce

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Used to love it. Hope they don't ruin it,by trying to 'improve' it.

111 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Jan 14 2016, 17:30

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Agreed. The format was perfect. If it ain't broke don't try to mend it. Don't think Craig Charles will be doing the commentary.

112 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Jan 14 2016, 18:39

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I was just watching Robot Wars. It's on Challenge tv now.

113 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Jan 14 2016, 21:38

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Robot The Bruce was a grand finalist at one time.

I wonder if any connection? Very Happy

114 Re: Film and TV review. on Thu Jan 14 2016, 21:41

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
CBB is going way OTT tonight. Clearly some of the celebrities are desperate for airtime.

115 Re: Film and TV review. on Fri Jan 15 2016, 15:40

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Nat Lofthouse
Nat Lofthouse
Did anyone catch the Tracy Ullman Show?

The BBC stuck it on at 10.45 on Monday. Shameful.

It was brilliant.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b06wkc6f/tracey-ullmans-show-episode-1#group=p02q32p1

116 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 18 2016, 18:01

Reebok Trotter

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Nat Lofthouse
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xmiles wrote:Any one watching From Dusk Till Dawn on Spike (no never heard of it before either).

Pretty decent adaptation of the film.

Is that the western with vampires in it? If so, yes, quite good.

117 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 18 2016, 18:44

xmiles

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Ivan Campo
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Reebok Trotter wrote:
xmiles wrote:Any one watching From Dusk Till Dawn on Spike (no never heard of it before either).

Pretty decent adaptation of the film.

Is that the western with vampires in it? If so, yes, quite good.

There are vampires in it but it is not really a western. It is set in the 1990s (when the film was made). One of the highlights of the film is the dance performed by Halma Sayek which you are unlikely to forget if you have seen it.

118 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 18 2016, 19:08

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xmiles wrote:


There are vampires in it but it is not really a western. It is set in the 1990s (when the film was made). One of the highlights of the film is the dance performed by Halma Sayek which you are unlikely to forget if you have seen it.

Directed by Tentin Quarentino no doubt.

119 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 18 2016, 20:05

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Making a murderer - intriguing.

120 Re: Film and TV review. on Mon Jan 18 2016, 20:07

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Breadman wrote:
xmiles wrote:


There are vampires in it but it is not really a western. It is set in the 1990s (when the film was made). One of the highlights of the film is the dance performed by Halma Sayek which you are unlikely to forget if you have seen it.

Directed by Tentin Quarentino no doubt.
Very Happy
I was going to point it out as well but couldn't be arsed.

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