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Postby Pashernate_Lover » Wed Oct 10, 2007 2:31 am

Truman Capote wrote:The other day I saw just a few minutes of a movie that seemed to be pretty interesting or at least funny. There were this two little boys who loved cowboy movies and really wanted to be criminals, they were funny... I think they were irish... or mancunians or something like that... any clues? I know I don't have too much...


Which film? They are all pretty good/ funny at times :) I would recommend all of them... Irina Palm a little less than the other two though.
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Postby Truman Capote » Sun Oct 14, 2007 12:09 am

Pashernate_Lover wrote:<!--quoteo(post=42582:date=Oct 10 2007, 01:28 AM:name=Truman Capote)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Truman Capote @ Oct 10 2007, 01:28 AM) [snapback]42582[/snapback]</div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->
The other day I saw just a few minutes of a movie that seemed to be pretty interesting or at least funny. There were this two little boys who loved cowboy movies and really wanted to be criminals, they were funny... I think they were irish... or mancunians or something like that... any clues? I know I don't have too much...


Which film? They are all pretty good/ funny at times :) I would recommend all of them... Irina Palm a little less than the other two though.
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Uhm... That's all I know, I just watched like 15 minutes of it. :(

Well... I watched a very funny movie yesterday: Francis Ford Coppola's "You're a Big Boy Now". It's quite messy, like most mid 60s comedies. But there's something special about it... an actress... the most beautiful actress: Elizabeth Hartman on her role of Barbara Darling.

* Couldn't find any good picture of her on the web to illustrate my statement.
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Postby Pashernate_Lover » Sun Oct 14, 2007 6:17 am

Truman Capote wrote:<!--quoteo(post=42583:date=Oct 10 2007, 02:31 AM:name=Pashernate_Lover)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Pashernate_Lover @ Oct 10 2007, 02:31 AM) [snapback]42583[/snapback]</div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->
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The other day I saw just a few minutes of a movie that seemed to be pretty interesting or at least funny. There were this two little boys who loved cowboy movies and really wanted to be criminals, they were funny... I think they were irish... or mancunians or something like that... any clues? I know I don't have too much...


Which film? They are all pretty good/ funny at times :) I would recommend all of them... Irina Palm a little less than the other two though.
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Uhm... That's all I know, I just watched like 15 minutes of it. :(

Well... I watched a very funny movie yesterday: Francis Ford Coppola's "You're a Big Boy Now". It's quite messy, like most mid 60s comedies. But there's something special about it... an actress... the most beautiful actress: Elizabeth Hartman on her role of Barbara Darling.

* Couldn't find any good picture of her on the web to illustrate my statement.
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Oh- ha! Misunderstood you I guess :P. I think I am going to see Once tomorrow night, that might be cool
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Postby Pashernate_Lover » Mon Oct 29, 2007 2:56 pm

Just saw 'Control'- visually gorgeous movie, a bit predictable if you already know a bit about Joy Division, BUT it did give me a new favorite poem! Don't know anything about John Cooper Clarke except that he was probably the funniest scene of the movie. Oh, and it is good and sad and everyone should see it even if it was just for the beautiful cinematography.

EVIDENTLY
CHICKEN TOWN

the fucking cops are fucking keen

to fucking keep it fucking clean

the fucking chief's a fucking swine

who fucking draws a fucking line

at fucking fun and fucking games

the fucking kids he fucking blames

are nowehere to be fucking found

anywhere in chicken town


the fucking scene is fucking sad

the fucking news is fucking bad

the fucking weed is fucking turf

the fucking speed is fucking surf

the fucking folks are fucking daft

don't make me fucking laugh

it fucking hurts to look around

everywhere in chicken town


the fucking train is fucking late

you fucking wait you fucking wait

you're fucking lost and fucking found

stuck in fucking chicken town


the fucking view is fucking vile

for fucking miles and fucking miles

the fucking babies fucking cry

the fucking flowers fucking die

the fucking food is fucking muck

the fucking drains are fucking fucked

the colour scheme is fucking brown

everywhere in chicken town


the fucking pubs are fucking dull

the fucking clubs are fucking full

of fucking girls and fucking guys

with fucking murder in their eyes

a fucking bloke is fucking stabbed

waiting for a fucking cab

you fucking stay at fucking home

the fucking neighbors fucking moan

keep the fucking racket down

this is fucking chicken town


the fucking train is fucking late

you fucking wait you fucking wait

you're fucking lost and fucking found

stuck in fucking chicken town


the fucking pies are fucking old

the fucking chips are fucking cold

the fucking beer is fucking flat

the fucking flats have fucking rats

the fucking clocks are fucking wrong

the fucking days are fucking long

it fucking gets you fucking down

evidently chicken town






Amazing. Truly amazing.
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Postby chicken » Mon Oct 29, 2007 11:24 pm

:blink:

:ph34r:
:unsure:

i will not run for mayor, i promise. :lol:
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Postby Boxguy » Tue Oct 30, 2007 12:34 am

chicken wrote::blink:

:ph34r:
:unsure:

i will not run for mayor, i promise. :lol:

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Postby Pashernate_Lover » Tue Oct 30, 2007 9:52 am

chicken wrote::blink:

:ph34r:
:unsure:

i will not run for mayor, i promise. :lol:


Heh, why not? You already have an election campaign song! ha!
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Postby Truman Capote » Sat Nov 24, 2007 8:12 am

'it's a W

'It's a Wonderful Life'
With the great Jimmy Stewart, I strongly recommend this movie, my friends.

I'm tired... So, from WiKi:

For his first film in five years, Stewart appeared in his third and final Frank Capra production, It's a Wonderful Life.[12] Stewart appeared as George Bailey, a small-town man and upstanding citizen, who becomes increasingly frustrated by his ordinary existence and financial troubles. Driven to suicide on Christmas Eve, he is led to reassess his life by Clarence Odbody AS2,[13] an "angel, second class," played by Henry Travers. Although the film was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Stewart's third Best Actor nomination, it received only moderate success at the box office, possibly due to its dark nature. However, in the decades since the film's release, it grew to define Stewart's film persona and is widely considered as a sentimental Christmas film classic and, according to the American Film Institute, one of the best movies ever made.

I love this Movie.
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Postby Boxguy » Sat Nov 24, 2007 6:32 pm

It's a Wonderful Life is a Christmas tradition on television here, along with Miracle on 34th Street and A Christmas Story. At least one major national network airs each of the films just before Christmas, with one traditionally airing A Christmas Story in a continuous loop for around 30 hours spanning Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. :lol:
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Postby Truman Capote » Sat Nov 24, 2007 7:06 pm

Well it has a lot of A Christmass Story, doesn't it?
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Postby elko » Sun Nov 25, 2007 1:14 pm

I don't think I've seen any of those.

What's the best Christmas film ever, then?
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Postby helmoz » Sun Nov 25, 2007 3:35 pm

<a href="http://www.thesnowman.co.uk/" target="_blank">the snowman</a>! :)
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Postby Truman Capote » Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:37 pm

I just watched Jimmy and Judy, with Edward Furlong, I always love his characters.

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Postby Cracked Pleasures » Mon Nov 26, 2007 11:21 pm

I don't know the name of the actress but she is quite arrousing :ph34r:
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Postby Truman Capote » Tue Nov 27, 2007 12:39 am

Cracked Pleasures wrote:I don't know the name of the actress but she is quite arrousing :ph34r:

Rachel Bella. She really is bella.
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