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You should think of a myspace account as a funny tshirt slogan, and myspace as a pub, and the other people on it as coils of wire, pulsing slightly as they whisper the names of the dead.

You should think of a facebook account as your face, and facebook as a huge mincing machine, and the other people on it as a huge dead mass exerting their gravitional pull on you from just behind the mincing blades.

You should think of a twitter as a little plate with some kitchen roll spread out on it and dampened and each twitter account as a single spire of cress slowly rising out of it and each comment on it as some kind of cancerous growth on your stalk and your twitter feed is where your growths and some of your neighbours growths intertwine and draw you nearer even though the last thing you ever wanted to do was be near them or anyone else anywhere in the world, and especially not on this plate, on this window ledge by the back door.

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> i saw a film once, it formed on my soup while i waited for it to cool
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post Nov 15 2017, 05:20 PM
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Planet of dinosaurs - some people flying one of those spaceships from space 1999 crashland on that bit of land where Captain Kirk always had to first fight lizards and then they get attacked by stop motion dinosaurs. Absolutely terrible absurdly no budgeted 1970s ultra piss with the worst actors, dialogue, costumes, plot, etc, but there were stop motion dinosaurs, so I watched it all

and the stop motion dinosaurs were brilliant so everything was okay

and also the burbling synth soundtrack was great too.

Just a shame about everything else really
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post Nov 15 2017, 05:21 PM
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15 years later jurassic park came along and stop motion dinosaurs became extinct
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post Nov 15 2017, 05:33 PM
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ly_Hg5MWpLw
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post Nov 16 2017, 11:06 PM
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QUOTE (vom @ Apr 11 2017, 07:40 AM) *
Elle

new Paul Verhoeven film. Really dark and twisted. Not sure if I liked it or not, but it does have a lovely cat.


Things to Come

Another film about Isabelle Huppert and a cat that came out the same year as Elle for some reason, but with less rape and more philosophy

Quite good, in that extremely French, lots of things happen but it feels like nothing much happens sort of way

The cat is called Pandora


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post Nov 18 2017, 12:53 PM
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I watched hardcore Henry, that action film that was all filmed with a go pro camera strapped to some stuntmans head. It was okay
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No crank though
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I did like the way the villain and his plan were basically straight out of a metal gear solid game, but a much more stupid metal gear solid game, somehow
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post Nov 18 2017, 11:38 PM
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What Happened to Monday?

Ridiculous Netflix thriller in which Noomi Rapace plays identical septuplets who pretend to be one woman in a dystopian future where siblings are illegal

If you can resist that premise then you're fucking dead


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post Nov 18 2017, 11:42 PM
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QUOTE (Derek Von Barry on @ Jul 1 2017, 04:25 PM) *
Baby driver

Better than the rubbish tv adverts suggest. Just not as good as it should have been.


Very much agreed


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post Nov 19 2017, 05:15 PM
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and then I go and spoil it all by saying something evil like "I bum crow"
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Did it feature any driving babbies?


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Hopkins is having an obviously great time insulting his robot butler, who also appears to be homicidal and gay.
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The Florida Project - this was just really great. Felt thematically quite similar to American Honey, which was also very good, but this one had really good child acting, lurid Florida scenery and Willem Defoe, so probably wins.
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post Nov 20 2017, 09:23 AM
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I watched The Roaring Twenties last night, an excellent.gif gangster film that runs from World War 2 through prohibition and the rise and fall of James Cagney, bootlegger

I just noticed that, according to the poster, it stars George & Lynn



good to see them getting non-ubbs-related work, in 1939


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and then I go and spoil it all by saying something evil like "I bum crow"
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Ever since I was a child, whenever I see or hear the phrase "the Roaring Twenties" I imagine a stereotypical 1920s posh bloke with a monocle and a suit and a big fat ruddy face and everything literally roaring those words. "The RRRRROAAAAARRRRIIINNNGGGGGG Twentiiies!", I hear him go. I have had this mental image / sound floating around in my mind for at least thirty years
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incredible
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post Nov 20 2017, 10:17 PM
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QUOTE (V.O.M.A.S. @ Apr 5 2010, 10:20 PM) *
Oh also last night, while recovering from SPECTACULAR post-easter indigestion, I watched "The Bunny and the Bull" which was really excellent.gif. Everyone in it looks like somebody else, apart from the people who don't need to look like anybody else because I already know who they are.


I watched this again, due to ongoing Paddington obsession. I love the ambition in making a European road trip film without ever leaving Nottingham. Also lots of the great things about the Paddington films are already in evidence here, with the added bonus of getting to see Simon Farnaby's penis

Paul King should just direct every film from now on, really




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post Nov 21 2017, 12:19 AM
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i'm just disappointed to discover that simon farnaby's penis isn't in either of the paddington films
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alsoi watched blood simple for the first time in twenty years and i remembered absolutely none of it at all. which was nice

it was good
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also the main bit of music from blood simple is so brilliant



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paterson - jim jarmusch film where adam driver is a bus driver who is called paterson and lives in a place called paterson. also he writes poems

i really enjoyed this. it was slow and lovely and nice and a bit sad
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also features method man rapping all alone in a laundrette
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