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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 Aug 15 2017, 10:16 PM
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I hated that film, it was trash

As was Suicide Squad

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post Aug 15 2017, 10:39 PM
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Everybody will become a Homfrus.
Everybody, Homfrus.
So, he's not here anymore.
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post Aug 16 2017, 03:18 PM
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For some reason, Netflix has a new version of The Saint. I managed about 20 minutes of it before giving up as it was ludicrously cheap and nasty looking (apparently it's some rejigged failed pilot from a few years ago). I mean, I know loads of fiction ignores that gold bars are real heavy lads, but you're chucking them around like they're, for instance, painted blocks of balsa wood. With sounds to match.

Also features Her From Buffy


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post Aug 16 2017, 11:07 PM
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Ghostbusters

i took the plunge and really enjoyed it. very funny, bit vulgar, just the way i like it.
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QUOTE (dng @ Mar 10 2015, 11:47 PM) *
also i read today that they're rebooting that new ghostbusters film before its even out by announcing a NO WOMAN version to come immediately after the WOMAN version

that sounds really depressing
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QUOTE (vom @ Aug 15 2017, 02:18 PM) *
QUOTE (vom @ Mar 23 2014, 10:25 PM) *
QUOTE (vom @ Mar 19 2014, 10:34 PM) *
I received two more noir-ish films from lovefilm today but instead I watched SUMMER RENTAL which is a really mediocre John Candy film in which he becomes a sailor for some reason (he gets drunk and just decides, and then Rip Torn encourages him a bit) and then has to do a race, or disappoint his children

there's one scene when they're out on the beach where his youngest daughter says something but it's so obviously been dubbed over by a grown-up, it made me laugh for ages, and then I rewound it and watched it again and laughed again

also there's a really broadly scottish stereotype man in it called Angus and Rip Torn keeps calling him a "dumb swede", and that made me laugh too

hooray for terrible yet amazing films of the 1980s


I just watched this again




I watched this for a fourth time on Sunday and then wrote a surprising amount of stuff about my near-inexplicable love for it

it is here: http://www.the-solute.com/year-of-the-mont...m-vomas-morton/


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The article rather than the film, which I've never seen nor even somehow heard of despite all the times you've listed about it (three times)
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I watched moana yesterday with my niece who absolutely loves it and watches it very day for some reason
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I hope the reason is because jemaine from flight of the conchords is a giant crab covered in gold
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I quite it enjoyed it. It's utterly formulaic though, which is a shame, because it could probably have been less so somehow
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The bonus short cartoon on the dvd is some utterly depressing ultra misery about a boring man being forced to go to boring work, every day, forever, until he is dead. It's terrible, and also astonishingly out of place really on a children's DVD.

Poor utterly broken disney animators
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post Aug 17 2017, 09:20 PM
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I really liked the music on that short film, but I really don't understand why it was made. Well, I get that a bunch of animators who spend all day doing repetitive thankless tasks on computers would want a film about themselves, but not why anyone else would be interested in it


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post Aug 17 2017, 09:21 PM
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Also I really liked Moana but yes, it did feel like it could have been better with a little bit more creativity and thought


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ALSO I coincidentally just watched Treasure Planet, the latest in an occasional series of catching up on Disney films that I haven't seen, which was inspired my Moana

It looks absolutely fucking amazing but the story is a right mess


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post Aug 17 2017, 09:23 PM
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Also, terrible grunge-pop songs written by the man from The Goo Goo Dolls, for some reason


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