Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby AgrAde on Tue 6/Oct/15 9:04pm



Also saw this the other day. Frikken hilarious.
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby phantasim on Tue 6/Oct/15 9:41pm

AgrAde wrote:

Also saw this the other day. Frikken hilarious.


I :love: Brendon Gleeson flics, the man is dry as hell, funny as shit. In Bruges is another good movie of his, even Colin Farrell was a laugh.

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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Astoria Paranoia on Tue 6/Oct/15 10:08pm

ya know, alcoves.. nooks and crannies...
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby AgrAde on Tue 6/Oct/15 11:37pm

I love In Bruges. So many stupid quotes that are utterly mundane out of context. :p
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Sims on Wed 7/Oct/15 2:11pm

Black list popped up on the telly last night. Seemed engaging enough.
Mostly been watching my work computer tho :(
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Rik on Wed 15/Jun/16 1:15pm

I watched "dawn of the planet of the apes" when it was on TV the other day. Stunning CGI, but it actually had some storyline to it. Shallow of me I know, but I spent much of the movie switching side from rooting for the monkeys (apes) to rooting for the humans.
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Sims on Wed 15/Jun/16 2:37pm

I watched Stargate Atlantis... :lol:
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Conners on Wed 15/Jun/16 2:47pm

Watched the first episode of Archer on Netflix the other night - not sure who recommended it on here ages ago (possibly HDC so must've been aaaages ago)? Bits of it had me in stitches, I can see me going on a binge in the near future.
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Bigfoot on Wed 15/Jun/16 3:40pm

Conners wrote:Watched the first episode of Archer on Netflix the other night - not sure who recommended it on here ages ago (possibly HDC so must've been aaaages ago)? Bits of it had me in stitches, I can see me going on a binge in the near future.


Do this. It is brilliant, and gets better/more fucked up as it goes on :)
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Rik on Wed 15/Jun/16 4:43pm

Bigfoot wrote:
Conners wrote:Watched the first episode of Archer on Netflix the other night - not sure who recommended it on here ages ago (possibly HDC so must've been aaaages ago)? Bits of it had me in stitches, I can see me going on a binge in the near future.


Do this. It is brilliant, and gets better/more fucked up as it goes on :)


Stop it! Kev has been getting at me for months to get into this.
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Bigfoot on Wed 15/Jun/16 5:07pm

He is wise. I have probably watched the entire thing through 25 times... it's my go-to put on while doing housework or sick show :)
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby kneemick on Thu 16/Jun/16 7:28am

Watched "Into the Badlands" on my last flight back from work - would recommend it, even though I am not into martial art type stuff it is well done and I can't wait for season 2
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Velocipedestrian on Thu 16/Jun/16 7:57am

Watched Crimson Peak, it's definitely a Del Toro movie, good if you like his style (I do) but could be frustrating ifif you don't.
More similar to Il Orphanto or Pans Labyrinth than Pacific Rim or the Hellboys.

Also most of the way through Fargo season 1, good times. Makes me want to watch the film again for comparison.
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Kev on Thu 16/Jun/16 10:07am

Bigfoot wrote:He is wise.

Thank you, :cool:
It is a guilty pleasure of mine. It is humour is stupid and puerile and targeted at boys with the emotional maturity of a teenager. Which, excepting the Vorbettes, describes most of the people on Vorb!
C'mon Rik, It is an easy watch, 20-25mins per episode. Just make there are no children around when it's on.

As for me, I have just started watching "Preacher". It's pretty good so far although it too early to tell how faithful to the comics it will be.
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Re: What Did You Last Watch?

Postby Bigfoot on Thu 16/Jun/16 10:38am

Crude yes, but also somehow fairly intelligent. Impressively so :blink:
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