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    (Original post by Madjackismad)
    Not good enough. Has to be in a cave with a waterfall and bats.
    That's not good enough either

    Need your own personal butler called Alfred and an actual batmobile out in the lot
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    Going on a quest. On the internet to find some awesome minimalist film desktop wallpapers. Like those posters we found in the last thread. Will report back if I find any good ones.

    (Original post by cambo211)
    Once again I am Watson :holmes:
    Another case solved. :holmes:

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    Is it wrong that I've never even heard of Serenity? :ninja:
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    (Original post by aja89)
    Is it wrong that I've never even heard of Serenity? :ninja:
    Not entirely wrong (). It is cult thing, nothing too mainstream. It's really good, well get into Firefly first. It's a TV series and Serenity is the film which acts as the continuation. If you like Space Opera mixed with Western, then you'll enjoy Firefly and Serenity.
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    Well not really no, it's not that well known in terms of a 'mainstream' sci-fi film, 90% of mine and probably your friends too have probably never heard of it

    I'd say it's an overlooked gem of a film

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    I wonder what films are on now.. hopefully something entertaining and decent
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Another case solved. :holmes:

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    Not entirely film related, but if anyone is interested in procrastinating interesting diversions, I recommend:

    Weird puzzle: http://jayisgames.com/games/sagrarios-room/
    Addictive melody: http://lab.andre-michelle.com/tonematrix
    Line thing: http://www.barcinski-jeanjean.com/entries/line3d/

    And watched Pink Panther 2 today, yeah letdown sequel. The trailer for the new Johnny English Reborn film is also out.

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    I want one of these... http://www.firebox.com/product/3284/...cehugger-Plush
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    Tim Miller to direct 'Deadpool' :holmes:

    Well lets hope they fix the stupid take on Deadpool from X-men origins: Wolverine.
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    I'm willing to give him a chance, but the fact they've hired someone with literally no directorial experience suggests they're not taking the film seriously. Which for Deadpool may be quite appropriate, but it's still worrying.
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    Ryan Reynolds is a good actor.... wait he's not gonna be deadpool too as well as the green lantern right :|
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    (Original post by lukejoshjedi)
    Ryan Reynolds is a good actor.... wait he's not gonna be deadpool too as well as the green lantern right :|
    He already played Deadpool in X-Men origins: wolverine but that was ****
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    and is rumoured to in the sequel.


    I can't imagine he'll be in the proper Deadpool film.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Weird puzzle: http://jayisgames.com/games/sagrarios-room/
    Oh dear - I can see myself spending ages on this now... It's a lot like 'The Crimson Room' and the other games by the same guy, only new and shiny and unsolved by me. Hello, procrastination!
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    Just watched Jack Goes Boating. I've really started to like Philip Seymour Hoffman lately, and though the acting was good, I'm sad to say it was pretty boring It wasn't the worst film I've ever seen by a long shot, but I won't be recommending it to people...

    Just started to watch Red Road after seeing it mentioned earlier in this thread. 5 minutes in and I've just realised I've seen it before, in the cinema. I really should keep a book with a list of all the films I've seen, because I watch so many (and have such a bad memory) that it's hard to keep track of them! Going to carry on watching it anyway, because I don't remember the plot exactly but remember enjoying it.

    Oh, and I escaped from the room on that game from earlier
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    Anyone know anything of Terence Malick's work? He's greatly respected, but to my shame I haven't seen any of his films.
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    (Original post by Christien)
    Anyone know anything of Terence Malick's work? He's greatly respected, but to my shame I haven't seen any of his films.
    Check out The Thin Red Line, which is one of his best works.
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    (Original post by Phalanges)
    Check out The Thin Red Line, which is one of his best works.


    Will do, cheers. :yy:
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    Red Road was good again. Especially good since I saw Mogwai on thursday night, and they put some videos of Glasgow on in the background
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    Sidney Lumet has died.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/10/mo...ies-at-86.html
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    Sad times. :moon:

 
 
 
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