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    (Original post by Ham and Cheese)
    I guess you are right I mean I have watched all three Toy Story's; although I watched Toy Story 3 because I watched the other two when I was young so I went to just see what it was like

    I think its the plot; a film with cars that turn into robots just seems like a crap story to me. I would never watch Stargate. I have watched 2012; but then again that could be debated as to whether that's scientifically possible
    Saw Toy Story 3 at the cinema. Bloody kids ruined it for me. I mean come on WTF were they doing there? They were to young to have even seen the first one when it came out.
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    (Original post by ajp100688)
    Not really, more the sign of middle class teenagers whose parents have more money than sense. Most teenagers don't have the opportunity to splash money around let alone have portfolios of shares to mess around with.
    Yeah that's totally unrealistic.

    (Original post by Aj12)
    Saw Toy Story 3 at the cinema. Bloody kids ruined it for
    me. I mean come on WTF were they doing there? They were to young to have even seen the first one when it came out.
    *******s! How dare they! What do they think it is, a kids film?
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    Yeah that's totally unrealistic.



    *******s! How dare they! What do they think it is, a kids film?
    Thats what I thought. I mean come on, they did not even understand the significance of it
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    There is most certainly a difference between a kids film and a family film.

    Toy Story falls into the latter.
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    (Original post by cambo211)
    There is most certainly a difference between a kids film and a family film.

    Toy Story falls into the latter.
    Sat around on Christmas day and watched it with my family. Can't get any more family than that lol
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    Last film I watched at the cinema was The Fighter

    good film, bit slow if your not into those films

    orange Wednesday is the only reason to go to the cinema, Friday Saturday night its boring, plus firday night is for partying and drinking till you can no longer see:p:
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    (Original post by cambo211)
    There is most certainly a difference between a kids film and a family film.

    Toy Story falls into the latter.
    True - it was a very good film as well.

    (Original post by Aj12)
    Thats what I thought. I mean come on, they did not even understand the significance of it
    Oh well if the parents want to spend their money doing it hopefully the kid will learn something about investment.
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    (Original post by Ham and Cheese)
    I guess you are right I mean I have watched all three Toy Story's; although I watched Toy Story 3 because I watched the other two when I was young so I went to just see what it was like

    I think its the plot; a film with cars that turn into robots just seems like a crap story to me. I would never watch Stargate. I have watched 2012; but then again that could be debated as to whether that's scientifically possible
    On the last point, no it cannot. The scientific premise of the film is complete and utter donkey scrotum.

    That said, it was entertaining in a "turn your brain off for two hours" way.
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    (Original post by Ham and Cheese)
    I guess you are right I mean I have watched all three Toy Story's; although I watched Toy Story 3 because I watched the other two when I was young so I went to just see what it was like

    I think its the plot; a film with cars that turn into robots just seems like a crap story to me. I would never watch Stargate. I have watched 2012; but then again that could be debated as to whether that's scientifically possible
    The Stargate film may be crap, but the series are awesome :fyi:
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    (Original post by Ham and Cheese)
    That wasn't very nice

    I'm don't regard myself as attractive but I wouldn't say I'm ugly I reckon I am average I mean I have no problem getting girls and both the girls I pulled on Saturday night want to meet up again for a date

    Must be doing something right
    Bet they're average at best.
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    (Original post by paperclip)
    You'll be a proper adult when you realise that childrens things can be exceptionally fun.
    As a wise man once said, "There's no point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes".
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    I may give stargate another go today as I have run out of other tings to watch.
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    I may give stargate another go today as I have run out of other tings to watch.
    Do! Dipak got me into that and it's definately worth warthing :top:
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    (Original post by DayneD89)
    Do! Dipak got me into that and it's definately worth warthing :top:
    It does tend to persuade you that sometimes not telling the American public something is a good idea though :p:

    Not to mention justifiable wars and the like.

    Excellent show though, one i definitely recommend!
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    Do! Dipak got me into that and it's definately worth warthing :top:
    He recommended it to me as well.

    Apparently Thor was a very powerful Alien leader of some sort :awesome:
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