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Messages - Eric Plumrose

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Off Topic / Re: The Political Thread
« on: 13 January, 2018, 08:21:42 pm »
Those are the only two scenarios, bar karma giving him a heart attack on a golf course.

Too good for him, shirley? Son of Karma demands Al Trumpone be crushed by his wall while denying by tweet he knew all along 'poonani' means what it means and, no, he didn't grab it confuse it for that non-American Indian bloke's wife. Meanwhile, the Grey Cardinal finalizes divorce proceedings but that's just поддельные новости.

Off Topic / Re: RIPs
« on: 13 January, 2018, 07:16:49 am »
Bella Emberg:

The Blunder Stuff

« on: 02 January, 2018, 11:51:56 am »
Does anyone remember a comic strip about 4 kids, possibly 3 lads & a girl and they were on skatebords with motors & possibly wings, which comic was it in, what was it called??

Dark Angels, maybe. An EAGLE strip.

Off Topic / Re: RIPs
« on: 01 January, 2018, 02:32:22 am »
Without knowing who he he was (at the time), I loved Jim's artwork in LOOK-IN (along with Noble, Ranson, and Burns, among various others). I remember thinking "Oh, wow! It's that bloke who drewed THE FALL GUY ('scarred bloke with a grudge wanting Colt killed') and CHiPS ('highway biker-man wearing a Popeye mask')" when I saw his artwork in the Prog.


Film & TV / Re: Last movie watched...
« on: 20 December, 2017, 08:29:39 pm »
Sure we're talking about the same film?

There's a bit where Paddington - who I remind you is brown - is running on The Underground with a suitcase and not once is he shot to death by our hard-working bobbies.*  Talk about a liberal fantasy - what if this was actually a Die Hard film and Paddington had a bomb because the film had a different plot?  Dozens of fictional people could have died because of revisionist cuck libtard cultural Marxism.

Assuming I've understood you both correctly, this wants to be a Richard Curtis film but fails because it has a non-white character who (a) has a speaking role and (b) isn't married to Keira Knightley?

Off Topic / Re: Does that work in real life?
« on: 20 December, 2017, 07:27:27 pm »
More on topic (kinda):

That sound downstairs you hear during the night in all likelihood isn't a serial killer. Which is why you check, assuming you can be arsed. So next time some would-be film critic declares a movie character "stupid" for doing exactly that, break into said critic's house at, say, 0300 hours and gut them if they slope on down.

Off Topic / Re: Does that work in real life?
« on: 20 December, 2017, 06:49:02 pm »
Back in the day (early '90s), an old five pence superglued to a penny could trick a train station ticket machine you'd entered a quid.

Off Topic / Re: The Political Thread
« on: 20 December, 2017, 06:40:02 pm »
on what side of the political spectrum do you all align yourselves with? left? right? centrist?

Socially conscientious.

Off Topic / Re: RIPs
« on: 03 December, 2017, 10:00:16 pm »
Ulli Lommel

Boogeyman Down

Film & TV / Re: Blade Runner 2
« on: 11 November, 2017, 10:33:34 pm »
Bowie was solid in Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence.

He was perfectly fine. As he was in everything I've seen him but Bowie the actor wasn't ever good enough to make me forget I was watching someone other than David Bowie.

Music / Re: Misheard lyrics
« on: 11 November, 2017, 06:29:01 pm »
"Pink Sunshine" (0:32) by Fuzzbox:

'No Gucci haemorrhoids and no catch-me romeos . . .'

Film & TV / Re: Blade Runner 2
« on: 09 November, 2017, 11:48:41 pm »
They didn't even know he was sick when he refused the offer. It was only when he died they found out the reason for his refusal. Same with Twin Peaks.

So basically they wanted to cast him because he was Bowie.

Film & TV / Re: Blade Runner 2
« on: 09 November, 2017, 10:58:21 pm »
Bautista's Sapper was brilliant...that shot with him fumbling his glasses, wow.

It's the one thing that keeps playing in my head when I think of that character. So 'human'.

Before I get sidetracked, HELL, yes.

Film & TV / Re: Blade Runner 2
« on: 09 November, 2017, 10:53:07 pm »
I've never been impressed by Bowie's film performances, but I would've been intrigued to see an older – albeit dying – Bowie in the world of BR. The idea seems to fit; even if he was just playing himself. Certainly be more interested in that than watching Leto's attempts to chew the sets.

I think the only time I was impressed by Bowie the actor was in DREAM ON ("I . . . don't. Care!").

I agree Bowie's being terminally ill would have been plaintive and therefore effective but is that why he was even considered for the role?

Film & TV / Re: Blade Runner 2
« on: 09 November, 2017, 09:11:28 pm »
they intended the role for Bowie so you can see what they were thinking of.

"Let's cast a moderately adequate actor simply because he's David Bowie and hope his otherwordliness does the trick like it didn't do in LABYRINTH and THE PRESTIGE."

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