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Film & TV / Re: Last movie watched...
« Last post by pictsy on Today at 12:20:27 PM »
Liquid Sky

Gah!  It's not good.

It is an mangled mess of a incompetent production with stilted and unconvincing acting.  A mean spirited exercise in pretentious pointlessness that felt the need to have three rape scenes.  A confused narrative with terrible pacing and a plethora of redundancies.  The soundtrack is abrasive and awful.  A wretched assault on the ears that sounds like a child playing with a Casio keyboard and finding the most obnoxious settings possible.  I feel those that made it thought they were saying something, yet ended up being as vacuous and empty as the scene they were "commentating" on.  Saying it is not good is a kindness. 
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Creative Common / Re: Pixel Rogue Trooper
« Last post by Trooper McFad on Today at 11:06:13 AM »
I love it can you do one shooting from the hip?
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Film & TV / Re: Last movie watched...
« Last post by JamesC on Today at 10:54:36 AM »
My last movie watched was Demolition Man.

I don't think I'd seen this since the 90s so it all felt pretty fresh to me.
It's a really fun film which I very much enjoyed. Stallone puts his best foot forward with the affable tough guy routine and Sandra Bullock is an absolute joy - loveable and vulnerable but also smart and capable. I really liked her character.
Wesley Snipes is great fun as a pantomine-esque super-psycho villain. He looks like he's having great fun. And then you've got (bizarrely) Nigel Hawthorne chewing a bit of scenery.
The whole package is much better than I'd remembered with a pretty witty script and a great balance of action and humour. It's possibly 15 minutes too long and the subterranean underclass bit didn't quite come off - still a solid effort though.

It's obviously impossible to watch without comparing it to Judge Dredd. Demolition Man is by far the better film - Stallone seems more comfortable and they even manage to keep Rob Schneider on a leash.
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General / Re: GROUP 2: UNDT Round 2- Heroes
« Last post by Dark Jimbo on Today at 10:13:07 AM »
Devlin Waugh and Jacob Sardini.
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General / Re: GROUP 3: UNDT Round 2 - Villains
« Last post by Dark Jimbo on Today at 10:11:49 AM »
Hmm, tough one. Howard Quartz and... Old One Eye.
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General / Re: GROUP 3: UNDT Round 2- Heroes
« Last post by Dark Jimbo on Today at 10:09:15 AM »
I almost don't want to vote for Johnny, he's so obviously going to go all the way to the final - if not win it - but, c'mon! It's Johnny Alpha, of course I'm voting for him.

Plus Kano, even though every new series of Bad Company is just another nail in his coffin.
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General / Re: GROUP 3: UNDT Round 2- Heroes
« Last post by Greg M. on Today at 09:48:17 AM »
Group Name: The Animal Lovers

Vote: Kano and Strontium Dogbrain.
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General / Re: GROUP 3: UNDT Round 2 - Villains
« Last post by Greg M. on Today at 09:41:32 AM »
Group Name: An Eye for the Dollar

Votes: Quartz and Old One Eye.
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General / Re: GROUP 3: UNDT Round 2- Heroes
« Last post by AlexF on Today at 09:27:12 AM »
Johnny Kano

now trying to picture that square head fitting into the triangular helmet.
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General / Re: GROUP 3: UNDT Round 2- Heroes
« Last post by abelardsnazz on Today at 09:26:16 AM »
Alpha and Kano.
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