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Off-Topic Discussion / New Movie Game
« on: March 30, 2005, 03:17:08 AM »
Ok someone types in a film first then the next person types an actor or actress who appeared in that film and so the cycle continues

Here is an example

"Bridge over the River Kwai"

So the next person would say type

"William Holden"

then after that

"The Wild Bunch"

etc etc

So i will start with an easyish one

"Army of Darkness"

Hope this works and enjoy

Forgot to mention that only movies are applicable Not TV

Off-Topic Discussion / The Next 007
« on: March 12, 2005, 11:41:01 AM »
So who's it gonna be people

I have been posting on this site for some time and it is often useful to quote someone else's post, so far i do this by saying such a body says " and then cutting and posting that piece of text, but i have noticed that other people do this differently,

Please advise


Off-Topic Discussion / Firefox the superior browser
« on: January 11, 2005, 12:45:44 PM »
Gee why did i put up with Internet Explorer for so long, i have just downloaded FireFox and boy is it's the link for any one else in need of a superior browser.

Spread the word and support Mozilla against the Bill Gates empire.

Off-Topic Discussion / Sin City (the movie)
« on: January 05, 2005, 04:22:47 PM »
Sin city the graphic novel was a masterstroke of Crime noir by Frank Miller (the dark Knight) and is set to be released this May (US), looks like the casting is good as good old Mickey Rourke takes the lead role of Marv, another bonus is that Frank Miller is directing the flick too. Now whether this is a good thing or not i am not sure but hopeful, i will keep my eyes out for this one, sounds like a good film for a young Clint

Off-Topic Discussion / Plans/ Resolutions for this New Year
« on: January 02, 2005, 01:50:54 PM »
Apart from the obvious ...being a better person than last year if poss  :D

I aim to be working in web design before the year is up and to increase my clint eastwood dvd collection. Also as my cat died i intend to get a new kitten that i can train to do the housework.


Off-Topic Discussion / Movies I have watched this week
« on: December 01, 2004, 09:48:51 AM »
Yes another movie thread heck why not we all love em.

Ok we all know your fav films and your top ten or 30 films in some cases  ;), but what have you been watching this or last week.

It doesn't have to be films you enjoyed particularly but a short sentance about each one or a warning would be nice.

Here goes

This week so far i have been mostly watching

"Sneakers" (1992) excellent if slightly nerdy film with some very subtle humour well worth a watch.

"Kill Bill Vol II" (2004) tell all your friends this film rocks if you haven't seen it yet do so, possibly the best film of 2004, it worth watching just for David Carradine's coolness all the way through.

"Leaving Las Vegas" (1995) Tragic movie about two loners brought together by chance, not a nice flick but brilliant through out, Nic Cage and Elizabeth Shue are outstanding.

"Kingpin" (1996) I saw this last night again and wet myself again, great road, buddy, bowling movie by the Farrelly brothers  ;D

Discussion Board Troubleshooting / Question Please
« on: October 03, 2004, 12:18:39 PM »
Hi all from rainy Manchester ...well they dont call it rainy city for nothing

Upon reading the notices here......i have seen members with different stars titles by there names......

How can 1 increase their status on this website........

I would love to know this



Off-Topic Discussion / Favourite Gangster Films
« on: October 02, 2004, 08:54:00 AM »
What a great genre hats off to Mob movies here are my Favourite

The Godfather (the first)
The long Good Friday
Get Carter
Once upon a time in america
Godfather part ii
The Soprano's (ok its not a movie)

I am sure i have missed a few out pls let me know



General Discussion / Mystic River
« on: September 27, 2004, 09:57:03 AM »
Hello all

I have recently watched "Mystic River" and was really taken back by the whole film.

Not only were the performances of Sean Penn and Tim Robbins excellent i found the plot incredible also, it was one of those films where you were guessing all the time but where eventually shocked by the films outcome.

Although not a particularly pleasant film it definately said alot about human nature.

All this and not a single Special Effect or CGI



hello all newbie here but also a big fan of clint

can anyone tell me who is clints real dad

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