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Other Bands / Re: What's in Your CD Player etc....175
« Last post by captainkurtz on Today at 18:51:31 »
Rolling Stones
Let it bleed.  Looking forward to tomorrow. 
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General Sporting Chat / Re: Cricket
« Last post by Nïckslïkk2112 on Today at 16:38:42 »
Here we go again...
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Other Bands / Re: What's in Your CD Player etc....175
« Last post by karl on Today at 16:11:09 »
Canned Heat - Living The Blues
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Travel & Culture / Re: FEAR OF FLYING
« Last post by Bez on Today at 15:17:14 »
Well we got here safely, and although I never let it bother me as much as I thought I would, I never enjoyed a minute of it until we landed!

Top marks, big man....enjoy the rest of the hols...
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Travel & Culture / Re: FEAR OF FLYING
« Last post by zoony on Today at 13:32:34 »
Well we got here safely, and although I never let it bother me as much as I thought I would, I never enjoyed a minute of it until we landed!
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: The Bridge (Broen), series 4
« Last post by Jonners on Today at 11:26:34 »
cant do subtitles.
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DVD/Movie/TV / Re: The Bridge (Broen), series 4
« Last post by Reg on Yesterday at 22:17:49 »
Same sentiments for episode 2.
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DVD/Movie/TV / Deadpool 2
« Last post by Reg on Yesterday at 22:04:19 »
Oh yes.
I notice that the UK release is a 15, whereas the US version was R-rated. I wonder if ours was changed in some way, or are the US just more wimpy.
That's just an aside.
If you liked the 1st one, you will like this - it is very much more of the same. It is perhaps sicker in humour in parts (the sofa scene is probably the sickest!), and once again, there are so many references both subtle and blatant (at one point, Deadpool calls Cable, "Thanos", I grinned at that) that I will need to watch it again to get more of them. Plenty of breaking the fourth wall too, as you would expect.
Plenty of laugh out loud moments, and the quite full cinema shared quite a few of these - although perhaps tellingly, not all of us laughed at the same gags/references - so as I already mentioned, I'll have to go back to get more of them.

Josh Brolin is suitably buffed up, beefy and bad-ass as future soldier/part-cyborg Cable. All of the supporting cast are clearly having an enormous amount of fun with their parts, large and small.

Yes it is foul-mouthed, yes it is ultra-violent and with some quite inventive (not to mention gross) killing methods, but by heck it is a lot of fun if you 'get it'.
Great stuff, and well worth the wait.
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General Sporting Chat / Re: Cycling - 2
« Last post by Nïckslïkk2112 on Yesterday at 21:37:41 »
After the last time I did Far Lane climb, I told Mrs S to belt with a frying pan if I ever thought of doing it again. She didn't. She said she can't read my thoughts. But, she's always telling me she can tell what I'm thinking...
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Travel & Culture / Re: FEAR OF FLYING
« Last post by Nick on Yesterday at 21:26:20 »
You have to learn to relax and enjoy the flight, for some people it’s a daily/weekly form of travel.
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