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  • nickthegun 9 Jan 2013 11:38:21 60,135 posts
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    Yeah. The fundamental problem with narnia is that its just not relevant anymore.

    The kids appear annoying and stupid and jesus lion doesnt appear in a great light either.

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  • CosmicFuzz 9 Jan 2013 11:39:04 24,562 posts
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    Nah it was the film (psych). Was really good, not seen it before and thoroughly enjoyed it. Cruise and Nicholson were great as always. Big fan of Sorkin and had high hopes which were met. Plus I love legal dramas.

    Everyone knows Jack Thompson - but how did he become the game-blaming activist he is today? Read Part One of my new mini-series!

  • MetalDog 9 Jan 2013 11:39:26 23,697 posts
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    Deckard's constant 'gay!' spoutings, queries about vaginas as if they were a totally alien concept and his powder puff dogs are all rather suspect. I have a mental picture of him as the pirate captain from Stardust.

    -- boobs do nothing for me, I want moustaches and chest hair.

  • Deckard1 9 Jan 2013 11:40:54 28,244 posts
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    I'm not going to get into a Narnia argument with you kal, but I'm sorry Narnia is a little gay.

    And a penis in the mouth is GROSSLY overrated.
  • LeoliansBro 9 Jan 2013 11:42:01 44,415 posts
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    Yeah it was the dogs that convinced me.

    LB, you really are a massive geek.

  • Deckard1 9 Jan 2013 11:45:03 28,244 posts
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    I'm comfortable with my sexuality.
  • MightyMetalMonkey 9 Jan 2013 11:48:28 600 posts
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    CosmicFuzz wrote:
    Watched a few good men over the weekend.

    Didn't see any movies though.
    Have you met Deckard1 ?
  • CosmicFuzz 9 Jan 2013 11:54:13 24,562 posts
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    /runs hand up Deckard's thigh

    Everyone knows Jack Thompson - but how did he become the game-blaming activist he is today? Read Part One of my new mini-series!

  • CosmicFuzz 9 Jan 2013 11:54:25 24,562 posts
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    DeckHARD

    Everyone knows Jack Thompson - but how did he become the game-blaming activist he is today? Read Part One of my new mini-series!

  • kalel 9 Jan 2013 11:58:32 87,910 posts
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    Kids still love the Narnia books and I'm sure the relevance of those characters can't have changed that much from when I was a kid. I don't even think the Christian symbolism is an issue as most kids don't notice it.

    Bad acting, wonky CGI and a cheap looking film were the main issue with the Narnia films from what I saw.
  • Deckard1 9 Jan 2013 12:00:55 28,244 posts
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    gay
  • nickthegun 9 Jan 2013 12:03:14 60,135 posts
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    Brave of you to take a picture of your back tattoo, deckard.

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  • kalel 9 Jan 2013 12:06:57 87,910 posts
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    His actual back tatt.
  • Deckard1 9 Jan 2013 12:11:17 28,244 posts
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    I have a nice arse there. I knew those squats would pay off.
  • Blaketown 9 Jan 2013 13:11:51 4,667 posts
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    kalel wrote:
    Kids still love the Narnia books and I'm sure the relevance of those characters can't have changed that much from when I was a kid. I don't even think the Christian symbolism is an issue as most kids don't notice it.
    My 11 year old asked me to get the audio-book for him this morning so there must still be some relevance.

    Edited by Blaketown at 13:12:16 09-01-2013

    Brap, brap, old chap.

  • RedSparrows 9 Jan 2013 13:35:07 22,884 posts
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    Narnia is still very exciting for a kid, I'd imagine. I thoroughly enjoyed them only, what, 15-20 years ago.

    Horse & His Boy is the best.
  • beastmaster 9 Jan 2013 14:52:13 11,448 posts
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    Silver Linings Playbook - A massively unexpected 9.5/10 or possibly 10/10

    A film that's so good, it's going into my top 3 films of the year (2012). It deserves to be that high up as well as it really is exceptional in lots of different ways.

    Ok, it came out in 2012 but I've only just seen it, so it's still allowed. Anyhow, it's my top 10 and I can do what I damn well please ;-)

    The plot is about a former teacher who has a stint in a mental institution. He moves back into his parents house. He then plans to get back with his ex-wife but ends up meeting a woman who ends up complicating things somewhat.

    I've been wanting to see this film for ages and it didn't disappoint at all. It's far removed from your standard rom-com and it's definitely a drama. The film plays it realistic and whilst I wouldn't go as far to say that it's dark in tone, the way it's shot cinematically it doesn't have that rom-com primary colours, soft focus, 'safe' feel to it.

    The acting is superb. Wouldn't surprise me at all if Jennifer Lawrence bagged the Oscar for best actress. Bradley Coopers in with a shout as well for best actor. Support come from Robert De Niro and lots of other people you may recognise. The big surprise is Chris Tucker. Yes, he of The Fifth Element and the Rush hour films. His performance in this is very, very soft and subtle and also incredible funny. Who would have ever guessed?

    What this film does have is a lot of laughs. Chris Tucker aside, everyone has a fair crack at the one liners. There's plenty of situational comedy as well which lightens up the tone a lot.

    The film is a genuinely heartfelt, warm, funny drama that doesn't skimp on showing the dark side of human nature when it has to. The characters are well drawn out and you're really rooting for them, especially when things go wrong. It's also very, very romantic. Ahhh!

    More drama than rom-com, it's one of those films that if a guy gets dragged into kicking and screaming, it's a pretty safe bet he'll enjoy it to. Superb on every level.

    The Resident Evil films. I'm one of the reasons they keep making them.

  • MightyMetalMonkey 9 Jan 2013 15:16:48 600 posts
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    Deckard1 wrote:


    gay
    No, Savillicious!

    [Just look at the expression on the lions face...]
  • Deleted user 9 January 2013 19:19:31
    The Bow (2005) 7/10

    The Bow is the seventh Kim Ki-duk film Iíve seen (the other six being Arirang, Bad Guy, Crocodile, The Isle, Samaritan Girl, Spring Summer Autumn Winter and Spring). It has to be said, Kim Ki-Duk films are original, spiritual. Have to admit, i learnt an awful lot more about The Bow by reading the comments on IMDb than I managed to learn simply by watching the film. On the face of it, the story seems straightforward enough, Man and girl live on boat, and they agree to marry once she hits Seventeen. Through him she has lead a simple life, almost Buddha like, and not infected by television, mobile phones, computers etc. Visitors come and go from the boat, and the inevitable happens, the girl falls for someone else throwing the who plan (marriage) into Chaos.

    If I were to compare The Bow to the other Kim Ki-duk filmís I have seen, The Bow would be nearer the bottom of the list, as the story did not interest me as much as say Crocodile, or The Isle both of which are my favourite Kim Ki-duk filmís.

    I have the DVD 3 Iron sitting here, I wonder how this will compare to the others I have seen so far.

    Edited by blacksea at 19:19:52 09-01-2013
  • Deleted user 9 January 2013 19:34:59
    Razzies 2013 nominees:

    Worst Picture

    Battleship
    The Oogieloves in Big Balloon Adventure
    That's My Boy
    A Thousand Words
    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II

    Worst Director

    Sean Anders - That's My Boy
    Peter Berg - Battleship
    Bill Condon - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
    Tyler Perry - Good Deeds / Madea's Witness Protection
    John Putch - Atlas Shrugged: Part II

    Worst Actress

    Katherine Heigl - One for the Money
    Milla Jovovich - Resident Evil: Retribution
    Tyler Perry - Madea's Witness Protection
    Kristen Stewart - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II / Snow White and the Huntsman
    Barbra Streisand - The Guilt Trip

    Worst Actor

    Nicolas Cage - Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance / Seeking Justice
    Eddie Murphy - A Thousand Words
    Robert Pattinson - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
    Tyler Perry - Alex Cross / Good Deeds
    Adam Sandler - That's My Boy

    Worst Supporting Actress

    Jessica Biel - Playing For Keeps / Total Recall
    Brooklyn Decker - Battleship / What to Expect When You're Expecting
    Ashley Greene - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
    Jennifer Lopez - What to Expect When You're Expecting
    Rihanna - Battleship

    Worst Supporting Actor

    David Hasselhoff - Pirannha 3-DD
    Taylor Lautner - The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
    Liam Neeson - Battleship / Wrath of the Titans
    Nick Swardson - That's My Boy
    Vanilla Ice - That's My Boy

    Worst Screen Ensemble

    Battleship
    The Oogieloves in Big Balloon Adventure
    That's My Boy
    The Twilight Saga: Eclipsed Part II
    Madea's Witness Protection

    Worst Screenplay

    Atlas Shrugged Part II
    Battleship
    That's My Boy
    A Thousand Words
    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II

    Worst Remake, Rip-Off, or Sequel

    Ghost Rider 2: Spirit of Vengeance
    Pirannha 3-DD
    Red Dawn
    The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
    Madea's Witness Protection

    Worst Screen Couple

    Any two cast members from Jersey Shore in The Three Stooges
    Mackenzie Foy and Taylor Lautner in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
    Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II
    Tyler Perry and his drag in Madea's Witness Protection
    Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg, Leighton Meester, or Susan Sarandon in That's My Boy



    Genuinely surprised there isn't a mention of John Carter in there anywhere.
  • Kostabi 9 Jan 2013 19:44:49 4,932 posts
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    I didn't even know Eddie Murphy had been in a film last year. I'm also really glad that Tyler Petty films don't seem to find their way across the pond.
  • dominalien 9 Jan 2013 19:49:46 6,968 posts
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    Kristen Stewart should win all of these.

    And I agree about Narnia. I would never have seen the Christian elements if they hadn't been pointed out to me. And really, one must really be paranoid to see Jesus in a lion faking his death.

    PSN: DonOsito

  • oldschoolsoviet 9 Jan 2013 19:56:37 5,484 posts
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    @blacksea

    3 Iron is superb.
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    Kostabi wrote:
    I didn't even know Eddie Murphy had been in a film last year.
    I think it was made in 2008 or something, but it was shelved for so long for being utterly terrible eventually they just went "fuck it, might as well put it out".

    I'm also really glad that Tyler Petty films don't seem to find their way across the pond.
    It's doubly depressing that he's (apparently) the highest paid male in the entertainment industry.
  • Trowel 9 Jan 2013 20:04:13 17,796 posts
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    As much as I actually enjoyed the film, I'm surprised there's no Razzies nomination for Arsene Wenger in Prometheus.
  • Deleted user 9 January 2013 20:16:41
    oldschoolsoviet wrote:
    @blacksea

    3 Iron is superb.
    I hope so. I'll check it out tonight or on Thursday.
  • craigy Staff 9 Jan 2013 20:26:51 7,689 posts
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    Sorry for the thread hijack, but I thought a few of you guys may be interested in watching a short film I just finished.

    It's an eight-minute mockumentary called Interview with a Ghost, and stars Eurogamer's very own Martin Taylor in the lead role.

    You can watch it here:
    http://www.craigmunro.net/?film=interview-with-a-ghost

    I'd give it an 8/10, natch.
  • chopsen 9 Jan 2013 20:28:08 16,087 posts
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    Is Pirannha 3-DD actually just shit, or just really bad but with tits and gore and some laughs to make up the balance?
  • nickthegun 9 Jan 2013 20:45:17 60,135 posts
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    meme wrote:
    Genuinely surprised there isn't a mention of John Carter in there anywhere.
    Its not razzie bad. Certainly, with battleship, the right taylor kitsch film is in there. That one really is a massive bag of bullshit.

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