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QUOTE (monkeyman @ Mar 7 2011, 07:00 PM) *

28th June - start saving your pennys people!
ipse dixit
Apologies for the work-related postin', but this it is something that you krazy kids will be interested in...

Be a Nazi zombie extra in 'Outpost 2: Black Sun'

Also, if you 'Like' the page, I will be extra happy.
"Drunken Dawf sings Cutie Patootie"
The Original

There are no words to describe HOW WRONG this is.
QUOTE (logger @ Mar 24 2011, 03:39 PM) *

That's ridiculous!
Viggo Mortensen is Zod (question mark)
AMC and Matthew Weiner finally make a deal so that they can keep making Mad Men together

It seems that a lot of the stuff that Weiner was against - cutting two members of the cast per year (which would leave us with, what, Don and Peggy just talking to each other every episode by season 7?) and cutting the running time of the episodes - have been compromised on, which is fine by me if it means that the show can keep going with its chief architect in place. Shame that it won't be until March before new episodes air, but at least there will finally be new episodes.
QUOTE (logger @ Mar 27 2011, 03:40 PM) *

I like the idea of this. But the execution may be flawed.
Snyder has since said that it definitely won't be him.
QUOTE (logger @ Apr 1 2011, 11:32 AM) *
Snyder has since said that it definitely won't be him.

Ach well. I wonder who.
LCD Soundsystem's final ever show at Madison Square Gardens was recorded for Pitchfork and is available on YouTube. All three hours and forty minutes of it. They definitely went out in style.
Why do Amazon all reviews on items that haven't been released yet, and won't be for a number of months?

The Star Wars and Lord of the Rings Blu-Ray releases have several one star reviews each because they are either not the original theatrical versions (Star Wars) or the films are split over two disks (LotR).

F****** trolls.
Wait. Lotr films are split over discs? I mean. Each film is on a separate disc right? And not that each film is spread over 2 discs?
Each film is split over two disks.
I'm no Troll. But that's stupid.
The comments on Amazon aren't quite as well framed as yours, Rua!

I'm guessing that they have a good reason for doing it and - let's face it - the extended version of Return of the King is nearly four hours long, it's quite likely you're going to stop it at some point anyway . . .
Remember that promo trailer for a proposed Mortal Kombat reboot starring Jeri Ryan that did the rounds a while back? It's been made into a web original series.
Dy-na-mite, Dy-na-mite!
QUOTE (Serafina_Pekkala @ Apr 1 2011, 12:42 PM) *
Ach well. I wonder who.

Michael Shannon, which is pretty inspired casting.
Hobbit is 48 frames per second.

QUOTE (maian @ Apr 13 2011, 12:04 PM) *
Michael Shannon, which is pretty inspired casting.

I hope he (BOARDWALK EMPIRE SPOILERS AHEAD!) fucks Lois Lane and then breaks down crying and then maybe drowns a jew.
QUOTE (maian @ Apr 13 2011, 12:04 PM) *
Michael Shannon, which is pretty inspired casting.

Ooo I like it.
Little White Lies are running a competition to guess all 21 Japanese films featured in this picture. I can get ones below, but wondered if anyone else knew what the rest were:

My Neighbour Totoro
Spirited Away
Perfect Blue
Tokyo Story (Possibly Late Spring, but I'm pretty sure it's an Ozu)
Battle Royale
Seven Samurai
Princess Mononoke
Ghost In The Shell
I think Tampopo is there as well, but it's been a while since I last saw it, so I can't be sure.
The bloke next to Chigusa looks like Mifune in Sanjuro.
QUOTE (Serafina_Pekkala @ Apr 13 2011, 05:19 PM) *
The bloke next to Chigusa looks like Mifune in Sanjuro.

It was Yojimbo, according to the complete list:

Rashomon 1950
Tokyo Story 1953

Seven Samurai 1954

Ikiru 1952

The Burmese Harp 1956
Yojimbo 1961
Astro Boy 1963
Lone Wolf & Cub 1972
House 1977
My Neighbour Totoro 1988
Ghost in the Shell 1995
Ringu 1998
Audition 1999
Perfect Blue 1998
Akira 1998
Battle Royale 2000
Spirited Away 2001
Nobody Knows 2004
Zatoichi 2003

Sakuran 2006
Princess Mononoke 1997

Once again, I am reminded that I need to check out Lone Wolf & Cub.
QUOTE (maian @ Apr 13 2011, 07:17 PM) *
It was Yojimbo, according to the complete list:

That's probably because it is the same character/actor.
QUOTE (maian @ Apr 13 2011, 07:17 PM) *
It was Yojimbo, according to the complete list

Once again, I am reminded that I need to check out Lone Wolf & Cub.

I have the box set and love it. Though I can see why a lot of people dismiss it as a waste of time. I have the entire manga collection as well and that's even better. Really should give that a read again at some point.
The 50 greatest westerns? That'll be the day.
QUOTE (logger @ Apr 14 2011, 01:05 PM) *
The 50 greatest westerns? That'll be the day.

McCabe and Mrs Miller is hugely overated. It hasn't dated very well (lots of cheesy 70s songs), Altman talky nonsense and is awful dreary in parts. Some interesting choices like Ulzana's Raid (which my dad loves). Unforgiven and the Wild Bunch should be in the top 10.

Also - no True Grit (Coen's version)? It's fucking superb.
I really, really like McCabe and Mrs Miller, but there's no way that it deserves to be Number 1. (And Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid needs to be way, way down.) Apart from the order, that list has lots of really interesting choices.
The dignified midget nods, solemn despite his clown make up and tiny policeman suit.

If I never read a sentence greater than this, I shall die a happy man.
That is an immensely funny review.
Repetitive or not, I could watch Christoph Waltz chew scenery and play the Ike Turner charming sociopath all damn day. Christoph’s sorry, baby, he only beat that elephant’s ass so bad ’cause he loves you so much. Sometimes he just gets so scared.

The point is, there is gratuitous elephant porn. Personally, I could watch elephants squirt liquid and pick things up with their trunks all day (no homo?). Curiously, the elephant never seems to drink water, as you might guess from the title, only whiskey and lemonade. Other times, Rosie the elephant breaks loose and runs through the town until they find her eating cabbage from an Italian stereotype’s fruit stand. “EH, WHAT’S A MATTA FOR YOU! WHO-A GONNA PAY-A FOR-A GUISEPPE’S A-CABBAGE? MAMA, SHE NO MAKE-A THE PIZZA PIE WITHOUT-A THE FRESH A-CABBAGE!” And then everyone laughs and feeds the elephant more whiskey, because everyone loves a mischievous elephant and who cares about that dumb old wop’s fruit anyway? Seriously, if someone made a movie called “ANIMALS STEAL FRUIT FROM ANGRY ITALIAN IMMIGRANTS”, I would watch it for 10 straight hours.


I should read Filmdrunk more.
BAFTA TV Awards Nominations

Leading Actor
Jim Broadbent - Any Human Heart (Channel 4)
Benedict Cumberbatch - Sherlock (BBC One)
Daniel Rigby - Eric and Ernie (BBC Two)
Matt Smith - Doctor Who (BBC One)

Leading Actress
Anna Maxwell Martin - South Riding (BBC One)
Vicky McClure - This Is England '86 (Channel 4)
Natalie Press - Five Daughters (BBC One)
Juliet Stevenson - Accused (BBC One)

Supporting Actor
Brendan Coyle - Downton Abbey (ITV1)
Martin Freeman - Sherlock (BBC One)
Johnny Harris - This Is England '86 (Channel 4)
Robert Sheehan - Misfits (E4)

Supporting Actress
Gillian Anderson - Any Human Heart (Channel 4)
Lynda Baron - The Road To Coronation Street (BBC Four)
Lauren Socha - Misfits (E4)
Jessie Wallace - The Road To Coronation Street (BBC Four)

Entertainment Performance
Rob Brydon - The Rob Brydon Show (BBC Two)
Stephen Fry - QI (BBC One)
Harry Hill - Harry Hill's TV Burp (ITV1)
Graham Norton - The Graham Norton Show (BBC One)

Female Performance In A Comedy Programme
Jo Brand - Getting On (BBC Four)
Dawn French - Roger and Val Have Just Got In (BBC Two)
Miranda Hart - Miranda (BBC Two)
Katherine Parkinson - The IT Crowd (Channel 4)

Male Performance In A Comedy Programme
James Buckley - The Inbetweeners (E4)
Steve Coogan - The Trip (BBC Two)
Tom Hollander - Rev. (BBC Two)
David Mitchell - Peep Show (Channel 4)

Single Drama
Eric and Ernie (BBC Two)
I Am Slave (Channel 4)
The Road to Coronation Street (BBC Four)
The Special Relationship (BBC Two)

Drama Series
Being Human (BBC Three)
Downton Abbey (ITV1)
Misfits (E4)
Sherlock (BBC One)

Drama Serial
Any Human Heart (Channel 4)
Mad Dogs (Sky1)
The Sinking of the Laconia (BBC Two)
The Promise (Channel 4)

Continuing Drama
Casualty (BBC One)
Coronation Street (ITV1)
EastEnders (BBC One)
Waterloo Road (BBC One)

Boardwalk Empire (Sky Atlantic/HBO)
Glee (E4/Twentieth Century Fox)
The Killing (BBC Four/DR/ZDF Enterprises)
Mad Men (BBC Four/Lionsgate Television)

Factual Series
Coppers (Channel 4)
One Born Every Minute (Channel 4)
Welcome To Lagos (BBC Two)
The Young Ones (BBC One)

Specialist Factual
Alan Bennett and the Habit of Art (The Making Of) (More4)
Flying Monsters 3D (Sky3D)
Human Planet (BBC One)
Pompeii: Life and Death in a Roman Town (BBC Two)

Single Documentary
Between Life and Death (BBC One)
The Dancing Boys of Afghanistan (More4)
Pink Saris (More4)
Scenes From A Teenage Killing (BBC Four)

Come Dine With Me (Channel 4)
Hugh's Fish Fight (Channel 4)
Mary Queen of Shops (BBC Two)
Pineapple Dance Studios (Sky1)

Current Affairs
Kids In Care (Panorama) (BBC One)
Lost Girls of South Africa (Dispatches) (Channel 4)
Secret Iraq (BBC Two)
Zimbabwe's Forgotten Children (BBC Four)

News Coverage
BBC One Ten O'Clock News: Handover of Power (BBC One/BBC News 24)
Channel 4 News: From Chile's Ecstasy to Congo's Agony (Channel 4)
ITV News At Ten: The Cumbria Murders (ITV1)
Sky News: Egypt Crisis (Sky News)

6 Nations: England v Wales (BBC One)
FA Cup Final: Chelsea v Portsmouth (ITV1)
Formula 1: The Abu Dhabi Grand Prix (BBC One)
Wimbledon 2010 (BBC One)

New Media
LabUK/Brain Test Britain
Malcolm Tucker: The Missing Phone
Wallace and Gromit's World of Invention

Entertainment Programme
The Cube (ITV1)
The Graham Norton Show (BBC One)
Have I Got News For You (BBC One)
The X Factor (ITV1)

Comedy Programme
Catherine Tate's Little Cracker (Sky1)
Come Fly With Me (BBC One)
Facejacker (E4)
Harry and Paul (BBC Two)

Situation Comedy
Mrs Brown's Boys (BBC One)
Peep Show (Channel 4)
Rev. (BBC Two)
The Trip (BBC Two)

For me Female Performance In A Comedy Programme is by far the most difficult to choose a fave from.

Situation Comedy - Mrs Brown's Boys (BBC One)! Yet no nom for Miranda. A travesty
It'd be Dawn French for me. Alfred Molina had some of the bigger moments in Roger & Val but she was great in the quieter ones.
Mrs Browns Boys is rubbs. Sherlock is acers.

I hope Gillian wins. But i would.
Check out this vid from friend of ipse & jessop, nessybear:
QUOTE (Sostie @ Apr 26 2011, 10:48 AM) *
For me Female Performance In A Comedy Programme is by far the most difficult to choose a fave from.

It's not a given, but I would expect Miranda Hart to get it, given that she's cleaned up at practically every other comedy award this year.

Yet no nom for Miranda. A travesty

That suprised me too (see above).
QUOTE (Jessopjessopjessop @ Apr 29 2011, 10:09 AM) *
Check out this vid from friend of ipse & jessop, nessybear:

The link isn't working.

Edit: It worked when I copied and pasted it.

Haha, it's very funny.
QUOTE (sweetbutinsane @ Apr 29 2011, 07:12 PM) *
The link isn't working.

Edit: It worked when I copied and pasted it.

Haha, it's very funny.

^ Link fixed.
Many many covers of Lolita
Vintage Safe Sex posters

QUOTE (PrincessKate @ May 5 2011, 09:35 PM) *

'Condoman - Don't be shame, be game!' Wise words indeed.
Condoman because I don't know where you've been you dirty bitch.
The National Movie Awards were on for two hours, did they really only give out nine awards? (and one of them was for films that haven't even been released yet!).
Just brilliant!

Original ending to Election So glad they changed it.
Glee leaving E4/C4 - out bid by a stupidly high Sky offer.

Whilst I don't watch the show, I lament the loss of another popular program from terrestrial TV (Glee following in the wake of 24 and Lost) when so few get shown there now in the first place.
Is it wrong that I'm kind of happy about that purely because it means I don't have to put up with the adverts any more? laugh.gif
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