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  1. Luke

    Tennis

    Fucking yes, Sabine! She seems to be the loveliest person in tennis. Plus, pocketed me a £50 win off a 5 bet there, too!
  2. Yep, I'm pretty much in the same boat. I thought it was frigging awesome. Well, I'd not really say I was ever Star Trek fan, but my brother was, so we had to watch it all the time, and so I know the characters and stories pretty well. I thought I'd come in here to find a big love in of the film. How wrong I was. I don't remember noticing any plot holes at the time, the only thing a didn't quite like was just how obvious it was what was going to happen with Kirk. But yeah, I thought it was awesome. Felt quite exhausted afterwards.
  3. I'd always avoided Ryan Gosling films, because his face looks so silly, it has a kind of Nicholas Cage "why would you put a face like that in a movie?" quality to it. I then watched Drive, as everyone was like "watch Drive!", so I did, and it was one of the best films I've ever seen. More recently I watched Lars and the Real Girl, and it was one of the best films I've ever seen. This trailer looks amazing.
  4. Luke

    Rectify

    Update: Finished watching this last night. Fucking brilliant. Watch it! Also, that scene in the final episode.
  5. Luke

    Rectify

    I bought this on iTunes, and have watched the first two episodes. It's good stuff so far. Shame there's only six episodes though, I'm really on the lookout for a new series to get my teeth into.
  6. I was very confused seeing Zombieland on IMDB and thinking "Is't there already a film called that?" and then "and with an identical sounding plot?". Then I noticed it was a TV series, based on the film.
  7. I loved that TV series.
  8. I see "Tracking Down Maggie: The Unofficial Biography of Margaret Thatcher" has been added to MUBI. Any good?
  9. So, someone posted a Brassed Off clip in the "Thatcher's Dead" thread, and it got me wondering which other films would make up a good film night in memory of Thatcher. Full Monty has also been mentioned. Is Iron Lady worth watching? This is then the point that I realise my film knowledge is not up to the encyclopaedic levels of other forumites. So, what else would be good to add to the list? Are there any films about the Falklands war?
  10. Arrrggghhhh!!! I can't believe we have to wait until fucking July for the second half of season 5!
  11. I think my main problem with short stories is that I struggle to get started at anything (not just books, pretty much anything). With a book of short stories I'll probably read the first one or two, but then lose interest, as I'll need the motivation to start another, but just won't have it. Ideally I'd like one big story that just keeps going forever (which is probably why I like comics, as though there are story arcs, each edition tends to lead into the next, even at the end of an arc, so it's like a continuation, rather than having to start again). Doesn't matter how great the short story
  12. I think it's a partly because they tend to lack depth, but mainly because they're always over just as I get into them, and then I need to get into the next one, and just as I do, that one is over, and so on. I just end up getting more frustration than enjoyment out of them.
  13. Thanks for the suggestions. I'll see what I can get on Kindle. I'm going to pass on the short stories though, as I have a pathological hatred of short stories.
  14. Wasn't sure whether to start a whole new thread, or tag on to the end of this one, chose the latter. (3rd option would have been to read through this whole thread, which I couldn't be bothered to do, sorry) I don't think I've ever read any science fiction books. Well not as an adult. Well, I suppose 'Never Let Me Go' is technically science fiction, but that's about as far as I've gone. I kind of always claim that I don't like Science Fiction, but I actually do, I really love good science fiction. Some of my most favourite films of recent years fall into the Sci-Fi genre: Moon, Source Code,
  15. I find it weird how they classify them as "people as disabled as she is". It's strange when you have someone with two arms compete against someone with one and a half, or someone with dwarfism competing against someone with only one arm and someone who, well, I don't actually know what's wrong with some of them. Whilst I know it's the record for "people as disabled as she is", everyone else in the race was using their arm(s), it's just amazing.
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