Last Film You Saw

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by FantasyIreland, 23 Mar 2014.

  1. waspish

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    Haha only read the first 3 books and got board of it the film condensed it down to a tee and in my view fast paced story, well kept me entertained from start to finish.
     
  2. dublinblue12

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    cardboard ganster has dropped, seen few people looking for it here
     
  3. willipp

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    Baywatch, I actually enjoyed it and very easy watching. Good to see CJ carrying on the torch, made it worth watching alone.
     
  4. blumoon

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    Fooking gash mate
     
  5. waspish

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    Overdrive 6.7/10 a fast furious rip of
     
  6. EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    The inbetweeners 1+2 10/10 still brilliant.
     
  7. foetus

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    Straight Outta Compton. Finally got around to watching it. Enjoyable, especially if you are a fan of the West Coast rap scene. 8/10
     
  8. foetus

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    Yep. 2 is the better one for me but both hilarious. The waterslide scene in 2 had me crying with laughter the first time I saw it.

    Jay's uncle from the 2nd move lives near me. His character in the movie is pretty similar to him in real life haha.
     
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  9. EL APACHE TEVEZ

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    No way hahaha
     
  10. talkativesprout

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    I was into rap and hip hop from the early eighties then moved to a more soul vibe. I was aware of the stuff and my mate in his XR3i used to be putting on some Cypress Hill fellows whilst "cruising". I was above this crassness however and had embarked on a love of Soul and the bleak melodic tunes of The Style Council.

    The movie made me revisit the music i had brushed off and verily i bought the best of NWA cd and it is on my car playlist.
     

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