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Star Wars: Episdode III

Discussion in 'Saxon' started by valanx, May 16, 2005.

  1. valanx

    valanx Room of Angel

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    I thought sin city was out ages ago, i guess thats piracy for you!

    Anyway yeah i have a feeling i better try and sober up before something happens...
     
  2. Cindi

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    M-a-a-a-a-n I promised Arkitex that I wouldn't see Sith until I am in England. My friends keep begging me to go with them, but I want to see it with my honey first. Only 26 more days.
    Nightwar--I suppose I can get past the hairdon't as I do also like Tim Burton films--I love his second film, Beetlejuice
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  3. princess_of_the_night2112

    princess_of_the_night2112 Goddess of Metal

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    Yip Nighrwar Sin City looks totally tremendous, think it's out here next week, so will definitely be at the first showing. Lots of good films coming out over the next few weeks, War of the Worlds look really brill as well, and I quite fancy the look of the new Batman, although I'm not usually into the Batman movies, they're ok, but this new one looks far superior. Mr and Mrs Smith looks really good as well, Brad Pitt (yum yum) and Angelina, think that looks good fun and a really good movie. Not sure about House of Wax, quite fancied it until I realised Paris is in it, I'll read a few reviews before I go see that one.
    I think Everything's Gone Pete Tong looks a right good laugh, so might check that one out.

    Seeing The Sith again today at lunchtime, following by bar lunch and a few drinkies - NICE!
     
  4. nightwar

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    Cindi - Yeah, Beetlejuice is a wonderful film, isn't it! It was Keaton's and Ryder's finest hour!
    Don't worry about the hair - like most of Mr Depp's work, it takes a while to grow on you, but when it does you realise what a great actor he is.
    The only Tom Burton film I have reservations about is 'Planet Of The Apes' - all his other stuff has been fantastic!

    Your Royal Highness - I hope you enjoyed your lunchtime exploits!

    Yeah - the Batman movie does look decent. Thank God they got rid of that Shumacher bloke and decided to forget his films (Batman & Robin was probably the worst film I've spent money on!!!).
    The director is quality and so is the cast - I have a feeling that this movie is going to have a little more respect for its audience.
     
  5. princess_of_the_night2112

    princess_of_the_night2112 Goddess of Metal

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    Yes thanks Nightwar had a great time yesterday. I thought Sith was brill first time around but it's even better seeing it the second time. Saw different trailers this time, one for The Island looks really good with Ewan McGregor in it (yummy) and also another one called Stealth looks pretty good. That House of Wax is actually out here just now so I took a wee peak at it for about 5 mins after I watched the Sith and it looks quite good, so I think I'll see that during the week.
     
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    valanx Room of Angel

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    Yeah some decent gore in it !! was Great to see that bitch Paris Hilton impaled through the head !
     
  7. LoboUivante

    LoboUivante my tummy hurts

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    disclarimera, i dunk
     
  8. LoboUivante

    LoboUivante my tummy hurts

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    paris hilton \m/ tjat freaking bithfs
     
  9. LoboUivante

    LoboUivante my tummy hurts

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    i wish that i could do drugs
     
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    valanx Room of Angel

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    Going by them posts you seem to be doing quite well without drugs my friend! But hey what would i know ive only had 8 cans of fosters so far...
     
  11. LoboUivante

    LoboUivante my tummy hurts

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    yeah!!! alchoool freakin rues!!! no for drugs is my recomendedmtrsmamsdfmasdmas
     
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    valanx Room of Angel

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    Yeah mate.... well said !!!

    Cant beat a few cold ones!!!
     
  13. princess_of_the_night2112

    princess_of_the_night2112 Goddess of Metal

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    Hahahahaha, nearly choked on my coffee there Valanx when I read your post. Brilliant stuff, really looking forward to seeing her getting impaled now.
     
  14. LoboUivante

    LoboUivante my tummy hurts

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    my replies on the day after just seem awkward :)
     
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    Lobo -
    Awkward? Yes!
    Very Funny? Yes!

    All I can say is, can me and Valanx have some of that stuff, too?
    I mean! Bloody Hell, Mate! You were gone!
    Maybe it was the thought of a Paris Hilton exectution that gave you a natural high?

    BTW - thanks for the House Of Wax info, Valanx.
    I was going to pass on this movie (I'm fed up of Hollwood attempting mainstream horror, you know?) but this has given me the incentive to get my ass down to the cinema!

    Now... if only it were real life....

    Poor little Paris...
     
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    Nightwar-Planet of the Apes was not really like his style ... I guess that I also didn't like that the classic was remade. I saw the original when I was about 7---I think that I discovered that boys weren't so bad when I saw Charlton Heston in scant clothing.
    Princess--I have not seen the trailer for The Island ... is that a remake? I think Ewan McGregor is a cutie, too. Did you see him in Little Voice (a not so popular movie)? I loved that movie but had a hard time understanding his accent at times.

    Still waiting to see Sith .... 23 days 8 hours and 6 minutes until I am getting on the plane.
     
  17. nightwar

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    I agree, Cindi - I mean, remaking 'Planet'? What was the point? But that aside, I think Tim Burton is a brilliant film maker.
    about Ewan McGregor - well, I was very familiar with his work before he became a star, so it always seems weird that he is a bit of a 'Pin-Up', you know? He is a great actor and think his finest hour is 'Trainspotting'. But, you may need a translator for him on that one!! 'Little Voice' was a nice movie - very underated. It was a pity that it fell under the shadow of the distinctly average 'Full Monty'!! But its leading actress was Jane Horrocks - I kind of like her, you know?
     
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    valanx Room of Angel

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    Lmao!

    I know the feeling......like "Did i really post that!!!!" lol
     
  19. princess_of_the_night2112

    princess_of_the_night2112 Goddess of Metal

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    I'm not sure Cindi if The Island is a remake or not, the first I'd heard of it was the other day when I saw the trailers at the movie. It looks brill and you're right Ewan is a total hunk. He's absolutely adorable. I've seen him in quite a few movies but haven't seen Little Voice. He was amazing in Trainspotting but he didn't look so hot in that one as he was playing part of a drug addict, he only looked about 6 stone and had shaved head, still looked ok right enough. You would definitely need subtitles to understand any of them in Trainspotting but Ewan's accent rocks and it's worth seeing if you haven't already. Did you see him in one called Shallow Grave, that was another great movie, think that was out a few years back and he looks gorgeous in that one. Yes I think Ewan's one of my fav actors at the moment.
     
  20. Cindi

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    I looked it up ... I don't think that it is a remake ... I must have been thinking of The Island of Dr. Moreau.

    :wave: Princess--I have not seen Shallow Grave or Trainspotting, but if they are out on DVD I will have plenty of time to see them after I move as I don't think that I will be employed immediately. You should try to see Little Voice ... I actually also like Michael Caine in that movie as well.
    I am looking forward to seeing Ewan McGregor in Star Wars III ... 22 more days!
    By the way ... are you going to see Saxon anytime soon? Arkitex is taking me to see them for the first time in October in Bradford. :Spin:
     

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