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PostPosted: Tue Dec 23, 2014 10:19 pm 
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Quite black at times and so very funny.

Harold Ramis. So much stuff. :bow: :bow:

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Monty Python's Life of Brian
(1979) Comedy. (M)

And people think there isn't a Flying Spaghetti Monster. :roll: And he has a sense of humour of the highest order to allow this to occur on the eve of one of its personalities birthdays.

Left wing semi communist Govts have a lot going for them if they can invent SBS and make 3 or 4 of them and one of them shows Python on Xmas eve. It's no wonder people with any sense at all love them so. The stations and the governments. :bow:

I'm quite stoned, found the 2 pair of glasses I lost earlier at the pub (much consternation), have drugs left (unexpected but exciting outcome - I couldn't have done Xmas day with the brother and it's family any other way but feared I'd run out prior) and watching Life Of Brian I didn't know about! :yes:

Fsuck this is a funny film. :bow: :bow: :bow:

Happy fsucking Christmas! :biggrin: '

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Tropfest 2014
I always want to love it and find the new messiah but it's always a pack of people without that critical extra 10% no matter how medicore they are which is why you never see or hear of them again. If you are lucky.

Flying Spaghetti Monster love them for pushing it on though. Someone has to.

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Top Gun
(1986) Action. Tom Cruise, Kelly McGillis. (PG)

I still cry when Goose ejects badly.... :cry:

Fantastic film. Saw it new on Da Big Screen, it's natural habitat. Little Tommy Cruise........goes from looking like he did in Risky Business to looking like that in this.

Ask Quentin! :rofl:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzY9a-WmE6o

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9.30pm
Jaws
(1975) Thriller. Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw. (M)

9.30pm
Moonraker
(1979) Action. Roger Moore, Kiel Martin. (PG)

9.30pm
Days That Shook the World
Rule of the Gun New Episode

9.30pm
Australian Story
Set in Stone

10.30pm
Godzilla vs. King Ghidorah
(1991) Sci-Fi. Megumi Odaka, Emi Kodaka. (PG)

10.30pm
SBS World News

Fsuck me roan. :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: :banghead: I need PVR.


But I'm putting a $100, fairly confidentialy, on 'Jaws' taking gold. Though I do like SBS news and will have seen an hour of Jaws.............get the news Peter, in three minutes, ensure there Is no terrorist thingo to need to obsess over tonight and kick back and watch people get eaten by Bruce. :hehe:

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 29, 2014 9:46 pm 
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OR...

turn the TV off and play some music with friends... that's what I'm doing now (not that the TV has been on since last night)... I have a new plaything... http://theswingingrichards.net

beats the TV hands down!

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Your loss......it is 'Jaws'. You know.....'Jaws'. Not yet another of bunch of quasi hippies/hipsters attempting prog rock ya know. :roll:

They look like they'd have grass on them so probably not a totally wasted night. Although you have missed Jaws.

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Jaws?... the bottom of the barrel of entertainment has been reached! Jaws bores! And to think I missed it :rofl: I do remember seeing it at the cinema and even as a 13~14 year old, I thought it was trash.

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Not yet another of bunch of quasi hippies/hipsters attempting prog rock ya know. :roll:
Hippies? Hipsters? I don't think so. "Prog rock"?... that'd more up your street, wouldn't it?

The only thing we're attempting is to have fun... and that we are achieving in spades. The first time these guys came here to use the studio as a practice space, I was blown away... I thought they'd be heavy metal knobs or accadacca fans but no... Mudhoney, Mark Of Cain, Husker Du seemed to be their influence. (Mental note: never judge a guy because he owns a BC Rich Warlock). But only one of them knew any of those bands. It was just they way they worked together that makes the sound. The plan was I would produce/manage them which suited me just fine. The second time they practiced here, I joined them for a bash and had a hoot. The drummer and I burst in to Territorial Pissings (which he knew perfectly) while the other two kicked back for a few minutes. Last night I became Richard IV :rofl:

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MY85 Audi WR quattro - the new rally toy!... SOLD!
MY88 Audi MB quattro - the new road toy
MY99 Subaru Impreza WRX - the daily drive
MY05 Subaru Impreza Hatch - the family car

And previously in the garage, from 1977 to 2013:
1961 XK Falcon Ute * 1964 EH Premier * 1973 LJ GTR XU-1 * 1967 HD Sedan * 1966 Ford Consul * 1967 Ford Cortina * 1968 HK 327 GTS * 1981 Datsun Bluebird * 1974 Datsun 120Y * 1978 KE35 Corolla Coupe * 1970 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1971 Datsun 1600 * 1971 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1968 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1981 Datsun Stanza (rally) * 1974 Honda Civic * 1986 G11 Charade * 1995 G200 Charade * 1998 Impreza STi (rally) * 1994 G201 DeTomaso Charade (rally) * 1997 G203 Charade F2 * 1985 G11 Charade Turbo * 1992 G102 Charade POS * 1992 Hyundai Excel * 1983 Diesel Hilux Dual Cab * 1989 R31 Skyline * PA10 Violet GT (rally) * Datsun 910 Bluebird (rally) * MY92 Subaru Liberty Wagon


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Marc wrote:
Jaws?... the bottom of the barrel of entertainment has been reached! Jaws bores! And to think I missed it :rofl: I do remember seeing it at the cinema and even as a 13~14 year old, I thought it was trash.

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Not yet another of bunch of quasi hippies/hipsters attempting prog rock ya know. :roll:
Hippies? Hipsters? I don't think so. "Prog rock"?... that'd more up your street, wouldn't it?

The only thing we're attempting is to have fun... and that we are achieving in spades. The first time these guys came here to use the studio as a practice space, I was blown away... I thought they'd be heavy metal knobs or accadacca fans but no... Mudhoney, Mark Of Cain, Husker Du seemed to be their influence. (Mental note: never judge a guy because he owns a BC Rich Warlock). But only one of them knew any of those bands. It was just they way they worked together that makes the sound. The plan was I would produce/manage them which suited me just fine. The second time they practiced here, I joined them for a bash and had a hoot. The drummer and I burst in to Territorial Pissings (which he knew perfectly) while the other two kicked back for a few minutes. Last night I became Richard IV :rofl:


Sounds like a fun night - truly. Although you missed Jaws.

Note to self: never listen to Marc on movies (like I do anyway... :hehe: ) He just doesn't get Jaws.

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 Post subject: Re: Tonight
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There are a LOT of great movies from that era... Jaws isn't one of them!

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1961 XK Falcon Ute * 1964 EH Premier * 1973 LJ GTR XU-1 * 1967 HD Sedan * 1966 Ford Consul * 1967 Ford Cortina * 1968 HK 327 GTS * 1981 Datsun Bluebird * 1974 Datsun 120Y * 1978 KE35 Corolla Coupe * 1970 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1971 Datsun 1600 * 1971 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1968 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1981 Datsun Stanza (rally) * 1974 Honda Civic * 1986 G11 Charade * 1995 G200 Charade * 1998 Impreza STi (rally) * 1994 G201 DeTomaso Charade (rally) * 1997 G203 Charade F2 * 1985 G11 Charade Turbo * 1992 G102 Charade POS * 1992 Hyundai Excel * 1983 Diesel Hilux Dual Cab * 1989 R31 Skyline * PA10 Violet GT (rally) * Datsun 910 Bluebird (rally) * MY92 Subaru Liberty Wagon


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Marc wrote:
There are a LOT of great movies from that era... Jaws isn't one of them!


It changed the way mainstream big ticket movies were made and how they were released single handedly virtually overnight, as well as been terrifying and just so well done. Bruce hasn't aged well though! :hehe: Though even then they weren't happy about him but just had no money. Main reason Bruce wasn't seen much - easier to suggest him and play on peoples fears than pay for a fake shark.

Spielberg understood all the subtle pressure points to get people into the seats in droves, in all his films.

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Yes, I understand it sparked a new thing, the "summer blockbuster" as the yanks call it but hey, it was a 'scary movie' directed at teenage boys. Let's not get too romantic about it. If marketing success is it's greatest claim to fame then hell, give Microsoft some awards too! And please remember, Star Wars came along and wiped the floor with it (that that's another awful load of tripe that I have watched no more than twenty minutes of before deciding to, as Peter says, cut my toenails in stead).

Just because it makes a lot of money doesn't mean it's any good ;)

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MY85 Audi WR quattro - the new rally toy!... SOLD!
MY88 Audi MB quattro - the new road toy
MY99 Subaru Impreza WRX - the daily drive
MY05 Subaru Impreza Hatch - the family car

And previously in the garage, from 1977 to 2013:
1961 XK Falcon Ute * 1964 EH Premier * 1973 LJ GTR XU-1 * 1967 HD Sedan * 1966 Ford Consul * 1967 Ford Cortina * 1968 HK 327 GTS * 1981 Datsun Bluebird * 1974 Datsun 120Y * 1978 KE35 Corolla Coupe * 1970 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1971 Datsun 1600 * 1971 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1968 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1981 Datsun Stanza (rally) * 1974 Honda Civic * 1986 G11 Charade * 1995 G200 Charade * 1998 Impreza STi (rally) * 1994 G201 DeTomaso Charade (rally) * 1997 G203 Charade F2 * 1985 G11 Charade Turbo * 1992 G102 Charade POS * 1992 Hyundai Excel * 1983 Diesel Hilux Dual Cab * 1989 R31 Skyline * PA10 Violet GT (rally) * Datsun 910 Bluebird (rally) * MY92 Subaru Liberty Wagon


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Last night I became Richard IV :rofl:

Seriously? You just said that to the board tosser? About now you should be very afraid. :P

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:rofl:

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MY85 Audi WR quattro - the new rally toy!... SOLD!
MY88 Audi MB quattro - the new road toy
MY99 Subaru Impreza WRX - the daily drive
MY05 Subaru Impreza Hatch - the family car

And previously in the garage, from 1977 to 2013:
1961 XK Falcon Ute * 1964 EH Premier * 1973 LJ GTR XU-1 * 1967 HD Sedan * 1966 Ford Consul * 1967 Ford Cortina * 1968 HK 327 GTS * 1981 Datsun Bluebird * 1974 Datsun 120Y * 1978 KE35 Corolla Coupe * 1970 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1971 Datsun 1600 * 1971 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1968 Datsun 1600 (rally) * 1981 Datsun Stanza (rally) * 1974 Honda Civic * 1986 G11 Charade * 1995 G200 Charade * 1998 Impreza STi (rally) * 1994 G201 DeTomaso Charade (rally) * 1997 G203 Charade F2 * 1985 G11 Charade Turbo * 1992 G102 Charade POS * 1992 Hyundai Excel * 1983 Diesel Hilux Dual Cab * 1989 R31 Skyline * PA10 Violet GT (rally) * Datsun 910 Bluebird (rally) * MY92 Subaru Liberty Wagon


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Absolutely no doubt the 70s KILLED for films. I'll go through months trying to find anything - one fsucking film - worth the trouble of seeing in a cinema now and always come up zip. It's been that way for years. I recall when this time of year was a big problem because about seven films were opening that all should be seen and it ws difficult to schedule.

Now we have a fsucking 3rd rate hobbit drama in some pathetic stage drama franchise that has had any blood drained out of it as the hero film that everyone is allegedly excited about :banghead: :banghead: It'll probably do 800 million at screen and well over 1.5 billion with DVD etc.

I'll take Jaws any day.

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Tsunami: Survivors' Stories

This stuff creeps me out. I have a pathological fear of tidal waves and watching it happen, again, knowing what goes on is hard. I'll never forget pulling up at the newsagency to get the paper and milk and the news billboard had on it. 'Tsunami coming' or 'Tsunami wipes poo out' or something similar (memory fails me). Then just rushing home watching it for days unfold on TV. 8O 8O

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Aprox 1230am technically tomorrow;
Local place that sells piss, haven't decided which.
Possible GBH charge or worse when I get sick of the relentless noisy idiots making the juke box (there will probably be some lame band instead :evil: ) impossible to hear and spilling poo on my news papers whilst carrying on with uninteresting and stupid attempts at conversation amongst themselves.

Or the Sydney fireworks, but that isn't really fun on TV, plus I could well score at the pub. Though I'm not showering today (too humid) so that's unlikely and later potentially really embarrassing.

Maybe just get a carton of piss and sit on the beach?

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Countdown: Do Yourself a Favour
Final

Watched the one last night (Peter you N.Y party animal) and it was brilliant. Not sure if this is a repeat, but if you have a passing interest in music and went through the Countdown years it'll make you very warm and fuzzy.

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Man on Wire
(2009) Documentary. (M)

Fantastic doco. I wouldn't watch it you have a fear of heights. :nono: 8O 8O

8.30pm
The Aviator
(2004) Drama. Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett. (M)

Brilliant film. (the way of the future, the way of the future, the way of the future.......)

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Scorsese. :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow: Still doing it after all these years.

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Man on Wire
(2009) Documentary. (M)

Fantastic doco. I wouldn't watch it you have a fear of heights. :nono: 8O 8O

There is a scene in it where he tight wire walks between the Twin Towers and you realise just how high those things were when you see the city waaaay below. The preparation involved is extensive and exhausting. It is scary even if you don't have a fear of heights.

8.30pm
The Aviator
(2004) Drama. Leonardo DiCaprio, Cate Blanchett. (M)

Brilliant film. (the way of the future, the way of the future, the way of the future.......)

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