Joined: 24 Jan 2006, 21:12 Location: There is no god - and reality is his prophetess
driving drunk... and naked... through a pedestrian area.. on a stolen police motorbike... while violating the zooes masscot.. and using a naziflag as cape.. jumping over the defector... dropping donations... to the drowning.. greedy..
yeah das bruce there are people who read the newspaper. Everything above could have been forgiven.
But for not wearing a helmet.. shame on you.. you better leave town for a while, you risked the brain, which is a important asset to this open source comunity.
well, i watched thor, you guys were spot on with that one
and finally saw four lions; i liked it! i think someone said the best bits were in the trailer... certainly that spoiled most of the slapstick but there were some real gems buried in the dialogue (my dad eats moths)
gf was having trouble with the accents, i think she needed subtitles for the english as well as the urdu... reminded me almost of fubar, but with terrorists instead of canadians
Insted of recommending good movies I'll recommend some Finnish movies: [list=] Rare Exports: A Christmas Tale (2010) Lapland Odyssey (Napapiirin sankarit)(2010) Reindeerspotting (2010) Frozen Land (Paha Maa) (2005) Young gods (2003) Klassikko (2001) I hired two contract cleaners (siivoton juttu)(1997) I hired a contract killer (1990) [/list] First ones are good Xmas movies and all these movies should be worth watching.
I went on a trip/got high by just watching this movie (and being in the right mood when i started watching it): Mr. Nobody it's all psychology. no action, no hate, no 1D love story, not even philosophy or critique on anything (society, politics, capitalizm, ...) and all the details are so well made and put together, both of the storyline and the visual details that push it. sure gonna be one of my favorite of all time.
Joined: 01 Jun 2006, 12:15 Location: Banned user for reason “Do not post pictures of people fucking cars”
Mission Impossible 4 was very gut! It was like two hours of Apple, Dell and BMW ads cleverly hidden in a b l o o d c u r l d i n g action movie that was full of bone shatteirng t e n s i o n, plus 90% of the money goes to scientology. What more could you possibly want, eh?
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