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Re: General Chat

Postby fleet » Sun, 20Jun28 17:00

PinkVendeta wrote:Anyone watched Harley Quinn the animated Tv series yet?

Very good, not for kids at all, worth a watch.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7658402/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1


I'm watching it, I've seen 23 episodes so far (all except Runaway Bridesmaid)
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Re: General Chat

Postby PinkVendeta » Mon, 20Aug10 08:51

I Am Not speaking From Experience - I Just Have A Vivid Imagination

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Re: General Chat

Postby Joe.Pizza » Mon, 20Oct26 07:42

Came across a charming movie on Amazon Prime called "The Peanut Butter Falcon". The movie follows Zak, a young man with Down Syndrome who runs away from a assisted living home to make his dream of becoming a professional wrestler come true. Along the way he meets Tyler, a small-time outlaw on the run. The two share an adventure where Zak discovers the real world and Tyler unwittingly becomes a mentor to the young man as far as his rough around the edges character enables him. The interaction between is fun to watch.

The writers/directors came up with the premise when they met the lead at a camp for disabled people. They were so intrigued by his desire to be a movie star, they wrote a script based on the young man's hopes and dreams. People like the project so much they agreed to participate in the film without pay and locations forgo permit fees to keep the budget down.

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4364194/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0
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Re: General Chat

Postby Greebo » Sat, 20Nov14 14:57

For Rastifan and all who enjoy Terry Pratchett's Discworld universe: https://twitter.com/MakeYeFretPod/statu ... 51783?s=19
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Re: General Chat

Postby Joe.Pizza » Tue, 20Dec01 05:50

While watching "The Great British Bake-off" on Netflix, comedian host Noel made a silly pun crossing the dessert custard with US Army General Custer's demise at the Battle of Little Bighorn. My wife and I were a little surprised to the reference to US history. Other than the world wars and the signing of the Magna Carta, there's not much taught in US schools about British history.

I guess the question to our British friends is Custer's Last Stand common knowledge in England or was this reference for the US viewer's consumption? Just wondering.
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Re: General Chat

Postby shark » Tue, 20Dec01 08:54

I think American history is much better known in Europe than European history in US And I think it's mostly thanks to movies.
I remember when I was young I got interested in the Little Big Horn battle after watching Arthur Penn's "Little big man"
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Re: General Chat

Postby Rastifan » Tue, 20Dec01 23:09

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Re: General Chat

Postby Joe.Pizza » Thu, 20Dec03 07:59

shark wrote:I think American history is much better known in Europe than European history in US And I think it's mostly thanks to movies.
I remember when I was young I got interested in the Little Big Horn battle after watching Arthur Penn's "Little big man"



That makes sense. Thanks for the insight. Was the movie overdubbed in French? It would be interesting how Dustin Hoffman's voice-over actor would sound like especially since Hoffman has a deep voice for a relatively small guy.
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Re: General Chat

Postby shark » Thu, 20Dec03 09:06

Joe.Pizza wrote: It would be interesting how Dustin Hoffman's voice-over actor would sound like especially since Hoffman has a deep voice for a relatively small guy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fU17Yp9-z1M
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Re: General Chat

Postby Greebo » Fri, 20Dec04 00:34

Rastifan wrote:I Got Showcased [img]images/icones/icon10.gif[/img]

https://skafald.com/sk-magazine-october-2020/

Nice article Rasti -- good stuff!
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