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What are you watching?
Gauda Cheese
The Michness and I are watching Escape From New York.

I love it, she's never seen it and we both love Kurt Russell.
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rojkerr1
Great film.- I thought you were dead...., Escape from LA not as good, but fun
 
Klenotka
Devil wears Prada...it seems as a normal (almost) romantic movie but if you ever worked as an assistant, you will understand and some of the scenes in the movie were very uncomfortable for me ("You write from the office at 2:00 A.M!"Wink
Donīt be Lasagne
 
Travisina
Klenotka wrote:

Devil wears Prada...it seems as a normal (almost) romantic movie but if you ever worked as an assistant, you will understand and some of the scenes in the movie were very uncomfortable for me ("You write from the office at 2:00 A.M!"Wink

It was quite a fun movie, but I enjoyed the book more - it was harder, sharper, bitchier, darker - and based on the writer's own experience as assistant on Vogue.
When I read it for the first time, I was working on a TV production with a ludicrous deadline. The director & I had to work not quite round the clock, but we were doing 12-hour days, 7 days a week. I'd get back to my digs at about 10.00pm and read a chapter or two of 'Devil' before falling asleep and doing it all again the next day. And the next. I could so relate to the stress and exhaustion that Andy was going through!
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Klenotka
I didnīt read the book (I want to read it, though) but I remember my previous job...I also quit. I was unemployed for almost 7 months after that but I donīt regret it. I have only one health and it was not worth it.
Of course, it depends on the kind of job you do and who are the people around you.
When we were starting a new SAP system at work last year, we took our files home, I arrived at nine oīclock in the evening, worked, went to sleep, and it continued the next day but I have a great boss and a great team of people around me, which "made" it worth it Smile
Donīt be Lasagne
 
Gauda Cheese
Mich and I just finished Misery and we enjoyed it a lot. Bates is incredible.
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purplecleric
Gauda Cheese wrote:

Mich and I just finished Misery and we enjoyed it a lot. Bates is incredible.


Kathy Bates is a great actress and I'm not surprised she won an Oscar for Misery - it's an amazing performance.
 
sweevo
The Metal Gear Solid cutscene films (movies consisting of cutscenes from video games edited together into a single narrative)... and, boy, did Hideo Kojima lose the plot after the first one (except for Snake Eater, the prequel set in 1964).
 
BradPaula
Watched 'The Man Who Never Was' a UK WWII drama from 1956 starring Clifton Webb. It's about the real life plan to plant a dead body with secret information off the coast of Spain in order to re-direct the Nazi's as to the Allied Invasion of Sicily. It was loosely based on the actual plan but the highlight was seeing the young, dashing RAF pilot, played by William Russell (Ian from Doctor Who).

Then, we watched "It Came From Beneath the Sea" about a giant, mutant octopus which destroys the Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco. A Ray Harryhausen creation. Fun genre film.
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rojkerr1
going through my itc stuff, have some odd episodes on bluray, they look amazing! The Champions, Department S Randall and Hopkirk, the 35mm stuff stands up really well, such a shame the film stock for Jason King not as high quality?
 
Gauda Cheese
Anyone else see the Person of Interest season finale? It was very B7
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dragonq
BradPaula wrote:

Watched 'The Man Who Never Was' a UK WWII drama from 1956 starring Clifton Webb. It's about the real life plan to plant a dead body with secret information off the coast of Spain in order to re-direct the Nazi's as to the Allied Invasion of Sicily. It was loosely based on the actual plan but the highlight was seeing the young, dashing RAF pilot, played by William Russell (Ian from Doctor Who).


There's a non fiction book about this incident called Operation Mincemeat, by Ben Macintyre. Also, a novel, which I think may have formed the basis for the film, called Operation Heartbreak by Duff Cooper (it was republished by Persephone Books a few years back and I have a copy). It's a rather sad book.
 
JustBrad
Klenotka wrote:

Ice Hockey World Championship! Go, go, goooooo! Grin


I see you drew the Finns in the quarter finals. Good luck.
 
Klenotka
JustBrad wrote:

Klenotka wrote:

Ice Hockey World Championship! Go, go, goooooo! Grin


I see you drew the Finns in the quarter finals. Good luck.


Well, our defense still sucks, so...Grin
Donīt be Lasagne
 
Gauda Cheese
Gauda Cheese wrote:

Anyone else see the Person of Interest season finale? It was very B7


I'll take that as a no Oops

Shame really, your all missing out of a great show.
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Angry Angel
Gauda Cheese wrote:

Gauda Cheese wrote:

Anyone else see the Person of Interest season finale? It was very B7


I'll take that as a no Oops

Shame really, your all missing out of a great show.


I watch POI, but it's way behind on British TV, we're only part way through s3. It's a great show, but I'm trying to avoid any spoilers!
 
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Joe Dredd
Gauda Cheese wrote:

The Michness and I are watching Escape From New York.

I love it, she's never seen it and we both love Kurt Russell.


"Call me Snake..."

I only watched that about a week or so ago and am considering whether to give Escape from LA another chance.

I see Boom Town are doing a comic adaption of "...NY" with the collected trade out in December.

"Snake Plissken? I heard you were dead."
 
rojkerr1
Six million dollAR MAN, BOX SET, WE CAN REBUILD HIM, WE HAVE THE TECHNOLOGY...wILLIAM sHATNER CHEWING THE SCENERY IN THIS ONE!
 
meegat39
American Horror Story, Chuck, The 100 and Arrow
"If you didn't want the answer, you shouldn't have asked the question."
 
Klenotka
meegat39 wrote:

American Horror Story, Chuck, The 100 and Arrow


Aww, I used to love Chuck. I think I adored it until the end of season 3. I am not sure if I remember seasons 4 and 5 but I remember I was disappointed by the finale.
American Horror Story, I watched only the first season (but loved it!). I like weird but I couldnīt get through season 2 cos it was already too weird Grin I will get back to it later - the big advantage is that each season is about something else so i can skip one and watch the next one Smile

And it reminds me I still need to watch last 7 episodes of Arrow... Smile
Donīt be Lasagne
 
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