A film for those who can still remember.

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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby [omega] » Thu Oct 02, 2014 6:51 pm

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[omega] wrote:I used toilet rolls to make my Gunstar and fight them against my army men


Hmm - popcorn bucket Gunstar vs toilet roll Gunstar. There's a movie I'd pay to see :)

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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby omegaprime » Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:01 pm

Im trying to remenber a movie the only part i can renember is they used 2 shells to go toilet.


And maybe pizza hut is the only food chain left, he was frozen oh and rat burgers lol but im not sure if those details arethat movie.

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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby skydemolisher » Thu Oct 02, 2014 8:03 pm

omegaprime wrote:Im trying to remenber a movie the only part i can renember is they used 2 shells to go toilet.


And maybe pizza hut is the only food chain left, he was frozen oh and rat burgers lol but im not sure if those details arethat movie.


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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby [omega] » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:36 pm

skydemolisher wrote:
omegaprime wrote:Im trying to remenber a movie the only part i can renember is they used 2 shells to go toilet.


And maybe pizza hut is the only food chain left, he was frozen oh and rat burgers lol but im not sure if those details arethat movie.


Demolition Man with Sylvester Stallone, Sandra Bullock and Wesley Snipes?

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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby omegaprime » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:37 pm

Yup thats the one

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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby [omega] » Thu Oct 02, 2014 10:50 pm

How about this one?
Does anyone remember?
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Was a really good movie back in the day.
Just had to get use to the duck being in a sci fi.
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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby Old_Timer » Fri Oct 03, 2014 1:00 am

Howard!!!

Wow... these films are bringing back some memories. The Last Starfighter especially.

There are a few that come to my mind...

"Adventures in Babysitting" (or sometimes called A Night On The Town)

"The Explorers"

"Flight Of The Navigator"

"D.A.R.Y.L"

"Iron Eagle"

Just a few weeks ago I bought the 4 movie set of "Tremors" on bluray... only the first one is any good, but it was worth paying for the set I think.
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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby Sledgehama » Fri Oct 03, 2014 11:51 am

How can anyone forget Howard? The combined box office total of all the films he's been in is over $660 million worldwide! Admittedly $645 million of that is from Guardians of the Galaxy, but still.... :)
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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby [omega] » Fri Oct 03, 2014 10:55 pm

Here's a big give away. .....
This movie was so cool , I just had to own it.
One of the lines go like this. .... ( you saved my life?)
"Why?"
And the Draconian replied " I had to look at another face!
Even as ugly as yours :D
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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby skydemolisher » Fri Oct 03, 2014 11:59 pm

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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby [omega] » Sat Oct 04, 2014 12:29 am

skydemolisher wrote:Enemy Mine

Yup you got it skydemolisher
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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby [omega] » Thu Nov 20, 2014 9:20 am

Saw Maze Runner a few weeks back and to be honest it was a bit predictable.
My wife struggled to stay awake during the film.
I'm guessing that this will be one of those films least memorable.
Graphic wise good ..... story line hhhmmmm :?
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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby Monkey222 » Fri Nov 21, 2014 1:02 am

[omega] wrote:Saw Maze Runner a few weeks back and to be honest it was a bit predictable.
My wife struggled to stay awake during the film.
I'm guessing that this will be one of those films least memorable.
Graphic wise good ..... story line hhhmmmm :?


I'm going to be one of those but... The book was better. The movie is really good, but they simplified some of the plot line for the movie/made it more "Thomas is the ultimate hero!" type stuff. (Especially the "We've never seen a Griever before!" stuff)

But yeah, the books get better as well.
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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby [omega] » Sun Mar 01, 2015 10:16 pm

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Blakes Seven was my favorite English scifi of all time.
Paul Darrow was my favorite character who played the uncompromising Avon.
This guy had killer moves and that thousand mile stare hahaha :D
got the DVDS .... my wife can't stand it when I watch them :lol:
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Re: A film for those who can still remember.

Postby Sledgehama » Mon Mar 02, 2015 1:21 pm

I loved that when Paul Darrow was asked about a remake of Blakes Seven he said it'd already been done and it was called Firefly :) Avon was always the most interesting character on that show - got the series in my big pile o' stuff to watch so it'll be interesting to see just how well it holds up today!
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