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Hanzo the Razor

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  1. Got Open Range from Amazon.de for a tenner. I haven't seen it since release but remember it fondly. You can't beat a bit of Robert Duvall!
  2. We watched it few months ago. Bits hold up but there's some daft shit in it too. I saw it at the flick in '97. Visually it's aged fairly well. Apart from Sam Neill the acting hasn't though.
  3. It was first shown on AMC which only about three people can watch in the UK.
  4. I don't remember tbh. I thought they were alright. Certainly worth a punt if you've completed the main game and can get them cheap enough.
  5. What's crap about it? I played them ages ago but don't remember them being particularly bad.
  6. I just received The Hobbit and LOTR 4K sets from Amazon.de. £45 each compared to the UK versions at £75 is a no brainer. I can put up with the German language packaging for that kind of saving.
  7. Go Jetters give me a headache. As does the new Dangermouse. It's just background noise. Where as the likes of Love Monster can actually hold my attention. I've sat through umpteen episodes of Hey Duggee but could barely tell you what happens in any of them. It's just so boring.
  8. The books the series is based on are good too. My two love the one about the box of chocolates.
  9. I love Ridley Scott's Hannibal. It's a masterclass in sending both yourself and the character you made famous up. It also looks bloody lovely. "Okey doky!"
  10. I can't work out how to embed. Anyway my two girls are currently watching this on the iPlayer. The theme song is the biggest earworm ever. I can't get rid of it! It's so laid back and catchy. It's also one of the most inoffensive and quite frankly soothing childrens shows I've ever seen. It makes me think back to the likes of Pigeon Street and King Rollo. Narrated by Tamsin Greig. I'm becoming slightly obsessed by it. Help me! "Love Monster!"
  11. Harrison Ford could do bantz/witty repartee with any given part of the furniture. He doesn't need any help.
  12. I'm waiting for Godzilla vs The Father.
  13. Her droid in Solo was bloody awful. If she must be shoved down our throats further then please don't do it in an Indy film. Bring back Willy. Bring back the chilled monkey brains. Bring back a CGI bumbling Marcus Broady. Anything other than such a vapid waste of space of an actor.
  14. Hopkins behind Scarlett Johansson? In fact Tom Hanks equal with her? I can barely name a film she was in let alone one that left a lasting impression on me.
  15. Me, my brother and my mates put hours and hours into MK64 back in 97/98. More then the original or any since. It was a great game. That and Rage Racer (Another seriously underrated entry in a long running series) were absolutely hammered back then.
  16. Oh the memories. I remember getting my Virtua Cop and blue gun from Electronics Boutique/Future Zone in Ayr high street, going to the restaurant in BHS (Remember them) and cooing over it while I had a fry up and a coffee. I bloody loved Virtua Cop. Played the keech out of it!
  17. I'm also tickled by the fact that Mark Gatiss is in The Father with Hopkins. It reminded me of his impersonation of Hopkins in the League of Gentlemen's DVD commentary for Blood on Satan's Claw. "Mutter, mutter... and...Tommy Cooper... mutter..."
  18. I liked The Wolfman. It was old fashioned and quite gory. Hopkins was good. Hugo Weaving was good ("Pint 'o bitter, please."). It was Del Toro who was on autopilot.
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