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Eats hoops and leaves

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  1. He's the fucking man. I love that cover!
  2. Excellent, that's exactly what I was looking for. Thanks a lot! Edit: RE: both replies.
  3. I've never really watched Dr. Who - aside from a few mouldy memories of the old series that was on BBC 2. But I have a general quesetion - what is Dr. Who's role, exactly? I know that he goes through time, but for what purpose? Is he saving the world from somebody/thing? And does he chose where he goes, or is it all dictated by somebody/thing else? Ta. (I've looked for this answer all over the 'net, but I can't find anything that answers such a general question.)
  4. Check this stuff out: http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/shared/spl/hi/pop_...arth/html/1.stm Looks AMAZING. Anybody know when it's going to be airing?
  5. Series 1 is going for £30 Fopp have S2 for around £8.
  6. Everybody needs to see the 'Big Brother' extra on the Season 1 DVD. Jez's face as he looks at the camera, the mallet and the melon before smashing it is hilarious.
  7. I think we can all agree that the actual Matrix trilogy is horeshit.
  8. Not surprised in the slightest to hear people getting their pants in a twist and bitching. Another awesome game for my PS2 - who gives a fuck if it's a step backwards or it's been on the PSP? I bought it knowing it would come out on the XBOX a bit later, after all. Just suck up the good gaming.
  9. What's the one with the glitches and the kids falling about? It looked as if the girl was coming up on MDMA or something.
  10. I don't think I've ever agreed with a post Disciple's made...
  11. Good lord. You're like backwards man or something.
  12. I was in West Quay in Southampton today, and in the art gallery they have near the food court there was a painting of Matt Lucas as 'the only gay in the village' going for £950. The title of the painting was 'the only one' or something.
  13. There isn't enough (any) talk about ER here. I'd say it's the most well-written drama ever (at least in the earlier series), and it's stunning use of camera and medical terminology also makes it the most distinctive. It manages to combine second-by-second action that combo you in the face while introducing slow-burning plots and every character is gold. Especially this one: "Come on, let's go, let's go!"
  14. That would be the long and short of it, yup.
  15. Spaced does not deserve a place in the top 50, let alone the top 10.
  16. Yeah that's the thing - focus is key. I like the idea of doing it in different ways. It would be fun to try and create different themes or moods with the same script with the same shots but different editing.
  17. I was/am going to film it. With real actors plucked from a drama school. I'm going to be applying for the BBC in 18 months, and I don't have any real, completed work to show them. A couple of half-filmed projects that petered out due to lack of focus and too much ambition. I want something straightfoward and simple so I can film the whole lot in a week.
  18. Oh, don't apologise for being negative! Reasons for not liking something are always useful. You're not the only one to say something about the age of the kids (they're supposed to be 15). I agree that it lacks drama and a hook. I've made quite a few changes since, but it still comes across as an anti-drink driving advert or something. To explain the purpose: I wanted to write something that was really easy to film, and allowed a range of different directorial styles to be employed. But the story isn't very good. If I can salvage it into something entertaning, I'll post it back here again. Cheers!
  19. Okay I've got to write a short film script, to be shot later. What do you think of this? It's an idea of mine that keeps cropping up, so please forvigve the familiarity of it. I'm quite fond of it as this story (up until the end) is close to my heart, which is why I need opinions on it. For everybody else, it could be very dull. Anyway:
  20. £5 a ticket, and there's a pub next door to both cinemas in town, and we always end up leaving early... plus I HAVE ( ) to buy popcorn and a drink... I probably spend about £20 when I go to the cinema. Which is why I never go. Before I was a student I'd go on average twice a week. That cost less though, as there's no pub next to it.
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