What DVD have you just watched?

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  1. Robhibberd29

    Robhibberd29 Active Member

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    In the hope of proving that we dont all just watch Brassed Off! I've started this thread as I've just watched a dvd called Red Mist. What a load of pish. Starred the geeky one off Primeval. He was in a coma for 90% of the film and he couldn't even make that look convincing! Id give it 1.5/5
     
  2. Hells Bones

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    I've been watching 24 Series 2
     
  3. Getzonica

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    .....i just have watched Brassed off!......
     
  4. Leyfy

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    I went to Thorpe Park yesterday, whilst all the naughties in my tutor group's year group were made to stay at school at watch a DVD on attendance! HA HA HA!!

    I've just finished watching for ten millionth time 'The Day After Tomorrow' because I have a DTS surround sound system, and the storms sound fantastic coming through all the speakers!
     
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    On the band tour bus in Germany, we had "Back to the Future" followed by "Back to the Future 2" and I fear that someone had volume 3 as well..............throw in a bit of Superman and the eyes were glazing over......I tried to raise the tone(?) with a bit of Brass in Concert for a while (just to prove to certain colleagues that brass bands can indeed use some judicious choreography / comedy in their presentations) but the younger members of the party objected!
     
  6. Robhibberd29

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    Ah one of my favourites! Roland Emmerich...been to his home town of Sindelfingen in Germany on tour. Great soundtrack too and yes its great in surround sound (got that too ;-))
     
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    Gran Torino - Fantastic Film
     
  8. Robhibberd29

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    Watched that last week...very enjoyable.

    Run Fat Boy Run...another Simon Pegg funny!
     
  9. Hells Bones

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    I'm afraid I am not watching any DVDs as my DVD drive has started to think it is not compatible with DVDs.
     
  10. trumpetmike

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    Trojan Boat - Mnozil Brass
     
  11. Robhibberd29

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    Wallace and Grommit Curse of the Were Rabbit
     
  12. scotchgirl

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    We watched that on Sunday! lol!

    The last DVD I watched was Shrek....actually for about the last 7 years, most the the DVDs I've watched have been kids' ones lol! Have recently joined LoveFilm though, so hopefully we'll be watching more interesting ones soon lol!
     
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    Just watching Wizard of Oz with my daughter..........she's only 5 but loves it!!

    Watched Australia last week what a long boring film. Could have finished half way through and it would have been a half tidy film. Also saw Transformers last week and I need to watch it again........
     
  14. Robhibberd29

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    Bless! Im in Lovefilm too its well worth it especially with being off work due to illness Im getting my moneysworth! Battlestar Galactica arrived today (not the original version)
     
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    Shawshank Redemption last night. It's still a good film... I just felt that I had to check...

    Before that, I've just worked my way through the first series of The Big Bang Theory, courtesy of a certain Caledonian Flugelist with a penchant for sending people gifts.
     
  16. Hells Bones

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    It wasn't on DVD but I've just watched Back to the Future on VHS.

    Forgot how much I loved those films.
     
  17. MrsDoyle

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    Calendar Girls... The WI one...
     
  18. Hells Bones

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    Hi, we're the WI...
     
  19. Vegasbound

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    Gran Turismo......a thought provoking film and enjoyable.
     
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    Watchmen - interesting adaptation of the Graphic Novel - I do like the work of Alan Moore shame he didn't want anything to do with the film . great cast , well directed if a little like 300 in style ( which isn't a bad thing)..
     
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