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Give me ten minutes to have a look and I’ll get my picks in. 


I’d say no way is Green Mile Sci fi, personally. Maybe horror at a stretch but it’s not really a horror film either.

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5 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Regarding ‘based on a true story’, can you pick a feature-length documentary?

That's a tricky one but I'd say no, as that's a documentary not a movie. Just see what the general consensus is and we'll go with that. You could have it as a sci-fi though.

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14 minutes ago, Strontium Dog said:

Getting tough now, took me a while to decide on one.


@Tony Moanero over to you

Not a single bad list although I haven't heard of one of BabbsBurstNads 

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I reckon I’ve done about 30 drafts on here over the years and every single one has involved waiting hours for FG. 




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3 minutes ago, Fowlers God said:

There are many of you who know how to contact me outside of the Forum you know.


Killing Zoe (Wild Card)

True mate but you knew it was likely to be you very soon with so few playing.  I was going to message you on facey but thought you'd come back on.


Sort the dead pool out you banger 

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