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On 30/03/2021 at 23:32, Chris said:

Mad Men was the epitome of style over substance. You could skip a whole season and miss nothing. 

Well there were two things you'd probably miss in some capacity. 

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16 minutes ago, RedKnight said:

The implication was her ass is so big she could have a mole that size removed from it.

That's deplorable. 

 

Edit: I hereby acknowledge I am mixing my scenes here. 

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3 hours ago, littletedwest said:

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The jaaaaaaaaaaaaacket!

 

He took that jacket from Rocco DiMeo. Cocksucker had the toughest reputation in Essex County. But he never came back after Richie was through with him.

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2 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

Great series of episodes featuring Richie Aprile(David Proval.)

 
Veal Parmeeshahn Sangwich. Fuck you.

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A documentary on Netflix called Fear City absolutely blew my mind. It has secret recordings of the original mafia. The Sopranos took loads of the stories and put them in the show. What really excited me was a secret recording of a family boss called Tony. It sounds exactly like James Gandolfini after season one. He must have had voice coaching or something. He grew into the role and probably sat at home researching how to improve. I’ve never seen acting like it since.

But watch that documentary.

 

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7 hours ago, Reckoner said:

A documentary on Netflix called Fear City absolutely blew my mind. It has secret recordings of the original mafia. The Sopranos took loads of the stories and put them in the show. What really excited me was a secret recording of a family boss called Tony. It sounds exactly like James Gandolfini after season one. He must have had voice coaching or something. He grew into the role and probably sat at home researching how to improve. I’ve never seen acting like it since.

But watch that documentary.

 

Cheers,will do

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7 hours ago, Reckoner said:

A documentary on Netflix called Fear City absolutely blew my mind. It has secret recordings of the original mafia. The Sopranos took loads of the stories and put them in the show. What really excited me was a secret recording of a family boss called Tony. It sounds exactly like James Gandolfini after season one. He must have had voice coaching or something. He grew into the role and probably sat at home researching how to improve. I’ve never seen acting like it since.

But watch that documentary.

 

 

Yeah Gandolfini doesn't talk much like Tony, in other films and interviews he seems to actually have a bit of a lisp.

 

He was an incredible actor in that role, I can't see it ever being bettered.

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On 08/04/2021 at 16:18, Chris said:

 

 

The jaaaaaaaaaaaaacket!

 

He took that jacket from Rocco DiMeo. Cocksucker had the toughest reputation in Essex County. But he never came back after Richie was through with him.

He's got tremendous moxi for a man his size

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9 hours ago, Reckoner said:

A documentary on Netflix called Fear City absolutely blew my mind. It has secret recordings of the original mafia. The Sopranos took loads of the stories and put them in the show. What really excited me was a secret recording of a family boss called Tony. It sounds exactly like James Gandolfini after season one. He must have had voice coaching or something. He grew into the role and probably sat at home researching how to improve. I’ve never seen acting like it since.

But watch that documentary.

 

Didn't Paulie walnuts feed them loads of stories? 

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13 hours ago, Reckoner said:

A documentary on Netflix called Fear City absolutely blew my mind. It has secret recordings of the original mafia. The Sopranos took loads of the stories and put them in the show. What really excited me was a secret recording of a family boss called Tony. It sounds exactly like James Gandolfini after season one. He must have had voice coaching or something. He grew into the role and probably sat at home researching how to improve. I’ve never seen acting like it since.

But watch that documentary.

 

 

I was actually really disappointed in that documentary. I can't imagine how they could have presented that information in any more of a bland way. 

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6 hours ago, Chris said:

 

I was actually really disappointed in that documentary. I can't imagine how they could have presented that information in any more of a bland way. 

I thought it was good. It’s a Netflix documentary so it’s never going to be as good as some on the bbc like Storyville, but its pretty enjoyable.

And if you disagree, as I say, get to the park and I’ll see you there.

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50 minutes ago, Reckoner said:

I thought it was good. It’s a Netflix documentary so it’s never going to be as good as some on the bbc like Storyville, but its pretty enjoyable.

And if you disagree, as I say, get to the park and I’ll see you there.

Spoiling for one you, aren’t you?

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6 minutes ago, Chris said:

Spoiling for one you, aren’t you?

Haha must be the frustration of lockdown. I’d probably get battered too as I’m soft as shite.

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12 hours ago, Section_31 said:

 

Yeah Gandolfini doesn't talk much like Tony, in other films and interviews he seems to actually have a bit of a lisp.

 

He was an incredible actor in that role, I can't see it ever being bettered.

I the first episode, he dubs over the scenes and his voice is different. Its JG rather than TS. It’s a good first episode, but he and the show really evolved into a darker deeper place.

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