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    Your Top 5 Favourite Crime Films of All Time

    1. The Long Good Friday 2. Heat 3. Goodfellas 4. Casino 5. Pulp Fiction
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    I have no idea what I was trying to say there. I was on my third bottle of wine, so I doubt it was anything profound.
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    Catherine Bach, Lynda Carter or Farrah Fawcett?

    Christ, I drank a lot last night, sorry for being a cunt... I'm on Team Lynda.
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    I hate the way you'e ignoring the vast mass of people. You're first. I'm going to dance.
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    Catherine Bach, Lynda Carter or Farrah Fawcett?

    Why are we restricted to these, by the way? Just a friendly enquiry. Before I take your eyes and extinguish your soul.
  6. Not sure why, seems eminently sensible. [looks nervously over shoulder] They fucking love it anyw. aszv nbnadm lk asfn /nawotw awworeherhmgioanaoibna
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    Other Football - 2019/20

    Relentless Utd come roaring back. What a heartening fairy story.
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    Your Top 5 Favourite Comedy Films of All Time

    The Man With Two Brains deserves a mention too. "I couldn't fuck a gorilla."
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Titanic got down rated by a Christian film site for 'featuring death by drowning'.
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    The New Cricket Thread

    I'm impressed with his batting as well, some great clean hitting at times in both the last two tests. It was good to see Broad enjoying himself which I'm sure was a by-product of Wood just going out and having a go.
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    Rate the last film you watched...

    Yep, Winslow's certainly an unreliable narrator, so it would be well worth watching again. It wasn't until the final scene that it clicked with me about the Greek mythology, which was a bit dopey seeing as Wake was ranting about it several times. Anyway, thanks for recommending those 3, been a fun couple of days. I'd say Lighthouse is certainly the best of them, Mandy is the most enjoyable (if you get what I mean), and Midsommar is an oddball that I wish I'd seen on a big screen as it looks gorgeous. It's also good to watch contemporary horror films that don't rely on jump scares.