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  1. johnsusername

    Porto (A) Champions League 17/4/2019

    Maybe we'll parade the league trophy before the Barcelona kick off?* *I'm joking.
  2. johnsusername

    *Shakes head* Everton again.

    Isn't this all season, every season, for them?
  3. johnsusername

    Rate the last film you watched...

    You Were Never Really Here. 8/10. Arty-drama-action: Joaquin Phoenix plays a man who gets paid off the books for rescuing kidnapped children, using only his fists and a hammer. Lives with and loves his elderly mum. My only criticism would be there's no real denouement - the film doesn't peak when you think it does, more a long draw to the end. Pretty enigmatic. Phoenix is brilliant and the cinematography is dizzying. Radiohead's Johnny Greenwood supplies the soundtrack, which is as wacky as the film itself. Not as good as Taxi Driver or Drive, but definitely worth a watch.
  4. johnsusername

    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    I'll stop going on about it, but the last thing that came to mind was the footage of the football crowd (i can't remember which ground or even if it was told) chanting "there's only one Yorkshire Ripper" which was bizarre.
  5. Most of Red Cafe is Man Utd supporters willing Manchester City to win all their games including the one featuring their own team. Had to laugh at one Utd fan calling out a non-UK based LFC fan saying "you'll never understand the rivalry". Think he understands it more than you mate. I guess it just shows what a shambles they are on and off the field at the minute.
  6. He'll be sacked by September. Lovely stuff.
  7. johnsusername

    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    Yes mate it's available on All 4 (if you're in the UK) - https://www.channel4.com/programmes/red-riding Definitely recommend it. All star British cast. Bit grim though. The Yorkshire police corruption, arrogance and incompetence - it's hard (as a Liverpool fan) to avoid seeing Hillsborough as the culmination of it all. Thrilling trilogy of films based on David Peace's cult noir novels about Yorkshire during the 1970s and 80s: a world of paranoia, corruption and the terrifying legacy of the Ripper murders
  8. johnsusername

    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    If you haven't seen it, I'd recommend the TV drama Red Riding, which was excellent. I haven't read the books. Set in Yorkshire in the 70s and 80s.
  9. johnsusername

    New HBO Series: Game of Thrones

    Can't Bran just tell everyone what's going to happen? Would save a lot of time. Then we can just have the rest of the series following Tormund and his crew getting into fights and hi-jinks, which would be most excellent entertainment.
  10. johnsusername

    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    No, i can imagine it was much of a muchness. I'm sure they all walked away with nice early pensions as well. I couldn't help but think the different reception this show had compared to the Ted Bundy show on Netflix recently. Even when I mentioned the Ripper one in work, to people who had watched the Bundy one. It was almost like "why would i watch that?" As if the Bundy one was more glamorous, sexy. Dunno.
  11. johnsusername

    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    "Women of loose morals" was the phrase that came up a few times. That was women who dared go to the local pub. It wasn't even that long ago.
  12. Yossi B. Lovely footballer.
  13. johnsusername

    Liverpool 2 Chelsea 0 (Apr 14 2019)

    Re: Salah and Luiz. I thought it was a penalty. Danny Murphy can fuck right off the weird accented biff. What happened to the old "he's entitled to go down"? Is that fair for everyone but salah?
  14. johnsusername

    Rate the last TV Show you watched

    The BBC4 Yorkshire Ripper 3-part documentary was excellent. Highly recommend it. The gall of those at the top of West Yorkshire Police to take the credit, when it wasn't even their force who caught him, and even then it was blind luck they did. The fact that they'd talked to Sutcliffe NINE TIMES before he was arrested is insane.
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    Mississippi Burning

    "Did you ever pick your feet in Poughkeepsie?"
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