Discussion in 'books, films, TV, radio & writing' started by DaveCinzano, Aug 31, 2015.
Hugh Grant comes down with a nasty case of necrotising fasciitis
The Fast King of Scotland - after a second referendum in which the Scots vote yes to independence, they then decide to appoint their own monarch, and elect popular former motor racing ace Sir Jackie Stewart
I am furious orange
Ian paisley shouts for a few hours
Four Beddings and A Funeral
One mans cockmanship goes horribly wrong, barrymore wrong
The Ring and I
Yul brenner...well I don't need to elaborate here
Tor Tor Tor - frankly a bit repetitive, but one of the few films to tackle the cut-throat world of top class fell-running.
The Bam Dusters
jerry has fed a lot of glaswegian lads with buckfast and hoped they'd provide a fifth column. True to form they've given him the middle finger and decided to snooze it off after eating a fish supper. But dust is settling upon them and only a crack squad of commandoes can swoop in to mop their brows before they awake, hungry for breakfast.
House of Flying Doggers - never accept an invitation to a party from people you meet in a circus car-park
Predater - arthouse flick about an annoying hipster who claims to have been into everything before everyone else thought it was cool
Cattle of The Five Armies
a look at the logistics train needed to supply such psuedo-fuedal armies that even at 8 hours length still surpasses what we actually got from peter jackson
glam rock meets cyberpunk future in a tale where a rock band cannot tell which of them is the robot
If you know your mythology you will know the story of the Dun Cow. Liam Neeson to play Guy of Warwick.
Epic, yet tedious tale of a pathologically jealous,violent, dreary, pugilist.
Jean Reno plays a deadly assassin with one leg shorter than the other.
Redknobs and Broomsticks.
An x-rated musical romp following the escapades of male Swedish naked cleaners as they skivvy for the wealthy older women of a Costa Del Sol gated community.
Mr Orange, Mr Blonde and Mr Pink meet up through Grindr
Documentary looking at black bears in their natural habitat
Tony Todd stars as the impeccably-dressed supernatural killer that stylish nightmares are made of.
Scorsese documents the brutal rise of the pocket calculator.
Guardian of the Galaxy - a British newspaper's plans to expand its market by appealing to a wider audience.
Barley and me
Owen Wilson buys Jen.aff some barley, she fuckin loves barley.
Stair Trek - the lift is broken, and it takes a long time to use alternative arrangements.
Star Warts - an unfortunate complication of space travel is discovered.
Bogged down in overseas conflicts and trailing in opinion polls at home, a desperate president turns his hand to sorcery
Boys in the Hood - When his car won't start one morning, John (Tom Hanks) lifts the hood to find someone has left adorable 1-week old twin boys inside. With his wife Harriet (Jennifer Aniston) they start a quest to raise the children as their own
To Bill a Mockingbird
Atticus Finch doesn't work for free
The Kinky Boat Factory
A struggling shipwright designs a new range of yachts for millionaire sex parties.
Dial R for Murder - Bungling dyslexic wannabe gangster, Derek (Danny Dyer), can't seem to do anything right in this enjoyable adult-themed farce.
Darty Dancing - we follow World Champion arrow masters Phil 'The Power' Taylor and Michael 'Mighty Mike' van Gerwen as they embark on a ballroom dancing odyssey, in this Strictly spin-off
Ferris Bueller's DIY-Off
The king of high school truancy enters a woodworking competition
Fried Spleen Tomatos
whimsical indie film takes an unexpectedly dark turn
A borderline psychotic David Thewlis dispenses cod philosophy and flour and eggs to a home economics class
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