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10-03-2012, 13:16   #136
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the 2nd was around the time of the writers strike so its meh to crap, but stick with it, it gets better and better. I thought I was gonna hate Tim Riggins from the first few episodes but he's my favourite character in it now.
Agreed. Real loveable rogue type of character.
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10-03-2012, 14:55   #137
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The Beaver has been added, didn't see it on there before today anyway. I think its a wee bit underrated, not a bad film at all.
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10-03-2012, 16:38   #138
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I watched "Cocaine Cowboys" last night,thought it was very good.

And 9 songs isn't bad either
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10-03-2012, 16:48   #139
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Finished Friday Night Lights. Get past the 2nd season and its brilliant.
If you dont like sports im sure anyone would still really enjoy it.
But the game scenes are very well done.
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11-03-2012, 11:29   #140
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Sin Nombre:Thought this was brilliant. Follows the story of a family trying to sneak into the states from central america and also the story of a young gang member. Thats all I'll say about the story. Its beautifully shot and very well acted, definitely check it out.

Little Big Soldier: Jackie Chan plays a hapless soldier who more or less accidently captures the enemy general. A story of friendship and brother hood ensues. I thought this was pretty decent, its certainly the best film i've seen Jackie Chan in in a long time and its nice to see him returning to his homeland to make a movie. Really good performance from him too. There's not all that much wacky martial arts battles in it but there are a few. The only gripe I had with it was the slapstick comedy parts don't fit in with the more tonally serious parts all that well but having said that it's still well worth a look.
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The exposure Friday Nights Lights has got from the Netflix launch here is great.

Maybe the potential movie could actually be a bit of a success on this side of the Atlantic.
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11-03-2012, 13:32   #142
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The exposure Friday Nights Lights has got from the Netflix launch here is great.

Maybe the potential movie could actually be a bit of a success on this side of the Atlantic.
The movie already came out well before the series and it was great. Or are they planning another one?
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The movie already came out well before the series and it was great. Or are they planning another one?
Berg is talking of doing another film but I wouldn't hold my breath. We heard the same talk after Deadwood and Rome finished and the plans for a film quickly fizzled out.
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11-03-2012, 13:54   #144
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Well Berg says the script is done and dusted. The next challenge is scheduling.

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Its always Sunny in Philadelphia...

Big UPS to this show, wel worth a watch...

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Well Berg says the script is done and dusted. The next challenge is scheduling.

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I still wouldn't get too excited, plenty of finished shows have scripts for the proposed film but nothing ever comes of it.
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Saved by the bell added to the US store

Loved that show when I was younger.
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no.
fcuking.
way.
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no.
fcuking.
way.
Sarcasm?
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Sarcasm?

hell no, can see if Kelly is still a smokin hottie, and watch the greatest tv fight ever, AC Slater vs Zack Morris
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