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Re: Disney Star Movie night! - Signs


@Cleoriff wrote:

I'm pleased I watched Corrie and Vera. rofl I followed this thread though and have to say @TheresaV's  comments were comedy gold. LOL


Hahahhaa joy I'm sorry I'm just the biggest chicken you will ever meet! I jumped in almost every scene sweat smile 

 

And with that I need you all to promise me that you will never ever ever vote for a horror movie on movie night or else I am gonna die

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Re: Disney Star Movie night! - Signs


@MI5 wrote:

@TheresaV wrote:

@jonsie wrote:

You think they would have checked the weather forecast before they came

They would never have landed in Oswaldtwistle flashLOL


I can't even pronounce that @jonsie joy


You will after the 2nd bottle yahoo


Can't even pronounce my own name after the second bottle joy

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@sheepdog wrote:

Hmmm. Was it supposed to be a semi horror suspense scifi movie? Distinctly unimpressed with the ending and lack of imagination by throwing in a token alien with a weakness of um, er water! So aliens travel across space and miraculuosly managed to eradicate condensation? And planned a worldwide invasion by using the shipping forecast on Radio 4 to avoid bad weather? 

 

Though one thing, who needs cat filters: I'm going to get a tin foil hat for work video calls yahoo

 

 


That's exactly what we were talking about last night @sheepdog but then again I suppose it was quite scary back in 2002? Because judging by my degree of chicken-ness this wasn't too scary (even though I still jumped a couple of times) 

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@Cleoriff wrote:

He's also not keen on series. (Unless it's Line Of Duty).

I insisted on watching an excellent programme of BBC called The Serpent. This was based on a true story about Charles Sobhraj who travelled through Asia in the 70's, with his girlfriend, killing students, whilst posing as a gem dealer. It was excellent. However every time it was on Ray said, 'is this the last episode'?

It was well worth the watch, only 8 episodes long. Fascinating to see the work of a Dutch diplomat and Interpol who tracked him down and eventually caught him.


The Serpent is absolutely amazing! My partner's nan kept telling us to watch this series called "The Diamond" on BBC as apparently it is really good. Took us a while to figure out she meant The Serpent joy Bless her

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Re: Disney Star Movie night! - Signs

Sorry guys I missed out on Movie Night.

Sounds like everyone enjoyed it and, in some cases with alcohol-assistance yahoo

I would so love a horror movie night. I`m sure that film-buffs on here could come up with some good nominations and provide @TheresaV with a cushion to hide behind and a couple of bottles of wine to see her through it.

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@Mi-Amigo wrote:

Sorry guys I missed out on Movie Night.

Sounds like everyone enjoyed it and, in some cases with alcohol-assistance yahoo

I would so love a horror movie night. I`m sure that film-buffs on here could come up with some good nominations and provide @TheresaV with a cushion to hide behind and a couple of bottles of wine to see her through it.


Okay I have to admit I like the idea of someone providing me with a couple of bottles of wine to see me through but I think I need more than one pillow to hide behind joy 

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I purposely didn't watch this because i wanted to try and get the story from your posts.. I'd suggest trying it.. its mind bending

 

The film.

So some bird called Isabel, is foreign, has an ugly baby, maybe an uber driver, not very good at DIY... goes to see what all the commotion is in the middle of a field in the middle of the night. Aliens presumably, who have rabies or are afraid of the sea.

 

Members of the forum.

All have issues.. some with alcohol & some are just big sissys.

 

Close?

 

 

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@AngryOldGuy wrote:

I purposely didn't watch this because i wanted to try and get the story from your posts.. I'd suggest trying it.. its mind bending

 

The film.

So some bird called Isabel, is foreign, has an ugly baby, maybe an uber driver, not very good at DIY... goes to see what all the commotion is in the middle of a field in the middle of the night. Aliens presumably, who have rabies or are afraid of the sea.

 

Members of the forum.

All have issues.. some with alcohol & some are just big sissys.

 

Close?

 

 


@AngryOldGuy  As a 1 sentence story, it made no sense. rofl Loved reading the comments.... although I watched Corrie and Vera. (and drank tea) LOL

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@TheresaV wrote:

@Cleoriff wrote:

He's also not keen on series. (Unless it's Line Of Duty).

I insisted on watching an excellent programme of BBC called The Serpent. This was based on a true story about Charles Sobhraj who travelled through Asia in the 70's, with his girlfriend, killing students, whilst posing as a gem dealer. It was excellent. However every time it was on Ray said, 'is this the last episode'?

It was well worth the watch, only 8 episodes long. Fascinating to see the work of a Dutch diplomat and Interpol who tracked him down and eventually caught him.


The Serpent is absolutely amazing! My partner's nan kept telling us to watch this series called "The Diamond" on BBC as apparently it is really good. Took us a while to figure out she meant The Serpent joy Bless her


The Serpent was brilliant and epitomised the Thai police who don't investigate crimes on Johnny Foreigners unless the crimes are carried out by them against a Thai national

I loved the series, all locations I had visited and was a true reflection on life in the tourist hotspots of Asia

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@AngryOldGuy wrote:

I purposely didn't watch this because i wanted to try and get the story from your posts.. I'd suggest trying it.. its mind bending

 

The film.

So some bird called Isabel, is foreign, has an ugly baby, maybe an uber driver, not very good at DIY... goes to see what all the commotion is in the middle of a field in the middle of the night. Aliens presumably, who have rabies or are afraid of the sea.

 

Members of the forum.

All have issues.. some with alcohol & some are just big sissys.

 

Close?

 

 


Isabelle was a dog, the four-legged variety and was the second dog who met her demise at the claws of Aliens

The first dog was murdered by the pug-ugly kid with a barbecue fork

Magical planks of wood were produced to board up windows and doors but the aliens came through the roof

Finally the family descended to the cellar by torchlight but they forgot about the cellar coal shute

Apparently water 'burnt' the aliens and once the rain came (or snow?)they all disappeared from whence they came

Only then did @TheresaV emerge from behind the sofa with her third wine bottle in hand!

 

Enjoyed the film actually as it was years ago I first watched it and forgotten a lot of the funny and ludicrous bits

This should be a monthly event on the community Smiley Happy