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What's the best or most interesting film you've seen recently? Tell us what you got out of it and why we should watch it.

(, Thu 21 May 2015, 12:05)
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Since arriving on your planet
the best 10 films I have seen are:

The King of Comedy
I really identify with Rupert Pupkin, a tragic 'fish out of water' character, who only wants to be appreciated for his unique talent.

Carry On At Your Convenience
This was the first film I ever saw when I got to England and it taught me all I ever needed to know about your country.

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, this looked like a documentary to me (Pandora looks a lot like the pleasure planet Florana) and made me homesick. Watch it about ten times a year.

Con Air
When I am feeling down and depressed, which is not often, but it happens, this knockabout comedy with its cast of comical characters never fails to cheer me up!

I LOVE Halle Berry in this and have got a bit of a crush on her, even more so now I am a girl. I fantaise regularly about having lenghty lesbicious lick-out sessions with her in her leather bra and pants and me dressed as a cat. MEEEOW!

Alan Partridge Alpha Papa The Movie
I really identify with Alan Partridge, a tragic 'fish out of water' character, who only wants to be appreciated for his unique talent.

Under the Skin
Like Avatar I thought this was a documentary. Those things exist, you know.

Bird on a Wire
This brings back very happy memories of a nice weekend I spent in the company of Mel Gibson. He really is a nice bloke, you know, and not at all anti semitic or homophobic, or whatever it is he is meant to be. Not many people know this but he has the largest collection of umbrellas in the world. He likes to open them all and drop them from the roof of his Beverly Hills mansion and watch them float down to the polo court. The two hours I spent with him doing this were amongst the best 120 minutes I have ever spent on uour miserable, shitty little world, you horrible, smelly, stupid, ugly, useless, worthless cunts.

The Silence of the Lambs
I really identify with Buffalo Bill, a tragic 'fish out of water' character, who only wants to be appreciated for his unique talent. And it's got a Fall song in it.

The Towering Inferno
Imagine dying in a fire! TERRIFYING!
(, Fri 22 May 2015, 10:35, 4 replies)
Ben Dover's Anal Massacre
We see the protagonist journey through suburbia where he meets women
wishing to be taken away from the humdrum of daily life via the act of
sodomy. All narrative is reduced to mere grunting and the occasional
snippets of dialogue such as, "put it up my arse," and, "Ugh, yeah."

With the day drawing to a close, we see our man is exhausted, sexually
and emotionally, as he stares into space contemplating the vast
complexity of his life. He realises his life is without meaning,
but it's too late as the camera pans round past a woman smiling and wet wiping
her fanny. The screen fades to black. A touching tribute to The Sopranos finale. Our hero? Dead inside.

(, Fri 22 May 2015, 9:06, 1 reply)
Office Space, going out to all you cubicle drones out there.

(, Tue 26 May 2015, 22:11, Reply)
(, Fri 22 May 2015, 0:58, 2 replies)
In Bruges
Fine cast, excellent acting, memorable quotes, and a racist womanising drug taking midget. What's there to be down about!
(, Wed 27 May 2015, 16:52, 5 replies)
Dead Mans Shoes
you won't be disappointed
(, Wed 27 May 2015, 10:16, 2 replies)
The Fall (2006)

Two patients in a hospital, a stuntman and a little girl. The adult manipulates the child by telling rambling story. The movie is amazing for the locations and the performance of the little girl.
(, Sat 23 May 2015, 3:28, 3 replies)
Traincan Master

(, Fri 22 May 2015, 16:16, 1 reply)
Meet The Feebles
Peter Jackson's second movie. About a theatre company of vomiting, defecating, fornicating, conniving puppets. Movie starts with a walrus shagging a cat, and becomes ever more rancid until a hippo runs amok with an M-60.
(, Fri 22 May 2015, 9:45, 2 replies)
Harder They Come
This movie made in 1972 remains a classic today. The story based on the history of a Jamaican outlaw named Ivanhoe “Rhygin” Martin. The movie beautifully incorporated reggae into the story by casting reggae musician Jimmy Cliff in the lead and making him a singer. Through great music, sharp passionate acting and cinematography that captured the beautiful people and landscapes Jamaica, Harder They Come is one of those epic movies that both reflected and changed a country and a culture.
(, Thu 21 May 2015, 19:30, 3 replies)
Battlefield Earth!
It's fantastic!
(, Thu 21 May 2015, 19:10, 2 replies)
I as in Tesco the other day
and there were two football related films on dvd right next to each other on the shelf. They both bore the legend "THE FUNNIEST FOOTBALL COMEDY OF THE YEAR!"
I didn't know who to believe, so I bought neither of them. Their loss.
(, Thu 21 May 2015, 15:54, 3 replies)
Its an Atheist film
You won't have seen it.
(, Thu 21 May 2015, 12:26, 17 replies)

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