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Naïve Old Fart

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  1. I've just started to follow Rangers...or Glasgow Rangers...or The Rangers, or whatever they're called, this week (it's complicated), which is a bit risqué, because most islanders are Celtic fans. No matter. Rangers, it is.
  2. I can predict, confidently, that someone will be alive, when they're released. If it's me, I'll let you know.
  3. Well, that was intense! David "what the fuck was he thinking...again" Luiz sent off, a spectacular goal by Martinelli, and an equally cheeky, and technically difficult goal by Belerin. Squeeky bum time, for most of the second half. We did ok.
  4. Is that a euphemism, for cock and bum fun?
  5. Have you got the EYE IN THE SKY box set? Are you going to get the AMMONIA AVENUE box set?
  6. Wrong thread, Justin. You want GWINNIE'S VAGINA CANDLE.
  7. Don't worry, none. It's nice to see you back. Happy birthday.
  8. I dunno. THE MATRIX without Weaving, is like the royal family without Harr...oh fuck!
  9. Like it for Barry's score, luscious cinematography by David Watkin, intelligent and naturalistic sound design, and solid support from Klaus Maria Brandauer, and Michael Kitchen. It's too bad that he didn't put as much effort into THE HOBBIT. Yep. If this is to be Day Lewis' last role, he couldn't have signed-off on a better film.
  10. I actually envy people, who are yet to discover POTA. Not much can prepare you for the sheer awesomeness of the score; its breathtaking virtuosic playing; its playfulness, and its humanity. Sorry! That's been corrected.
  11. Thanks for that, Thor. His work on UNDERWATER SUNLIGHT is great.
  12. SKY CAPTAIN AND THE WORLD OF TOMORROW is a nifty score, from an underrated film. Fuck, yeah, Jay! It was amazing, in 1968, it was amazing when I first saw the film, in 1972, and it's amazing, now. It's among the finest collected pieces of music ever matched to celluloid.
  13. It was "Dregs". Judoon, eh? DO-RO-KO-FO-RO-PO-JO-MO-SO-HO-LO-BO-TO. And that's all I have to say, about that.
  14. Ooh! More ranking. I love a good rank. In fact, I think I'll have one, now: RETURN OF THE JEDI THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK THE REST
  15. It's a great score, interpreted very well. Out of interest, Croc, how does the "surround" sound? In my experience, most classical/OSTs SACDs/Pure Audio Blu/DVD-As, don't have much information in the rear speakers.
  16. I thought it was the Racnoss. She sure looked like the queen. Is the Silurian blaster significant? Robert Glenister was under used. Did Chibnall know that the Glenmeister is in one of the all-time greatest DWs?
  17. I saw the STAR WARS/EMPIRE double bill, at the Leicester Square Theatre, in 1982. It was a nice cinema. The Odeon Leicester Square's screen was still bigger.
  18. In 1979, the Odeon Leicester Square had the biggest screen, in the UK. Yes, the meteor sequence was good, but I remember the Cygnus lighting up, with special fondness.
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