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RibbonGirl wrote:Today World Premiere of ' The Day of The Doctor'!!!
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hope I'm not contravening any prohibition or advise, by mentioning this here.... :lol:
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RibbonGirl wrote:
RibbonGirl wrote:Today World Premiere of ' The Day of The Doctor'!!!
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hope I'm not contravening any prohibition or advise, by mentioning this here.... :lol:
Today's google Doodle is a tribute! Press PLAY and find the DALEK! :notworthy:
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I'm not a BIG fan of Dr. Who but I watched the special.
At the end when he didn't press the button all the other subsequent Doctors, apart from the last one, weren't to be privy to that knowledge (as I understood it).
How come? Surely by the original Dr. not pressing the button everything would have changed and this is something they would all know.
As I say I am no expert at this so perhaps someone can enlighten
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iesus wrote:Black Books

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Priceless:
'add a dab of lavender to milk, leave the town with an orange, and pretend you are laughing at it'.
( the wisdom of swallowing the little book of calm) :lol: :notworthy:
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I had a really great laugh watching this movie, very funny and witty. :notworthy:
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Orange Wednesday (last night) found the Mrs and I watching this... :?

Could have been better, could have had a decent bit of interplay between the characters...turned out to be pretty standard fair for a DeNiro gangster movie, with a few dark violence moments for those in need of a laugh when the script lacked any punch.

Only redeeming feature is Goodfella's...
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million voices wrote:I'm not a BIG fan of Dr.
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As I say I am no expert at this so perhaps someone can enlighten
It seems they won't :(
Thanks for your reply Million Voices, here I'll have to wait for the DVD release! :*
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damagedone wrote:Anyone seen this Image

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Aye it's very good 8)
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old Trout seems a bit more energized, the black chicks and Pino Paladino add another edge and the light show is astonishing
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James Blast wrote:Alpha Papa

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Really? I quite enjoyed it.
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anyone catch this....http://www.channel4.com/programmes/secr ... -dolls/4od

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markfiend wrote:
James Blast wrote:Alpha Papa

ZZzzzzzzz
Really? I quite enjoyed it.
Dull, perhaps another viewing will slot it into place.
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Catching Up (watching again) on the iPlayer thingy :notworthy: :notworthy:
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