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Darkprincess69

High Priestess of Slaanesh
It`s Crap
Yeah it is - but we don't need that anyway - we have the internet and that's way better than anything Hollywood squeezes out of its rancid hole these days

Nice to see that RTL is still on the Astra 1 though - that brings back memories of watching Tutti Frutti (through a veil of analogue sparklies) back in the early 90s :p

Season 1 though - Season 2 was crap, especially that stupid mouse...

 

Eulalia

Poet Laureate
Staff member
That it's proved such a runaway success tells us something about
how common fantasies like ours actually are, it's just that we're more open and honest
with ourselves for a start, and enjoy them with richer, more intense and varied tastes!
 

windar

Teller of Tales
It`s Crap
That it's proved such a runaway success tells us something about
how common fantasies like ours actually are, it's just that we're more open and honest
with ourselves for a start, and enjoy them with richer, more intense and varied tastes!

I haven't read any of her books, nor seen the movie and crap they may be, but I would happily swap bank accounts with her https://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/jun/27/fifty-shades-of-grey-el-james-fortune :devil:

Any insight as to why her books sold millions and even very good ones here get 100 or so downloads would be appreciated.
 

Dorothy Brown

Brown Sugar

Dorothy Brown

Brown Sugar
What was the name of the movie where the girl, gangsters moll apparently
was sat on her bed when three hoods walked in and one said, were is he
she replied i dunno and another hood screwed on the silencer and shot her
first threw her on the bed second killed her, i have that clip but what was
the movie called
 
Books always better! I have never see a movie, which are better as the book.

Watch Children of Men directed by Alfonso Cuaron and then read The Children of Men as written by P.D. James. The film is far more imaginative and sweeping than the rather parochial and pedestrian novel, which surprised me as I normally like James's writing.
 
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