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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Tue 20 Oct - 5:30

I loved the Star Wars movies! Especially the first 3, but not so much the last 3.
BUT, just recently while I was up at the Lake by myself, I went to the video store. I had never seen a "Harry Potter" movie, but I had heard many people really liked them. So, I bought the 5 that are out on DVD. Actually, I bought used ones so I only paid about $5.00 for each one. One week-end I had a little "Harry Potter" marathon by myself and I have to say I really liked them. They are not usually my kind of movie, but I found myself very caught up in them. Just the imagination of the writer, J.K. Rowling was amazing to me. I watched a special on TV about her and her life and it was so interesting. I heard the books are even better, but I wouldn't go that far as to read the books.
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Tue 20 Oct - 11:05

Can't say as I have read the books or watched any of the films from start to finish Sidney, I do like Alan Rickman though
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 21 Oct - 1:29

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Can't say as I have read the books or watched any of the films from start to finish Sidney, I do like Alan Rickman though

I looooove Alan Rickman. He has a voice like finely carved oak. I could listen to him for hours
He was wonderful in "Sense and Sensibility" as Colonel Brandon ..... deep sigh...............

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 21 Oct - 6:09

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I loved the Star Wars movies! Especially the first 3, but not so much the last 3.
BUT, just recently while I was up at the Lake by myself, I went to the video store. I had never seen a "Harry Potter" movie, but I had heard many people really liked them. So, I bought the 5 that are out on DVD. Actually, I bought used ones so I only paid about $5.00 for each one. One week-end I had a little "Harry Potter" marathon by myself and I have to say I really liked them. They are not usually my kind of movie, but I found myself very caught up in them. Just the imagination of the writer, J.K. Rowling was amazing to me. I watched a special on TV about her and her life and it was so interesting. I heard the books are even better, but I wouldn't go that far as to read the books.

I read the first few editions of Harry Potter to my son...I think he was about 8 or so when they came out.... scratch he liked me to read and do different voices for different characters......his favourite voice was Hagrid.... lol! lol! I'd go up and lie on his bed with him at bedtime saying I was only reading a few pages....but I'd end up reading the whole chapter.... Laughing as he got older he read them himself....and I lost intrest in them... Sleep saw one or two of the movies when the kids got them as presents.....enjoyed what I read tho'........probably because he enjoyed it so much...he'd be lost in it wiz and the coolest thing for him as a big fan was that he had a scar on his forehead like Harry where he fell off the sofa onto the fireplace when he was 2 years old.... affraid just above the scar in his eyebrow where he fell on the coffee table...when he was 1 1/2...... Rolling Eyes No just below the other scar in his head where his sister accidentally hit him on the head with her Dads golf club because she didn't know he was behind her...... pale vlan Just as well Mr. C. was there for all these events because I would get almost hysterical and weak with the sight of my child covered in blood..... affraid pale vlan could never have been a nurse..... No pale
Anyway Sidney....the books are better than the movies..... and J.K. Rowling has to be admired for the success she achieved through her wonderful imagination... Cool
Speaking of Harry Potter.....did you know that Janey Mad Mod compered me and Reb to the Harry Potter stories....... Very Happy apparently Reb was Harry Potter and I was Voldemort...... Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes you know....the evil one.... wiz really Very Happy I thought to myself..... scratch What was evil about me.... ;k or does she just see anyone who's smarter than her and sees through her like a pane of glass .... Very Happy as evil.... Wink The only way this dimwit could better me and 'deal' with me was to get my account deleted.... wiz this fool was no match for me and well she knew it.... Twisted Evil Makes me wonder how she sees herself when she looks in the mirror through her 'rose tinted glasses'........ does she see what we see.... clown Wink
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 21 Oct - 11:26

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apparently Reb was Harry Potter and I was Voldemort...... you know....the evil one....



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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 21 Oct - 15:41

Sidney I have read all the Harry Potter books and agree, the books are better than the movies, though I loved all the movies too, the casting was spot on.

Colleen you are so right, Admin/Mods on the OF are scared of anyone who is smarter than they are....so it's easier to wipe us all out than to be able to deal with a higher intelligence who is on to their shit.
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Thu 22 Oct - 1:36

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Speaking of Harry Potter.....did you know that Janey Mad Mod compered me and Reb to the Harry Potter stories....... apparently Reb was Harry Potter and I was Voldemort...... you know....the evil one.... really I thought to myself..... What was evil about me.... or does she just see anyone who's smarter than her and sees through her like a pane of glass .... as evil.... The only way this dimwit could better me and 'deal' with me was to get my account deleted.... this fool was no match for me and well she knew it.... Makes me wonder how she sees herself when she looks in the mirror through her 'rose tinted glasses'........ does she see what we see....

Yep........that's the truth. I didn't know much about Harry Potter so had to ask Coll who Voldemort was
I didn't get it..Coll and me said the same things on the OF but there was a difference being made To be honest..... I thought that I was more "forthright" in my posts
Coll had warned me about janey from the beginning...she felt that she wasn't being honest and truthful with me.....trying to play me for a fool Turns out, Coll was right
Janey was saying one thing to me and doing another thing behind our backs. She even defended Chez and Gemini's stalking behaviour. Alarms bells went off like air raid sirens I should have twigged when I witnessed Fuschias behaviour (plus entourage) in Dublin and knew that Fuschia was a bosom pal of Janey The dirt and sleaze that went on was horrendous. We couldn't believe it!! There's one thing about us....we stand up and be counted. Double dealing and playing two sides is alien to us.
Thank GOD for Sheena Mod. She contacted us and I spoke with her on the phone. I was horrified and disgusted when she told me what was going on with the mods trying to destroy the Irish Bar
The OF is a true reflection of what moderates it....... Sleaze, mental instability and a thin veneer of respectability. It makes me sick
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Sat 24 Oct - 2:04

But back to the real reason as to why this lovely thread exists

Clips from one of my favourite movies and one of the greatest actresses of all time.......
The One....The Only..... Miss Bette Davis!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Sat 24 Oct - 4:54

Now there's a woman who NEVER needed to say anything, her eyes said it all, without her even opening her mouth

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Sun 25 Oct - 0:39

Well.......... Its coming up on Hallowe'en
Its the time when the TV channels start showing horror movies
Its a genre I never pay much heed to in todays modern cinema but I remember the films I used to watch as a child.
My Dad would let us stay up late, on a Friday night, and give us fish and chips while we watched Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi My Mum used to crack-up because we wouldn't go to bed, we were so scared
Do you know what my Dad used to do? We'd be lying in bed and he used to creep up the stairs and scratch the bedroom doors. He would even get the broom....put a sheet over it..... push it through the bedroom doorways and go "Whoooo....Whoooo" We'd be screaming the house down (but lovin' it)
My Mum used to kill him!!
So...in tribute to those classic days of "The Mummy"

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Sun 25 Oct - 3:45

Oh Reb-- you made me have a good laugh over that one- as for horror movies-- my older brothers absolutely ruined me with Dracula-- I slept for months with blue jeans wrapped around my neck-- (my pre-teen mind rationalized a vampire couldn't bite thru denim) We raised Dobermans and one night I awoke to one of the Dobbies looking into my window with great pointy ears-- that completely did me in

Then came the Exorcist that my brother insisted that I watch while my parents weren't home! To this day when I see this smiley I think of that dang movie! As I grew up-- loved reading romantic versions of vamps and werefolk-- and can occasionally watch a scary movie-- well, jumpy as the Devil-- LOL-- just ask Mr. B-- he prefers not to watch them with me-- I jump and scream way too easy-- makes for great amusement- given my personality and size!

Colleen-- loved the story of your mini with the Harry potter scar-- loved the books too--Sidney well worth the read

ok-- all the yager for my lil clip-- 1st horror movie I ever enjoyed-- watched as a teen- The lost boys-

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Sun 25 Oct - 12:31

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Oh Reb-- you made me have a good laugh over that one- as for horror movies-- my older brothers absolutely ruined me with Dracula-- I slept for months with blue jeans wrapped around my neck-- (my pre-teen mind rationalized a vampire couldn't bite thru denim) We raised Dobermans and one night I awoke to one of the Dobbies looking into my window with great pointy ears-- that completely did me in



Do you remember when "Salems Lot" came out? The scene where the brother comes back....floating outside the other brothers bedroom, scratching the window?
I was terrified going to bed every night for months after that.....your doberman story reminds me of that

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Sun 25 Oct - 14:02

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Do you remember when "Salems Lot" came out? The scene where the brother comes back....floating outside the other brothers bedroom, scratching the window?
I was terrified going to bed every night for months after that.....your doberman story reminds me of that

thats horrific!! what's that, a TV show? a movie? never watched it!

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Mon 26 Oct - 0:40

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thats horrific!! what's that, a TV show? a movie? never watched it!

It was a TV show, Bridie.......and James Mason was in it One of the greatest actors in cinema
This terrified me every week.....and everyone else, it seemed
I swear to GOD.....I went to bed every night with rosary beads and holy water
Especially after THIS bit

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Mon 26 Oct - 15:23

Good evening one and all.... cheers I see we are talking scary movies.....WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.......
Well when I was a kid now and again me and my lil' brother and 2 lil' sisters were allowed to stay up to watch a creepy movie.....usually Frankenstein,The Mummy or Dracula.....now this was a biiiig deal for us.... Cool even tho' we were half terrified just by the opening credits so the mood would be set in the living room....lights off....so there was just the light from the TV and the fire in the fire place....and of course my older brothers would be there just waiting.....patiently.....for the right moment to frighten the life out of us......... affraid one time my brother appeared in the corner with a torch lighting under his chin What a Face .....me affraid my sisters affraid affraid and my lil' brother affraid My Mam gave him a right earful for nearly giving us kids a heart attack.... hhz
Anyway the one who scared me the most was Dracula... pale the reasoning behind this was....I knew I would recognise Frankenstein or the Mummy if I saw them...Frankenstein by his shoes....(how awful were they... Rolling Eyes) and the Mummy by the bandages and his 2 arms sticking out in front of him....but you never knew who was a vampire until they smiled and they only smiled when they were about to take a chunk out of your neck....... plus.....they could fly and get in your bedroom window even when it was shut.... confused Shocked pale veeery scary thought.... affraid When we met Christopher Lee last year I told him how he had scared the living daylights out of me as a child.....he just laughed his head off and said a job well done then.... lol! lol! so here he is in all his glory with his old adversary Peter Cushing....who alway managed to put the wooden stake through his heart and save the day.....until the next time.... affraid 'Velcome to Trannnnnnnsylvania......muuuuwaaahahahahahaha !!!!!!!'





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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Tue 27 Oct - 1:36

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Good evening one and all.... I see we are talking scary movies.....WHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.......


........................even tho' we were half terrified just by the opening credits

LOVE those emoticons, Coll

Rushing out here to get the mini's to the cinema.......but I'll be laughing all day at the vision of Colleen traipsing around with two oranges in her bra and her sisters good dress trailing in the mud
The things we did as children.........my Mum once put a black bin-liner on me, pinned envelopes on it and I was "Blackmail"
She dressed my youngest brother as a detective and stuck twigs and leaves all over him. He was "Special Branch"
Great imagination, my Mum......Easy to see why she was such a great nursery school teacher

Coll........I remember you saying to Christopher Lee about him scaring you as a child. He was lovely.... a really charming gentleman I didn't notice any pointy teeth when he was sipping his guinness
Right......off to get these three ready..........see youse later!!
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Tue 24 Nov - 4:32

Here's something to scare the bejaysus out of you....and Il Divo

"I'm your number one fan.....God, I love you!"

Sound familiar?

RUN IL DIVO........RUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUNNNNNNNNNNNNNN!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Tue 24 Nov - 4:41

"What do you mean the tour is over? You said it would be for eighteen months ..............YOU'VE ONLY BEEN TOURING FOR TEN!!!"

Lads.......... If you see women sitting in the first few rows of a concert holding planks of wood and hammers, be afraid.........be very afraid......


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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Tue 24 Nov - 5:26

Gawd

I remember that film, if only for its horrific simplicity, it has to be one of the most scary films I have EVER seen, because it could actually happen.

And this from someone who loves horror movies (at least then you know it fantasy-well mostly)

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Tue 24 Nov - 5:57

You're right Loki...I think the scariest thing about that movie is that it could happen and there are people out there who are like that......very disturbed individuals.... Shocked now don't ask me why Very Happy .....but every time I see that movie Chezz,Gemini,MoeD,Hazel,Fuschia,Maybe,Butternut,Humphrey,Esje,Sebsbullybaby and many more....to many to mention.... Rolling Eyes come into my head.....and now that's scary affraid (shudder....!!!!!)

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 4:07

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You're right Loki...I think the scariest thing about that movie is that it could happen and there are people out there who are like that......very disturbed individuals.... Shocked now don't ask me why Very Happy .....but every time I see that movie Chezz,Gemini,MoeD,Hazel,Fuschia,Maybe,Butternut,Humphrey,Esje,Sebsbullybaby and many more....to many to mention.... Rolling Eyes come into my head.....and now that's scary affraid (shudder....!!!!!)

Why do you think Urs spends so much time training in the gym? Not that it would be hard to out-run that lot ........
UNLESS THEY CALL IN SUPERFAN "FAN-TASTIC" !!

She can hit speeds of .5 miles per day. She could go faster but has to stop at every bakery she passes

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 11:03


Imagine that bringing down a divo and landing on him, poor sod would be squished

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 13:00

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Imagine that bringing down a divo and landing on him, poor sod would be squished

Didn't you know, Loki!!?
FAN-TASTIC managed to make it into The Oors's hotel room and pin him to the bed!!!
Thats why the tour has been interrupted......due to a collaped lung and severe trauma..................


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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 13:07

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Imagine that bringing down a divo and landing on him, poor sod would be squished

Didn't you know, Loki!!?
FAN-TASTIC managed to make it into The Oors's hotel room and pin him to the bed!!!
Thats why the tour has been interrupted......due to a collaped lung and severe trauma..................



OMG !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
That poor fella.......... pale I thnk I recognise her.... Suspect shk so that's where she gets the money to go on tour with ID.....she's a part time model..... Wink

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 13:24

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That poor fella.......... pale I think I recognise her.... Suspect shk
So that's where she gets the money to go on tour with ID.....she's a part time model..... Wink


Yep!! She models Pork Pies
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 13:35

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That poor fella.......... pale I think I recognise her.... Suspect shk
So that's where she gets the money to go on tour with ID.....she's a part time model..... Wink


Yep!! She models Pork Pies


I have to say....fair play to that fella for letting her lie on him cup .....most men wouldn't...even for a joke.... Shocked wonder is he still alive.... Shocked scratch that's what I call a game of squash.... lol! lol!

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 13:38

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That poor fella.......... pale I thnk I recognise her.... Suspect shk so that's where she gets the money to go on tour with ID.....she's a part time model..... Wink

Meant to say........ Its Butternut Squash
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 13:59

Awwwww, poor Ooors,

Errrm, do you think I should vollunteer to 're-inflate' his squished bits for him, like the good 'lil' UBER I am

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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Wed 25 Nov - 14:22

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Awwwww, poor Ooors,

Errrm, do you think I should vollunteer to 're-inflate' his squished bits for him, like the good 'lil' UBER I am

Loki....... Being the good Irish Catholic that I am, I would NEVER say anything like...."Go ahead but which part do you blow into?"!
May God forgive me
I'm off to the confessional...............
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PostSubject: Re: Cinema Paradiso......   Thu 26 Nov - 1:55

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Awwwww, poor Ooors,

Errrm, do you think I should vollunteer to 're-inflate' his squished bits for him, like the good 'lil' UBER I am

Loki....... Being the good Irish Catholic that I am, I would NEVER say anything like...."Go ahead but which part do you blow into?"!
May God forgive me
I'm off to the confessional...............





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