Hey Paul, how was France? I saw a few news articles about the riots there yesterday. Have you seen any good movies lately? I haven't really seen anything aside from Rampart, which was alright. I intend to watch Aliens at some point though. Do you wanna go see TDKR sometime this week?
Interesting, I wonder what I'll think of it, as the opinion seems to be quite varied at the moment. I really enjoyed Batman Begins though, and apparently TDKR is quite similar to that film, rather than TDK. Would you be interested in seeing it again? I still haven't organised anything, in terms of going to see it, yet.
Hasn't been done before so far as I know, and I dunno what people would make of it. But that thread about people's first masturbatory experiences was pretty popular, and a lot of people wrote big stories in response to it. By the way, what would you rate The Dark Knight Rises? Hopefully I'll go see it sometime this week.
Do you have to book the tickets and all that online, and if so do you have to wait for the tickets to come in the post, or do they like reserve you a seat? I tried looking on the website for more details, but it says I have to make an Odeon account or some shit.
Hey Paul, me and Josh thought we'd do the movie night at your house, is that alright? When would you like to do this movie night thing, also? Do you think it would be best to do it as like a sleep-over thing, so we can like fit more movies in?
No, I haven't told Josh yet, but I'll do that in a minute. In terms of the top 50 list, I'm in the same situation right now. I just need to work that same stuff out too. It'll be really interesting to see the end result, but it's a shame more Spillios haven't joined in with it.
The holidays have been alright. I've been doing shit all though, so I really need to get out the house, lol. I think over the next few days I'm gonna re-watch all of my favorite movies which I have on DVD, so I can make my Top 50 both of all-time, and of the 2000s, as accurate as possible. You should give Red Dead Redemption a chance, as the story in it is the best I've ever played through in a game, and it's so compelling, that once the story gets going, it's like playing through a Western (movie) of the highest calibre. I don't think it is really an addicting game at all like GTA, Skyrim or Fallout, but once the story got going, I was having a blast just seeing how the story progressed, and because of the compelling characters and the enjoyable mechanics of the game itself, I was always excited to play through more of the story, to where the story actually became addictive, rather than the goofing off. Anyway, going back to the top 50 thingy, so far I have identified 56 movies from the 2000s, which may or may not make it onto the list. By the way, have you checked out Remote Viewing? I think you might like it more than the other podcasts, what it is is Cyrus, Brian Salisbury, who you might know from some of the audio reviews, and their friend Luke talking about the latest DVD releases in depth. It's weekly now, and I thought you might like it as you buy a lot of DVDs, so the show might interest you more. Finally, would you be interested in a movie day/night, with me, you and Josh? I think it would be cool if we each brought some of our favorite movies that the rest of us haven't seen.
Hey Paul, how's it going? How'd you find the geography test? In general, I found it OK, but I needed a bit more time I think, as usual. Have you seen a lot of your movies yet? Recently, I saw Justice, with Nic Cage and Guy Pearce. It was a pretty decent, fun thriller. I think I'd give it a low matinée. Have you seen Mason Daniel's new thread? It's basically like a sort of experiment, where Spillios add favorites lists, to see if we can eventually determine Spill's favorite movies. It sounds fun and interesting, and since you've seen a wide variety of movies from many decades, I think you'd be able to make a good, more educated contribution to it than me. I'll still take a whack at it though, I think. In unrelated news, I looked up more of Reginald D. Hunter's stuff on YouTube, and he's now become one of my favorite comedians.