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Posted:New movie released on video recently, it didn't get much attention at all on television or in theaters for some reason but it absolutely rocks. If you go to your video store be sure to check it out!
Funny thing but I understood most of the UK slang because I've seen people use it on the boards here
(Sam Jackson)"Bollox is bad, Dog's Bollox is good?"
Oh, and does anyone agree with me that Emily Mortimer is just the absolute hottest woman on that side of the Atlantic?
Posted:I really enjoyed that movie. I thought it was a lot of fun. The dialogue was good. The character interaction was good. And the plot kept moving, which I like. quote: Elmo: What the f*ck did they do to this fish? Batter it to death? Felix: Fish and chips, national dish mate. Elmo: More like a national disaster!
FYI: I am not Pele. If you wish to reply to me and use a short version of my name, use: PWB.
English? Who needs that? I'm never going to England. - Homer Jay Simpson