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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 7/8/2010 6:26:21 PM   
DAVID GILLESPIE


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The Post Apocalyptic Sci-Fi

There are a vast amount of gems to be found in this genre, ranging from the great (Mad Max 2), the weird (A Boy and his Dog) and the downright chap n nasty (Bronx Warriors). Here are a few.






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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 10/8/2010 9:20:41 PM   
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Sorry no tit's but plenty of mindless violence

A low-ranking intelligence operative (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) working in the office of the U.S. Ambassador in France takes on more than he bargained for when he partners with a wisecracking, fast-shooting, high-ranking U.S. agent (John Travolta) who's been sent to Paris to stop a terrorist attack.
This Luc Besson produced and written action/mismatched buddy movie,with a now typical decent performance from Travolta,also has a great  body count.Director Pierre Morel (TAKEN) delivers plenty of high octane action at a blistering pace,very much like ye old Die Hard movies,or any other late 80's early 90's action movie.The camera work is fantastic and reminds me of early John Woo movies,plus the way it's cut allows you to enjoy the action at it's fullest.It's no classic,and there's noting new on offer here,just lots of chase's,on foot and in a car,lots of explosions,plenty of gun play.All in a great beer movie,that's good for some replay action as well,IE spot the stuntman,that's not Travolta???6/10

Travolta suits that razor burn haircut. DJ hated this but I might still give it a go?


A few beers and you'll not worry about the script,and yeah John suits that haircut.As fore DJ he needs to neck some decent whiskey,in fact the bottle and relax,it's pure beer/popcorn movie noting more.

Loved this big time even though it's a bit HAM!!!!


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 26/8/2010 4:20:42 PM   
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Think I'll put these in here too as they seem appropriate!

PIRANHA 3D
Every summer the population of Lake Victoria goes from 5000 to 50 000 as thousands of partygoers descend on the sleepy seaside town for the annual ĎSpring Breakí. However an underground tremor releases hordes of oversized, deadly killer piranhas, and when teenager Jake leaves his younger brother and sister to go on a boat tour with a soft porn filmmaker, the two children become trapped on a tiny island. Meanwhile the party hots up and the fish are hungry.....


I wasnít too happy when I heard Alexandre Aja, who debuted with the excellent slasher Haute Tension, was embarking on his third remake in a row, even though I did enjoy The Hills Have Eyes and even bits of Mirrors. However Piranha 3D [as itís called, although apparently there are 2D showings around if you look] isnít really a remake of Joe Danteís 1978 film called Piranha, it just takes the same basic idea of killer piranhas and comes up with something new. Well......kind of. Itís very much like Snakes On A Plane, an attempt at a Ďso bad itís good ĎBí type of movie which by the very nature of itís making kind of misses the point. This moves is somewhat better though, and does provide a great deal of guilty fun. When a film opens with Richard Dreyfuss in peril from a whirlpool and mutant fish, in a tiny boat and obviously needing a bigger one, itís hard to really dislike it.

Indeed the shadow of Jaws [or rather itís sequels] does hang over this movie, but of course the script doesnít even try to be anywhere near as good. The characters are set up reasonably well but are mostly stock,and itís all really just an excuse to show lots and lots of gruesome piranha attacks. At first things seem a little tame but they certainly donít remain like that. The filmís major set piece, with the fish causing havoc right at the height of the party, is full of really inventive gory moments, from slicing in half to decapitation to really graphic nibbling, and ended up reminding me of, of all things, the opening of Saving Private Ryan, though of course the gore is of the ďwow, isnít that coolĒ varietyĒ.

The effects by and large work and the fish are very cool menaces. No subtlety with this movie, you see them right from the outset. Maybe this is why the movie is never actually scary, though there are some very suspenseful bits, especially a really tense sequence of people trying to evacuate from one boat to another. Memorable in a different way is a Blue Lagoon-style underwater makeout session between Kelly Brook and a girlfriend which is actually beautifully shot if rather tame, and the filmmakers kindly give us boobies aplenty.

The young cast are predictably feeble but Elisabeth Shue is a fine tough heroine and Christopher Lloyd has a fun cameo as a rather mad doctor. The most disappointing aspect of the film for me was the 3D. Considering the nature of this film, youíd expect loads of pop out moments but there are very few and what was probably supposed to be the highlight, where a piranha pops out of a mouth, doesnít quite work. Coupled with the fact that sometimes when the camera moves things go all blury, I would say that they slightly botched the 3D in this film [though I personally donít think theyíve perfected it in any film yet, and certainly not Avatar] and it will probably play as well as 2D. Whether as Piranha 3D or Piranha, it is definately a fun evening out at the cinema if you donít expect too much,and where else can you see two fish fighting over a severed penis? Aja, though, please do something original for your next film though!
7/10

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 26/8/2010 4:22:17 PM   
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THE EXPENDABLES
Barney Ross is the leader of a group of mercenaries who carry out jobs others fear. When a mysterious millionaire called Mr Church recruits Rossí group to take out an island dictator, Ross and Lee Christmas sneak onto the island and find the place in turmoil while the real villain turns out to be an ex-member of Rossí team. Befriending a local girl ,Ross and Christmas escape from the island but Ross wants to to back for the girl he didnít save........


The Expendables does pretty much what it says on the tin. You know itís going to be a throwback to the 80s action movie and for the most part it doesnít disappoint. Testosterone to the max as tough guys slaughter tons of extras and blow lots of shit up while throwing amusing banter around as they do it. When I say tough guys, I mean probably the greatest cast in action movie history, and Sylvestre Stallone deserves great credit for getting so many action stars together and pulling off what probably just seemed like a fanís wet dream. Perhaps surprisingly, they all work well together, with no visable clash of egoes. Despite being a tough shoot everyone seems like they had fun, and it really shows in the finished product.

The plot......well, itís like a catalogue of old action cliches. Mercenaries recruited for an especially dangerous job, former buddies now on opposite sides, a man having a guilty consience and going back into danger, a climactic assault on an island fortress etc, itís all there, but the script does just about give you enough background about most of the characters so that you do care about them. Some will want a lot more, but this isnít that kind of movie. After a leisurely opening 20 or so minutes, it becomes an almost non-stop progression of fights, car chases and gunfire. Itís all back to basics stuff-you wonít see a tank falling out of a plane here, but it is mostly very convincing, with little [visable] use of CG. Highlights are Jet Liís violent but deliberately amusing brawl with Dolph Lundgren, Stalloneís incredibly brutal fight with Steve Austin and Jason Stathamís expert knife slashing. I could have done with more of Liís martial arts skills, but that was only a small flaw compared to....

The editing! Sad to say even Stallone now has seen fit to join the ranks of action directors who think that shooting a scene with very fast cutting and lots of closeups while shaking the camera about is where itís at. I do think this style worked for the Bourne movies, but itís just so tiresomely overused now. When I see an action sequence I want to see it, not be part of it ,and it seems a very lazy way of doing things because filmmakers donít really need to choreograph things properly. It was obvious that some of the fighting in The Expendables [as with Ninja Assassin] was actually very impressive, but I just couldnít really see much of it. More to the point, no 80s action film was shot like this [God I remember the days when Cobra was considered to be edited too fast!] so, unless it was to cover up the slowness of the older cast members, I donít see why Stallone decided to do it like this. I was also disappointed with the gore. Certainly not in quantity of course, with people being slashed, blown apart, you name it, itís all present and correct. No, I mean in quality. I kind of hoped they might have done this stuff the old way, with blood squibs and dummies, but no, it seems to be mostly CG gore, and as usual it doesnít look especially good.

The dialogue is either absolutely dreadful or total genius, I havenít quite decided yet, but it works for the film. The much commented-on scene with Stallone, Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger is wonderful and surprisingly subtle, considering they could have just made it a series of jokes-I just wish it had been longer. All the cast members give appropriate performances, in a way many of them are plaving some half-remembered version of themselves in the 80s, rather then particular roles, and thatís just fine. Stallone graciously remains low key throughout and lets others like Dolph Lundgren [though heís not in it enough] dominate the scenes they are in. Of course the two women in the film simply exist to be beaten up and rescued! Brian Tylerís score just about backs up the onscreen carnage but is very run-of-the-mill. All in all this is certainly a good time at the pictures and will make any action film fan smile throughout. It does have itís problems though, and I donít think itís ever quite as good as it wants to me. Maybe the sequel will be though......
7/10


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 27/8/2010 12:53:38 PM   
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Think I'll put these in here too as they seem appropriate!

PIRANHA 3D
Every summer the population of Lake Victoria goes from 5000 to 50 000 as thousands of partygoers descend on the sleepy seaside town for the annual ĎSpring Breakí. However an underground tremor releases hordes of oversized, deadly killer piranhas, and when teenager Jake leaves his younger brother and sister to go on a boat tour with a soft porn filmmaker, the two children become trapped on a tiny island. Meanwhile the party hots up and the fish are hungry.....


I wasnít too happy when I heard Alexandre Aja, who debuted with the excellent slasher Haute Tension, was embarking on his third remake in a row, even though I did enjoy The Hills Have Eyes and even bits of Mirrors. However Piranha 3D [as itís called, although apparently there are 2D showings around if you look] isnít really a remake of Joe Danteís 1978 film called Piranha, it just takes the same basic idea of killer piranhas and comes up with something new. Well......kind of. Itís very much like Snakes On A Plane, an attempt at a Ďso bad itís good ĎBí type of movie which by the very nature of itís making kind of misses the point. This moves is somewhat better though, and does provide a great deal of guilty fun. When a film opens with Richard Dreyfuss in peril from a whirlpool and mutant fish, in a tiny boat and obviously needing a bigger one, itís hard to really dislike it.

Indeed the shadow of Jaws [or rather itís sequels] does hang over this movie, but of course the script doesnít even try to be anywhere near as good. The characters are set up reasonably well but are mostly stock,and itís all really just an excuse to show lots and lots of gruesome piranha attacks. At first things seem a little tame but they certainly donít remain like that. The filmís major set piece, with the fish causing havoc right at the height of the party, is full of really inventive gory moments, from slicing in half to decapitation to really graphic nibbling, and ended up reminding me of, of all things, the opening of Saving Private Ryan, though of course the gore is of the ďwow, isnít that coolĒ varietyĒ.

The effects by and large work and the fish are very cool menaces. No subtlety with this movie, you see them right from the outset. Maybe this is why the movie is never actually scary, though there are some very suspenseful bits, especially a really tense sequence of people trying to evacuate from one boat to another. Memorable in a different way is a Blue Lagoon-style underwater makeout session between Kelly Brook and a girlfriend which is actually beautifully shot if rather tame, and the filmmakers kindly give us boobies aplenty.

The young cast are predictably feeble but Elisabeth Shue is a fine tough heroine and Christopher Lloyd has a fun cameo as a rather mad doctor. The most disappointing aspect of the film for me was the 3D. Considering the nature of this film, youíd expect loads of pop out moments but there are very few and what was probably supposed to be the highlight, where a piranha pops out of a mouth, doesnít quite work. Coupled with the fact that sometimes when the camera moves things go all blury, I would say that they slightly botched the 3D in this film [though I personally donít think theyíve perfected it in any film yet, and certainly not Avatar] and it will probably play as well as 2D. Whether as Piranha 3D or Piranha, it is definately a fun evening out at the cinema if you donít expect too much,and where else can you see two fish fighting over a severed penis? Aja, though, please do something original for your next film though!
7/10

Ahhh, mate, I really what to see this trailer trash effort after the week I've had. I plan to go watch it at East Kilbride tomorrow, so I will respond to your top review regards blood, guts and Kelly's bitties.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/8/2010 8:10:56 AM   
DAVID GILLESPIE


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quote:

ORIGINAL: Dr Lenera

THE EXPENDABLES
Barney Ross is the leader of a group of mercenaries who carry out jobs others fear. When a mysterious millionaire called Mr Church recruits Ross' group to take out an island dictator, Ross and Lee Christmas sneak onto the island and find the place in turmoil while the real villain turns out to be an ex-member of Ross' team. Befriending a local girl ,Ross and Christmas escape from the island but Ross wants to to back for the girl he didn't save........


The Expendables does pretty much what it says on the tin. You know it's going to be a throwback to the 80s action movie and for the most part it doesn't disappoint. Testosterone to the max as tough guys slaughter tons of extras and blow lots of shit up while throwing amusing banter around as they do it. When I say tough guys, I mean probably the greatest cast in action movie history, and Sylvestre Stallone deserves great credit for getting so many action stars together and pulling off what probably just seemed like a fan's wet dream. Perhaps surprisingly, they all work well together, with no visable clash of egoes. Despite being a tough shoot everyone seems like they had fun, and it really shows in the finished product.

The plot......well, it's like a catalogue of old action cliches. Mercenaries recruited for an especially dangerous job, former buddies now on opposite sides, a man having a guilty consience and going back into danger, a climactic assault on an island fortress etc, it's all there, but the script does just about give you enough background about most of the characters so that you do care about them. Some will want a lot more, but this isn't that kind of movie. After a leisurely opening 20 or so minutes, it becomes an almost non-stop progression of fights, car chases and gunfire. It's all back to basics stuff-you won't see a tank falling out of a plane here, but it is mostly very convincing, with little [visable] use of CG. Highlights are Jet Li's violent but deliberately amusing brawl with Dolph Lundgren, Stallone's incredibly brutal fight with Steve Austin and Jason Statham's expert knife slashing. I could have done with more of Li's martial arts skills, but that was only a small flaw compared to....

The editing! Sad to say even Stallone now has seen fit to join the ranks of action directors who think that shooting a scene with very fast cutting and lots of closeups while shaking the camera about is where it's at. I do think this style worked for the Bourne movies, but it's just so tiresomely overused now. When I see an action sequence I want to see it, not be part of it ,and it seems a very lazy way of doing things because filmmakers don't really need to choreograph things properly. It was obvious that some of the fighting in The Expendables [as with Ninja Assassin] was actually very impressive, but I just couldn't really see much of it. More to the point, no 80s action film was shot like this [God I remember the days when Cobra was considered to be edited too fast!] so, unless it was to cover up the slowness of the older cast members, I don't see why Stallone decided to do it like this. I was also disappointed with the gore. Certainly not in quantity of course, with people being slashed, blown apart, you name it, it's all present and correct. No, I mean in quality. I kind of hoped they might have done this stuff the old way, with blood squibs and dummies, but no, it seems to be mostly CG gore, and as usual it doesn't look especially good.

The dialogue is either absolutely dreadful or total genius, I haven't quite decided yet, but it works for the film. The much commented-on scene with Stallone, Bruce Willis and Arnold Schwarzenegger is wonderful and surprisingly subtle, considering they could have just made it a series of jokes-I just wish it had been longer. All the cast members give appropriate performances, in a way many of them are plaving some half-remembered version of themselves in the 80s, rather then particular roles, and that's just fine. Stallone graciously remains low key throughout and lets others like Dolph Lundgren [though he's not in it enough] dominate the scenes they are in. Of course the two women in the film simply exist to be beaten up and rescued! Brian Tyler's score just about backs up the onscreen carnage but is very run-of-the-mill. All in all this is certainly a good time at the pictures and will make any action film fan smile throughout. It does have it's problems though, and I don't think it's ever quite as good as it wants to me. Maybe the sequel will be though......
7/10


Great review DL and I chose this yesterday. I agree with all your comments.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/8/2010 8:23:59 AM   
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The Expendables (2010)
I was going to start this review by linking The Expendables experience to shoving on a pair of old slippers that you find in an attic box (they look shite but feel really comfy) or the unhinged uncle, that cracks the same old jokes but you still can't stop but smile when he cracks them.  On leaving a Saturday afternoon showing, a spotty teen in front was moaning that it wasn't as violent or good as he had hoped and I felt like clipping him on the ear and state, 'You should have more respect for your elders!'.

The Expendables is not clever, has terrible diologue, treats women/ ethnic minorities fairly poorly and has no plot, but it is also incredibly good fun. I was taken back to uni days, sitting on the couch on a Friday night with a dodgy curry and lager with a bunch of cassettes , including Commando, Band of the Hand, Cobra etc. Sure the CGI gore, rapid editing spoil matters at times but it does have the noisiest machine gun in film history and a fantastic, if pointless scene, when a bunch of baddies are liquidated by Jason Stratham on a peer.Bring on the sequel.
6/5/10


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/8/2010 11:09:21 AM   
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quote:

I was going to start this review by linking The Expendables experience to shoving on a pair of old slippers that you find in an attic box (they look shite but feel really comfy) or the unhinged uncle, that cracks the same old jokes but you still can't stop but smile when he cracks them.


Love that analogy, it is perfect! The more I think about the film, it's flaws become more apparent and yet the more I want to see it again!

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/8/2010 6:55:40 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Dr Lenera

quote:

I was going to start this review by linking The Expendables experience to shoving on a pair of old slippers that you find in an attic box (they look shite but feel really comfy) or the unhinged uncle, that cracks the same old jokes but you still can't stop but smile when he cracks them.


Love that analogy, it is perfect! The more I think about the film, it's flaws become more apparent and yet the more I want to see it again!

It just brings you back to the NON PC 80'S.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/8/2010 8:53:33 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: evil bill

quote:

ORIGINAL: Dr Lenera

quote:

I was going to start this review by linking The Expendables experience to shoving on a pair of old slippers that you find in an attic box (they look shite but feel really comfy) or the unhinged uncle, that cracks the same old jokes but you still can't stop but smile when he cracks them.


Love that analogy, it is perfect! The more I think about the film, it's flaws become more apparent and yet the more I want to see it again!

It just brings you back to the NON PC 80'S.


I thought the 80's were fantastic. The day my dad brought a VHS player back home with Conan the Barbarian to watch on rental was probably the greatest surprise present of my childhood. My brother and I cheered and my mum freaked. Happy days.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 29/8/2010 9:02:29 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Dr Lenera

quote:

I was going to start this review by linking The Expendables experience to shoving on a pair of old slippers that you find in an attic box (they look shite but feel really comfy) or the unhinged uncle, that cracks the same old jokes but you still can't stop but smile when he cracks them.


Love that analogy, it is perfect! The more I think about the film, it's flaws become more apparent and yet the more I want to see it again!

I'm so glad they cast Stratham in support as he has single-handedly saved the action genre for the last ten or so years. And yes, political correctness can kiss my non-pc ass. It's a feckin, dumb action movie with absolutely no message apart from 'why can't a guy watch a flick with things guys want to see, namely, explosions, mens' men, and helpless women. That statement will probably be dissected to reveal I'm a male chauvinistic, closet jobby jabber, or just a knob?


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 30/8/2010 7:56:47 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE

quote:

ORIGINAL: Dr Lenera

quote:

I was going to start this review by linking The Expendables experience to shoving on a pair of old slippers that you find in an attic box (they look shite but feel really comfy) or the unhinged uncle, that cracks the same old jokes but you still can't stop but smile when he cracks them.


Love that analogy, it is perfect! The more I think about the film, it's flaws become more apparent and yet the more I want to see it again!

I'm so glad they cast Stratham in support as he has single-handedly saved the action genre for the last ten or so years. And yes, political correctness can kiss my non-pc ass. It's a feckin, dumb action movie with absolutely no message apart from 'why can't a guy watch a flick with things guys want to see, namely, explosions, mens' men, and helpless women. That statement will probably be dissected to reveal I'm a male chauvinistic, closet jobby jabber, or just a knob?


Sex mad horn ball but never a chauvinistic.


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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 1/9/2010 12:58:23 PM   
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Band of the Hand (1986)
Directed by Paul Michael Glaser and produced by Michael Mann, the action adventure, Band of the Hand has a lot going for it. The story revolves around Stephen Lang's vietnam vet hero taking a band of scumbag criminals to a nearby swamp and re-educating from criminalistic psychos into good old American psychos that fight for justice. This is full blown cheesy/ pulp 80's memorabillia with Lawrence Fishbourne appearing as an evil drug lord. A beer movie of the highest orde. 6/5/10 Beer Movie Score 4/5

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 4/9/2010 5:07:38 PM   
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Forget a pocket fan, only the motor from a speedboat can cool down big, grumpy Ving. 'EAT DIS, MUDDA F'CKAAZ!!'

Piranha 3D (2010)            BEER MOVIE GOLD
This ticks all the boxes of a classic beer movie. Tits, Gore, Violence, Laughs and 3D. A b-movie masterpiece that throws everything at the viewer including the kitchen sink. The plot revolves around thousands of hungry little beggars escaping from an ancient underwater lagoon after a pissed Richard Dreyfuss drops a bottle of booze that causes a rupture!?

For the next 30-40 minutes we get tits n ass in 3D, including a very rounded, Kelly Brook. The reminder of the running time has most of the aforementioned tits n ass getting torn to shreds in various repellent and very graphic ways. Yes, this is an 18 cert, something we very rarely receive from the Hollywood shelves these days and perhaps the finest makeup effects I have scene for god knows. Thank you Alexandre Aja.

Most of the players ham it up big time, such as Christopher Lloyd (reprising his role from BTTF) and Ving Rhames (reprising his role from Dawn of the Dead 2004). Probably the best of all is Jerry O Connell as a coked up, porn director. His death scene is pant wetting'ly funny with ingenious use of the 3D effects. Get off your ass, go to the pub for some beers with your mates (if you have any?) and go and see this in all it's tacky 3D glory before it disappears forever. Oh and it has the silliest and most over the top shock endings since Final Destination.
7/5/10   Beer Movie Score 5/5

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/9/2010 10:29:20 AM   
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BEER MOVIE GOLD! Love that.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 5/9/2010 10:55:00 AM   
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BEER MOVIE GOLD! Love that.

Ticks all the boxes for a good night in, mate. Really impressed with your review and your right about it's association with the Jaws sequels. I did miss my favourite sequence in the original Piranha movie when the female lead is asked to create a diversion. After fluffing an excuse with the security guard she rips open her shirt and gives him an eyeful of her Bitties.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 7/9/2010 11:29:00 AM   
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Thankyou, yeah, you've reminded me of that scene, am quite surprised they didn't use that in the remake.

I think they're doing a sequel. Hoping for some Flying Killers, maybe?!

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 7/9/2010 12:31:02 PM   
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Thankyou, yeah, you've reminded me of that scene, am quite surprised they didn't use that in the remake.

I think they're doing a sequel. Hoping for some Flying Killers, maybe?!

I've never seen the original sequel, is it worth a look?

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 7/9/2010 12:59:03 PM   
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Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD
This is surely the pinnacle of Peter Jackson's early gore-fuelled, comedy horrors. Focusing on hen-pecked mummy's boy, Lionel (Timothy Balme) and his attempts at a normal relationship with a Spanish shop girl (Diana Penalver ), things take a turn for the worse when mother (Elizabeth Moody) gets bitten by a rabid monkey at the zoo while spying on the young couple. It does not take long before the shit hits the fan and Lionel's house is overun by zombie family members, nurses, babies and other monstrosities. With only his trusty flymo and feisty girlfriend at his side, Lionel takes on the dead before his final confrontation with mummy and a second birth, so to speak.
Rarely has a flick so gory and morally wrong been so funny,or perhaps since Meet the Feebles and Bad Taste anyway. Anyone expecting a creepy, slow moving chiller will be disappointed as Brain Dead goes straight into adrenalin overdrive from the first couple of minutes. Jackson has tried to cram in as many repulsive scenes and setpieces (baby in a blender, spewed intestines, severed ears in custard etc) as he could possibly fit into a lean and mean 90 minutes or so. We also get a kung fu priest and a meat-cleaving armed mad uncle thrown into the mix. The final 20 minutes is undisputedly a contendor for most gore shown onscreen in movie history. You'll be laughing and gagging at the same time. Gore classic. 8/10 Beer Rating 5/5

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 7/9/2010 7:00:23 PM   
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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE


Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD
This is surely the pinnacle of Peter Jackson's early gore-fuelled, comedy horrors. Focusing on hen-pecked mummy's boy, Lionel (Timothy Balme) and his attempts at a normal relationship with a Spanish shop girl (Diana Penalver ), things take a turn for the worse when mother (Elizabeth Moody) gets bitten by a rabid monkey at the zoo while spying on the young couple. It does not take long before the shit hits the fan and Lionel's house is overun by zombie family members, nurses, babies and other monstrosities. With only his trusty flymo and feisty girlfriend at his side, Lionel takes on the dead before his final confrontation with mummy and a second birth, so to speak.
Rarely has a flick so gory and morally wrong been so funny,or perhaps since Meet the Feebles and Bad Taste anyway. Anyone expecting a creepy, slow moving chiller will be disappointed as Brain Dead goes straight into adrenalin overdrive from the first couple of minutes. Jackson has tried to cram in as many repulsive scenes and setpieces (baby in a blender, spewed intestines, severed ears in custard etc) as he could possibly fit into a lean and mean 90 minutes or so. We also get a kung fu priest and a meat-cleaving armed mad uncle thrown into the mix. The final 20 minutes is undisputedly a contendor for most gore shown onscreen in movie history. You'll be laughing and gagging at the same time. Gore classic. 8/10 Beer Rating 5/5

This and BAD TASTE just pure total Beer Movie Gold,you can't get much better,just loved his early movies.
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Thankyou, yeah, you've reminded me of that scene, am quite surprised they didn't use that in the remake.

I think they're doing a sequel. Hoping for some Flying Killers, maybe?!

Piranha II: The Spawning 1981


In this sequel to Joe Dante's PIRANHA, unsuspecting vacationers at tropical Club Elysium find that they are the main course for a school of deadly... In this sequel to Joe Dante's PIRANHA, unsuspecting vacationers at tropical Club Elysium find that they are the main course for a school of deadly piranha fish, genetically engineered as weapons by the government. One of the scientists responsible for the carnage teams up with a diving instructor to destroy the killer fish, which can launch themselves out of the water to attack, having been crossed with flying fish.

PIRANHA 2 was James Cameron's directorial debut. He was discovered by a group of producers who witnessed his genius for "directing" maggots on a prosthetic dismembered arm using electrical shocks while he was working in special effects and art direction for low-budget science fiction films. The producers were sufficiently impressed to offer him a job as director on PIRANHA 2, which was filmed on location in Jamaica.Other than that this is a so bad it's good movie,which like the first is a rip off of Jaws,and pretty much matches the first film for pacing and thrills, which isn't saying much.The Acting,Direction,Effects and story are shit,yet it's entertaining crap like the first,after all what do you expect out of a low budget horror film; cheaply made, dark and badly photographed,it's all here.There's the decent opening scene where a couple of underwater naked lovemakers get ripped apart,but then it get';s boring for about half an hour before we get some more of cheap but bloody good fun gore effects.Some tit's on show from some busty babes help keep your eyes open,and it's good Beer movie fun,for those that loved the first,or other wonderful low budget horror like Barracuda or Evil in the Deep.By the way the UK DVD release is uncut,where as the US region ! has the nudity cut,so you know which one i have.5/10

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 8/9/2010 10:54:57 AM   
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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE


Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD
This is surely the pinnacle of Peter Jackson's early gore-fuelled, comedy horrors. Focusing on hen-pecked mummy's boy, Lionel (Timothy Balme) and his attempts at a normal relationship with a Spanish shop girl (Diana Penalver ), things take a turn for the worse when mother (Elizabeth Moody) gets bitten by a rabid monkey at the zoo while spying on the young couple. It does not take long before the shit hits the fan and Lionel's house is overun by zombie family members, nurses, babies and other monstrosities. With only his trusty flymo and feisty girlfriend at his side, Lionel takes on the dead before his final confrontation with mummy and a second birth, so to speak.
Rarely has a flick so gory and morally wrong been so funny,or perhaps since Meet the Feebles and Bad Taste anyway. Anyone expecting a creepy, slow moving chiller will be disappointed as Brain Dead goes straight into adrenalin overdrive from the first couple of minutes. Jackson has tried to cram in as many repulsive scenes and setpieces (baby in a blender, spewed intestines, severed ears in custard etc) as he could possibly fit into a lean and mean 90 minutes or so. We also get a kung fu priest and a meat-cleaving armed mad uncle thrown into the mix. The final 20 minutes is undisputedly a contendor for most gore shown onscreen in movie history. You'll be laughing and gagging at the same time. Gore classic. 8/10 Beer Rating 5/5


I like this new Beer Movie Gold certificate, and you've cunningly coloured the writing gold, genius!!  Love Braindead, apart from the lawnmower scene, i just love the dinner and the build up. Lionel's Mum screaming "GET MY DRESS!!!!!" as the guests arrive, slumping into her chair in front of the mirror, putting on make-up and her cheek falling off  And then the ear in the custard!!  Great film

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 8/9/2010 2:23:10 PM   
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Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD


I like this new Beer Movie Gold certificate, and you've cunningly coloured the writing gold, genius!!  Love Braindead, apart from the lawnmower scene, i

If it's not got the Gold Beer standard then it not worth drinking a barrell of beer over, that's my motto. Well it's not but I'll keep it going until the novelty goes sour. Why didn't you love the lawnmower scene ? Would you have preferred a rotary to a flymo, or sythe (like in Interview with a Vampire)?

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 8/9/2010 5:06:29 PM   
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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE

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ORIGINAL: dj vivace

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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE


Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD


I like this new Beer Movie Gold certificate, and you've cunningly coloured the writing gold, genius!!  Love Braindead, apart from the lawnmower scene, i

If it's not got the Gold Beer standard then it not worth drinking a barrell of beer over, that's my motto. Well it's not but I'll keep it going until the novelty goes sour. Why didn't you love the lawnmower scene ? Would you have preferred a rotary to a flymo, or sythe (like in Interview with a Vampire)?


I think i chose my words wrong, i LOVED the Lawnmower scene. I hink i meant to out "aswell as..." instead of "apart from..."

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 8/9/2010 9:21:35 PM   
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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE

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ORIGINAL: dj vivace

quote:

ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE


Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD


I like this new Beer Movie Gold certificate, and you've cunningly coloured the writing gold, genius!!  Love Braindead, apart from the lawnmower scene, i

If it's not got the Gold Beer standard then it not worth drinking a barrell of beer over, that's my motto. Well it's not but I'll keep it going until the novelty goes sour. Why didn't you love the lawnmower scene ? Would you have preferred a rotary to a flymo, or sythe (like in Interview with a Vampire)?


I think i chose my words wrong, i LOVED the Lawnmower scene. I hink i meant to out "aswell as..." instead of "apart from..."

Thought so. I could not believe you wouldn't have enjoyed that scene. Surely one of the big lawnmower manufacturers should have sponsored Lionel's party massacre?



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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 9/9/2010 10:19:25 AM   
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ORIGINAL: DAVID GILLESPIE


Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD
This is surely the pinnacle of Peter Jackson's early gore-fuelled, comedy horrors. Focusing on hen-pecked mummy's boy, Lionel (Timothy Balme) and his attempts at a normal relationship with a Spanish shop girl (Diana Penalver ), things take a turn for the worse when mother (Elizabeth Moody) gets bitten by a rabid monkey at the zoo while spying on the young couple. It does not take long before the shit hits the fan and Lionel's house is overun by zombie family members, nurses, babies and other monstrosities. With only his trusty flymo and feisty girlfriend at his side, Lionel takes on the dead before his final confrontation with mummy and a second birth, so to speak.
Rarely has a flick so gory and morally wrong been so funny,or perhaps since Meet the Feebles and Bad Taste anyway. Anyone expecting a creepy, slow moving chiller will be disappointed as Brain Dead goes straight into adrenalin overdrive from the first couple of minutes. Jackson has tried to cram in as many repulsive scenes and setpieces (baby in a blender, spewed intestines, severed ears in custard etc) as he could possibly fit into a lean and mean 90 minutes or so. We also get a kung fu priest and a meat-cleaving armed mad uncle thrown into the mix. The final 20 minutes is undisputedly a contendor for most gore shown onscreen in movie history. You'll be laughing and gagging at the same time. Gore classic. 8/10 Beer Rating 5/5


A perfect Beer Movie yes, I couldn't believe how bloody it was when it came out, and that the BBFC passed it uncut [at a time when films like The Evil Dead and Zombie Flesh Eaters were still heavily cut and they're hardly 'serious' movies].  Helarious over top fun absolutely crammed with great ideas.  I would love Jackson to return to his early style for a film.  Maybe Braindead Meets The Feebles?!.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 9/9/2010 10:22:30 AM   
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Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD
This is surely the pinnacle of Peter Jackson's early gore-fuelled, comedy horrors. Focusing on hen-pecked mummy's boy, Lionel (Timothy Balme) and his attempts at a normal relationship with a Spanish shop girl (Diana Penalver ), things take a turn for the worse when mother (Elizabeth Moody) gets bitten by a rabid monkey at the zoo while spying on the young couple. It does not take long before the shit hits the fan and Lionel's house is overun by zombie family members, nurses, babies and other monstrosities. With only his trusty flymo and feisty girlfriend at his side, Lionel takes on the dead before his final confrontation with mummy and a second birth, so to speak.
Rarely has a flick so gory and morally wrong been so funny,or perhaps since Meet the Feebles and Bad Taste anyway. Anyone expecting a creepy, slow moving chiller will be disappointed as Brain Dead goes straight into adrenalin overdrive from the first couple of minutes. Jackson has tried to cram in as many repulsive scenes and setpieces (baby in a blender, spewed intestines, severed ears in custard etc) as he could possibly fit into a lean and mean 90 minutes or so. We also get a kung fu priest and a meat-cleaving armed mad uncle thrown into the mix. The final 20 minutes is undisputedly a contendor for most gore shown onscreen in movie history. You'll be laughing and gagging at the same time. Gore classic. 8/10 Beer Rating 5/5

This and BAD TASTE just pure total Beer Movie Gold,you can't get much better,just loved his early movies.
quote:

Dr Lenera
Thankyou, yeah, you've reminded me of that scene, am quite surprised they didn't use that in the remake.

I think they're doing a sequel. Hoping for some Flying Killers, maybe?!

Piranha II: The Spawning 1981


In this sequel to Joe Dante's PIRANHA, unsuspecting vacationers at tropical Club Elysium find that they are the main course for a school of deadly... In this sequel to Joe Dante's PIRANHA, unsuspecting vacationers at tropical Club Elysium find that they are the main course for a school of deadly piranha fish, genetically engineered as weapons by the government. One of the scientists responsible for the carnage teams up with a diving instructor to destroy the killer fish, which can launch themselves out of the water to attack, having been crossed with flying fish.

PIRANHA 2 was James Cameron's directorial debut. He was discovered by a group of producers who witnessed his genius for "directing" maggots on a prosthetic dismembered arm using electrical shocks while he was working in special effects and art direction for low-budget science fiction films. The producers were sufficiently impressed to offer him a job as director on PIRANHA 2, which was filmed on location in Jamaica.Other than that this is a so bad it's good movie,which like the first is a rip off of Jaws,and pretty much matches the first film for pacing and thrills, which isn't saying much.The Acting,Direction,Effects and story are shit,yet it's entertaining crap like the first,after all what do you expect out of a low budget horror film; cheaply made, dark and badly photographed,it's all here.There's the decent opening scene where a couple of underwater naked lovemakers get ripped apart,but then it get';s boring for about half an hour before we get some more of cheap but bloody good fun gore effects.Some tit's on show from some busty babes help keep your eyes open,and it's good Beer movie fun,for those that loved the first,or other wonderful low budget horror like Barracuda or Evil in the Deep.By the way the UK DVD release is uncut,where as the US region ! has the nudity cut,so you know which one i have.5/10


I actually have the US DVD, and remember thinking that it was missing nudity that I had seen in a TV showing, but I thought I was being a perv and just imagining it.  Totally entertaining crap yes, it's obvious that people are offscreen tipping buckets of fish over people.

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 9/9/2010 8:43:22 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Dr Lenera

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ORIGINAL: evil bill

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Brain Dead / Dead Alive (1992) BEER MOVIE GOLD
This is surely the pinnacle of Peter Jackson's early gore-fuelled, comedy horrors. Focusing on hen-pecked mummy's boy, Lionel (Timothy Balme) and his attempts at a normal relationship with a Spanish shop girl (Diana Penalver ), things take a turn for the worse when mother (Elizabeth Moody) gets bitten by a rabid monkey at the zoo while spying on the young couple. It does not take long before the shit hits the fan and Lionel's house is overun by zombie family members, nurses, babies and other monstrosities. With only his trusty flymo and feisty girlfriend at his side, Lionel takes on the dead before his final confrontation with mummy and a second birth, so to speak.
Rarely has a flick so gory and morally wrong been so funny,or perhaps since Meet the Feebles and Bad Taste anyway. Anyone expecting a creepy, slow moving chiller will be disappointed as Brain Dead goes straight into adrenalin overdrive from the first couple of minutes. Jackson has tried to cram in as many repulsive scenes and setpieces (baby in a blender, spewed intestines, severed ears in custard etc) as he could possibly fit into a lean and mean 90 minutes or so. We also get a kung fu priest and a meat-cleaving armed mad uncle thrown into the mix. The final 20 minutes is undisputedly a contendor for most gore shown onscreen in movie history. You'll be laughing and gagging at the same time. Gore classic. 8/10 Beer Rating 5/5

This and BAD TASTE just pure total Beer Movie Gold,you can't get much better,just loved his early movies.
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Dr Lenera
Thankyou, yeah, you've reminded me of that scene, am quite surprised they didn't use that in the remake.

I think they're doing a sequel. Hoping for some Flying Killers, maybe?!

Piranha II: The Spawning 1981




I actually have the US DVD, and remember thinking that it was missing nudity that I had seen in a TV showing, but I thought I was being a perv and just imagining it

Damnation, I hate when that happens. I got a yanks' copy of Swamp Thing and was disgusted when Adrienne Barbeau's titty scrub in the swamp was cut out. Bad spirited, baw-bags!!

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 9/9/2010 8:56:18 PM   
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Classic Beer Movie Moments

Predator (1987) -
Deforestation Scene
The mindless rape of mother nature for beer movie titillation or misunderstood comment on the horrors of deforestation by the hands of man, the 'we're so scared we'll shoot the hell out of nothing' scene is complete gold.


Tremors (1987) - Basement Scene
Proving that being a paranoid, tooled up American maniac can be to your advantage when you are swarmed by giant, mutant worms, this is one of the most satisfying mismatches in cinema history. You almost feel sorry for the worm when Burt reaches for that elephant gun.

Would you take an empty pay packet home to this woman?

Kickass (2010) - Buzzooka!??
Yep, it is a mindless and cheap ripoff of that Matrix scene, but the Matrix did not have the hilarious Gimp Like hero, ropey CGI and awesome crooning of The King in the background. If you can shout "F*ck yehh!!!" through the gut wrenching laughter then you are a better guy/gal than me.


Ninth Configuration (1980) - Bar Room Punch Up
Colonel Kane is not the type of guy you want to piss off but a gang of shit weasel punks manages to do just that and then suffer the fatal consequences. Awesome stuff.

Mad Max 2 (1981) - Pop goes the windscreen
Max is not the type of guy you want to piss off but a gang of shit weasel punks manages to do just that and then suffer the fatal consequences. This particular chap suffers at the end of one of Max's few remaining shotgun shells.

The Wild Bunch (1969) - Give it to em, Pike!
Still the classic,  free for all shoot em up with women, horses and anything that moves getting shot to bits. Rapid cuts galore as Pike and 3 remaining gang members take on half the Mexican army. The nazi is the second to get plugged.


Evil Dead 2 -  Let's Carve Ourselves a Witch!
Too many moments in Evil Dead 2 to mention. But when Ash kits himself up A-Team style with Chainsaw hand and sawn off shotgun to the comment, 'Groovy!!!' who's not gonna be won over.

Phantasm 2 (1989) - Ball Buster
One of the Tall Man's goons soon finds out what happens when one if those fatal metal balls gets inside you. One of the greatest final half hours in beer movie history.


Way of the Gun (2000) - Don't Jump in the Fountain
Del Toro and Phillips do their own form of Groundforce duties on a run down, Mexican Brothel. Things look bad until the Bagmen arrive and then the shit really hits the fan.


The Thing (1982) - Blood Test
It seemed like a good idea at the time. Tie up all the proposed infected to a bench and test each individual's blood. That is until the infected is detected.


The Dark Knight (2007) - You Can't keep a Good Bat Down
Has Batman finally got the upper hand over the Joker at the climax of this amazing car chase.....er no?


Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) - You chose the wrong friends, this time it will cost you
Cramming in more entertainment in the first 15 minutes than the whole of The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, Return of the Shit put together, Indy falls into one cliffhanger after another. The best start to a flick in cinema history?


Dawn of the Dead (2004) - BEHOLD, A WHITE HORSE!!!!
Sarah Polley has one hell of a morning. Escaping a rabid brat, her husband and countless neighbours before trashing her car, the credits start with The Man in Black belting out The Man Comes Around. Adrenaline pumping brilliance.


28 Weeks Later (2008) - Choptastic
I never tire of imaginative ways to kill zombies. I loved the head slicer in the original Dawn of the Dead but this takes the biscuit.


The Hidden (1987) - Alien Head Shot
What do you do when an unstoppable alien is coming at you with a buzzooka. Shoot him in the head of course.

Time Bandits (1981) - Don't touch it
Proving once and for all that you should listen to your kids, our young hero is left all on his tod in one of the most hilariously downbeat final scenes in children's movie history. Class.


Aliens (1986) - Get Away From her, You Bitch!!!
If your heart wasn't pumping at 1000mph by the point Ripley finally gets onto a level playing field with the Alien plague then I guess you should be starring as one of the titular minions in a Romero or Fulci flick.


Flash Gordon (1981) - Wingmen Attack
Sure the effects are cheesy and Brian Blessed competes against David Dickinson in the shiny stakes but when that Queen battle anthem cranks up, who isn't looking forward to this laser battle? Particular note has to go to Blessed's Buzzooka blaster that just isn't used nearly enough.










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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 10/9/2010 4:00:31 PM   
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Ah mate, genius!! Just genius!!  Please keep 'em coming. I shall think up of a few over the next few days. I like the way this thread is going, first we get a new "Gold" coloured label, now we get classic moments. Love it

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RE: The Great Beer Movie - 10/9/2010 6:37:36 PM   
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Ah mate, genius!! Just genius!!  Please keep 'em coming. I shall think up of a few over the next few days. I like the way this thread is going, first we get a new "Gold" coloured label, now we get classic moments. Love it

Much appreciated coming from you, DJ. However, there has been an alarmingly, low amount of sleaze in the thread lately and that just won't do.


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