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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 4/9/2006 9:31:39 AM   
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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 4/9/2006 12:11:52 PM   
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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 4/9/2006 12:36:05 PM   
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I too love Labyrinth, It was one of my favourites when I was a kid and I too had a huge crush on Jennifer Connelly in that film....she's sooooooo beautiful!

My favourite characters were Ludo, Sir Diddymus and a special mention to the little blue worm at the beginning of the maze!


Why don't you come in and see the missus?


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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 4/9/2006 4:47:09 PM   
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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 19/12/2006 6:59:05 PM   
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Bump up because i watched it last night!
gran made me watch it years ago...another thing i love her for!
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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 20/12/2006 12:06:51 AM   
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Labyrinth, woop!

Greatest Film ever!

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 20/12/2006 12:20:25 AM   
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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 20/12/2006 4:55:23 PM   
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It is a very good film. The monsters that break into pecies stil scare me though.

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 20/1/2007 12:02:22 PM   
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The start of my love for Jennifer Connelly started here.
 
Those eyes, that smile, those norks....
 
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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 21/1/2007 7:54:05 PM   
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Oh Boy.....

I only wish Tina Turner never borrowed him the wig! and I cannot tell you how many times I repeat I, I...can't live with-in you' because it's at that very moment you see his anguish - Quite good acting by the Thin White Duke

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 22/1/2007 8:29:10 AM   
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When I was at uni me and my friend had an interesting conversation about Labyrinth - imagine how mentally traumatised that kid must be now, seeing all these live-action goblins dancing around with David Bowie at such a young age. 

What a strange earliest memory to have.

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 22/1/2007 11:44:30 AM   
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i love this film but i havent seen it in ages. I think i might buy it actually.

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 13/6/2007 5:09:18 PM   
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found labyrinth amzing when i was younger, completely forgot about it until i found a cheap DVD. wow!

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 29/6/2007 9:02:57 PM   
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Anthing with Jennifer Connelly in it is great. Always loved this film and I work with a bloke that looks like oggel .

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 29/6/2007 9:08:07 PM   
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Great film!  Sir Diddymus is my favourite, he's so cute bless him. David Bowie used to scare the crap out of me when I was younger though.  Think it was his crotch to be honest.  Dance magic dance! 

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 29/6/2007 9:59:50 PM   
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Great film!  Sir Diddymus is my favourite, he's so cute bless him. David Bowie used to scare the crap out of me when I was younger though.  Think it was his crotch to be honest.  Dance magic dance! 


Sir Didymus is my favorite character too, that loveable little fearless fox. Labyrinth is a great film,  can't even begin to count the number of times I've seen it, old-fashioned adventure,great songs and extremely good puppets and sets. I'm a huge fan of the late Jim Henson's output and this is no exception.



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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 29/6/2007 10:02:23 PM   
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didymus kicks arse, but the worm is the best character in it "n'ah im just a worm...."

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 29/6/2007 10:05:39 PM   
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Great film!  Sir Diddymus is my favourite, he's so cute bless him. David Bowie used to scare the crap out of me when I was younger though.  Think it was his crotch to be honest.  Dance magic dance! 


Sir Didymus is my favorite character too, that loveable little fearless fox. Labyrinth is a great film,  can't even begin to count the number of times I've seen it, old-fashioned adventure,great songs and extremely good puppets and sets. I'm a huge fan of the late Jim Henson's output and this is no exception.



"Ambrosius!"


The puppets are still looking great and I don't think the film has dated that much considering.  Loving the Dead man av by the way.  Very cool.


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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 29/6/2007 10:11:48 PM   
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didymus kicks arse, but the worm is the best character in it "n'ah im just a worm...."


"Come in and meet the missus." The worm is a great character, and the catalyst for the plot

Love the doorknobs too, and the old dude with the hat.."It's so stimulating being your hat"

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 29/6/2007 10:14:22 PM   
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ORIGINAL: Lazy wolf eyes

Great film!  Sir Diddymus is my favourite, he's so cute bless him. David Bowie used to scare the crap out of me when I was younger though.  Think it was his crotch to be honest.  Dance magic dance! 


Sir Didymus is my favorite character too, that loveable little fearless fox. Labyrinth is a great film,  can't even begin to count the number of times I've seen it, old-fashioned adventure,great songs and extremely good puppets and sets. I'm a huge fan of the late Jim Henson's output and this is no exception.



"Ambrosius!"


The puppets are still looking great and I don't think the film has dated that much considering.  Loving the Dead man av by the way.  Very cool.



It's a bit dated, but with these wonderful puppets and the genuine mood intact, it still holds up nicely.
Thanks for the avatar compliment, you've still got the best one on the forum though.

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 29/6/2007 10:37:51 PM   
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the music dates it a little bit (magic dance is still fucking awesome though!),ill always equate this with the Dark Crystal,another wonderful Henson production,remember watching both all the time when i was a kid

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 30/6/2007 12:20:46 PM   
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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 1/7/2007 2:31:46 PM   
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Loved this movie as a kid - still do...best song in this film -  Underground...

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 1/7/2007 4:26:02 PM   
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I watched Labyrinth for the first time last night. It was ok. Bowie and the songs weren't that great.... However, the puppetry was excellent and Connelly was quite good!

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 2/7/2007 7:16:36 PM   
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I love this film, had a major crush on David Bowie (in fact I probably still do) and loved the songs so much had to buy the soundtrack. It has slightly dated but its one of those films you can watch again and again

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 10/7/2007 10:26:02 AM   
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Gawd bless the Labyrinth!

Anyone up for a Game of Scrabble?

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 10/7/2007 5:11:11 PM   
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You have to love Labyrinth.

I always had the feeling that Bowie didn't quite know he was in a film. Like he'd been hanging around with Iggy Pop, completely off his head, then just stumbled on to the set.

And was Jim Henson responsible for the Bowie's cod-piece? Shudder.


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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 12/7/2007 10:42:53 AM   
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Brialliant film for 2 reasons

1) David Bowies tights

2) At te end during the song on all the stairs when he does a reality bending hair-pin turn

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 12/7/2007 11:56:51 AM   
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Ahh I love this film! Classic  especially love these guys



and this song:

Song: Chilly Down Lyrics
When the sun goes down (when the sun goes down)
And the bats are back to bed (and the bats are back)
The brothers come 'round (the brothers come 'round)
I get out of my dirty bed (my dirty bed)
I shake my pretty little head (I shake my pretty little head)
Tap my pretty little feet (tap my pretty little feet)
Feeling brighter than sunlight (oh)
Louder than thunder (oh)
Bouncing like a yo-yo, wooh (oh)

Don't got no problems (no problems)
Ain't got no suitcase (no suitcase)
Ain't got no clothes to worry about (no clothes to worry about)
Ain't got no real estate or jewelry or gold mines to hang me up.

I just throw in my hand (throw in my hand)
With the chilliest bunch in the land (in the land)
They don't look much (oh)
They sure chilly chilly (oh)
They positively glow glow, huh (oh)

Chilly down with the fire gang
Think small with the fire gang (It's the only way)
Bad hep with the fire gang (a smile a day keeps the doctor away)
When your thing gets wild
Chilly down

Chilly down with the fire gang (Hey, I'm a wild child)
Act tall with the fire gang (whoo, walk tall)
Good times, bad food (yeah)
When your thing gets wild
Chilly down, chilly down

Drive you crazy, really lazy, eye rollin', funky strollin', ball playin'
Hip swayin', trouble makin', booty shakin', tripping, passing, jumping
Bouncing, drivin', stylin', creeping, pouncing, shoutin', screamin'
Double dealin', rockin', rollin', and a reelin'
With the mackin' sex appealin'.
Can you dig our groovy feelin'?

So when things get too tough (get too tough)
And your chin is dragging on the ground (dragging on the ground)
And even down looks up (down looks up)
Bad luck heh heh,
We can show you a good time (show you a good time)
And we don't charge nothin' (nothin' at all)
Just strut your nasty stuff,
Wiggle in the middle yeh
Get the town talkin', fire gang

Chilly down with the fire gang (think small)
Think small with the fire gang
Bad hep with the fire gang (hey, listen up)
When your thing gets wild
Chilly down

Chilly down with the fire gang (hey, shake your pretty little head)
Think small with the fire gang (tap your pretty little feet)
Good times, bad food (come on, come on)
When your thing gets wild
Chilly down

Chilly down with the fire gang (wooh)
Think small with the fire gang
Bad hep with the fire gang

All the songs were amazing from this film oh and I might have had a small crush on David Bowie

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RE: Labyrinth Appreciation Society! - 12/7/2007 12:06:36 PM   
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Words cannot describe Jennifer's beauty.

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