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I'm watching repeats of the Leicester -v- Glasgow game!! Leics didn't know what hit them inside of the first minute!! There were times I thought I was watching a 'Top Internationals side' -v- All Comers from Treorchy Comp XV!! The real treat, was the subtle way the Weegies kept making small, but very effective adjustments to their game plan! I can't think of a better game I've watched this season, although, Wasps/Toulouse was a classic arm-wrestle last week!! What team, in any league, performed like Glasgow did tonight? Seemed they were single-mindedly demonstrating, that any game, in any conditions, against any team, can be a a try-fest if the side producing such magic, shows why rugby is an 80 minute handling game with barely any kicks needed to make a difference! Outstanding!! I would very definitely, gladly pay for that on a regular basis!!

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10 Cloverfield lane

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John Goodman, Roseannne's husband and Fred Flintstone, what a performance, brilliant.

Is it a sequel to Cloverfield. I'm not saying :D

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Shooter on netflix, very good start. Very prison break


Good call that. Looked it up after you posted it.
It's given me something to do for the next 8 hours in the office pretending to work.

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Looking forwards to Homeland tonight.
the last series was much better so this should be as good I'm hoping.

other than that, TV has gone poor for good things to watch but NO OFFENCE is quite good.


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Fids the Blindside wrote:
10 Cloverfield lane

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John Goodman, Roseannne's husband and Fred Flintstone, what a performance, brilliant.

Is it a sequel to Cloverfield. I'm not saying :D

I enjoyed it much more than cloverfield tbf

The third instalment is out this year I think?


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Cloverfield was a great movie, and totally underrated. Gonna look out for the second one.

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Finally got round to watching Pan's Labyrinth.
Absolutely incredible film. Thoroughly recommended.

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anybody seen bone tomahwawk?

Have to decide if it's a watch on my own job or if I wait until Mrs CJ is available to watch it

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The last episode of Taboo. Still brilliant and the Apocolypto is on later. An Inca chase film in an Indian language, seen it before and it's great.

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CymraegJanner wrote:
anybody seen bone tomahwawk?

Have to decide if it's a watch on my own job or if I wait until Mrs CJ is available to watch it


Its a good film. Very brutal in places during the second half.Not a film for Mrs CJ in my view.


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The last episode of Taboo. Still brilliant and the Apocolypto is on later. An Inca chase film in an Indian language, seen it before and it's great.

Thought it was supposed to be the Mayan language? Great film though

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CymraegJanner wrote:
anybody seen bone tomahwawk?

Have to decide if it's a watch on my own job or if I wait until Mrs CJ is available to watch it


Its a good film. Very brutal in places during the second half.Not a film for Mrs CJ in my view.

Yeah theres definitely some brutality in that!

I said it was a bit gorey and maybe not her thing, but she insisted that as she often comes home from work with bits of people on her, she'd be fine.

Which was a fair point, and she was, I however can never unsee that bisection

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Tales from the coast with Robson Green.

Love shows like this.

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well worth a watch, captive conger eels and the devils slide

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