Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by buggi, 4 May 2008.
... is on BBC 1.
Love that film, of course that has nothing to do with the horny bloke!
... there is a horny bloke in it?
snooker on beeb 2 with rocket ron
Grand Designs Live on 4.
Ipcress file starting on BBC2 in five minutes. Classic 60's film.
No, a horny woman about to watch it.
Trailer for the new one is on the MSN website.
Can someone explain just exactly what was going on in the end scene where all the women came out of the box, turned into skulls and then all the nazi soldiers seemed to have been killed with laser beams?
It was the Wrath of God, punishing the wicked. One of the most blatant examples of the deus ex machina!
So why did closing their eyes spare them from it then? Punish only the wicked who peep?
Or, why did they need to close their eyes if they weren't wicked?
I always assumed it was lost souls who kill anyone who look at them - a much more sensible theory I think you would agree.
Was great watching it last night. Temple of Doom is on same bat time, same bat channel next Sunday. The only thing I found weird was what was all that cropping going on on BBC1 having it in 4:3 (less harrison ford and less scenery in the picture ).
Taking a look at what is going on does seem to be a heinous crime in the Old Testament, though presumably Nazis deserved a more grisly end than merely being turned into salt. Isn't it a good thing that we've got religion to give people a moral code?
No worse than hollywood I suppose
I was watching Escape To Victory earlier today. I really enjoy that film.
The original pitch was for a birdwatcher to fight against the shooting of migrating songbirds, "Aiders of the Roast Lark"
Followed by Sean Connery in a Scottish Nationalist film protecting traditional dishes against EC interference, "Indiana Jones and the Dumplings of Toon".
Not to mention the romantic film about an entomologist and an Italian-American mid-West housewife, "The Midges of Bradison County".
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