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  1. erocker

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    I have all of it on DVD. One of my favourite shows.

    *I spelled favourite that way just for you guys. :toast:
     
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    Didnt the americans get a different red dwarf though?
     
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    What, like Shameless?? *snigger*
     
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    summer steam sale guys, some looks good others are the usual.
     
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    Don't know. I have the UK version and it's the only version I know of.
     
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    Just for all of you

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    I fixed the link. Thinking of changing my avatar to Mr Bean...

    ... j/k lol:laugh:

    Blackadder is one of my favourites.
     
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    Eh, don't worry I don't think anyone actually watched it. They learned their lesson. I have to say though, I thought the US version of Life On Mars was pretty good. They didn't veer off too much from the Uk version as far as the story goes, used good character actors and all that.
     
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    Was it as politically incorrect though?
     
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    Oh yeah! It was set in the 70's!
     
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    Seen ashes to ashes?
     
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    Funny you mention it, I'm at 89% on my download. :D
     
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    I watched It on BBC 1/hd, I take it you dont get that in the us
     
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    Anybody remember last of summer wine? Compo was a legend!
     
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    haha nora batty's saggy tights,the best birth control evaahh
     
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    So i went to watch the new Transformers film,all i can say is the story/plot wise is exactly identical to the previous 2 which i know some people say its okay for a bit of repetitive story plot,and there isn't anything else they could do since their not exactly following the original Transformers. Like how Resident evil live films didn't lol. Although it was an okay film but i find the story dull just because it sounds similar to previous 2,only thing i liked which is also same comment i talked about in previous 2 films is the actions. This my opinion though and i love the original Transformers show,lot of people liked the film that i know but to be it didn't really shock me to point id give it like a 8 or 9/10 film,if i was to rate it i would give it a 6/10 just because the action was impressive and great to watch but story which i find a bit of disappointment for me.
     
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    good for me -- i havent even seen the 2 previous movies
     
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    What do you mean same plot as the last 2? I remember no. 2 having a plot best described as 'Megan fox' or 'no plot at all'
     
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    I'll give you an example.
    1st one= the all great all spark has the power and history related to the Transformers
    2nd= A great device which was build to destroy sun to resurrect their kinds/provide energon source

    They all link with power,power and power and its always something to do with oh this has great power and the 2nd has even better power for a similar purpose. If that makes sense and 3rd has the same sort of guideline to the Transformers amazing "devices" for different purposes but still link with POWER. Oh did i mention they are all some 'powerful' device which has same purpose of either saving or destruction and they all start of with destruction occuring.
     

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