MattBlackLamb Posted January 4, 2008 Share Posted January 4, 2008 Whether you're into the latest blockbusters or weird arthouse films, this is the place for you So, come one, come all, roll up, roll up, it's the opening night & you're all invited Basically, you can talk about films here, if it's been put onto celluloid & then projected onto a cinema screen you can talk about it here. Any films are up for discussion, so grab your ticket to the hottest premiere in town. For starters I'll tell you some of my favourite films Blazing Saddles: A great film by a brilliantly funny man, cowboy humor at it's best. Young Frankenstein: By the same director as Blazing Saddles (Mel Brooks) this is just as good & should be watched by all The Producers: Mel Brooks' first outing & this has to be one of his best films, set in New York in the 60's about a Broadway producer that wants to make the biggest flop ever. Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels A British comedy about four men who have one week to get £500,000. Comes highly recommended but not good for family viewing. Snatch More London based Brit comedy, this time it's about boxing & diamonds. If you liked Lock Stock, chances are you'll like this. The Original Pink Panther Films Peter Sellers is a fantastically funny man, ho shows it very well in these films with the ineptitude of the hero Inspector Cleuso, a fantastic watching for the family. The Ealing Comedy Series The series consists of four films entitled: Kind Hearts & Coronets, The Man In The White Suit, The Lavendar Hill Mob & The Ladykillers. All featuring Alec Guinness, (most famous for playing Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars), playing a variety of roles. IF you like slow paced black comedy's then this is certainly the series for you. The films are suitable for all but would be more suited to older people with more patience. Right, that's enough from me, it's your turn now. Have fun watching Quote dA Son, someday you will make a girl happy for a short period of time. Then she'll leave you & be with men that are ten times better than you can imagine. These men are called musicians. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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