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God Bless The Internet 17:46 - Mar 3 with 2990 viewsCaptain_Sham

I just watched 12 years a Slave, American Hustle and Gravity for nowt. I didn't realise they just balls out put them up there. I had the gravity dvd in my hand in Tescos earlier and put it back. Came home and googled 'Gravity free online'.I am stunned . It begs the question why does anyone buy dvds any more?

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God Bless The Internet on 17:51 - Mar 3 with 2191 viewsJackfath

Or CDs.

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God Bless The Internet on 17:53 - Mar 3 with 2185 viewsDarran

God Bless The Internet on 17:51 - Mar 3 by Jackfath

Or CDs.


I like CDs to read the liner notes,LPs were the best though.

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God Bless The Internet on 17:53 - Mar 3 with 2185 viewsCaptain_Sham

God Bless The Internet on 17:51 - Mar 3 by Jackfath

Or CDs.


Indeed, Spotify is slowly hoovering up all the artists who withheld their tunes.

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God Bless The Internet on 18:07 - Mar 3 with 2154 viewsCountyJim

God Bless The Internet on 17:51 - Mar 3 by Jackfath

Or CDs.


I still like buying CD`s Fathy and browsing the CD sections of retailers
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God Bless The Internet on 18:12 - Mar 3 with 2143 viewslibertine

God Bless The Internet on 18:07 - Mar 3 by CountyJim

I still like buying CD`s Fathy and browsing the CD sections of retailers


sadly the interweb does not have the atmosphere of the virgin record store in Swansea in 76 though.

besides that piratebay is great.
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God Bless The Internet on 18:14 - Mar 3 with 2135 viewsDarran

Album covers used to be lush.

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God Bless The Internet on 18:55 - Mar 3 with 2099 viewslibertine

My offspring are envious of my prolific collection of lps, what have they got to look through while buzzing on their dubstep.
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God Bless The Internet on 19:01 - Mar 3 with 2091 viewsThursday

If you watched them for nothing, two sound answers to your question are: to watch them legally, and because they don't know how.
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God Bless The Internet on 19:05 - Mar 3 with 2084 viewsexiledclaseboy

We watched 12 Years a Slave the other night. Gripping but grim. Not exactly a feelgood film.

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God Bless The Internet on 19:23 - Mar 3 with 2058 viewsRancid

Any good then? Sir Alex Ferguson was at the Oscars and said Captain Phillips was the best film he'd seen all year and was disappointed it wasn't nominated.

Come on Sham, if Fergie can do it then surely you can!! I'm in the mood for a good film tonight.
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God Bless The Internet on 19:33 - Mar 3 with 2041 viewspierre91

God Bless The Internet on 19:23 - Mar 3 by Rancid

Any good then? Sir Alex Ferguson was at the Oscars and said Captain Phillips was the best film he'd seen all year and was disappointed it wasn't nominated.

Come on Sham, if Fergie can do it then surely you can!! I'm in the mood for a good film tonight.


...can recommend American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall St.. Dallas Buyers Club is a must see. Of the current Oscar Cycle, these are the ones (and Gravity) I enjoyed most. 12 yrs is/was brilliant but hard hard work.
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God Bless The Internet on 19:40 - Mar 3 with 2030 viewslibertine

12 years a slave is nothing new or ground breaking though, Wolf of wall street and American hustle both great films
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God Bless The Internet on 19:40 - Mar 3 with 2025 viewsJackfath

Gravity is / was very disappointing.

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God Bless The Internet on 19:47 - Mar 3 with 2015 viewsCountyJim

God Bless The Internet on 19:40 - Mar 3 by libertine

12 years a slave is nothing new or ground breaking though, Wolf of wall street and American hustle both great films


I thought American hustle was shite not a patch on British Hustle
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God Bless The Internet on 19:53 - Mar 3 with 2010 viewsRancid

God Bless The Internet on 19:33 - Mar 3 by pierre91

...can recommend American Hustle and The Wolf of Wall St.. Dallas Buyers Club is a must see. Of the current Oscar Cycle, these are the ones (and Gravity) I enjoyed most. 12 yrs is/was brilliant but hard hard work.


Cheers.I think i'll go for Dallas Buyers Club.Saw The Wolf of Wall St. too, really enjoyed.
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God Bless The Internet on 20:00 - Mar 3 with 1998 viewspierre91

...btw, whilst Captain Phillips is a Tom Hanks tour-de-force, the better of his films this year was Saving Mr Banks, the Walt Disney/Mary Poppins/ PL Travers (Emma Thomson) biopic. True,accurate, or not, it REALLY is entertaining
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God Bless The Internet on 20:45 - Mar 3 with 1962 viewsSwanjack10

God Bless The Internet on 19:40 - Mar 3 by Jackfath

Gravity is / was very disappointing.


Is it that bad, looking forward to seeing that .

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God Bless The Internet on 20:59 - Mar 3 with 1939 viewsCaptain_Sham

I enjoyed them all in differing degrees and ways. '12 years' was all the more harrowing as it was a true story. Gravity was beautiful to watch but there were some real big asks in the 'suspension of disbelief' required to enjoy this film, not really what I was expecting from a 'science 'film. It was more like " The fast and the furious" meets " Dark Star" and by Dark Star, I mean the last two minutes. American Hustle was dafter than a dodgem full of monkeys and just as hard to follow.
(I think Gravity would have been awesome If she just carried on floating into space for the whole two hours. It could have been a real exploration of loneliness and acceptance and mortality etc. Like Geralds Game, but shes floating in space, not handcuffed to a bed )
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God Bless The Internet on 21:07 - Mar 3 with 1915 viewsThursday

God Bless The Internet on 20:45 - Mar 3 by Swanjack10

Is it that bad, looking forward to seeing that .


It was one of the few films I went to see at the cinema. Definitely a visual film. Looked fantastic in 3D at the cinema. If it's not going to look good on your TV, I'd give it a miss as it's all about the look of the film and not much else.
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God Bless The Internet on 23:14 - Mar 3 with 1825 viewsSA1_Jack

I've been regularly downloading films on the internet since I had my first 150k "broadband" connection back in 2002 (technically wasn't broadband, though ntl said it was). Back then it took me days to download a film but always meant we'd have a decent new film to watch every weekend. These days it's much quicker to illegally download a film than it would be to nip out to a blockbusters to rent one (well, if they even still exist?!) so yes I agree, god bless the internet!
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God Bless The Internet on 23:37 - Mar 3 with 1809 viewsEbo

God Bless The Internet on 18:14 - Mar 3 by Darran

Album covers used to be lush.


Great for skinning up on back in the day!

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God Bless The Internet on 07:40 - Mar 4 with 1746 viewsMrSwerve

God Bless The Internet on 20:45 - Mar 3 by Swanjack10

Is it that bad, looking forward to seeing that .


One of the worst films I've seen recently, although admittedly I watched it on a tv with no 3D. The storyline is non-existant. I'm amazed that it's been nominated for so many awards.

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God Bless The Internet on 08:24 - Mar 4 with 1728 viewsjack_lord

I have watched a quite a few on XBMC over the last couple of weeks. Some I would never have bothered with and certainly wouldn't have bought the dvd but actually enjoyed them. Gravity got turned off as I got bored.

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God Bless The Internet on 09:51 - Mar 4 with 1700 viewsperchrockjack

Its why Ive avoided it ;I mean I can guess the ending.

Nothing beat buying an LP. It was tangible and you saved up for it and loved it to death.

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God Bless The Internet on 10:11 - Mar 4 with 1679 viewsPatchesOHoulihan

God Bless The Internet on 08:24 - Mar 4 by jack_lord

I have watched a quite a few on XBMC over the last couple of weeks. Some I would never have bothered with and certainly wouldn't have bought the dvd but actually enjoyed them. Gravity got turned off as I got bored.


Yeah just got that XBMC - more for sports than anything else as haven't really watched a lot of films in years due to the repetitiveness of Sky Movies but since I got it......

Last 3 nights I have watched

Wolf of Wall St - Very entertaining
Rush - Typical quality from Ron Howard - would recommend to anyone
Pain & Gain - Harmless entertainment

My problem now is choosing what to watch out of the last 3 years of films that I have probably missed

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