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  1. True - but those other 6 teams all look either on it and/or have a superstar(s)/potential superstar(s) looking dangerous. I'm predicting England Portugal semi final. England have a goal lead in the last minute of extra time and are desperate to avoid penalties. Ramos looks certain to score, but wait, Ronaldo pushes him out the way to take the shot himself and skies it over the bar.
  2. I reckon 6/8 quarter finalists have got a decent shout of winning it. Croatia just don't have the legs/players to go one better than 4 year ago and Morocco probably won't be able to keep a team that shoots instead of passes at bay. Everyone else has a shot I think - it feels like a really good last 8.
  3. Whoever is Ramos’s agent is a happy man tonight as he is now worth additional World Cup zillions and the transfer window opens in less than a month.
  4. Hopefully Portugal go out tonight as well with added Ronaldo crying.
  5. Support Cardiff, live in Wales. Wife and kids are Welsh and I do go and watch Wales, but nope, I'm English/support England.
  6. I'm saying whoever wins between us and France is going to the final.
  7. Everyone in the world in every language is shouting "JUST FUCKING SHOOT" at the TV. I bet even the Spanish fans are.
  8. Are they pretending South Korea are Germany and this is revenge for 2014z
  9. One of these 8 games is going to go against the favourite isn’t it? Obviously not this one.
  10. Maybe not, but you'd think the police will be going all out to find them given it couldn't have been more high profile a robbery if they'd tried.
  11. I'm predicting 2-1, but don't know to who although it could easily be 3-2 or 4-3. We won't get another clean sheet and although it is too close to call - I don't see it going to Extra Time and Pens.
  12. Senegal putting in some cynical tackles now. Feel like a fast forward to the finish is best before someone gets crocked.
  13. Feels weird that that it’s nearly a week before the 1/4 final.
  14. In a minute they are going to put Rashford and Grealish on. Could be a proper battering.
  15. Mbappe is watching this and planning goal celebrations for his first half hatrick next Saturday (if England go through).
  16. Not as pointless and stupid as the actual penalty. ....which is now getting retaken.
  17. 3 more and he goes equal with Pele.
  18. Part 3 - Films 147 to 104 11 Points (1 Pick) - Films 147 to 143 Mike Judge directs Beavis and Butthead Do America (2006), James Gunn takes the MCU into space and full on comedy as Chris Pratt and Zoe Saladana are the Guardians of the Galaxy (2014). Taika Waititi directs and plays Hitler in Jo Jo Rabbit (2019) alongside Scarlett Johannsen and Sam Rockwell. Mark Waters directs Lindsay Lohan and, co-writer, Tina Fey in High School comedy, Mean Girls (2004) and Isao Takahata directs animation, My Neighbours the Yamadas (1999). 12 Points (1 Pick) - Films 142 to 138 Jason Segel writes and stars in Nicholas Stoller’s Forgetting Sarah Marshall (2008) with Kristen Bell. Jeff Wadlow directs Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Nicolas Cage channelling Adam West in Kick Ass (2010). Eric Idle writes, stars and co-directs, with Gary Weis, Beatles send-up, The Ruttles: All You Need is Cash (1978). Nick Park and Steve Box direct Wallace and Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005). Our first film, directed by John Hughes (and the 2nd on the list written by him) sees Anthony Michael Hall and Kelly LeBrock involved in some Weird Science (1985). 12 Points (2 Picks) Film 137 George Armitage directs John Cusack, Minnie Driver and Dan Akroyd in cracking Hitman/High School reunion flick, Grosse Point Blank (1997). 13 Points (1 Pick) - Films 136 to 127 Paul Feig has a big hit with Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy in Bridesmaids (2011). Taika Waititi directs his first film, B) which he stars in and co-wrote. Loren Horsley is the other co- writer and the Shark to Jermaine Clement’s Eagle. F, Gary Gray directs Ice Cube and Chris Tucker in Friday (1995). Zach Galligan and Phoebe Cates deal with Gremlins (1984) in Jo Dante’s 80’s classic. Christian Slater and Winona Ryder star in Michael Lehmann’s High school black comedy, Heathers (1989). Robert Stevenson directs Julie Andrews and Dick Van Dyke in beloved Disney classic, Mary Poppins (1964). Gore Verbinski sends Christopher Walken and Lee Evans on a Mousehunt (1997). James Gunn writes and directs Rainn Wilson and Elliot Page in Super (2010). Damon Beesley and Ian Morris deliver a decent 2nd big screen adventure for The Inbetweeners 2 (2014). Finally, Pixar changes the path of animated films forever as Tom Hanks and Tim Allen star in Toy Story (1995) 13 Points (2 Picks) - Films 126 to 125 Jorma Taccone and Akiva Schaffer direct and star alongside Andy Samberg in the very funny and criminally underseen, Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016). I’m assuming this is the original as Mel Brooks makes his directorial debut with The Producers (1967) starring Gene Wilder and Zero Mostel. 13 Points (3 Picks) - Films 124 Woody Allen directs himself and Diane Keaton in Annie Hall (1977) which won the best film, director and actress awards at the Oscars. 14 Points (1 Pick) – Films 123 to 119 Alfred J. Goulding directs Laurel and Hardy in A Chump at Oxford (1940). Christopher Guest directs himself, Eugene Levy and Catherine O’Hara in mockumentary, Best in Show (2000). John Francis Daley and Jonathon Goldstein directs Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams in Game Night (2018). Hal Ashby directs Jack Nicholson in The Last Detail (1973) and Ron Underwood directs Kevin Bacon and Fred Ward in classic monster horror comedy, Tremors (1990). 14 Points (2 Picks) – Film 118 Richard Donner updates a Christmas Carol as Bill Murray is Scrooged (1989) with Karen Allen. 15 Points (1 Pick) – Films 117 to 114 Sylvian Chomet directs French animated comedy, Belleville Rendez-vous (2003). I’m going to assume this is Buster Keaton’s Civil War train comedy, The General (1926) and not a Brendon Gleeson crime story. Danny Devito directs and co-stars with Kathleen Turner and Michael Douglas in The War of the Roses (1989) and David Gordon Greene directs Danny McBride and Natalie Portman in Your Highness (2011). 15 Points (2 Picks) – Films 113 to 111 Jay Roach has a big hit as Ben Stiller stars in Meet the Parents (2000) facing off against Robert DeNiro. Another massive hit as Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms and Zach Galifianakis suffer from The Hangover (2009) in Todd Phillips very funny Vegas comedy. Nick Park directs the second adventure of Wallace and Gromit in The Wrong Trousers (1993) with voice work from Peter Sallis. 16 Points (1 Pick) – Films 110 to 106 The newest film on the list is the wonderful multiverse comedy directed by Daniel Dwan and Daniel Scheinert as Michelle Yeoh and a returning, Ke Huy Quan are Everything, Everywhere, All at Once (2022). Todd Phillips directs Luke Wilson, Vince Vaughan and a memorable turn by Will Ferrell in frat comedy, Old School (2003). Stephen Chow directs and stars in Kung Fu football comedy, Shaolin Soccer (2001). Alan Parker directs BAFTA winning music comedy, The Commitments (1991). Shane Black casts Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe as The Nice Guys (2016) in very enjoyable buddy comedy. 16 Points (2 Picks) – Films 105 to 104 Adam Mckay directs Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate in Anchorman 2 (2013) which doesn’t live up to the first film, but has its moments. Sacha Baron Cohen trolls most of America as Larry Charles directs him in massive hit, Borat (2006).
  19. BBC saying no team getting maximum points in the group stage has only happened 3 times - 1958, 1962 and 1994. Brazil went on to win all 3.
  20. I liked the look of that a lot, but without the proper version of the score then it missed the mark a little bit and I'm also not allowing myself to get too excited about it as I'm day 1, but I'll be gutted if it is really shit. But the final scene in the trailer drew a smile so it is already better than the one that must not be named.
  21. We had a tribute game with Villa last night for Peter Whittingham who died at the start of the pandemic as games moved behind closed doors. The club had a bit of stick for scheduling it during the World Cup on a Wednesday night and it being a first team warm up game instead of an 'old boys' games. But it was a nice evening, helped by us winning 3-1 in an actually enjoyable friendly with two of our new young signings who've made no impact so far this season sharing the 3 goals. Here are some Whittingham goals to enjoy
  22. Very disappointed for my Welsh family and friends last night. Went out with a whimper - couldn't lay a glove on England and the brief excitement of Colwill coming on never led to anything. I think if he'd scored a consolation goal it would have made at least the Cardiff Wales fans go home/finish watching on a bit of a high note. Now Colwill can look forward to Stoke away on Saturday week!
  23. I’m predicting either a fairly drama free 1-1 or a totally drama free 2-0 England win with them an early goal and then another before half time.
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