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Jug McKenzie

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  1. This is probably neither the time nor the place, but I still can't accept the Darth Sidious name, or any of the other Darths since the first one. He's the Emperor and that's that. I just can't get past Ben Kenobi calling him by his FIRST NAME in Star Wars when they're scrapping and he says something like, "you can't win Darth". Unless Darth is the Star Wars equivalent of John and there are just a lot of space Johns. But that's unlikely.
  2. I always have my answer ready for whenever this question comes up. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Proof of Life: I saw it at a press screening back in 2000 when I was working at Capital Radio - at the screening it was just me, my senior exec, and the agency reps who we were hoping would choose us for its radio advertising campaign. In the taxi on the way back I just couldn't help myself, and I spent about 20 minutes ranting about how terrible a film it was. We never got the booking from the agency after that and I got a serious ticking off for not keeping my mouth shut in the taxi. Had to be done though!
  3. I've got a little Golem Books special offer running at the moment: The February Free-For-All! For the rest of this month, everyone who purchases The Book of the Game of the Film from the Golem Books website will be sent a FREE copy of The 8-Bit Book - 1981 to 199x! That's both books for just £21.99 plus p&p. To take advantage of this offer, head for the Golem Books website and scroll almost to the foot of the page, then just follow the appropriate PayPal link and away you go! ---> https://jerellis1.wixsite.com/golembooks Also, the last few copies of the hardcover limited edition of The 8-Bit Book are now only £24.99 plus p&p each - if you fancy nabbing one while you still can, you'll find all the details by following the above link and scrolling about 5cm further down. Finally, work continues on Arcade Imperfect, which is still set for publication later in the year, albeit closer to the end of the year now than the summer (pesky real life getting in the way recently!) I'm almost halfway there though, so you can be sure it's still coming one way or another!
  4. Done it again! Just got back from seeing Holmes and Watson (currently tied with The Nun as the worst film I've seen all year, and likely to stay there now) which means I've racked up 100 films at the cinema in a calendar year for the fourth year in a row. Here's my 2018 list: 1. Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri 2. Molly’s Game 3. Hostiles 4. The Greatest Showman 5. Darkest Hour 6. Star Wars: The Last Jedi 7. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle 8. All the Money in the World 9. The Post 10. Coco 11. Early Man 12. Journey’s End 13. I, Tonya 14. The Commuter 15. Downsizing 16. Phantom Thread 17. Tad the Lost Explorer 18. Black Panther 19. The Mercy 20. The Shape of Water 21. Status Update 22. Lady Bird 23. Mom and Dad 24. Game Night 25. Peter Rabbit 26. Blockers 27. Red Sparrow 28. Unsane 29. Isle of Dogs 30. A Quiet Place 31. Ghost Stories 32. Ready Player One 33. Love, Simon 34. Avengers: Infinity War 35. Deadpool 2 36. Solo: A Star Wars Story 37. 2001: A Space Odyssey 38. Hereditary 39. Maquia 40. Sicario 2: Soldado 41. Leave No Trace 42. Whitney 43. The Secret of Marrowbone 44. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom 45. Incredibles II 46. Skyscraper 47. Mama Mia – Here We Go Again 48. Hotel Transylvania 3 49. Hotel Artemis 50. The Producers 51. Mission Impossible: Fallout 52. Teen Titans Go! To the Movies 53. Ant Man vs The Wasp 54. The Meg 55. Heathers 56. The Equalizer 2 57. Christopher Robin 58. The Festival 59. BlacKkKlansman 60. Searching 61. Alpha 62. Upgrade 63. Crazy Rich Asians 64. Yardie 65. The Children Act 66. The Nun 67. Puzzle 68. American Animals 69. The Predator 70. A Simple Favour 71. The Little Stranger 72. The House with a Clock in its Walls 73. The Wife 74. A Star is Born 75. Venom 76. Halloween (1978) 77. First Man 78. They Shall Not Grow Old 79. VS. 80. Halloween (2018) 81. Bad Times at the El Royale 82. Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween 83. The Necromancer 84. The Hate U Give 85. Bohemian Rhapsody 86. Mirai 87. Overlord 88. Creed II 89. Green Book 90. Ralph Breaks the Internet 91. Sorry to Bother You 92. Beautiful Boy 93. Aquaman 94. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 95. The Grinch 96. Stan and Ollie 97. Bumblebee 98. Die Hard – 30th Anniversary 99. Mary Poppins Returns 100. Holmes and Watson Someone just asked me for my top five, which put me on the spot a bit, but after a few moments' reflection I settled on Bad Times at the El Royale, Upgrade, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, BlacKkKlansman and Leave No Trace (in no particular order, and not counting reissues of classics like 2001: A Space Odyssey or Die Hard). Already got films booked for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of January! Movies!
  5. Shenmue 3 in just over six months people!
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    Aquaman

    I had a great time with this too, although I'm inclined to believe the daftness was all pretty deliberate. Oh boy did it look lovely though!
  7. Jug McKenzie

    Aquaman

    Ha, I sea what you did there.
  8. Alan Cumming was amazing in this - I also thought it was the best episode so far, which is saying something as there have been a few really good ones already. Going to miss it on Christmas Day this year!
  9. Am I totally imagining a vague nod to a classic Who monster or do we reckon it was intentional?
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