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Films you've watched recently, ideal for some ATM CV19

MK Shrimper

Conceited Snob
Aug 6, 2005
Why do so many 80s films have scenes that make you cringe when watching with kids?

I am thinking of the bit where invisible hands unzip ray Stantz...
Absolutely. Hand over eyes time there, fortunately very short.

Also the scene where Sigourney is possessed and tells Venkman that she wants him inside her. :Facepalm:


Life President
Jan 21, 2007
Watched Mcvicar with Roger Daltry and Get Carter with Michael Caine.

Both are gritty and well acted British criminal type films, albeit quite dated.
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Super Moderator
Staff member
Aug 14, 2009
Westcliff riviera
Saw Stephen Frears' 1987 Bio-pic of Joe Orton Prick UP Your Ears again yesterday.Wonderful British film scripted by Alan Bennett.
How did you get that P word past the swear filter?
Maybe starting with a capital P?
Big Prick or little prick, it doesn't matter, it's one of those words where it's non slang meaning takes precedence. So by all means prick your fingers gentlemen, but we trust you not to call each other Big Pricks. :Thumbs up: