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    I liked some of the changes they made in V for Vendetta
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    Yeah, me too. They made quite a decent stab at that, I think.

    I think that Watchmen will turn out to be a good movie, too. Maybe not exactly shot for page, but they're trying very hard to keep as close to the spirit as possible, from what I've seen.
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    Watched the Borat film last night. Some good bits.
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    Watched Transformers today and enjoyed it.
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    Spent Monday morning slumped on the sofa and watched the Hitchock double bill on BBC2 - Suspicion and Notorious! Joan Fontaine was so wet in Suspicion I wanted to slap her.

    Anyway, they got me hooked back on old black and white films, so I had to record the last hour of Dangerous Moonlight yesterday morning as I was going out (come on a pianist who becomes a fighter pilot in WWII and gets amnesia, who could resist?) - looking forward to watching it later, after Spellbound.

    Still to drag myself into the modern day - I watched most of V fo Vendetta when it was on a few days ago. Quite enjoyed it - it seemed quite lightheartedwhen I first tuned in (V cooking eggs in that get up looked quite comical to me anyway) but got very 1984 after a while.

    Oh, and I've just caught up with the rest of the world and seen all the Lord of the Rings films. I loved them. Particularly Aragorn.
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    Extended versions or standard theatrical?
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    I think Claire likes Aragorn's Extended Version, if you know what I mean and I think you do...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deep Black View Post
    Extended versions or standard theatrical?
    Blind me with science would you, Deep? Standard ones I think - they were on C4 a couple of months back.
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    I think Claire likes Aragorn's Extended Version, if you know what I mean and I think you do...
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    New DVD's, Touching the void & march of the penguins
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