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Re: Cinemas

by Vikash » 28 Dec 2018, 01:49

Steve wrote
Is that legal in South Africa...
Vikash wrote:I wanted to go watch a flick this evening, but my mom needs a partner for a wedding
Is that legal in South Africa... :O
:O :lol!:

Re: Cinemas

by HEAD80 » 22 Feb 2009, 01:27

i watched zack and miri make a porno last night. Quite funny.

Re: Cinemas

by MahlerOO5 » 21 Feb 2009, 11:06

Vikash wrote:I wanted to go watch a flick this evening, but my mom needs a partner for a wedding
Is that legal in South Africa... :O

Re: Cinemas

by Vikash » 21 Feb 2009, 10:29

I wanted to go watch a flick this evening, but my mom needs a partner for a wedding :Doh:

I have a serious phobia re my relatives :mad:

Re: Cinemas

by HEAD80 » 21 Feb 2009, 07:18

Going to the movies tonight. Managed to get tickets for $8 a pop. Just over 3 pounds in your language. :razz:

by Jester » 14 Feb 2009, 15:27

Vikash wrote: I must also add I am pleasantly surprised by Daniel Craig's portrayal of the master spy. Best Bond ever in my opinion.
Take that back. There's only one Bond and that's Sean. Now go wash your mouth out with soap.

by Vikash » 14 Feb 2009, 09:12

Yup, I have, RTB. Good movies 8)

Just something about the new Bond movies that have got me hooked. More realistic, gritty, no-nonsense, and the character's not perfect. I must also add I am pleasantly surprised by Daniel Craig's portrayal of the master spy. Best Bond ever in my opinion.

Ciao!

by From red to blue » 13 Feb 2009, 19:27

I'm really enjoying the new James Bond flicks
Have you seen the Bourne trilogy of films, Vik?

Bourne Identity, Bourne Supremacy, etc...

by rossobantam » 13 Feb 2009, 17:06

yeh Steve can't beat National Trust I guess....Fountains Abbey is stunning, Brimham Rocks is fab for climbing (not pro stuff, I'm talking being-a-kid-again climbing :Fade-color )

Eden Camp is great....we went 2yrs ago:

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by Vikash » 13 Feb 2009, 09:37

Watched three flicks about a month ago: two Bollywood movies and Quantum of Solace. Three great movies, three fantastic evenings :thumbsup:
I'm really enjoying the new James Bond flicks, by the way :razz:

by MahlerOO5 » 13 Feb 2009, 08:35

Liverpool Arena is now open...coincidentally I am currently working on a similar idea for Leeds...

Been to the Railway musuem, that model train layout is great, the girls liked the royal trains.

Eden Camp in North Yorks is a good one too, former POW camp now full of wartime stuff and displays, including various AFVs

Dare I say it, National Trust membership gives lots of good value....

by rossobantam » 13 Feb 2009, 01:22

From red to blue wrote:I used to live near York but never went to the railway museum. I went to the other one though near Clifford's Tower - I can't remember the name, but what I really enjoyed about it was the sweet shop in the Victorian street and the exhibition of ordinary domestic goods and furntiture of the 20th C. It wasn't free, but it's one of the best museums I've been to.
that'll be Castle Museum....'tis a fantastic place, takes an age to meander through it all. Railway Museum is crafty...free entry but car park costs £375 for the day..well, nearly

Magna is very good. I went to Beamish 1977 (year it opened IIRC) school trip.

by From red to blue » 12 Feb 2009, 20:12

I used to live near York but never went to the railway museum. I went to the other one though near Clifford's Tower - I can't remember the name, but what I really enjoyed about it was the sweet shop in the Victorian street and the exhibition of ordinary domestic goods and furntiture of the 20th C. It wasn't free, but it's one of the best museums I've been to.

by From red to blue » 12 Feb 2009, 20:06

Albert Dock is brilliant. I've been there countless times. The Tate is marvellous, and the Maritime isn't bad either. And then there's the ferry too. The last time I went there, there was a half-built stadium by the car parks - I guess that's finished now Mahler? The only downer for my children was that they didn't get to go on the amphibious duck vehicle, but apart from that we had a fab day out.

by lionofludesch » 12 Feb 2009, 19:54

Don't forget the National Rail Museum in York, Steve.

Takes two days just to go round it properly.

Fantastic value for nowt.

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