Bestest Christmas Films Ever

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Re: Bestest Christmas Films Ever

Postby high eight » Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:56 pm

Joolz wrote:Bernard and the Genie....Just wish I could get hold of it now


Yes, that was fun.

I've just watched that new thing with Eddie Izzard (Lost Christmas). Oh. My. God. :shock:

And I thought that It's a Wonderful Life was drivel. I will never, ever complain about Clarence-the-bloody-Angel again.

It was awful. Just awful - I need a vomiting smiley here. It was all summed up at the end by some poor sod with a Tom Waits-style voice singing Paul McCartney's Wonderful Christmas Time over the gooey, sentimental ending as if the idiotic lyrics actually meant something:

The choir of children sing this song.
Ding...... Dong....... Ding ...........
....D-o-o-o-o-o-n-n-g-g
[Vomiting smiley]

I just hope they paid him well as he was the only one in the whole lousy thing who put any sort of effort into his work on it.
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Re: Bestest Christmas Films Ever

Postby Who's Wee Dug » Mon Dec 19, 2011 1:07 am

high eight wrote:
Joolz wrote:Bernard and the Genie....Just wish I could get hold of it now


Yes, that was fun.

I've just watched that new thing with Eddie Izzard (Lost Christmas). Oh. My. God. :shock:

And I thought that It's a Wonderful Life was drivel. I will never, ever complain about Clarence-the-bloody-Angel again.

It was awful. Just awful - I need a vomiting smiley here. It was all summed up at the end by some poor sod with a Tom Waits-style voice singing Paul McCartney's Wonderful Christmas Time over the gooey, sentimental ending as if the idiotic lyrics actually meant something:

The choir of children sing this song.
Ding...... Dong....... Ding ...........
....D-o-o-o-o-o-n-n-g-g
[Image]

I just hope they paid him well as he was the only one in the whole lousy thing who put any sort of effort into his work on it.

This one do. Image or Image
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Re: Bestest Christmas Films Ever

Postby high eight » Mon Dec 19, 2011 1:12 am

Who's Wee Dug wrote:
high eight wrote:
Joolz wrote:Bernard and the Genie....Just wish I could get hold of it now


Yes, that was fun.

I've just watched that new thing with Eddie Izzard (Lost Christmas). Oh. My. God. :shock:

And I thought that It's a Wonderful Life was drivel. I will never, ever complain about Clarence-the-bloody-Angel again.

It was awful. Just awful - I need a vomiting smiley here. It was all summed up at the end by some poor sod with a Tom Waits-style voice singing Paul McCartney's Wonderful Christmas Time over the gooey, sentimental ending as if the idiotic lyrics actually meant something:

The choir of children sing this song.
Ding...... Dong....... Ding ...........
....D-o-o-o-o-o-n-n-g-g
[Image]

I just hope they paid him well as he was the only one in the whole lousy thing who put any sort of effort into his work on it.

This one do. Image or Image


Thanks Wee Dug - either will do.
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Re: Bestest Christmas Films Ever

Postby Who's Wee Dug » Mon Dec 19, 2011 1:13 am

He willnae tak' a drink! I think he's deid! , on the other hand though A Midgie in yir hand is worth twa up yir kilt.
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