Tonyblack wrote:I just watched Sin City. Brilliant!
MongoGutman wrote:Tonyblack wrote:I just watched Sin City. Brilliant!
That was my reaction too. Did you get a resonance with Pulp Fiction? Maybe it's just the interlocking stories vibe...
Bouncy Castle wrote:If you are talking about the current BBC version of Sherlock, then it's the first time for ages that the actor has been able to use his real accent.
He's from the Republic of Ireland.
Bouncy Castle wrote:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PASSAGE-TO-MARSEILLE-Humphrey-Bogart-DVD-sealed-region-2-PAL-/380467816459?pt=UK_CDsDVDs_DVDs_DVDs_GL&hash=item5895a6280b
Tonyblack wrote:Crys, there really are only three episodes, but the double DVD contained the pilot episode, which was never shown on TV. A Study in Pink is actually a remake of that pilot.
My DVDs certainly have English subtitles because when we tried to watch it PBS in America, Sharlene had difficulty in understanding what they were saying, so when I bought the DVDs I checked that they had subtitles and have watched them with those subtitles.
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