Discuss North American DVDs and Blu-rays or other DVD and Blu-ray-related topics.
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Chelsea Field looks like a forensic artist's depiction of a suspect that three different eye witnesses described as looking like "Jodie Foster in Silence of the Lambs", "Lara Croft from the original Tomb Raider game", and "Captain Kathryn Janeway"
- Dr Amicus
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When the two of them were on the Simon Mayo / Mark Kermode radio show a few weeks back, Imogen Poots seemingly did her very best to dissuade people from actually seeing the film - she gave away the ending and described the film as a really tough watch!
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- Location: Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, UK
"I don't know...maybe we could take a look at one of the houses that isn't permanently on fire? Oh, they've already been booked up for self isolaters? I suppose that we'll have to take it then. What's the Wi-Fi situation like? Oh, all the plug sockets have melted, because of the fire? Could we, maybe, ask the sellers if they are prepared to provide a discount on the sale price because of that?"
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To be fair, The Da Vinci Co-ed’s cover is better than it deserves to be, if the top Letterboxd review is anything to go by:
This does not in fact feature a sexy Mona Lisa. It does however feature three women rubbing whipped cream and chocolate syrup all over each other.
- Joined: Tue Nov 02, 2004 4:07 pm
Next you'll be telling us that this isn't really about a president who's Lincoln on his right half, Trump on his left, and is always squabbling with himself (with the right half getting totally fed up near the beginning of the first scene). So much the worse—it's arguably the worst "film"—more like one of those kinds of alt-right videos that YouTube's algorithm keeps recommending to people, except that this one got a Blu-ray/DVD release—on that list.