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    Walk it, and work off some of that beef!

    Only kidding shweety, have a great night, mate

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    I'd love to, but it's pissing it down and forecast to get worse
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Well that's a film and a half Marco.

    Very dark, disturbing, challenging, complex and thought provoking. I still haven't pieced it all together yet and I'll most definitely be seeing it again. Heck of a movie and heck of a performance by Joaquin Phoenix.

    I hope you get to see it?
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    I'm going tomorrow to see it in Liverpool, mate - and after your comments, I'm now looking even MORE forward to it! I just knew that this film would likely be worth the effort of driving 40 miles to go and watch...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post

    Very dark, disturbing, challenging, complex and thought provoking.
    Well, the director is a Scottish female. It goes with the territory.

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    Lol - I know where you're coming from. When it comes to films, give me "dark and disturbing" every time, over 'light-hearted and cheery'!

    Throw in some 'brutally deranged' and 'harrowing', and I'm as happy as a serial killer in an axe museum

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    Haha, well I think you should like it then, certainly brutal and more than a liberal dusting of deranged . .

    I'm going to try and see Lady Bird today, before seeing Mo Pitney and Ashley Campbell in Brum. Yeehaa ya'll
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    Well, that was, erm 'interesting'.... I shall say nowt until Ben's seen it. Oh, and Mr Chilli was top notch, btw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Well, that was, erm 'interesting'.... I shall say nowt until Ben's seen it. Oh, and Mr Chilli was top notch, btw!

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    I think we are seeing it tonight if all goes according to plan Marco. Glad u enjoyed Mr chilli too!

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    Good stuff, Ben. It'll be interesting to see what you think of the film.

    It's some size that Odeon complex in Liverpool ONE - about ten times that of the one in Wrexham! Feels rather cosmopolitan too, around there, with all the nice bars and restaurants. Cool vibe... Not been in Liverpool at night for years! It's very much like Glasgow is now

    Mr Chilli was fab. Great food (nice and spicy, as I like it), pleasant staff, and full of Chinese people! We were the only 'Brits' in there, which is exactly how we like it.

    The only thing was on the traditional Szechuan menu, aside from soups, there were only cold starters, which was a bit strange for us (no dim sum, like there is at Mei Mei - maybe dim sum isn't a Szechuan thing?) although the starters are very good, as were the mains, but the portions were HUGE!

    I think they're definitely designed for sharing, such is the way Chinese people eat, which was tricky as my wife is veggie (she loved her stir-fried broccoli in garlic sauce)... So we had to take half it home in a 'doggy bag'. No bad thing though, as we can enjoy it again today for lunch!

    We'll certainly go back again, particularly as they're open during the day, which is when we usually go shopping in Liverpool, and would defo recommend it to friends.

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