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    Saw T2 last night,wasn't expecting much tbh. How wrong I was ! A really superb film go watch it !

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    Going to see it tonight!

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    Watched T2 this week. Loved it!

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    Bloody brilliant!!

    Very well done, and notably different from the original, so not just a badly produced repeat of the first one. Funniest bit was when Renton and Sick Boy use an anti-Catholic song to distract the bigoted regulars at a stalwartly Protestant pub, after robbing them blind - and their stolen bank cards all had the same pin number of 1690!

    Awesome entertainment, all round, and highly recommended

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    It seems T2 is worth splashing the cash on a cinema visit some favourable comments coming in guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Bloody brilliant!!

    Very well done, and notably different from the original, so not just a badly produced repeat of the first one. Funniest bit was when Renton and Sick Boy use an anti-Catholic song to distract the bigoted regulars at a stalwartly Protestant pub, after robbing them blind - and their stolen bank cards all had the same pin number of 1690!

    Awesome entertainment, all round, and highly recommended

    Marco.
    Some laugh out loud moments for me in this film but primarily a nostalgia trip.

    If you can live with that it's a good film and I think we all know a Begbie we can relate to.

    Spud's redemption was a good story line I thought.
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    Just a good, solid, well-written film, with all the right ingredients for those who like that sort of stuff, and with a great soundtrack, too! There's nothing really not to like

    When 'the beast is suitably awoken', I can worryingly be a bit too much like Begbie.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Bloody brilliant!!

    Very well done, and notably different from the original, so not just a badly produced repeat of the first one. Funniest bit was when Renton and Sick Boy use an anti-Catholic song to distract the bigoted regulars at a stalwartly Protestant pub, after robbing them blind - and their stolen bank cards all had the same pin number of 1690!

    Awesome entertainment, all round, and highly recommended

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    Uh-oh, spoiler alert! 😉
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    Quote Originally Posted by HackneyRF View Post
    Uh-oh, spoiler alert! ��
    Yes , in its' truest sense!

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