can someone please quickly ..

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recommend a few decent films.. gangster/comedy/ect.

im ill and not got t.v. so im on doovdes for a while ..

today and yesterday watched ..

gangster no.1
trainspotting
waterboy :D"tackling fuel"-"captain insano shows no mercy"
step brothers
oldschool


so yea.. anything along these lines.. ill quickly download them now.. badman on the piracy biz :wave:

ive not seen that many classics, and not many dvds to be fair.. so chuck the classics in the air and ill check em out ..
 

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Gangster and comedy, mainly gangster, fuckin brilliant!!
cheers, got it downloading.. not seen it.. its on nealry 10%.. so should be ready to watch later. will let you know what i thought. if its shit your a cocknose.. but i rekon ive heard of it before a few times..
 

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cheers, got it downloading.. not seen it.. its on nealry 10%.. so should be ready to watch later. will let you know what i thought. if its shit your a cocknose.. but i rekon ive heard of it before a few times..
Im a cocknose anyway but let me know what you think anyhow, someone skanked it off me ages ago so gonna need to kill them soon
 

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Pulp Fiction
Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
Layer Cake
Shooter
Snatch

Watched these two recently, fried my brain for a good few hours after:
The Butterfly Effect
Vanilla Sky (The only Tom Cruise film which is bearable that comes to mind)
 

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Midnight express is a good one:

Midnight Express is a 1978 Alan Parker film based on Billy Hayes' book of the same name adapted into screenplay by Oliver Stone. Hayes was a young American student sent to a Turkish prison for trying to smuggle hashish out of Turkey. The movie deviates from the book's accounts of the story, especially in its portrayal of Turks, to such a level that many have criticized the movie version, including Billy Hayes himself. Later, both Oliver Stone and Billy Hayes expressed their regret on how Turkish people were portrayed in the movie.[1] It starred Brad Davis, Irene Miracle, Bo Hopkins, Paolo Bonacelli, Paul L. Smith, Randy Quaid, Norbert Weisser, Peter Jeffrey and John Hurt. Alan Parker directed and David Puttnam produced. The film's title is prison slang for an inmate's escape attempt.

I will stop now less i wont stop...
 

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McVicar is a good English classic.

As for gangster... Godfather 1 & 2, Once upon a time in America, Pulp Fiction, Reservoir Dogs, True Romance.....

There's decent English ones as well though. Have you seen the original of 'The Firm' - Nick Love released a remake about a month ago? Well the original's better. I.D's a good film as well. Rise of the Footsoldier, Goodbye Charlie Bright is a funny one, corr trying to think of films you like 'on the spot' is quite hard....!
 

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that south west 9 or whatever looks like itll take a few years to d/l ..

but reminded me about a new film called District 9 .. so ive got that downloadin... you seen it ??
 

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Yeah the firm is good or a film called:

Cass, the true story about cass pennany who was well known in the inner city firm, he beame frank brunos body guard aswell i tihnk
 
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