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Dead Mans Shoes.

On 23 Feb 2011 at 6:41am Film Buff. wrote:
Richard returns home from military service to a small town in the Midlands. He has one thing on his mind: revenge. Payback for the local bullies who did some very bad things to his brother. At first his campaign employs guerrilla tactics, designed to frighten the men and put them ill at ease. But then he steps up his operation, and one by one these local tough guys are picked off by the terrifying angel of vengeance that Richard has become.
This is one of my favourite films of all time.
Directed by Shane Meadows ( This is England )
Great soundtrack too....
On 23 Feb 2011 at 9:42am Ed Can Do wrote:
That's a great film. Similar in some ways to Outlaw (Sean Bean, Danny Dyer, Bob Hoskins taking the law into their own hands) and Wilderness (Sean Pertwee and a load of criminal kids getting picked off one by one on a remote island).
On 23 Feb 2011 at 8:27pm Film Buff. wrote:
When ( and if ) you visit on of my fave film sites ( safe by the way as I have never had a problem with this one) click on the triangle,not the download button next to it.
Then you will play it straight.
PS.I like Danny Dyer.Last week my of my other many fave films was on Film 4,called The Business...Great film.
On 23 Feb 2011 at 8:49pm Film Buff. wrote:
Harvey Pekar is file clerk at the local VA hospital. His interactions with his co-workers offer some relief from the monotony, and their discussions encompass everything from music to the decline of American culture to new flavors of jellybeans and life itself. At home, Harvey fills his days with reading, writing and listening to jazz. His apartment is filled with thousands of books and LPs, and he regularly scours Cleveland's thrift stores and garage sales for more, savoring the rare joy of a 25-cent find. It is at one of these junk sales that Harvey meets Robert Crumb, a greeting card artist and music enthusiast. When, years later, Crumb finds international success for his underground comics, the idea that comic books can be a valid art form for adults inspires Harvey to write his own brand of comic book. An admirer of naturalist writers like Theodore Dreiser, Harvey makes his American Splendor a truthful, unsentimental record of his working-class life, a warts-and-all self portrait. First published in 1976, the comic earns Harvey cult fame throughout the 1980s and eventually leads him to the sardonic Joyce Barber, a partner in a Delaware comic book store who end ups being Harvey's true soul mate as they experience the bizarre byproducts of Harvey's cult celebrity stature.
This is another one of my faves.True story,very dry and funny.
Again,click on the triangle unless you want to downolad it.
On 25 Feb 2011 at 3:45pm interested party wrote:
Any chance webby that links to illegal film downloads could not be allowed here?
On 25 Feb 2011 at 11:22pm Film Buff. wrote:
Please delete my posts Webby.

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