On 21 Nov 2009 at 8:17pm Film Buff wrote:
Found a great film today online.
Telstar.(2008) Story of Joe Meek.Sterling cast including Ralf Little,Pam Ferris,Kevin Spacey and the big guy from Gavin and Stacey...
Put Movies 25 in Google,put Telstar in the searchbox and chose version 8 from the list.Full movie,all in one with no buffering.
On 22 Nov 2009 at 12:53am Blue Stocking wrote:
1962 by the Tornados.
On 22 Nov 2009 at 10:39am Film Buff wrote:
Is it? I didn't pay....
On 22 Nov 2009 at 12:38pm frankiesgirl wrote:
its a great film, and the guys name is James Corden
On 22 Nov 2009 at 2:15pm Film Buff. wrote:
I think you need to block pop ups...Otherwise you get the adverts trying to get your credit card details.
On 22 Nov 2009 at 4:46pm Alex wrote:
Film Buff, just so people know the site you're promoting links directly to illegally downloaded and copied files. for the ones still in the cinemas it'll mostly be camcorder jobs with people's heads in the way or Russian subtitles on the screen. Older ones may be illegally ripped and copied DVDs. So morally, the same as buying dodgy DVDs from car boot sales. The more people follow your lead, the less likely films like Telstar, or indeed any other independent films, will manage to get financed and made as their investors need to get their money back. Something that's hard enough at the best of times. Of course people can and will do what they want, but I just wanted to at least make it clear that watching films this way is another form of piracy, which hopefully some people might still be reluctant to support.
On 22 Nov 2009 at 5:58pm Film Buff. wrote:
Fair enough Alex. Actually a friend rang me today about my post and told me the same thing.I was most indignant as I thought it was downloading that was the big No No,which I wouldn't do. But it appears these sites I use are just as bad...
Don't go there...
On 22 Nov 2009 at 6:14pm Alex wrote:
Cheers Film Buff. Didn't mean to come across all Wrath of Khan there, just a bit of a personal concern of mine, being in the biz. There's a whole generation of kids growing up thinking they shouldn't have to pay for anything they watch or listen to, and you don't need to be an MBA to wonder how that's sustainable.
On 22 Nov 2009 at 10:31pm There Be Pirates wrote:
I appreciate your concern Alex, but unless you advocate censoring the internet, then that's just the way it is. Someone will always put up something for free. Why they do this, who know. Maybe just to p1ss off people like you.
On 23 Nov 2009 at 3:05pm windows wrote:
isn't it a rubbish flim anyway? If it's rubbish you should'nt have to pay for it. In fact if flims have an endorsement they've made their money, everything should be free and you only pay for a real item like a DVD with extra stuff.
Just a thought and I don't want to people to go out of work.
On 24 Nov 2009 at 3:18am Not from around here wrote:
Windows, that's complete rubbish! Even if something is not very good (in your opinion) that does not give you the right to steal it, cos that's what illegal downloading is. Would you go into a DVD store and steal a DVD of a 'poor' film? Probably not because you might get caught..
Get real man!
On 24 Nov 2009 at 9:16am windows wrote:
Whoops! I've been told off! sorry everyone...just an option.
On 25 Nov 2009 at 12:05pm DFE wrote:
dont worry windows, i love to download from the net, it might stop such rubbish acts from the X factor ruining the music industry