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Old 10-10-2004, 02:24 PM   #16
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I want to see this!
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Just saw this last weekend - AMAZING!!!!!
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Old 01-28-2005, 07:19 PM   #18
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hey, someone revived this thread.

fucking hilarious movie. me and my little brother (he's 13) watched it over winter break.

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Old 01-28-2005, 07:33 PM   #19
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Good movie, though. Its a shame you Americans don't get 'Black Books' over there (or do you), where Dylan Moran (who plays the Irish moron in 'Shaun') stars. An amazing series.
It is airing now on BBC America. I am enjoying it. They also aired Dylan Moran's comedy special. He is very funny.

I rented Shaun of the Dead and will probably be watching it tonight.
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I saw it in the theatres last October, and I bought it the day it was released. Along with Eternal Sunshine, this is my favorite film from last year. So damn funny...
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Black Books

I liked Shaun of the Dead, but it wasn't as funny as I hoped it would be.
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What night is Black Books on BBC America?
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Old 01-29-2005, 01:22 PM   #23
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What night is Black Books on BBC America?
It's on Thursday nights at 11:30pm, right after Trailer Park Boys, which is another very funny Canadian show that you should check out. They replay both shows several times throughout the evening. I'm on Pacific time so check your local listings to be sure.

I saw Shaun of the Dead last night and I really enjoyed it. It was actually much scarier in parts than I thought it would be, for a comedy. Very well done!
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I saw it in the theatres last October, and I bought it the day it was released. Along with Eternal Sunshine, this is my favorite film from last year. So damn funny...
same here!!!
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It's on Thursday nights at 11:30pm, right after Trailer Park Boys, which is another very funny Canadian show that you should check out. They replay both shows several times throughout the evening. I'm on Pacific time so check your local listings to be sure.

I saw Shaun of the Dead last night and I really enjoyed it. It was actually much scarier in parts than I thought it would be, for a comedy. Very well done!
cool thanks! I have watched Trailer Park Boys a few times and liked it.
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I rented it tonight and just finished watching. Fan-fucking-tastic! I LOVE this movie! My favourite part is where they're trying to choose which records to throw.

And, oh yeah, you've got red on you.
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I wanna watch this movie,,, Not sure if its out in Denmark... been reading about it for awhile
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Old 01-30-2005, 11:20 AM   #28
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This film's great. Simon Pegg - anyone else love his sitcom "Spaced"? It used to be on channel 4, it's genius.
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