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Subject:  Pirates of the Carribean 3

27/05/2007 02:02 GMT

Pirates at the Academy, Hindmarsh Square Tuesday Night.
See SFSA emails from Tammy for more details.
Reports are that it is better than #2.

be there or be out of the state!

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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

27/05/2007 23:52 GMT

Arrrrrrrrrrrr. Bring you parrot if you have one.

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

01/06/2007 20:27 GMT

don't forget the monkey off my back, he needs a rest and a night out.

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

02/06/2007 02:55 GMT

monkey on my back, parrot on my shoulder and my dog has flogged my keys.

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

03/06/2007 06:38 GMT

I didnd't get to see it until this weekend and thoroughly enjoyed it! I didn't even notice how long it was and made it through without  a loo break!  and that little monkey is one of the best actors ever!


I laugh in the face of danger, then hide til it goes away. ~Xander
 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

03/06/2007 10:03 GMT

I wonder if it is the same monkey from the movie "Night at the Museum"?

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

04/06/2007 07:03 GMT

why do you want to slap this monkey as well.

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

05/06/2007 09:01 GMT

Narp!
Just want to feed it.

   

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

05/06/2007 23:59 GMT

Feed it?  nah, we need to teach it who to throw poo at ...


Never settle with words when a flamethrower is so much more fun ...
 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

06/06/2007 09:10 GMT

Who do you have in mind? 

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

06/06/2007 23:53 GMT

Tom Wolfe

(Madagascar reference)


Never settle with words when a flamethrower is so much more fun ...
 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

07/06/2007 09:16 GMT

You do, You clean it up.

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

14/06/2007 06:55 GMT

who are you thinking of...

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

21/07/2007 05:54 GMT

Pirates 3 was pretty ordinary I thought.

The first 15 mins were good, but then things stopped at a standstill and dragged on and on and on....... and then followed by a 30 min finale to wrap up the plot in a rushed manner.

Why is Hollywood these days tacking on unessessary sequels original films?

I thought the first Matrix film was great....and then it got ruined by the dull sequels.

The first Pirates film stood alone very well and didn't need a follow up.  While No 2 was pretty good, No 3 just stretched the concept to breaking point.  Now I hear that No 4 is in the works, yikes!!

Whatever happened to the era of original ideas and thought?  Is that over?

Surely there are entertaining stories out there that haven't been told and don't need pointless follow ups.

I would like to one day see a film and not think afterwards 'I bet they ruin it with a sequel'.

Is that too much to ask????

 
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Subject:  Re: Pirates of the Carribean 3

22/07/2007 01:27 GMT

Yes

 

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