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well you see in them Days we never had all the high tech plus acting was more important. It´s a great film same as "Scum"
Truth. I would watch "Scum" later.

I don't think that high tech destroyed movies. There was computer animations well through 90s and we still had good movies .Degradation of movie (and music) industry started somewhere in mid 00s. I guess internet and piracy had something with that, but there is other factors too. Now we also see gaming industry going down.

When I say they are going down i mean quality of a product, as for money making that probably doing good.
 
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Truth. I would watch "Scum" later.

I don't think that high tech destroyed movies. There was computer animations well through 90s and we still had good movies .Degradation of movie (and music) industry started somewhere in mid 00s. I guess internet and piracy had something with that, but there is other factors too. Now we also see gaming industry going down.

When I say they are going down i mean quality of a product, as for money making that probably doing good.
I like more old School actors..not saying i don´t like modern films.
 

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I like more old School actors..not saying i don´t like modern films.
Watch modern films for the effects but old school for acting, good stuff like Zulu and Zulu Dawn, also one of my personal favourites , A bridge too far. Plus nothing beats a good old spaghetti western.
 
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Watch modern films for the effects but old school for acting, good stuff like Zulu and Zulu Dawn, also one of my personal favourites , A bridge too far. Plus nothing beats a good old spaghetti western.
yeh..love These old School actors ..Richard Burton was a piss head but was a Quality Actor. seemed more manly then, (no Homo)
 

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yeh..love These old School actors ..Richard Burton was a piss head but was a Quality Actor. seemed more manly then, (no Homo)
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They said he was drunk most time during filming of this movie
 
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This guy was rugged(charles Bronson)big-house-usa-0.jpg but no Boozer...even did push ups when filming & rope climbing. Clint Eastwood also trained at "Vince Girondas Gym"..look him up. I spoke to Bob Kennedy (rip) a couple of times on the phone. He was the Editor of Muscle Mag Int. Spoke About Vince how he kicked Eastwood out his Gym. True Story. below charles Bronson...
 
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Vince Gironda trained many Hollywood stars in his gym, Bob Kennedy was a friend of his...on that note i also spoke a few times to Bill Pearl. He spoke a bit out his Navy time in Korea. A good Guy....
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Jean Jacques Burnel(Karate man)...on Bass. Great Band with a very heavy Bass & blues Sound possible in the high Point of punk.
 
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For the real Oldies on here… Ginger Baker on drums...crazy guy.
 

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Playlist of the day. Some classic music (if you were listening to them as young kid, then you are classic too)





 
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Remember listening to this in the Naafi Bar when drunk as a Skunk....:cool: was Always being played. I do like old Frank Sinatra.
 

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Arenes of Nîmes has during July a musical festival
Opening night we had Texas and Simple minds followed by Sting and Shaggy. ..others too sh*t to mention
 
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Remember as a Young guy listening to the John Peel Show on the Radio...was a great guy who put Music out there….the Ruts...
 

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