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Percy Filth

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  1. Percy Filth

    Horrible Histories

    Anyone watching this? It's jolly good fun.
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    A movie watchers blog

    Wow. I really think you missed the point of the film (as well as the story, acting, humour, Rhys Darby cameo, etc). Maybe Sam Neil's character put you off? He isn't supposed to be likeable for much of the film.
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    A movie watchers blog

    I think you may have misjudged this film, and also spelled "Wilderpeople" wrong. And either used the word "cooky" in entirely the wrong context, or spelled "kooky" wrong. I can't see how anyone would find it dull - although it may have a slightly weird pacing to it. You do have to stick with it until about 30 minutes in. . And if you think it's generic, I'd love to know what genre you think it belongs to.
  4. Items are pretty much essential, how each run will go pretty much depends on them. And the items you get depends on luck. Pretty much kills the game I think. I'm not saying it's not fun, you can still get a few levels in with whatever the game throws at you, but at every stage you need to get better weapons /armor/buffs and most of the time you don't get what you need. I never bought weapons in the shop, just keys - since it so heavily based on luck, you have to hope each chest will have that special item inside it.
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    Netflix - Releases & Recommendations

    True Romance isn't a Tarantino film really though, is it? As in not 100% Tarantino, not quite brand. Hateful 8 is amazing, I don't think it's too long for what it's trying to do, it's very clearly going for 'stage presentation' thing, with intermission and all.
  6. Percy Filth

    Dark Souls - Prepare To Die... You Died.

    Wrong on the second part there Queelags sister was silent on my playthrough though, probably another covenant thing.
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    Dark Souls - Prepare To Die... You Died.

    As I remember
  8. Percy Filth

    Yesterday - Danny Boyle

    This is written by Richard Curtis, in case James Corden hadn't put you off already.
  9. Percy Filth

    Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    Do whatever you feel like! Just wandering around in Skyrim is my favourite thing, actual quests and such are secondary to exploration and discovery for me. Eventually you will accumulate enough quests that you will find yourself accidentally getting involved in one, when you were only intending to pick some flowers or something. There's no 'right' way to play, and you'll find those impossible quests become quite easy after levelling up or getting the right gear /magic /followers.
  10. Percy Filth

    The 'Not So Famous Celebrity' Death Thread :(

    Not so famous??? He was a major star (back in the day) wasn't he? I'd post a clip from Millers Crossing with his brilliant /ludicrous machine gun skills here, but you should probably just watch the whole thing instead.
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    Dark Souls Remastered

    Humanity spoilers above, for scottcr.
  12. Percy Filth

    The Haunting of Hill House

    Oh my god it so is not. Terrible writing and (some) terrible acting put this into different league, a much much lower one. Its a complete waste of time.
  13. Percy Filth

    The Haunting of Hill House

    This is awful. Boring. The drug addiction in particular is exceptionally badly done.
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    Nintendo eShop (Software Chatter)

    You might want to try a demo first... not saying it's not a great game (series) but it's definitely not for everyone.
  15. It seems a lot more manic, definitely makes the early game more enjoyable. Shame they haven't changed the map/warp mechanics though, it still really breaks up the pace of the game.
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