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» The best space sci-fi film to date ? (Go to post)18-02-2018 @ 20:30 
KevC86 said:Finally got round to seeing Passenger last night. Nothing spectacular, but a very enjoyable watch and an interesting premise.


Yeah it was better than I thought it was going to be. Decent enough. Bar tender was the cool . Initially reminded me of The Shining Happy
» The biggest bullshit in strength :- either equipment, diet or advice ? (Go to post)15-02-2018 @ 21:03 
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The self satirising marketing speel.
» Ancestry tests (Go to post)10-02-2018 @ 20:36 
Would be cool to find out, but wouldn't effect anything.
» The best space sci-fi film to date ? (Go to post)28-01-2018 @ 10:10 
dannyboy73 said:Did they ever make a sequel to district 9?

Was indeed a great film and worthy of a sequel. .


Alas no
» The best space sci-fi film to date ? (Go to post)27-01-2018 @ 14:24 
ben66 said:District 9. Oft over looked, but a great, original film.


Brilliant film. Not as good but Elysium is decent
» The best space sci-fi film to date ? (Go to post)27-01-2018 @ 14:22 
billynomates said:Is Prometheus any good?


Mehhhee. For me it's riddled with 'why are you doing that moments!' which took me out of the moment. It was decent and certainly worth a watch
» The best space sci-fi film to date ? (Go to post)17-01-2018 @ 20:51 
Rick said:Actually Arrival was the year before, wasn't it. Not sure I have an outstanding SF film from last year unless you count Logan. I liked BR and Ghost In The Shell a good deal, but for me they're not as strong.


Mehhee didht think much of Ghost in the Shell. Thought BR was truly amazing and can certainly be compared to the 1st. Loved Logan too. Easily the best xmen based film.. Unless you count Deadpool as such.
» The best space sci-fi film to date ? (Go to post)17-01-2018 @ 17:55 
I very much enjoyed Ex Machina which I only saw recently. Really good!
» The best space sci-fi film to date ? (Go to post)17-01-2018 @ 17:53 
Nimble said:I remembering enjoying Solaris a lot. Both the original and the remake


I'd take the original tbh although it's tougher going
» The best space sci-fi film to date ? (Go to post)17-01-2018 @ 17:52 
Rick said:The best film of last year was SF: Arrival.


Very good SF film indeed

Best SF I saw last year was Blade Runner 2049.

I think most of my fav SF films have been mentioned; Space Odessy, Alien, Blade Runner, Matrix etc. Not sure it's true SF, but John Carpenters 'The Thing' is one of my favourite films of all time. I have they up there with Alien for SF horror.

Love 'Fith Element' top.

Interstellar was good but didn't think was 'amaxing'. I preferred the Martian.


Star wars whilst imensily enjoyable I wpuld not place highly as an SF film.

Wrath of Khan is off course the best Star Trek film!
» How many... (Go to post)06-01-2018 @ 19:04 
Errr one chicken. You'd be set after that. Job done
» Non barbell assistance work (Go to post)23-12-2017 @ 13:01 
JackRevans said:Belt squats have been talked about a lot recently. What's the sugden school of thought regarding them?


There good to work round back injuries or a lower stress, more quad dominant, movement. I kept a load of strength at the start of last year from doing them when I couldn't Squat.
» Non barbell assistance work (Go to post)22-12-2017 @ 21:03 
Machine belts squats have been done regularly this year. Mainly due to back/hip injuries.
» Sonny Webster Takes Creatine (Go to post)16-12-2017 @ 22:50 
BigMacca said:
They did, he's had all off his supplements tested and none of them contained any trace of Osta


Shocked
» British Powerlifting (gbpf) (Go to post)10-12-2017 @ 20:59 
PeteHodgson said:
M1?


Yep Happy

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