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Old 11th February 2013, 01:47 AM   #41
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Malcolm from 1986. Don't know how I missed it then. Should be very popular with the DIY crowd.
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I'm convinced that "OW My Balls!" will actually be on next year.

I posted about this movie a year or so ago and a good friend of mine reported that he couldn't get through 15 minutes of it, he hated it so much. Ah, well.
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I posted about this movie a year or so ago and a good friend of mine reported that he couldn't get through 15 minutes of it, he hated it so much. Ah, well.
The doctor scene is so awesome!

Mike Judge needs to work on pacing or something for appealing to the mass audience - it is a problem with Office Space as well.
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Haha! I love wipeout!

Tell me about his pacing. What's wrong with it?
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Old 15th February 2013, 08:47 AM   #47
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Mike Judge needs to work on pacing or something for appealing to the mass audience - it is a problem with Office Space as well.
I hope he never does. These films were both absolute gems. There's plenty of other film-makers churning out product for the citizens of 500 years hence; it's nice that there's at least one guy making some intelligent fare that doesn't need to be paced like a Tex Avery cartoon.
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Malcolm from 1986. Don't know how I missed it then. Should be very popular with the DIY crowd.
That's a blast from the past!! I might have to track that down

Another favourite Aussie film of mine is Proof Proof (1991) - IMDb

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