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The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms has risen again in this new epic monster vs city movie from J J Abrams. Very good script and superbly crafted it pays homage to The Beast and Godzilla and takes the genre to a far more personal level while losing nothing of the spectacle.
The credits mention an excerpt from The Beast but I must admit I didn't notice it on what is an incredibly wild and moving ride.
 
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Is this the fillum that began as an untitled trailer accompanying showings of 'Transformers"?
 
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That's the one. Far too much hype on the net for a story that has been told so many times before. However the teasers do fit with the structure of the film and in spite of the hype it really delivers.
 
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Braling II, "fillum" is what my Aunt Annie put in her Brownie camera. I hadn't heard that term for so long I had to comment on it.
 
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Fillums are what Irish people watch instead of movies.

(Just as telly is what English people watch instead of TV.)


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Like those Deanna admirers in the "Anthum Sprinters?"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=inV3RlOTOXM&feature=related

RE: The Tuxedoed gents are like RB's young runners...not running, but hanging on every moment in DD's presence. A graceful beauty.

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That's a "fillum" which should exist! Latest hearing of "The Lovely Isle of Innisfree" was sung by Celtic woman on the special Mrs. Dash Skate for the Heart.
 
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See my post of 15 August 2007 08:29 AM...

That lass pronounces it "Innishfree", by the way.
 
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Perhapsh she'sh related to Jodie Foshter (in Shilence of the Lambsh mode).


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You sound like Sir Sean Connery.


"Live Forever!"
 
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The name'sh Bond. Jamesh Bond.


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Saken, not shtirred?
 
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