Discussion in 'Movie Forum' started by GalacticaActual, Jun 10, 2005.
Any simpsons fans out there. If so then get ready for a big summer simpsons movie.
Here for details.
2007 though That sucks
mmmmmm simpsons movie mmmmmm
Wonder what certificate it will be?
The problem I have is that I used to love the simpsons, but they really do seem to be struerling to keep up the standard these days. Will it be a case of that everthing in the movie will alreday have been done in the series?
I fear that it might be the case. Theres one thing for sure the movie will have a lot to live up to.
as long as its 90mins of homer at his best it will be amazing. series 16 has gotta be one of the funniest homer is in his element cracked me up all the way through
mmmmmmmmmmmm free goo!!!
Never had Sky, never realy knew what series I was watching when it was on Beeb 2.
Finished the S4 DVD boxset recently and now part way through Season 5. Realy top draw stuff now. Many classic episodes.
Can only hope this sort of quality goes on for at least another half a dozen seasons or so
ik haven'y watched it on sky for a while but the quality was dipping then (friends inform me its improved the last couple of seasons) the simpsons doesnt need a movie. its a sitcom!!! christ! memories of "on the buses" and "man about the house" tut
There was three of the buses movies
On the buses.
Mutiny on the buses.
Holiday on the buses.
My goodness I hope the simpsons movie is better than those
Dave stop being an anorak!! any "on the buses" questions will be puished over to you as you seem to be the expert
(olive looked like my aunt but to be fair most women looked like olive in the early 70's no wonder there were powercuts population would have died out without the dark )
I tell you , its amazing the absolute useless trivia about old tv and movies I know
Question: what was the name of the one armed washer upper in Robins nest?
ready steady go.....
who was played by
David Kelly ...........................who also played O'riley the irish builder in faulty towers.
and this weeks gold anorak award goes too........ Dave S
(as Dave approaches the stage to collect his award from Lucy Pinder - voice overman is heard) Dave gave up the day job in 2004 to become a professinal anaorak. Since then he hasn't looked back - hes already taken the Batterstar Geek of the year award and word around the campfire is that he has is eye on the ultimate geek prize "The Star trek award". this is his first 70's sitcom gong - but i'm sure it wont be his last. The future is so bright for dave that he may need a new anorak
Yes ,yes, yes, but where would you be without my battlestar updates and plasma know how
OH and Dr Who links
and movie trivia.
and startrek and stargate and.............................(goes on and on until audience in comatoesed )
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