Pathfinder; is there anything good to come out of it?

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Pathfinder; is there anything good to come out of it?

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Sweet God in Heaven. I watched this because my brother-in law brought it over and said, you like swords and stuff, you'll enjoy this. If I can save one poor soul from this horror then my evening will not have been lost in vain.
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But it's whatsisface (Eomer) from Lord of the Rings and I'd happily watch him read out the phone directory for an hour or two so I didn't notice the plot or minor things like that.... :D

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Ah, I see, so its all down to me not being inclined towards members of me own gender now is it?
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Oh yes, Karl Urban is very pretty. Forced myself to watch Doom because he was in it. At least in this one he gets his kit off. Also the chap from Brotherhood of the Wolf is in the cast - double pretty!!

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is that the really bad last of the mo hekens one your on about or more dribble of the same name
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Post by ViscontesseD'Asbeau »

A veritable crumpet feast.

Shame about the story because the basic premise is a really brilliant idea, and now they've ruined it for anyone coming after!

But who cares. Eomer but with less clothes on. :D

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ViscontesseD'Asbeau,

if you like the premise, have a look at the original movie, Ofelas. Might be a bit hard to find though, it being not only old, but also foreign...

I haven't seen it in years, but remember it being good.

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Had the pleasure of meeting Karl at an event some years ago. He is a very nice chap
Oooooh.... wobbly knees here. You lucky thing!

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Lena wrote:ViscontesseD'Asbeau,

if you like the premise, have a look at the original movie, Ofelas. Might be a bit hard to find though, it being not only old, but also foreign...

I haven't seen it in years, but remember it being good.
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Marcus Woodhouse wrote:If I can save one poor soul from this horror then my evening will not have been lost in vain.
Too late mate. :(

The chase using a round shield as a sledge and the Orcs, sorry, the "Vike" actually on sledges was a real gem, think James Bond and the toboggan chase! :lol:
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ahh that movie i was thinking of the 80s version which was a cheap nock off/ prequill to last of the mohekans, didnt mind the new one as long as you took it with a sack full of salt and a factory worth of taquila
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Post by ViscontesseD'Asbeau »

You can get multi region DVD players from Amazon I think for about £15. We just got one to see 'Beowulf', though still not watched it yet. Thanks for that tip about Ofelas - will look out for it.

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ViscontesseD'Asbeau wrote:You can get multi region DVD players from Amazon I think for about £15. We just got one to see 'Beowulf', though still not watched it yet. Thanks for that tip about Ofelas - will look out for it.
You can go on the internet and get the codes to change your DVD player into a multi region player.

Just doa search for your DVD players name and model and type in multi reegion crack code. Simple as. doesnt cost anything and is totally legal.

I've done it and have ahd no problem.
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