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#75 why dafuqwizat didn't cheat: in TF2 General Discussion
TwiggyFinally some activity around here

I mean, he got downfragged for this, but it's getting better.

posted 3 weeks ago
#17 Using nullmovement puts you at disadvantage in Customization

Ahhhhhh so that's why I'm not good.

posted 4 weeks ago
#4 shes turned in Off Topic

shes taken the weans to Isengard!

posted 1 month ago
#7 Turkish Thread in Off Topic

Doner meat and chips please mate.

posted 1 month ago
#18 Generally not well known films.... in Music, Movies, TV
buudHeres some more they range from amazing to good in no particular order

Paris, Texas (1984) - story of a lost man who forgot who he is and is found wandering the mojave desert
Brazil (1985) - a pretty absurd and fun light hearted dystopian film
Escape from New York (1981) - the whole city of New York is a heavily guarded prison surrounded by massive walls, but inside there is a whole society the convicts have built
Deliverance (1972) - 3 men go kayaking down a big river before it gets flooded for industrial purposes, what they expect is southern hospitality
Waterworld (1995) - cool post-apocalytic mad max style SF where the entirety of earth is covered in water, this had potential to be one of the best films ever IMO, but alot of things are pretty vague, still pretty good though
Starsky & Hutch (2004) - an action comedy recreating of a 1975 TV show featuring the icon duo of Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson
The Wolf Man (1941) - one of the first monster horror films, nothing impressive for the age we live in, but pretty neat to watch still
The French Connection (1971) - this film won FIVE oscars and people still don't know about it, peak action crime
A Fistful of Dollars (1964) - the first installment of one of the best movie trilogies ever, although the 3 movies are not connected you can see character development in the 3 reocurring stars
For a Few Dollars More (1965) - second installment of this trilogy, the third film is The good, the Bad and the Ugly, which is considered by many the best western ever
A Streetcar Named Desire (1951) - a very early performance by Marlon Brando who is much more well known for the Godfather trilogy
The Devil's Advocate (1997) - Al Pacino, Keanu Reeves, what else do I need to say
Christine (1983) - a John Carpenter horror about a car
Ronin (1998) - action about a briefcase with special intel wanted by Russian and Irish mafia
Angel Heart (1987) - another satanic themed modern age film, really good mystery crime that gets paranormal
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991) - it's Robin Hood with no modern day commercial BS, great and wholesome film
Local Hero (1983) - very unknown film about an oil company who wants to buy a small Scottish island
Breakdown (1997) - Kurt Russel action road movie
Coma (1978) - after a doctor notices a strange recurrance in unexplained death she digs deeper to uncover a conspiracy bigger than she expected
Rookie (1990) - Clint Eastwood and Charlie Sheen action similar to The Training Day
I Am Mother (2019) - scar y futuristic robot movie

Also ty everyone for your contributions I will for sure watch plenty of these

Robin Hood Prince of Thieves got shit on by critics for being a bit over the top, but I think it's class. The music is so good.

Ronin and Deliverance are great films.

The Spaghetti westerns are known as classics though man.

posted 1 month ago
#29 Dutch thread in Off Topic

posted 1 month ago
#39 spanish thread in Off Topic

Hola chicas.

posted 1 month ago
#2 Generally not well known films.... in Music, Movies, TV

The Raid
Office Space
The Count of Monte Cristo - Famous book but not sure maybe people have seen the film. It's good shit.
It's all Gone Pete Tong
Aguirre: Wrath of God
The Wave (German)
The Believer
The Mist
Inside Im Dancing
The Pianist
Battle Royale (is that well known now?)
Into the Wild
Leon: The Professional
Internal Affairs

posted 1 month ago
#25 dnb fellas get in here in Music, Movies, TV

Netsky - Memory Lane is probably my favourite.

Or Sub Focus - Splash

posted 1 month ago
#21 trance listeners get in here in Music, Movies, TV

Have to say, Tiesto makes big room wank now, but he used to make some of the best trance. Suburban Train, Adagio for Strings, and his remix of Southern Sun are probably the best tracks.

Other boomer classics :

Ayla - Ayla
Madagascar - Ferry Corsten
Toca Me (inpetto remix) - Fragma
Proximus - Mauro Picotto
Gouryella - Gouryella
Coming on Strong - Signum
Operation Blade - Public Domain

Off the top of my head. Will post more later or if this gets downfragged cause you don't like boomer trance, I'll shut the fuck up.

posted 1 month ago
#35 Quitting + my story in TF2 General Discussion
Donuskusdespite understanding nothing from your streams cuz its all in french, still loved watching, gl in future.

Echo this.

Dress and makeup stream an obvious highlight

Always enjoyed the stream and watching you play/.

posted 1 month ago
#8 trance listeners get in here in Music, Movies, TV
b0ubleHere is some russian boomer trance


Boomer track, boomer year.

posted 1 month ago
#5 trance listeners get in here in Music, Movies, TV

To be a bit nicer, Gaia is basically Armin Van Buuren, and people call him the King of Trance.

So err, yeah, his stuff.

^^Not a big fan of the individual songs except the first, but Gareth Emery, Above and Beyond and Tom Staar are decent modern trance artists imvho.

posted 1 month ago
#2 trance listeners get in here in Music, Movies, TV

I like trance.

That track/style is shit.

Boomer trance is way better than what you know as trance.You should try that

posted 1 month ago
#350 yomps has passed away. in TF2 General Discussion

Seemed a really nice guy and obviously had a great impact on a lot of people. I personally enjoyed watching his stream and seeing him play a lot. Came across as a very genuine and popular guy and obviously he was a fantastic player.

Thoughts with those who knew him personally. A legend of the game that will be missed.


posted 2 months ago
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