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    I am a Quentin Terantino fan myself
    One of my favorites of his was Django. I also really enjoyed The Hateful Eight.
    I think my all time Favorite Movie, Kill Bill.

    I am a big fan of Samuel L Jackson. I think he's a great actor.
    Jamie Fox is as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by minks View Post
    I am a Quentin Terantino fan myself
    One of my favorites of his was Django. I also really enjoyed The Hateful Eight.
    I think my all time Favorite Movie, Kill Bill.

    I am a big fan of Samuel L Jackson. I think he's a great actor.
    Jamie Fox is as well.
    I havent watched Django yet, i have Hateful Eight on my computer which we may watch while we are away for a few days shortly


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    I am a big fan of Samuel L Jackson. I think he's a great actor.
    agree not much he hasnt done i dont like . i hate remakes in general but liked SHAFT

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    I watched "I, Daniel Blake" a few weeks ago. As film quality is concerned (acting-wise) it is greatly over-rated - more on a par with an episode of Eastenders, to be honest, but the content of the film is an entirely different matter. Yes, it may be about a fictional character, but the events are so true to real life that it could be a documentary. I've seen the sort of distress caused from all sides of the coin. From the subject himself, to the National Careers Service, and even now, working for Utilita Energy, specialising in Prepayment Meters, where we get an ever increasing caseload of those having their benefits sanctioned & not being able to topup their Gas or Electricity. Fortunately we are based on humanitarian principles & will only leave someone off supply as a very last resort.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FourPart View Post
    I watched "I, Daniel Blake" a few weeks ago. As film quality is concerned (acting-wise) it is greatly over-rated - more on a par with an episode of Eastenders, to be honest, but the content of the film is an entirely different matter. Yes, it may be about a fictional character, but the events are so true to real life that it could be a documentary. I've seen the sort of distress caused from all sides of the coin. From the subject himself, to the National Careers Service, and even now, working for Utilita Energy, specialising in Prepayment Meters, where we get an ever increasing caseload of those having their benefits sanctioned & not being able to topup their Gas or Electricity. Fortunately we are based on humanitarian principles & will only leave someone off supply as a very last resort.

    Ha ha, FourPart, I switched to Utilita 6 or 7 months ago and so far I've no complaints. It is a very easy way of paying for your power, and I do that over the internet - no more dashing off to the local shop to get some more credit on a plastic card ! I also think it is cheaper (or should I say less expensive ?) than most other suppliers, particularly the main top six !

    Hey FourPart, I must have missed something - the last time I heard, you were working shifts in some sort of care capacity, or have I got that a bit wrong ? You bought a motor bike so you could get to work at odd hours. Have you still got the bike ?
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