If you didn't enjoy 1917 than Midway will certainly be more of your thing. Plenty of spectacular dive bomber action just mixed with Emmerich's...
One of the better films I've seen recently. Highly recommended.
1917- gut-wrenching, immersive, emotionally exhausting. A
Forgot it came out last decade or I would have chosen it. Game Night was on my list.
Our incompetent management over the years has helped but the NRL are happy for us to be a basket case. That's why there is no draft. So they can...
Journos link every off contract player, every week, to either us or Roosters. Roosters already have an international winger in Ryan Hall who...
I'm not sure about the due diligence we do on coaches over the years, but it has netted us the likes of Terry Lamb and Jason Taylor.
Was looking for some films from the 50s and 60s (Night of the Living Dead). Ended up having some luck with the Internet Archive. Btw these are...
They were already contracted and a couple of them graded before he got there as well. Then again he did make Blair look like a first-grader. Still...
Ken/ Michael Keaton really steals that movie.
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sorry dude, not sure that's a legit site, new release movies for free?
Happy to be proven wrong. - noyd
That is in my top 5. And all your lists need more Patrik Swayze. Red Dawn is a good rewatchable one.
Thanks, will check it out.
Bennett that dumb merkin saying Latrell signed for unders and that's the type of player that he wants. Hello Jai Arrow?
Radio contact? no, the ground.
Midway- :thumbsdown: it's hard to imagine a film more cliched than Michael Bays Pearl Habour, but
Emmerich may have pulled it off. Overstuffed,...
Those third-party Indigenous deals are a massive rort. Get on it Greenburger. Wait its Souths, back to twiddling your thumbs.
Game badly needs a...
It can never be the same as it once was, before Super League switching their seasons to summer.
I don't follow the QLD cup closely but with PNG...
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