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Trailers, Quotes and Stuff

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ trailer
Cats, experimental music, fighting and Live Aid.

Best Lines:
“Only room in this band for one hysterical queen.”

“How many more Galileo’s do you want?”

“No one will play us on the radio.”

‘Overlord’ trailer
Is this or isn’t it a ‘Cloverfield' sequel? It’s WW2 and a plane gets shot down. There’s a village, Nazis, weirdness and a flamethrower. Mmmm.

‘Glass’ trailer
The ‘Split’ sequel. No.

The Meg’ clip
What is the shark eating? Swim faster!

‘For The People’ promo

‘The Good Fight’ promo

‘Roxi’ ad
“We don’t have a radio.”

‘Teen Titans Go! To The Movies’ TV spot
A Deadpool joke.

‘The FBI Files’ opening credits

Extra Fine Milk With Fruit & Nut - okay.
Verbena tea - okay.

Corrie from ‘Tomorrow When The War Began’ was in ‘Clique’?!?

Who saw ‘Winter Palace’ or ‘The History Boys’ (2004) or ‘But I’m A Cheerleader’ or ‘Kissing Jessica Stein’ or ‘Music and Lyrics’ or ‘Maurice’ or ‘The Remains of The Day’ or ‘Sense And Sensibility’ or ‘About A Boy’ or ‘The Nun’ (1966) or ‘The Bells Of St Marys’ (1945) or ‘Heaven Knows Mr Allison’ (1957) or ‘Agnes Of God’ or ‘Dead Man Walking’ or ‘Leonard Part 6’ or ‘Tristan & Isolde’ or ‘Maverick’ or ‘The Last Of The Mohicans’ (1992) or ‘First Daughter’ (2004)?

You make vegan cheese from cashews, garlic powder, salt, onion powder and among other things, deactivated nutritional yeast. Eeeww.

I will review ‘The Death Of Mrs Westaway’, ‘Bright We Burn’ and ‘Look For Me’.

I wouldn’t eat faux gras, vegan egg or vegan chorizo.

Who read ‘The Cat Mummy’?

I’d try sheep’s milk ricotta with truffled honey. What is almond cream? What is candy bacon?

‘DenOfGeek’ Quote:
“Space combat pigeons.”

‘The Guardian’ Quotes:
“Appalling disrespect.”

“Breed-kill cycle.”

“Mythologise video shops.”

“Morally insensitive and aesthetically disgusting.”

“Reclamation of history.”

“Is not coming back because it never existed.”

“Might end up becoming the star of the show - because someone has to, even if only by default-”

“Studio audience that was laughing at her.”

“Long on bombast, short on content. Long on grandiosity.”

“Fragile narcissism.”

“No one understands his own failure better than him. A man of little courage and fewer principles.”

“Refused to apologise.”

“Not so well received when read out in court.”

“Perceived superior personal and moral traits.”

“A cashless society is not in your interest...Their job is to make you believe that it is in your interest.”

“Lie on the margins of legitimacy.”

“Dismissive culture.”


“Thoroughly discredited and ostracised.”

“Lost all credibility.”

“A spent force.”

“Plant-based innovation.”

“Moral premise.”

“Terror of rejection and exclusion.”

“Pleasure becomes irrelevant.”

“For the exclusive enjoyment of them and their kind.”

“Established ethos.”

“Earned them enduring respect and acclaim.”

“Her hair makes her look homeless.”

“Seemed to want to provoke her.”

“Reputation is absolutely critical.”

“Lead away screaming.”

“Inappropriate attempts by people of prominence.”

“Sent to a school for bad kids.”

“Being feared in the area.”

“Can’t even cross the road without putting themselves into a dangerous location.”

“Yearning to retaliate.”

“Stiffened in fear when they saw an unfamiliar figure.”

“No investment in formal society.”

‘Nathan Barley’ Quotes:
“Been out 3 weeks in Japan. Where’s yours?”

“Self-regarding consumer slaves.”

“Thinking is rubbish.”

“They wear their waistbands below their balls.”

“They babble into handheld twit machines.”

‘Tales Of The Unexpected’ Quotes:
“God how I hate you.”

“Learn very nasty things about my character.”

“She gets it first, then the lot of us.”

“But I don’t model underwear.”

‘The Irish Times’ Quotes:

“Locus standii.”

“Cultural assets.”

“Usurping the function.”

“Mysterious attraction.”

“Any deviation from the sacred texts is greeted with fury.”

“Lifestyle reboot.”

“Fighty arms.”

“Get angry and strip down to his underpants in order to give you an angry hug.”

“No cute, converted vans doing lovely things.”

“Never to become the story.”

“Ethnic trespass.”

“Human wallpaper.”

“Forcibly minoritised.”

“Stirring up trouble for them.”

“A desolate place not of his making.”

“A carrot is considered an indulgence.”

“Object of international pity.”

“Geopolitical implications.”


“Cultural rebranding.”

“An existential threat to liberal values and progress.”

“Toxic behaviour.”

“Unable to cope with social situations.”

“Moral norms.”

“Cultural cohesion.”

“No obvious animus.”

‘Testament Of Youth’ Quote:
“All of us are surrounded by ghosts.”

‘Sky News’ Quotes:
“Serious doubts over its veracity.”

“Did you ask?”

“See off these lunatics.”

“The catastrophe of Jeremy Corbyn becoming Prime Minister.”

‘TV & Satellite Week’ Quote:
“More natural herd situation.”

‘Dr Phil’ Quotes:
“Bucket full of crazy.”

“Lying drama queen.”

“Name rape.”

“Wise and good people.”

“Sexual engagement.”

“Catalysing the false complaint.”

“Does that not fit in your ear wrong?”

“Question your moral compass.”

‘Alone’ Quote:
“No one cares about suspense and buildup.”

‘The FBI Files’ Quotes:
“Doesn’t believe in church.”

“Talking subversion.”

“Block all avenues of escape.”

“Informant rumours.”

‘FTWeekend’ Quotes:
“Idyllic if jobless countryside.”

“Treated as scrum for most of that time.”

“Communal self-policing.”

“A world devoid of privacy.”

“Poor social credit score.”

“Normal life has changed irrevocably.”

“Bellicose note.”

“There is no second place in war.”

“Morals reformed.”

“Potato scam.”

“Venerates more genteel traditions.”

“Format most revered by rationalists.”

“Violent bat speed.”

‘Man V Food’ Quote:
“A meter in, a meter out.”
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