Just a thought, while the pronster practices being the scarlet pimpernel (they seek him here, they seek him there.......... *biggrin* ). Should someone nominate some films, so that one can be chosen and watched during october?BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW said:
I think it may have been my turn next when the club ground to a halt, but I'll have to check to be sure.expat_mike said:Should someone nominate some films, so that one can be chosen and watched during october?
If you feel that's all you're able to do, then I'm perfectly happy for you to do that, as I would like you involved.thescarletpronster said:If you want to choose a film each month and are happy to accept contributions from others such as me as and when I feel able to, that's great.
Thank you, Richard.richardw42 said:BBB, I'm happy if you want to go ahead.
That shouldn't be a problem as long as I can get hold of it, I just don't know how much I'll be able to contribute to the discussion each month. Hopefully I will be able to, but I wouldn't like to promise.BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW said:Do you think you'd be able to watch the chosen film each month?
There's lots more where they came from. *smile*richardw42 said:I'm going to have to think hard as they look to be three very strong films. (BBB, have you peaked to soon ?)
I couldn't agree more, I think nearly all of my nominatons have included at least one humourous film. I think one of the reasons the club came to an end before, was the majority of the films that were chosen were a bit on the depressing side. There's nothing wrong with those films, but I think it's easier to be in the mood for a lighter film, than one that's not going to be filled with joys of spring, therefore, it's harder for people to find the right time to watch those less joyous films.richardw42 said:i really like the idea of including a comedy, I think it would be quite a nice idea to try and include a comedy or animation (not Frozen type) with our nominations. It doesn't always have to be about dissecting misery.
my votes are:BIGBERNARDBRESSLAW said:I've chosen my 3 films. There's no reason for choosing them, other than the fact that I own the DVDs, and I've never got around to watching them. I think this will be my criteria for the next few choices, as I've lots of unwatched DVDs. *smile*
The White Ribbon http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1149362/?ref_=nv_sr_2
Lift To The Scaffold http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0051378/?ref_=nm_flmg_dr_30
The Boss Of It All http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0469754/?ref_=nv_sr_1
Vote when you're ready, and if Strapped and Pronster fancy watching one of these, they are free to vote too (if that's ok with Richard and Mike).
If pronster doesn't vote by the end of tomorrow, I will. Saying that, he's already said which film he prefers, and as it's 2nd choice for both of you, it might be the best choice.richardw42 said:I didn't see mikes vote when I did mine.
Yes, you or pronster should have casting vote.