Four Weddings revisited

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jack Tatty, Mar 16, 2019.

  1. I didn’t watch any of it last night, but I don’t usually watch these Telethons in any case. But as I have fond memories of Four Weddings And A Funeral I watched the sequel thingy they did this morning. Wish I hadn’t bothered :D

    Anyone else see it?
     
  2. No
     
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  3. You didn’t miss much.
     
  4. Dubs

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    My good lady insisted we watched it with high hopes... it was proper shy te wasn't it..
     
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    The Alan partridge thing wasn't overly funny either to be fair..
     
  6. 4 weddings, is that a film about me, I’m sticking on 3 though thank you :thumbsup:
     
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  7. Yes :D
     
  8. Well, the groom from memory was folically challenged!

    Sticking at 3 cos there's nobody else daft enough.....that's what the current Mrs tells me anyway.
     
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  9. If it was anything like the Mamma Mia bit I saw pass me a gun
     
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  10. Oi I’m slightly thinning :thumbsup:
     
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  11. #wiggy..:D
     
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  12. Whilst I get it’s a noble cause. Comic relief night must be one of the most irritating events in tv history.

    Ooooooh how funny. Look at all those i'm too uneducated to find a more appropriate word off of East Enders singing and dancing. Id rather stick forks in my eyes.

    Ooooh I know let’s get the actors from coronation street to pretend to be in a west end musical.

    Ooh ooooh ooooooh lets get James cordon to meet the pope.

    Please just book me into a Swiss clinic.
     
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  13. can’t afford another let alone a funeral :D
     
  14. I know the original wasn’t exactly the high watermark of British film making, Andie McDowell was so wooden I’m surprised Hugh Grant didn’t get splinters, and the plot was fairly ridiculous, but it was funny (mostly) and a great date movie :thumbsup:
     
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  15. No - I hate the charity TV specials - making you feel guilty for not giving - memories of Sir Bob on Live Aid shouting "give us your fecking money"!!.
    Apparently £1.5 billion given since the beginning - I wonder who got it all
     
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  16. Arms dealers mostly I would think
     
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  17. African Mercedes dealers, usually.
     
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  18. hard to believe it was out in 1994
     
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  19. wonder after the brexit will they still give have the money away to foreign countries , what about helping the people of britain ireland , when was the last time a foreign country fund raised for the uk which is on its knees universal credits
     
  20. There are literally thousands upon thousands of charities who raise money the year round for UK stuff. Mrs Tatty works for one , a Children’s Hospice and I’ve raised money for it myself. I don’t mind giving to home and over seas appeals. I donated after the Boxing Day Tsunami. I don’t recall the last time we had a natural disaster in the UK that wiped out a quarter of a million people.
     

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