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 Post subject: Re: I've Never Seen...
PostPosted: Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:05 am 
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 Post subject: Re: I've Never Seen...
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BertieWoostersDonsClub wrote:
FilthyDon wrote:
Never seen...(these films which people usually talk about or praise):

- Top Gun
- Any Rocky film
- Any Beverly Hills Cop film
- Any Lethal Weapon film
- The Godfather 1/2/3
- Most Marvel/DC films
- Casablanca
- Lawrence of Arabia
- Dr Zhivago
- Citizen Kane
- Most Alfred Hitchcock films
- Any Clint Eastwood western
- The Big Lebowski
- 12 Angry Men
- Slumdog Millionaire
- Any Monthy Python film
- Kill Bill 1/2
- The Hateful Eight
- Ferris Bueller's Day Off
- The Breakfast Club
- The Sound of Music
- Chinatown

TV..

- The Wire (hated the first episode)
- Frasier
- Cheers
- Rick & Morty
- The Sopranos
- Emmerdale
- Mrs Brown's Boys


If you ever get round to watching Frasier, then the first five series are fantastic. Next couple decent. Final four poor. But highly recommend the first five or so series of it. Depends on your sense of humour, of course, but if it's your type of humour then it's TV comedy at its best. Obviously it's not the funniest thing ever, we all know that the novels of PG Wodehouse take that crown.


Well I like 'em but I'm a Tom Sharpe man meself.

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BertieWoostersDonsClub wrote:
Obviously it's not the funniest thing ever, we all know that the novels of PG Wodehouse take that crown.

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Well I like 'em but I'm a Tom Sharpe fan meself.

In keeping with the thread, "I've never read a Tom Sharpe novel." What kind of humour are they? Any similarity at all to the great Wodehouse? From the bit that I've heard of him I'm guessing not, but might give him a try.


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BertieWoostersDonsClub wrote:
BertieWoostersDonsClub wrote:
Obviously it's not the funniest thing ever, we all know that the novels of PG Wodehouse take that crown.

Aliramone wrote:
Well I like 'em but I'm a Tom Sharpe fan meself.

In keeping with the thread, "I've never read a Tom Sharpe novel." What kind of humour are they? Any similarity at all to the great Wodehouse? From the bit that I've heard of him I'm guessing not, but might give him a try.

Not like Wodehouse at all, different humour but funny never the less, My personal favourites are Wilt, Riotous Assembly and Indecent Exposure


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Bill wrote:
BertieWoostersDonsClub wrote:
BertieWoostersDonsClub wrote:
Obviously it's not the funniest thing ever, we all know that the novels of PG Wodehouse take that crown.

Aliramone wrote:
Well I like 'em but I'm a Tom Sharpe fan meself.

In keeping with the thread, "I've never read a Tom Sharpe novel." What kind of humour are they? Any similarity at all to the great Wodehouse? From the bit that I've heard of him I'm guessing not, but might give him a try.

Not like Wodehouse at all, different humour but funny never the less, My personal favourites are Wilt, Riotous Assembly and Indecent Exposure

Mine too.
Blott on the landscape is pretty good as is Ancestral Vices which I reread only last week.
Laugh out loud hilarity.

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Aliramone wrote:
Bill wrote:
BertieWoostersDonsClub wrote:
BertieWoostersDonsClub wrote:
Obviously it's not the funniest thing ever, we all know that the novels of PG Wodehouse take that crown.

Aliramone wrote:
Well I like 'em but I'm a Tom Sharpe fan meself.

In keeping with the thread, "I've never read a Tom Sharpe novel." What kind of humour are they? Any similarity at all to the great Wodehouse? From the bit that I've heard of him I'm guessing not, but might give him a try.

Not like Wodehouse at all, different humour but funny never the less, My personal favourites are Wilt, Riotous Assembly and Indecent Exposure

Mine too.
Blott on the landscape is pretty good as is Ancestral Vices which I reread only last week.
Laugh out loud hilarity.

I will try one of those three soon. Currently just bought a couple of Douglas Adams as I'd never read his either and was recommend him as being Wodehousian. They're decent, and I can see what they meant, but they're a few leagues below old PGW's standards.


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