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Christmas Movies to buy

edited December 2015 in Not Sports Related
INSIDE OUT
Life is a bumpy road, and it's no exception for Katherine, a Young Belgian lawyer uprooted from her safe law job in Belgium to start a new job in the bitter streets of South London. Katherine is guided by her principal emotions, Stupidity (Adam Stiler), Arrogance (guest appearance by David Cameron), Clumsiness (Simon Church), Disgust (Jim Davidson) and Bitterness (Tony Blair). The movie is set by the first scene when Memory is expelled from her head by a plot by the other principal emotions, leading her to make the same mistakes over and over again. This delightfull remake of the Pixar classic has been criticised by critics as having little or no meaningful dialogue, but children and football haters everywhere will delight in some of the farcical situations the misguided Katherine achieves in her quest to become the Queen of Charlton. Watch out for the hilarious interview scene when Humphrey the talking sofá becomes manager of the football team when he tries to buy some chips at half time.

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  • The Wizard of Oz: When a tornado rips through Belguim, Katrien and her dog, Richard, are whisked away in their house to the magical land of Charlton. They follow the Valley Floyd Road toward the Valley to meet the Wizard, and en route they meet a Scarecrow (Luzon) that needs a brain, a Tin Man (Peters) missing a heart, and a Cowardly Lion (Fraeye) who wants courage. The Wizard asks the group to bring him the golden youth of the academy to earn his assistance. But is the wizard all that he appears?
  • Enemy At the Gates: The protests at the Valley have got stronger... The enemy are camped in deep in their West Stand base, laughing from the windows at the attempts of many, ammunition low, reinforcements are needed... Which sniper will be the savior of the fans
  • M. DUCHALET'S HOLIDAY.
    Jaques Tati's 1953 classic, follows his alter-ego, the bumbling M. Duchalet, as he takes a break from the day to day stress of running a football club and drifts off to the French coast for a well earned break. The stuffy atmousphere of a gentile resort descends into chaos as the well intentioned M.Duchalet attempts to form a network of hotels along the French Riviera, causing huge discontent among the guests as the entire chain simultaneously goes bankrupt.
  • A Bridge too Far, starring Jose Mourinho
  • In Bruges.

    An elite hitman and his suave assistant kidnap a failed female CEO and agree to trade her for the deeds to their favorite football club.

    They agree to an exchange with the autocratic clab owner at a historic town in Belgium, but double cross her puppet master and drown them both in the canal before returning to London with the deeds and embarking on a fairytale return to the Premier League.
  • Die Hard. An egotistical generic European bad guy and his gang of cronies take over a really big building and hold it to ransom. Their motives and objectives are unclear, so while those on the outside flap around trying to get the villains out, the European fellas laugh at them while executing their malicious plan.

    Not sure if there's a hero on the inside or not.
  • GROUNDHOG DAY.
    The life of an ordinary Charlton fan takes a terrible twist when he wakes up every day to find his team being managed by a Belgian who had been sacked the day before.
  • JiMMy 85 said:

    Die Hard. An egotistical generic European bad guy and his gang of cronies take over a really big building and hold it to ransom. Their motives and objectives are unclear, so while those on the outside flap around trying to get the villains out, the European fellas laugh at them while executing their malicious plan.

    Not sure if there's a hero on the inside or not.

    If this involves a dirty/sweaty @Airman Brown running around in a string vest and no socks can I pass please :wink:
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