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1 day ago
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PCWB’s Cinematic Nirvana #5: The Tunnel Scene from “Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory”

 

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (1971, dir. Mel Stuart)

Not a speck of light is showing so the danger must be growing… Are the fires of Hell a-glowing? Is the grisly Reaper mowing? Yes! The danger must be growing cause the rowers keep on rowing and they’re certainly not showing any sign that they are slowing!

I racked my brain all day today attempting to work out what a…

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Let’s get minimal, minimal, I want to get minimal. 

Rap name literal icons. Scroll slow and see if you can tell who the rappers are before you see their names. 

See the whole list here. 

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4 days ago
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You know you’re home when it’s chicken, rice and peas for dinner #mumportions

You know you’re home when it’s chicken, rice and peas for dinner #mumportions

4 days ago
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Ladies and Gentleman, I introduce the finest moment of television I’ve seen in maybe 5 years. Absolutely breathtaking scene from a show that fully deserved the acclaim it received. 

1 week ago
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London Update #1

Yeah so, I have now made the move to London and have been having a swell time thus far. There are however things that have irked me:

  1. Landlords blatantly lying about the quality and location of their properties - I have seen too many semi-crackdens this week!
  2. People talking on loudspeaker on a train. 
  3. PRET - I can’t understand the appeal of this place yet my co-workers and other people are obsessed by it. 
  4. SCOOTERS - What is the deal with this trend? People seem genuinely oblivious of how much they look like bellends.
  5. The morning commute is relatively painful until I get to Waterloo and walk alongside the Southbank. The trip back, however, is plain and awful hell.
2 weeks ago
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PWCB’s Cinematic Nirvana: “The Prodigal Son” Scene from Blade Runner

PWCB’s Cinematic Nirvana: “The Prodigal Son” Scene from Blade Runner

Blade Runner (Ridley Scott, 1982)

Blade Runner is probably the most awe-inspiring science fiction film ever conceived. There is no part of the film that isn’t utterly brilliant from it’s grim depiction of the future ruled by commercialisation to the unforgettable score provided by Vangelis that perfectly accompanied the onscreen events like no other soundtrack. The film is probably only…

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