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Does anyone know how much it costs to courier a guitar from Wellington to Auckland?
Yo guys, quick question: Is it worth taking my shitty fender squier in to get serviced for the 1st time in 7 years, or should I just abandon it and buy a new guitar instead?
The fenders pickups are getting rusty, bridge has some wear etc, and the guitar cost like, 150 bucks. I don't really want to bother paying more than the guitars worth to fix it up.
Also, I'm in wellington, if anyone knows a good place other than the rockshop to get it serviced?
Well I feel a little bit awkward.
Hey MH, sometime in 2015, I'll be doing a bit of travelling. If I fly up to Auckland, would you be keen to meet me?
Dying thread is dying.
Although we do have our own special thread. No other countries do.
But tuberculosis isn't a mental illness.
I don't get it.
Any other mentally ill New Zealanders on UG?
I had no idea they were playing. omfg
P.S Anyone going to Parkway and IKTPQ in Auckland?
Does anyone know the benefits of joining a student association
There have been alot [sic] of releases in the past year, anyone wanna remake this thread?
Last Chance To Evacuate Planet Earth Before It Is Recycled (Porcupine Tree)
im practically already downloading it
Yes my friend, it is I. You are right to assume that, but it was a self exile. Alas I have returned. I hope the squally oceans of the south are treating you well.
Finally back in the old forums again. It has been a while my friends.
Has anyone seen Vertigo? I really don't think it is good at all, very over-rated film.
Holy jesus it has been yonks since I visited these forums. I'm already glad I returned.
i wouldn't mind if they introduced a new character properly, with heaps of meta references and hazing for the character. Kind of like the episode with Buddy only a little more permanent.
Blade Runner sequel is in the works. Scott is on board and so is the original screenwriter.
Wow, that story could be turned into a movie of its own! It's got everything, even a fantastic twist ending.
The tests are being carried out among the social network's users in New Zealand
Got Citizen Kane and Fight Club to watch over the weekend, both rented from Lovefilm. I agree I'm fueling the whaaambulance of the last few pages a little by mentioning these two very typical films, but it's just that I haven't seen either and I feel like I should
I can't be the only one who didn't rate Citizen Kane?
^I'd so go to that.
Yes you buddy. When are you coming up to Hams to hang?
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Yeah, I love Tarkovsky. Here you go http://www.openculture.com/2010/07/tarkovksy.html
I'd recommend Solaris. That's my personal favourite.
48 fps? I don't know anything about filming and stuff but that sounds slow. Guess he's going for a sort of old-film type of deal but with HD? Could be interesting..
A customer at work overheard me and my co-worker talking about Rambo: First Blood, and tried to tell us it was a bad movie. Never have I been more furious
I saw it in 2D and i'm quite glad I did.
I was really struck by the cinematography. In the final enormous battle scene there was a part where a camera was inside an empty car when it flipped over and there was footage from the perspective of the car. There was also some interesting flashes of handheld documentary style camera work that followed civilians around as they tried to get away. It was a strikingly realistic invasion sequence.
Just saw The Avengers and i'm still deciding how I feel about it.
There's no denying it was a good movie; the action sequences were well done, the plot was cogent and relatively compelling, and an unusually long time was spent establishing the relationships between the characters which it was the better for. Not to mention a really refreshing sense of humour that had the theatre laughing out loud quite a few times.
I'm still not sure whether it was a great movie however. It may have been too shallow for that.