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Old 03-01-2012
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Glad to see this thread is resurrected. I've only seen Assault on Precinct 13 and it was so long ago I think it's time for a rewatch.
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Old 03-03-2012
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Havent seen either.


If i may continue this thread:


Withnail And I VS Trainspotting



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Two of arguably the best of british comedies go head to head.



I'm voting for Trainspotting, as its more enjoyable
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Old 03-03-2012
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I saw Withnail and I ages ago - I'm going to try it again now I'm older, but going by that viewing where I didn't think much of it, I find both films overrated. But I'll go with Trainspotting out of the two.

For those interested, Irvine Welsh has a prequel book to Trainspotting coming out called Skagboys:


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Most definitely I will go with Trainspotting.
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Trainspotting, hands down.
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Old 03-04-2012
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I've never been a fan of either to be perfectly honest. I guess I'll go with Trainspotting because it has the better soundtrack of the two.
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Old 03-04-2012
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Haven't seen Trainspotting, but I really like Withnail & I.
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Old 03-13-2012
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SPIRITED AWAY


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PAN"S LABYRINTH




I'm going with Spirited Away. Miyazaki's mind is so insanely creative.
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Argh, now that's an incredibly hard choice but I'm going to go with Pan's Labyrinth. It's my favourite from Del Toro, Spirited Away is a favourite but not my number one favourite from Miyazaki.
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I just watched Spirited Away and loved it. Both films are visually and thematically creative, but I think SA was much more entertaining. I've seen Pan's Labyrinth about three time now, and while I enjoy it, my opinion doesn't seem to measure up to the majority. I still feel inclined to give it another shot though.
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