You wouldn't be out of place in Belfast, you come across as a protestant bigot.
What the fuck has that got to do with anything? If you'd bother to actually watch the film rather than just pass comment you may see what I mean.You wouldn't be out of place in Belfast, you come across as a protestant bigot.
I would wager you "support" Glasgow Rangers too.
Apologies, I thought you were having a dig at catholics again, you have got form.What the fuck has that got to do with anything? If you'd bother to actually watch the film rather than just pass comment you may see what I mean.
Anything to turn a thread's focus on to you.
A lot of people don't like Chevvy Chase, I find him absolutley hilarious.Spies Like Us - Relatively funny 80's sendup of the spy film genre. Chevy Chase and Dan Aykroyd play inept secret agent decoys sent to Asia as fall guys in a nuclear espionage plot. Numerous gags, many faltering but Chase and Aykroyd play off each other very well. Directed with all the subtlety of a bull in a china shop by John Landis. 6/10
The film is a take on religion/faith as a whole. Catholicism is focused on because the film is set in America and the main character is Catholic. However it isn't just on hour and a half of attacks on the catholic church.Apologies, I thought you were having a dig at catholics again, you have got form.
I agree, he is funny, in that none offensive kind of way. Will Farrell is this decades version of him, but a bit more outrageous. Chevy Chase was offered the lead role in American Beauty but turned it down because he thought it would harm his family friendly image. Kevin Spacey took it and won the Oscar. I reckon he could have re-launched his career if he had taken that role.A lot of people don't like Chevvy Chase, I find him absolutley hilarious.