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  1. Nicht ganz so Anonymous

    Ich weiss ja nicht ob es daran liegt das ich NC Leser bin, vieleicht sind es auch noch die Nachwirkungen von Batz Jahresrückblick, aber irgendwie kann man Reningtons Videos gefahrloser anklicken als die Videos von manch anderem Filmfreund, vieleicht auch weil er so selten selbst darin auftaucht und keine Werbung für Chipse macht.

    Egal, kommen wir zum Topic, also einfach so einen Cut am Ende des Jahres, mir reicht das an 3D völlig aus.

  2. TheRudi

    Öh, was’n das, dieses “3-D”?

  3. SIC


  4. fringer

    Und worum gehts jetzt in dem Film? :>

  5. panzi

    @john Ich hätte gedacht da wirds ein Damenshirt mit “in 3D” drauf geben.

  6. SIC

    hehe, dass wär nicht schlecht :D

  7. Evelyn

    Das erinnert mich an die Aussage von Simon Pegg in der Sendung von Edgar Wright bei BBC6 bzgl “Paul”: “And now, in selected theaters, in 2D”

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