can't wait ... and how long before the govt bans it because it contains material of use to terrrorists!
Chris Morris, the genius-man behind The Day Today, Brass Eye and Blue Jam, has spent the last few years researching and making a film about some hapless British would-be terrorists. The film is called Four Lions and premieres at the Sundance Festival tomorrow. The trailer is available on YouTube, or here. IMBd describes …
Chris Morris is an absolute GENIUS. I wish they had made more Jam.
"When dancing, lost in techo trance, arms flailing, gawky Bez, then find you snagged on frowns, and slowly it dawns, you're jazzing to the bleep tone of a life support machine that marks the steady fading of your day old baby daughter. And when midnight sirens lead to blue flash road mash, stretchers, covered heads and slippy red macadam, and find you creeping 'neath the blankets, to snuggle close a mangle bird, hoping you soon too will be freezer drawed. Then welcome. Mmm, ooh chemotherapy wig. Welcome. In Jam, Jam, Jam, Jam, Jaaaaam."
I loved Blue Jam....my favourite was this one:
HER: Mm... piss on my hinge... oh...
HIM: Fart up my arse... Fart up my fucking arse...
HER: Oh, yeah...
HER: Mm, oh... oh... Lick my puddle... oh... Prick cheeks. Prick cheeks in my fussy. Fuss my Polly... fuss my fucking Polly...
HIM: Swallow my face. Swallow my fgglumph..!
HER: Mmph... mmph. Roar up my twat.
HER: Ooh... rudder... rudder... rudder... rudder... rudder... rudder... oh... your balls are so fat! Oh!
HIM: Shove your tits up my arse! Oh, cold chicken!
HER: Fart them out!
HIM: AH HAH! Aargh...
HER: Oh... (sobs)
All archived here:
The really lame arsed way the guy says he covered his face with his hands "because she's got a beard" has had me crying with laughter. A serious ID10T! That's brightened up an otherwise crappy Friday. If that clip is a good representation of the film I can't wait.
Come on Chris Morris - sort out the UK release!!
Chris Morris is a genuine comic genius, very few even stand a chance of coming anywhere near him. The 2001 Paedo special was a masterstroke, stoking up the Sun/Daily Mail readers into a frenzy! Hillarious!
The fine line between comedy and drama of the classic Blue Jam radio series, especially the Fixit-Girl, that creepy 5 year old girl that comes round to sort out "problems"!
and weakness is his *effortless* ability to make celebrities look total fools. It's not the looking foolish. It's feeding them a story a street smart 5 year old would spot as complete BS.
IIRC in his "Suicide amongst captive animals" only Desmond Morris spotted that the elephant that killed itsself by sticking its truck up its bottom was complete BS and sent them packing.
Just looking over the linked article (haven't watched the vid yet), and I hope that some earlier mistakes are not repeated.
Specifically, a car full of flammables and propane/LP gas cylinders would make a really nasty bomb. The nails aren't even necessary. The mistake is in discounting the car.
Please feel free to search youtube for something called a BLEVE. It is a boiling liquid-expanding vapor explosion. This is why, at the fire academy, we are taught to keep a large volume of water from a significant distance on any such cylinder.
If the car ignites, the heat would likely boil off gas from the cylinders (out the relief valve) and adding to the fire. This would overcome the ability of the valve to keep up, resulting in a BLEVE.
Er, no it isn't, the Mythbusters did this one a while ago.
Car full of petroleum products go Boom, huge and very impressive fireball leaving scorched car with all the windows blown out. The energy release is insufficiently concentrated in time to disrupt a steel structure.
Car with a fairly significant amount of HE in it go Boom, massive blast and shockwave, no fireball and nothing left but small bits embedded in the local scenery over a fairly large area.
The conclusion was that if you want to turn a car into flying shrapnel you need real explosives.
Morris could have made this movie about the Weathermen or the Angry Brigade or other countless historical troupes, so it should be viewed as an exposé of that mind-set rather than a belittlement of Islamic terrorism. Watch any serious documentary about 1970's terrorist groups and you'll find the details cringeworthy in their stupidity. The fact any of their acts had any impact at all is more a reflection on the Keystone Cops chasing them and 'The Day Today' media sexploiting their 'spectacle'.
The closest I'll ever get to this world is nvda, and my experiences were beyond pastiche. Take five well meaning, intelligent people plus an idiot and you end up with six idiots.
"Specifically, a car full of flammables and propane/LP gas cylinders would make a really nasty bomb. The nails aren't even necessary. The mistake is in discounting the car"
BLEVE's are nasty (I think it's only a BLEVE if its an accident. On purpose it's a fuel air explosive).
However you should understand that there is no explosion (except possibly a nuclear one) that cannot be worsened with the addition of a bit of shrapnel. A popular feature of bombs in Northern Ireland during the 70's and 80's.
Thought that said Chuck Norris there for a minute.
Which would have meant his film would single-handidly caused every nut-job in the Taliban and Al-queda to spontanously explode before the opening titles even finished.
Hell, 3 seconds of the you-tube trailer would probably do it.
Chuck's snot is more powerful than grenades.
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