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Old 08-20-2003, 07:54   #1 (permalink)
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I dunno if this has been posted before but have you all seen the films by BMW. They are large files 50mb+ They contain some big stars (Gary Oldman, Madonna, James Brown). Classics!! Check out season 1 as well.

http://intl.bmwfilms.com/clap.asp?te...alia&film=&sta
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Old 08-20-2003, 09:18   #2 (permalink)
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Re: BMW Films - Warning to dial uppers

Yeah, its come up before, but I forgot the link

Star is by far the best one there - lots of fun in an M5, with Madonna screaming to boot.
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You can get them on DVD from the site as well, or if you are lucky from a BMW dealer in Aussie.

For those Telscum broadband users who don't want to burn up your limint, they are also hosted on http://games.bigpond.com/ in the files section. They are also mighty fast off the Telstra servers.
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Re: BMW Films - Warning to dial uppers

For some reason, I read "Gary Oldman" as "Gary Coleman" ....... make of that what you will!
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Speaking of which, coleman is running for Californian governor up against the Governator I think.
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Re: BMW Films - Warning to dial uppers

Oh yeah they're great advertisements. Direct TV was showing them on one of the channels awhile back, well it was called the BMW Channel. I like all three of them.
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Re: BMW Films - Warning to dial uppers

Madonna wetting herself is a classic moment in cinema history!
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Yeah i got some of these from my Uncle who works at a BMW dealer about 6 months ago and star is by far the best.
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