A bridge too far... For free

#1
I know this is not the appropriate place, but these links don't tend to last long and though I would post it here, so as many people as possible could express their outrage.


If you look here, somebody has unloaded a Bridge too Far, and you can actually download it... For free.

http://joox.net/cat/2/id/2056123

Terrible 8O

BTW - I think users of this site are told to click the download button, rather than watch in it online.
 

Sixty

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#4
Scandalous breach of any number of copyright laws. I'll be very outraged indeed (in about 22 mins when it's downloaded).

Cheers A_L
 
#5
This one caught my eye.

Christ, he must be getting desperate since his cycling career went down the tubes.
 
#11
If I were downloading it, I'd probably be on 31% by now, with 3hrs 12 min left. But what relevance does the O&BLI have to me?
 
#12
One small down side to it that my mate mentioned.
There are no subtitles when the Germans are speaking at the start, so unless you speak the language, you may aswell be listening to white noise.
 
#13
suits_U said:
One small down side to it that my mate mentioned.
There are no subtitles when the Germans are speaking at the start, so unless you speak the language, you may aswell be listening to white noise.
You've not seen it before?

Think "Battle of Britain." "Achtung, Stillgestanden!" "Dann heisse ich Meier" and "Geben Sie mir ein Staffel Spitfeuer."

Or "Star Wars." "Einmal im ferner Zukunft........gibt es Krieg der Sterne."

(The latter brings back tears of laughter - the blokes following me to das Kino in Celle thought I was going to watch the Friday night porn movie (as I had the week before)).

You only need the subtitles (or dubbed) the first time you watch a film with foreign dialogue.
 
#14
All right, it's my own fault for not checking the download permissions. Anyone know how to fuck Yahoo toolbar right off?
 

chrisg46

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#15
OK, Where the hell is the download button? Just to make sure i dont click it by accident?
 
#16
Go to tools, right hand side top of screen (looks like a cog)
click on that, click toolbars, deselect yahoo.

For full removal go to control panel, then add/remove programmes/windows components and delete from there.
 
#17
chrisg46 said:
OK, Where the hell is the download button? Just to make sure i dont click it by accident?
Below where the film plays, it says the name of the film year etc, it says download in blue writing. In fact just below where it tells you how long the film is on for.
 

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