Newsletter and jokes 18 November 2022


 
Hi all 
 
Exam season and a small niche line-up this week.  
 
Both western releases are adults-only. First up is She Said, which takes a 
look at the whole Harvey Weinstein sexual predator story, and the  
consequences. 
 
Then we have some more offbeat (or off the menu) horror, served up by The  
Menu. Best to have dinner before watching this :-) 
 
From Bollywood, we have the family-friendly Uunchai, and the crime thriller 
Drishyam 2, which in the Hindi remake of a Malayalam sequel. 
 
For the more cultured, we have Aida on at Killarney Mall on Sunday, and 
Medea on at the SK art-friendly venues, also on Sunday. These are film  
versions of the live operas. 
 
The 18th annual South African HORRORFEST Film Festival is running from  
18 - 30 November, at The Labia Theatre, Cape Town, and also streaming  
across SA via Quicket. 
 
http://www.horrorfest.info/  
 
New this week 
 
* She Said (16 LSV) 
* The Menu (16 LVD) 
* Uunchai (probably PG) 
* Drishyam 2 (probably 16 V) 
 
https://www.moviesite.co.za/new.htm   
 
Forthcoming attractions 
https://www.moviesite.co.za/4thcome.htm  
 
Updated the home page poster 
https://www.moviesite.co.za/  
 
List of all movies showing 
https://www.moviesite.co.za/reviews.htm  
 
Same list sorted by Age Restriction 
https://www.moviesite.co.za/showingbyage.htm  
 
Showtimes 
https://www.moviesite.co.za/where.htm  
 
Wallpaper (Full HD desktop) 
https://www.moviesite.co.za/pinup.html  
 
Remember you can support the site by reading the ads... :-) 
 
Enjoy :-) 
 
Cheers, Ian 
 
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How much does a roof cost?  
 
Nothing — it’s on the house. 
 
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Two giant windmills are standing in a field.  
 
One turns to the other and asks, “What kind of music do you like?” 
 
“Well, I’m a huge metal fan,” the other replies. 
 
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My mom told me never to steal kitchen utensils. 
 
But it’s a whisk I’m willing to take. 
 
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A man giving a long-winded speech says, “I’m sorry I talked so long. I left  
my watch at home.”  
 
A voice from the crowd replies, “There’s a calendar behind you.” 
 
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Mimes are known to commit unspeakable acts. 
 
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I asked my 11-year-old to help me write my “out of office” message.  
 
She suggested, “I AM ON VACATION, SO YOUR EMAIL WILL BE DELETED.” 
 
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My seven-year-old didn’t want to eat at a particular restaurant because she  
didn’t want to dine outside.  
 
I told her we’d be eating inside the building.  
 
She then argued that buildings are technically outside.  
 
She’s now my attorney. 
 
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Working from home while your kids are there is like trying to read a book  
at a Metallica concert. 
 
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My toddler got a hold of the markers.  
 
I caught  her red-handed.  
 
Purple-handed, too. 
 
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My kid wanted to go to a buffet for her birthday dinner. A few plates in, 
she started groaning and saying how full she was. 
 
Me: “You should really stop if you’re that full.” 
 
My kid: “Dad, it’s called an all-you-can-eat buffet.  
Not an all-you-should-eat buffet. 
 
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Me to my 4-year-old son: “You’re our first-born. When you were born, Mom  
and Dad didn’t even know how to be parents. 
 
My son: “So who were my parents until you learned?” 
 
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Santa Claus has the right idea... visit people only once a year. 
 
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One night, a Viking named Rudolph the Red looked out the window and  
predicted that it was going to rain. 
 
His wife asked, “How do you know?” 
 
He replied, “Because Rudolph the Red knows rain, dear.” 
 
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During the holidays, I often see my sisters, who still, even after all 
these years, can’t seem to agree with me.  
 
They take silly, indefensible positions, such as denying that my parents 
loved me more because I was the better child. 
 
 
  



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