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Avatar.

Bunch of tree-hugging hippie crap.

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Alien wrote: Avatar.

Bunch of tree-hugging hippie crap.

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:lol:




thats funny cause its so true!
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I watched Brothers tonite. It wasn't bad, but the ending kinda sucked.
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The Men Who Stare At Goats (meh)



Did You Hear About The Morgans? I thought this was entertaining and Sam Elliot is still just as handsome as ever. :drool:
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How to train your dragon.

Cute. 3D was nice but not required. It'll be a good rental.
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-Fly me to The Moon

-Monty Python's Life of Brian.
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I'm watching 2012. Its almost half done and I think its pretty good.
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For some reason I decided to plow my way through the entire Harry Potter series (except for the latest).

Someone sold a stack of the movies to the store and I got them.
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I like the HP movies. I think the first was the best, but i like them all.
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District 9.

man o man, talk about a frail human anti-hero! The flower bit at the end was really touching.
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user wrote: District 9.

man o man, talk about a frail human anti-hero! The flower bit at the end was really touching.


Can't wait for the sequel.

[spoiler]He said he's returning in 3 years! That's the sequel![/spoiler]
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Taken.

I thought it was just going to be a revenge piece and was surprised. Liam really pulled it off.
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LLEVIATHANN wrote: How to train your dragon.

Cute. 3D was nice but not required. It'll be a good rental.


Saw it today. I agree. I also saw Avatar and Coraline recently (as in the past couple of months).

HTTYD had a similar plot structure as Avatar, but I thought HTTYD was way cuter, charming, and enjoyable. I was a lot less distracted by pondering the implications for gender and racial constructions in virtual wolds when I saw HTTYD, too.
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City Island was incredible!
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Beer Wars. Really interesting. After watching this, I have much dislike for Anheuser Busch inBev. They're the Wal Mart of the beer industry.
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"Sherlock Holmes". A very entertaining, very stylish movie (Guy Ritchie directed), but it's this odd cross between the canonical Holmes and a Batman movie. Holmes gets into lots of fights and action scenes. As I said, as a movie it's entertaining, but as a Sherlock Holmes movie, it's BS.
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Angels and Demons.

Never read the book, liked the movie.
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I just read Shatner's "Star Trek Memories" (much better than I would have expected), so I'm starting to go through the whole series of movies now that I've got some backstage info.

I have Wrath of Khan and Search For Spock and (groan) The Final Frontier. I still need The Voyage Home and the V'ger one.
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Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.

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Oi watched The Piano. I didn't know what to expect from it. It was really good. I'm going to have to watch it on something bigger than an 8" screen.
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Alien wrote: Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.


Yeah, you and ... uh ... well, no one else.
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It's got Charlie!
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Shnicky-Poo wrote:
Alien wrote:Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.
Yeah, you and ... uh ... well, no one else.
Oh, I'm so sorry for disagreeing with public opinion!

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Alien wrote:
Shnicky-Poo wrote:
Alien wrote:Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.
Yeah, you and ... uh ... well, no one else.
Oh, I'm so sorry for disagreeing with public opinion!


10% on Rotten Tomatoes.
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Can Alien and one other guy honestly occupy 10%?
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Shnicky-Poo wrote:10% on Rotten Tomatoes.
You don't say…

Anyway: Edward Scissorhands.

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Alien wrote: Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.

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I like her (Charlize Theron with black straight hair) a lot. She's one of my desktops.

http://cl.ly/QU2

The movie wasn't bad. Never really liked the cartoon.

I also like Edward Scissorhands.
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Shnicky-Poo wrote:
Alien wrote: Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.


Yeah, you and ... uh ... well, no one else.

LIES! I liked it too and so did the Mrs.

Nothing says "Get Off My Lawn!" better than that razor grass human waste in the movie.
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Curse of the golden flower

Beautiful. ANY frame of that movie could be a poster or computer wallpaper. And the story is good too, and it's something Hollywood would NEVER do.
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I watched The Lovely Bones. I liked the book. Hated the movie. I don't think it transferred well from book to movie.
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I might watch Avatar sometime this weekend.
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arkayn wrote: I might watch Avatar sometime this weekend.

I'm gonna watch it the next time i go to my sons. He has it on Blu Ray.
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I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell.

Not quite as funny as the individual Tucker Max stories, but still chock full of funny bits with some painfully awkward stuff interspersed.
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Kick Ass

I enjoyed it...best small person fighting since Yoda.
The visuals don't hold up.
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justine wrote:
arkayn wrote: I might watch Avatar sometime this weekend.

I'm gonna watch it the next time i go to my sons. He has it on Blu Ray.


I can't imagine how lousy that movie would be in regular 2-D.
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Shnicky-Poo wrote:
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arkayn wrote: I might watch Avatar sometime this weekend.

I'm gonna watch it the next time i go to my sons. He has it on Blu Ray.


I can't imagine how lousy that movie would be in regular 2-D.


I can't imagine it being much better in 3D.
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DukeofNuke wrote:
Shnicky-Poo wrote:
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arkayn wrote: I might watch Avatar sometime this weekend.

I'm gonna watch it the next time i go to my sons. He has it on Blu Ray.


I can't imagine how lousy that movie would be in regular 2-D.


I can't imagine it being much better in 3D.


It had the virtue of at least being visually compelling. Makes it easier to overlook the overacting and clumsy-ass writing.
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Shnicky-Poo wrote:
justine wrote:
arkayn wrote: I might watch Avatar sometime this weekend.

I'm gonna watch it the next time i go to my sons. He has it on Blu Ray.


I can't imagine how lousy that movie would be in regular 2-D.



It looks just fine to me, especially seeing as how I cannot see it in 3D anyway.
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The Boondock Saints. Heh.
The Boondock Saints II. Meh.

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