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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!
justine Elitist Beer Lover
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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.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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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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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.

He said he's returning in 3 years! That's the sequel!
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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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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.
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.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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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.
Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.

.tsooJ
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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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Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.


Yeah, you and ... uh ... well, no one else.
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It's got Charlie!
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!

.tsooJ
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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!


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

Anyway: Edward Scissorhands.

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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Alien wrote:
Æon Flux (again).

I like it a lot.

.tsooJ


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.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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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.
justine Elitist Beer Lover
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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.
arkayn Aaarrrggghhhh
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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.
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.
Alexander Supertramp this was uncalled for.
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Kick Ass

I enjoyed it...best small person fighting since Yoda.
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:
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.


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


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.
The Boondock Saints. Heh.
The Boondock Saints II. Meh.

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