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Dynocroc vs. Supergator.

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use the spoiler tag please?


Oh please.
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Dynocroc vs. Supergator.

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This is an all-time classic, almost as good as Sharktopus.
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Iron Man 2


-Better than the first one.
the dilemma, it wasnt that good, but it was way better than couples retreat. if you like vulgar comedy and have 2 hours to spare see it.
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Monsters Vs. Aliens

It failed to thrill.
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MacGruber


I liked it. The guy's a stick fiddling genius.
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Alien on blu-ray, which was frickin' awesome.
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I just watched Cop Out and was surprised it really wasn't a bad flick.


Watching The Other Guys again.
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bratboy wrote:
Alien on blu-ray, which was frickin' awesome.

Ooh, lucky! It's one of my top 5 favorite films.
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Into the Wild

How does it feel seeing yourself on screen?
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It's glorious!
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bratboy wrote:
Alien on blu-ray, which was frickin' awesome.

I just watched the "assembly cut" of Alien 3. Still not as good as the first two, but nevertheless, far superior to what was released.
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Alien on blu-ray, which was frickin' awesome.
I'm frickin' awesome regardless of medium, thankyouverymuch.

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bratboy wrote:
Alien on blu-ray, which was frickin' awesome.

I just watched the "assembly cut" of Alien 3. Still not as good as the first two, but nevertheless, far superior to what was released.


I've long ago forgot the differences (but if I recall, they were oddly significant), so I'll have to watch both.

We watched the theatrical cut of Alien, I'm not sure what the director's cut includes. I known I've seen the director's cut (is there only one?) of Aliens, and it's fun to experience if you're so used to the theatrical version, but I find it kind of long and unnecessary.
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Oh, and we watched Inception tonight. It was a lot more action-y than I expected, but I thought it was pretty cool (alas, adam felt it was too long).
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Oh, and we watched Inception tonight. It was a lot more action-y than I expected, but I thought it was pretty cool (alas, adam felt it was too long).


it only felt long because the last hour was all suspense. and awesome :up:
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The Expendables...didn't live up to expectations. Needed more aging action hero movie stars mixed in. Really no Van Damme or Chuck Norris? :lol:

Tho Steve Austin was a nice touch...just wish he had more personality carry over from his WWE character rather than just a plain henchman tough guy.
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An Officer and a Gentleman. Still a good movie.
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The Expendables...didn't live up to expectations. Needed more aging action hero movie stars mixed in. Really no Van Damme or Chuck Norris? :lol:

Tho Steve Austin was a nice touch...just wish he had more personality carry over from his WWE character rather than just a plain henchman tough guy.


hey stranger :love:
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The wife & I watched The Hangover last night.
Hystercal. :lol:
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I watched You Again on the plane. The movie was pretty awful, but Kristin Bell is pretty delightful.
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The wife & I watched The Hangover last night.
Hystercal. :lol:

The first time i saw it, i wasn't in hysterics, but man, that movie is really funny. I dunno why i didn't think so first time around.
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'The Kids Are All Right'

Loved it!
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Clash of the Titans (the remake). It was all right. It makes the original look like a work of Shakespeare though.
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The Other Guys
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Why couldn't you have shot a-rod instead?

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Days of Heaven.

So gorgeous. Terrence Malick is God.
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The Millenium Trilogy. Pretty good.
the social network, i liked it. didnt care much about the ending tho.
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did facebook blow up

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wait don't tell me I'm watching it next week
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I saw Eat Pray Love the other night. It was ok.
For the past 2-3 weeks I've been watching the classic 1973 TV series "The Starlost", starring Keir Dullea, who played Dave Bowman in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Bren's thread about the biggest 2001 fan got me to thinking, so I watched 2001: A Space Odyssey last night. It was entertaining and a visual masterpiece as always but the last ~40 minutes still doesn't make much sense.
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I watched Machete last night. All I can say is Hot Damn.
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For the past 2-3 weeks I've been watching the classic 1973 TV series "The Starlost", starring Keir Dullea, who played Dave Bowman in 2001: A Space Odyssey. Bren's thread about the biggest 2001 fan got me to thinking, so I watched 2001: A Space Odyssey last night. It was entertaining and a visual masterpiece as always but the last ~40 minutes still doesn't make much sense.

You did read that Wikipedia page on the Starlost, didn't you? I'm not sure anyone would characterize it as being a "classic" unless your definition includes things which are simply old.
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The President's Analyst

Canadian spies!
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That's a great concept. They should have let Ellison and Bova do what they wanted.
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rjprice wrote:
Bren's thread about the biggest 2001 fan got me to thinking, so I watched 2001: A Space Odyssey last night. It was entertaining and a visual masterpiece as always but the last ~40 minutes still doesn't make much sense.


Granted I've seen it a million times, but it makes sense to me! (I've read the book, though.)
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