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I just finished watching Teeth. Watch it. :D
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It has this:

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Now shut up.


Blue Eyed Brunette! Win-Win!! :D
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I dunno, I just saw Resident evil last night... man, was that bad.
The Lake House. I was torn between wanting to cry because it was so sentimental sweet and had a happy ending vs. slap my hand to my forehead because it made very little sense.
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Can't wait for Wall-E. Otherwise, *shrug*

edit: oh, and more batman.
arkayn Aaarrrggghhhh
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There are several movies that I want to see and the list gets longer every week.
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The Lake House. I was torn between wanting to cry because it was so sentimental sweet and had a happy ending vs. slap my hand to my forehead because it made very little sense.


I couldn't even sit through that. I was intrigued by the time difference and the previews, but it was just so terrible.

I watched the Number 23 recently as well. I liked it fairly well, but then I generally enjoy Jim Carrey.
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i watched the new indiana jones movie, it provided a lot of meh. I guess my hopes were up to high, but i just didn't care for it all that much like I did the others.
Just got Adaptation in from Netflix. I've heard alot of good things about it and finally got around to ordering it. Will be watching later tonight.
arkayn Aaarrrggghhhh
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The Incredible Hulk, last night.
"Good Night, and Good Luck."

stick fiddling wonderful movie.
juice Inadvertently correct
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arkayn wrote:
The Incredible Hulk, last night.

Me too.

What did you think?
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Star Wars Episodes 2 AND 3, again. Image
justine Elitist Beer Lover
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I watched Bucket List last night. It wasn't bad.
arkayn Aaarrrggghhhh
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agedgruel wrote:
arkayn wrote:
The Incredible Hulk, last night.

Me too.

What did you think?


I thought it blew the first movie down to the 34th level of hell.
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arkayn wrote:
agedgruel wrote:
arkayn wrote:
The Incredible Hulk, last night.

Me too.

What did you think?


I thought it blew the first movie down to the 34th level of hell.

The first movie didn't need any help.
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Shnicky-Poo wrote:
"Good Night, and Good Luck."

stick fiddling wonderful movie.


Glad to hear it, it's in my Netflix que.
FutureDreamz Matthew 5:5
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Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Lord of the Flies
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Saw Jumper again last night - good movie, not amazing but good.
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Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs


Old or new?
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I saw the Incredible Hulk the other night. I quite enjoyed it. I like how Marvel seems to be linking their movies together, the Marvel Universe idea.
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evilpoptart414 wrote:
FutureDreamz wrote:
Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs


Old or new?

you mean the 2007 version vs the 1988 version, four years before I was born? :brow:
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FutureDreamz wrote:
evilpoptart414 wrote:
FutureDreamz wrote:
Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs


Old or new?

you mean the 2007 version vs the 1988 version, four years before I was born? :brow:

You don't watch movies that were made before you were born? By the way, the original is better.
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The new one was a hoot! I kept forgetting that John Travolta was in it.
That was so creepy. And Justine's right, John Waters' version is MUCH better. The new one was entertaining but not as good.

Also: I never realized there was anyone so young on the forum.
I also caught Ratatouille on one of the movie channels last night. I forgot how much I enjoyed it. I saw Candy, that Heath Ledger drug movie, about a week ago. I guess the acting was good enough, but the movie was pretty boring as a whole, very lethargic feeling, which I suppose may have been part of the point, but almost no resolution and just not as interesting as you'd expect a movie with drug addiction and prostitution to be.
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justine wrote:
FutureDreamz wrote:
evilpoptart414 wrote:
FutureDreamz wrote:
Hairspray.
loved the lyrics on some of the songs


Old or new?

you mean the 2007 version vs the 1988 version, four years before I was born? :brow:

You don't watch movies that were made before you were born?

I'm less likely to be aware of them.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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King Kong (Peter Jackson's)
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The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissiou - Hilarious! :D

Is REALLY enjoying his Netflix experience.
It's hard not to love Netflix once you've gotten it. I greatly enjoyed Adaptation. I'm considering adding Darjeeling Limited to my list, but I've never really been into Wes Anderson so may just skip it.
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evilpoptart414 wrote:
I'm considering adding Darjeeling Limited to my list, but I've never really been into Wes Anderson so may just skip it.


You might like it. Mtpalms liked it, but i didn't last more than a half hour.
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The Hulk.

You wouldn't like me when I'm hungry!
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Dogma
Weird, huh. Considering. I was watching a movie with George Carlin in it the day before he died.
And in the movie, G.C. played a priest.
I'm like, "Dude! I was just watchin' a movie with that dude in it! Weird!"
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DukeofNuke wrote:
Dogma

One of my all time favorite flicks.
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justine wrote:
DukeofNuke wrote:
Dogma

One of my all time favorite flicks.

What she said
Invisible Target - A Hong Kong movie that came out last year (now on DVD in the US), I liked it a lot. The action was like an 80s Jackie Chan movie.
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