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The Pam Anderson Roast. Well, it was on DVD.

I just wanted to see Andy Dick manipulating Pam's tits and Courtney Love flashing her panties all the while claiming she was perfectly sober.

What was interesting on the DVD was seeing a red carpet interview with Anna Nicole, now knowing that she would be dead in a few years.

(actually, Bea Arthur was one of the roasters, too)
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(actually, Bea Arthur was one of the roasters, too)

I don't understand: was this supposed to be a redeeming quality of this DVD? :D
Senna

It's a documentary on the life of the F1 champion Ayrton Senna. I thought it was pretty good, it showed how much he meant to Brazil. Although I think the segment Top Gear did on one show highlighted his racing abilities more than this film.
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DEyncourt wrote:
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(actually, Bea Arthur was one of the roasters, too)

I don't understand: was this supposed to be a redeeming quality of this DVD? :D

No, she died, too.
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DEyncourt wrote:
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(actually, Bea Arthur was one of the roasters, too)

I don't understand: was this supposed to be a redeeming quality of this DVD? :D

No, she died, too.


yea :(

only one golden girl left :(
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DEyncourt wrote:
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(actually, Bea Arthur was one of the roasters, too)

I don't understand: was this supposed to be a redeeming quality of this DVD? :D

No, she died, too.

Ah, I missed that connection.
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Yesterday I watched "Don't Give Up the Ship" and "Max Manus: Man of War" on Netflix.
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Priest.

87 minutes of everything you'd expect from a crappy movie.
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Priest.

87 minutes of everything you'd expect from a crappy movie.


lol just watched that the other day, it was a little off...

right now im watching Colossus - The Forbin Project :up:
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Logan's Run

There's one that needs a "gritty reboot!" :up:
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Watched "The Good, the Bad & the Ugly" with my boy last week. He loves westerns and I'd been waiting till he was a little older. Clint's a little "edgier" than Jimmy Stewart and John Wayne. Anyway, he's Hooked. "Fistfull of Dollars" is next.
True Grit

The new version with Jeff Bridges. Pretty good.
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Freakout Jackson wrote:
Watched "The Good, the Bad & the Ugly" with my boy last week. He loves westerns and I'd been waiting till he was a little older. Clint's a little "edgier" than Jimmy Stewart and John Wayne. Anyway, he's Hooked. "Fistfull of Dollars" is next.

These are two of my favorites.
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The man who knew too little.

Lots of fun almost the whole way through, weak ending in the last five minutes. Didn't ruin it. :)
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Cop Out

Overall, the movie is pretty weak, but the first 20 minutes;

LOL ! Tracy Morgan is totally insane ! I suffered side splitting laughter .
Star Wars: Episode IV, A New Hope

The original theatrical release version, not one of eleventysixbazillionnewwaysgeorgelucascanfuckupagoodthing versions.
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Sunshine.

Very dramatic scifi space disaster flick. Reminded me of the western version of Solaris.
Limitless - good movie, i liked it.
Drive Angry - it was something all right, kind of stick fiddling crazy.
The Next Three Days. wow what an awesome movie, it was a little slow for the 1st 15mins but it was very suspenseful.
The Beaver. I liked it, not much else to say about it lol.
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Freakout Jackson wrote:
Watched "The Good, the Bad & the Ugly" with my boy last week. He loves westerns and I'd been waiting till he was a little older. Clint's a little "edgier" than Jimmy Stewart and John Wayne. Anyway, he's Hooked. "Fistfull of Dollars" is next.


Great for their soundtrack alone.
Then again, I think there is more soundtrack and sound effects (spurs and gunshots) than there is dialog in those movies.
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Dilemma. It was ok.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Red Riding Hood

Liked it :up:
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Red Riding Hood

Liked it :up:


i liked the music too :up:
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Thor.

Not bad, and ready and primed for a sequel.
lleviathann The itch you can't scratch
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Paul - Unrated version on DVD. Funny, :thumbs up:
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Invitation to the Dance (1956) on TCM. Gene Kelly concept film consisting of several vignettes using no words, only music & dance.

Incredible!!

Although some of the visuals in the "Sinbad the Sailor" sequence "just don't hold up." :goth:
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I just finished One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest. I haven't seen it in over 20 years. Still a great movie.
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X-Men: First Class. Best one since the first, in some ways it was better. The only thing that really bugged me was Mystique being all bummed out because obviously gay Xavier and Beast weren't turned on by her.
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Saw Once a couple weeks ago (excellent chick flick) so had to go back and re-watch the Commitments the other night. As an old school R&B fan the committments really nails it.
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X-Men: First Class. Best one since the first, in some ways it was better. The only thing that really bugged me was Mystique being all bummed out because obviously gay Xavier and Beast weren't turned on by her.

To be fair, I don't think I've ever saw the Henry on a date in the comics. And I don't just mean a date with a woman either. I mean period.
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I finally saw Lost in Translation on Tuesday. Bill Murray is pretty awesome.
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Ender wrote:
I finally saw Lost in Translation on Tuesday. Bill Murray is pretty awesome.

Best title scene evar.
It was quite a baseball filled day today as I saw Moneyball this afternoon, than went to the pub and watched the Brew Crew win, than waited for the Cards to loose their game and now celebrating that we have clinched our division for the 1st time in my life! October here we come, or shall I say Brewtober as we will bring that pennant home.
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Darkman.

Watching it was a lot like having painful diarrhea.
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Aw man, Darkman is another Sam Raimi anti-mainstream classic!

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Metacell wrote:
X-Men: First Class. Best one since the first, in some ways it was better. The only thing that really bugged me was Mystique being all bummed out because obviously gay Xavier and Beast weren't turned on by her.

To be fair, I don't think I've ever saw the Henry on a date in the comics. And I don't just mean a date with a woman either. I mean period.

Maybe his feet fulfill all his wishes!
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Bridesmaids, for the second time.
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Metacell wrote:
Aw man, Darkman is another Sam Raimi anti-mainstream classic!

Painful, stomach cramp inducing, don't dare get up for fear of something going horribly wrong. Then, a feeling of relief . . . That you could, possibly get up, and an immediate realization that you need to sit back down RIGHT NOW or you're going to miss! Pain! And finally, after a long, agonizing battle, it's over. But your ass will never be the same again.

Darkman or Diarrhea. You decide.
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