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maurvir Steamed meat popsicle
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Séamas posted:
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I couldn't tell an Autobot from a Decepticon in the first movie and I left it feeling confused and befuddled. I didn't bother with the rest of the bunch. The only thing I took from that movie was an appreciation for Megan Fox's tits.


then their work was done


What if you already had an appreciation for her tits?


How many people only visit an art gallery once? Nothing to say you can't go back and enjoy your favorite works of art repeatedly...
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Séamas posted:
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Séamas posted:
So nearly a full century passes after Chaplin made the Rink, Michael bay spends $195 million to create this piece of human waste.


it's depressing, but if it makes you feel any better it's becoming increasingly clear that hollywood's blockbuster financing model is on the verge of collapse ... the number of flops this summer has been truly disastrous for the industry; a couple more summers like this and the two-hundred-million dollar spectacle will be reduced to a very small number indeed (and even the tried-and-true joss wheadon projects will be at risk if they flop)



How are they defining flop?
I'm only asking as this Transformers movie was probably not all that impressive (compared to earlier installments), yet it still took in close to a $$ billion more than they spent on it. I don't know if the producers will call that a success or not.
I'd say MOST of what has turned me off of the blockbuster movies is I can pretty much predict what scene chiché or piece of dialogue is coming next.
My wife laughed as I correctly predicted the "Go, Go! Go!, Go!" and "Look out!" right before the actors did.

I'm beginning to think the film composers are all using the same score now.


Hey! It only took you 8 years to notice.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Ghost In The Shell Arise

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DukeofNuke FREE RADICAL
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Coal Miners Daughter

It had been such a long time since I watched it through, that I had forgotten what a good film it really is.
Pithecanthropus Roast Master
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Séamas posted:
TOS posted:
Pithecanthropus posted:
I couldn't tell an Autobot from a Decepticon in the first movie and I left it feeling confused and befuddled. I didn't bother with the rest of the bunch. The only thing I took from that movie was an appreciation for Megan Fox's tits.


then their work was done


What if you already had an appreciation for her tits?

Well, I'd never seen her before, so apart from an appreciation for tits in general, I would never have been, er, exposed to hers.
TOS
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Pithecanthropus posted:
Séamas posted:
TOS posted:
Pithecanthropus posted:
I couldn't tell an Autobot from a Decepticon in the first movie and I left it feeling confused and befuddled. I didn't bother with the rest of the bunch. The only thing I took from that movie was an appreciation for Megan Fox's tits.


then their work was done


What if you already had an appreciation for her tits?

Well, I'd never seen her before, so apart from an appreciation for tits in general, I would never have been, er, exposed to hers.


how about fake ones?
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I might go see This Is The End this week. :)
Pariah Know Your Enemy
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Metacell posted:
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Diamonds Are Forever (continuing our sojourn through the James Bond movies that are available on Netflix streaming).

Not the best Bond movie, but certainly not the worst.

It's kind of bad, but it's funny.

It's so bad it transcends into fun entertainment. It's a hilarious watch if you get a kick out of broken continuity.
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Is that the one with the moon buggy thing?

I remember as a kid, my friend had a Matchbox or something like that as a toy (larger scale than a regular Matchbox).

It was years later that I saw the movie--prior to that I had no clue why a man in a suit would be in a space buggy.
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event horizon

holy shmoly that movie was bad

i wish i knew why it was that sci-fi movies so frequently have to be dumb
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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That movie is good. Campy and over the top maybe, but good.

There aren't too many horror in space movies, so take what you can.
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"Alien" set a pretty high bar.
dv
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Few are as bad as Within The Rock. (Which I have not had the opportunity to see recently, thank heavens.)
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Worst movie ever is Leprechaun in space
Metacell Chocolate Brahma
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Worse than Leprechaun in the Hood? (actually, scratch that; that movie's great)
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oldboy

great flick, beautifully directed
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never say never again

with that cast it should've been amazing but it just wasn't
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Yeah, sorry to say it, but Octopussy was better.
Elysium.

I enjoyed it. I thought the message was a little "brick to the face" obvious, but then I read some posts on IMDB and many still didn't get it. Ah well :D

I think Neil Blomkamp and Sharlto Copely are the next Tim Burton and Johnny Depp.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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A Good Day to Die Hard

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mmaverick my steady systematic decline
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green lantern and In Time.

I guess you could say I'm slumming it.
Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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I recently watched Phantom Menace with Rifftrax (first time I watched the move since the original theatrical run) and then MST3K's "The Beatniks."

MST3K is more entertaining than Rifftrax, in my opinion.
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I never liked the MST3K concept, because my friends and I all loved to sit and watch those same movies and make our own spontaneous and infinitely funnier commentaries. It felt like they were trying to replace friendship and creativity, or at least market nostalgia for them to everyone who hadn't any.
justine Elitist Beer Lover
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Epic. Cute and colorful.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Europa Report :up:



I, for one, am never attempting a landing there.
I just started watching Henry IV part I; going to finish tonight. So far it seems like a good adaptation of the Shakespeare play; almost immediately I knew who the characters were, just by where they were at. ;)

-mark
justine Elitist Beer Lover
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I watched Epic again with the grandkids. Yes, my life is exciting.
Geesie Couldn't hit it sideways
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Getting tired of Mike Patton?
TOS
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simpsons movie

still funny
justine Elitist Beer Lover
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Geesie posted:
Getting tired of Mike Patton?

Not the song, the movie. :p
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Oblivion

Not bad, not great either.
TOS
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i watched the infamous agedgruel sex tape last night

man that dude is flexible
juice Inadvertently correct
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Is your wife not giving you enough attention?

/sorry if I wore her out
TOS
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:(

the days of wine and slurping are over, aren't they?
juice Inadvertently correct
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What do you think?
TOS
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user Stupid cockwomble
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TOS posted:
:(

the days of wine and slurping are over, aren't they?

Is that another Blake Edwards movie?
TOS
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user posted:
TOS posted:
:(

the days of wine and slurping are over, aren't they?

Is that another Blake Edwards movie?


aye, dudley moore played the loveable drunk and julie andrews was the hooker with a heart of gold
juice Inadvertently correct
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Now that's a movie I would watch.
The World's End. A silly bit of fun. Love the trio of Simon Pegg, Nick Frost, and Edgar Wright.
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