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Has no one seen Jobs?
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DukeofNuke posted:
Has no one seen Jobs?


No

Pirates of Silicon Valley 4eva!

OK, maybe I will see it.
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Hansel and Gretel, Witch Hunters

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is that out on video yet?
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Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969)

I don't recall whether or not I have ever seen this from start to finish, but if I did, it was a long time ago.

I can see why people went bananas for the pairing of Newman and Redford. They work off each other well, but also do great individual performances. Newman is really outstanding.
Totally fun movie.
Pacific Rim

It's a popcorn flick, and I like giant monsters and robots.
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Scavengers

Low budget Sci-Fi movie, still much better than any SyFy original.

The worst: it doesn't have a real ending. It's like they pretended to have an open ending hoping to make a sequel, but I think it was more like ooops, we ran out of time/budget.
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Fast Times At Ridgemont High was on last night. That movie never stops being funny. :D
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Glad to see we weren't the only ones on an 80s kick. Watched "The Breakfast Club" the other night. We both had forgotten how good that movie is. Of course, my dearest love was quoting parts of it as they went by, I was ... so proud.
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Pithecanthropus posted:
Glad to see we weren't the only ones on an 80s kick. Watched "The Breakfast Club" the other night. We both had forgotten how good that movie is. Of course, my dearest love was quoting parts of it as they went by, I was ... so proud.

Some of the best movies came from the 80's. :)
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How were the potato chip sandwiches?
DukeofNuke posted:
Has no one seen Jobs?


I saw it last week. And I actually liked it. I kinda wished they had gone a bit more into his work at NeXT and Pixar, but I guess you can only cover so much in 2 hours.

Also, one thing - after seeing this movie, from now on I am going to refer to IBM as IB-Fucking-M. It just has a much better ring to it.
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How were the potato chip sandwiches?

Captain Crunch sandwiches? Frito sandwiches? It wasn't potato chips, but i'm not exactly sure what it was.
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Been even longer since I last saw TBC.
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justine posted:
user posted:
How were the potato chip sandwiches?

Captain Crunch sandwiches? Frito sandwiches? It wasn't potato chips, but i'm not exactly sure what it was.


It was some kind of cereal, with added sugar.
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SOMEBODY made potato chip sandwiches.
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SOMEBODY made potato chip sandwiches.


Hitler did. Banana and crisps.
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Pithecanthropus posted:
Glad to see we weren't the only ones on an 80s kick. Watched "The Breakfast Club" the other night. We both had forgotten how good that movie is. Of course, my dearest love was quoting parts of it as they went by, I was ... so proud.



My HS years were book-ended by "Fast Times" and "Better Off Dead"
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Blazing Saddles and Star Wars for me.
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Total Recall, V.2

sad
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There were THREE tits!
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DukeofNuke posted:
Total Recall, V.2

sad


How can Kate Beckinsale AND Jessica Biel make you sad? Oh, and 3 boob girl, how!?

Yeah, when people talk about Total Recall, I will always think about the original (Sharon Stone!), but the remake... I didn't hate it, and I was expecting to hate it.
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TOS posted:
apollo 18

meh

I liked the look of it, they really got that 1970s NASA thing going on. Other than that, you're right.
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Pithecanthropus posted:
TOS posted:
apollo 18

meh

I liked the look of it, they really got that 1970s NASA thing going on. Other than that, you're right.


i thought the same thing, plus i liked the twist involving the russian lander but the rest of it just flopped, partly due to cavernous plot holes (for instance if it's found footage, how did the footage get to earth?)
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Re-watched "Beetlejuice." Hadn't seen it in many many years. Hey, remember when a Tim Burton movie was something you enjoyed?
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I'm thinking viridian.
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wolverine

not bad, but i would have preferred it if the female leads had been actual actors with an ounce of talent instead of boy-thin supermodels
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Star Trek Into Darkness

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit 1988.
I'm startled that this thing is 25 years old. I remember the big fuss about it, and the work that went into it. It still looks good, and it had my kids totally entertained.


Dracula 1931
I know I must have seen this as a kid during one of the afternoon "monster week" broadcasts.
It has some excellent moody scenes, but it is realy slow, and there is almost zero buildup to the climax, and the whole movie is entirely bloodless. I was surprised at that--no shots of bite marks, and if there was fangs on anyone, I must have blinked.
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At some point in the last two weeks, I saw G.I. Joe: Retaliation.

It was pretty cartoon-ey.
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Dracula 1931 ...


It

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SEX!
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DukeofNuke posted:
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Dracula 1931 ...


It

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SEX!


It's... well, it's usually almost all about sex.
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Séamas posted:
Who Framed Roger Rabbit 1988.
I'm startled that this thing is 25 years old. I remember the big fuss about it, and the work that went into it. It still looks good, and it had my kids totally entertained.

I recall that a movie reviewer at the time said that Jessica Rabbit's torch singing scene was the first time he'd been aroused by a cartoon character.

Yeah, it was well before hentai was over here.
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I fell asleep during Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
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Mah biscuits were burning.
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Liked it and it was fun but Aliens has ruined Bill Paxton for me. Every time I see him I expect a ‘game over man’.
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