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justine wrote: I saw Journey To The Center Of The Earth.

Which one?
The old one is a childhood favorite.
I haven't seen the recent one, yet.
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The one with Brendon Fraser. Most of the people here hated it, but i wish i'd seen it on the big screen.
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justine wrote: I saw Journey To The Center Of The Earth.


I might see it tomorrow, if it is available at my redbox.

I watched Rush Hour 3 tonight.
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I watched Primeval yesterday. It's a long the lines of Lake Placid, only the croc in question actually exists and is believed to be the biggest ever and over 50 years old. The flick also gets into the politics deep in afirca. Worth seeing.
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Amazon Women on the Moon

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0092546/

So bad, it's good.
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justine wrote: I watched Primeval yesterday. It's a long the lines of Lake Placid, only the croc in question actually exists and is believed to be the biggest ever and over 50 years old. The flick also gets into the politics deep in afirca. Worth seeing.

There is a series named "Primeval" on BBCAmerica that I've seen a couple of episodes of. I liked it, but I can't seem to catch it. I think I might have set the recorder for it. I'll have to check. I need to catch up on "True Blood" too.
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Kung Fu Panda later today.
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arkayn wrote: Kung Fu Panda later today.


Huh? The last you movie you saw, is in the future?
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ukimalefu wrote:
arkayn wrote: Kung Fu Panda later today.


Huh? The last you movie you saw, is in the future?

arkayn's copy of Time Machine borked.
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I watched What Happens In Vegas and Mickey Blue Eyes. The former was good but very predictable. The latter was pretty funny.
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I was just getting ready to put it in about that time.
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Inside Man
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The Lost Battalion - it was pretty good, solid 4/5.
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Fast Food Nation for class. Also saw Chocolat for the same class a few weeks ago.
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Role Models, sometimes a stupid R rated comedy is just the ticket for escapism.
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Hellboy II: The Golden Army
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arkayn wrote: Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Review, please.
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DukeofNuke wrote:
arkayn wrote: Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Review, please.


It was okay, some of the people that I was expecting to see were not in this movie.

I think they chickened out on the ending as well.

The Golden Army itself was quite cool though.
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Quantum of Solace....awesome.
The visuals don't hold up.
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arkayn wrote:
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arkayn wrote: Hellboy II: The Golden Army

Review, please.


It was okay, some of the people that I was expecting to see were not in this movie.

John Hurt? :P

I'm thinking I'll buy that DVD without seeing the movie first, something that I rarely do. Maybe even get the first one. And some of the comics.
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The Andromeda Strain
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matt wrote: Havoc

How was that?
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I thought it was interesting.
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Bladerunner, The Final Cut (TV edit)

Is Decker a Replacant or not?

However, this edit seemed to make more sense that the others I've watched,(perhaps I was less "prepared"this time) although the "God and Jesus" symbolism was a little heavyhanded
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I watched Fracture. I thought it was pretty good.
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Journey To The Center Of The Earth - 2008 version
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arkayn wrote: Journey To The Center Of The Earth - 2008 version


How was that?
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Conner wrote:
arkayn wrote: Journey To The Center Of The Earth - 2008 version


How was that?


Pretty good actually, a lot of interesting action with some science thrown in to boot. Dinosaurs, glowing birds, a underground sea and hot temperatures.
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Cool - I think I'm picking that up tomorrow for a free rental.
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arkayn wrote:
Conner wrote:
arkayn wrote: Journey To The Center Of The Earth - 2008 version


How was that?


Pretty good actually, a lot of interesting action with some science thrown in to boot. Dinosaurs, glowing birds, a underground sea and hot temperatures.


How about boobies ... any boobies?
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Shnicky-Poo wrote:
arkayn wrote:
Conner wrote:
arkayn wrote: Journey To The Center Of The Earth - 2008 version


How was that?


Pretty good actually, a lot of interesting action with some science thrown in to boot. Dinosaurs, glowing birds, a underground sea and hot temperatures.


How about boobies ... any boobies?

they thought Pb was paladsium or something instead of lead, tho.
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Quantum of Solace

Not bad. I really couldn't follow the dialog very well. Perhaps the sound was not correctly adjusted in the theater. It seemed as if everyone was whispering, and they all spoke quickly and with different accents. I got enough to follow the story, tho.
I like the direction the "new" Bond is going.[spoiler]He didn't use not one gadget. No mention of "Q" branch at all. Now, I always liked that stuff, but sometimes it was just too over-the-top. I also like that Bond is being portrayed as being sensitive, and vengeful, but also ruthless, as when he uses his friend for a shield, holds him compassionately while he dies, then leaves him in a dumpster![/spoiler]
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Just watched Groundhog Day for the first time... I had this curse where I would always see the last 10 minutes of the movie on TV, but nothing else.
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Wall-E.

Heh. Yeah, pretty good.

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I watched the new Indiana Jones. It was ok. I liked the ant scene. :)


I also saw Deception, which was pretty good.
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