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DukeofNuke wrote:I figure it will get the award for makeup, (making Brad Pitt look like a teenager was cooler than making him look old), and it is obviously a first class production.

Well, technically, that would probably be special effects not makeup. From Wired a couple months ago...
Wired wrote:CG was the answer: Make a 3-D model of Pitt's visage, fast-forward it five decades, and stick it on the torso of a diminutive actor.

Wired wrote:glow-in-the-dark powder, which allows a combination of phosphorescent strobes and cheap digicams to capture more detailed facial data
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Also, FYI, I am in the middle of watching A Bridge Too Far...
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safari wrote:*snip* Wired a couple months ago...


wow, pretty cool!
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Alexander Supertramp wrote: I've been working through the x men trilogy over the last few days. They're fun, but have some continuity issues.


I love how Kitty Pryde changes completely from movie to movie. :squint:
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We watched part of The Apostle in class. Maybe we'll finish the movie.
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Adagia wrote:
Alexander Supertramp wrote: I've been working through the x men trilogy over the last few days. They're fun, but have some continuity issues.


I love how Kitty Pryde changes completely from movie to movie. :squint:


I know! Same with pyro. It's these small details I notice.
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Oh, we have also been watching Finding Nemo in German class. Using the German audio with English subtitles.

(Factoid... did you know that all Disney and Pixar movies - esp. animated ones - are given authentic foreign audio before foreign release? All of Pixar's movies that have been released in Europe has audio tracks for the major European languages by similar European actors!)
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Wanted

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The Love Boat series.
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Blazing Saddles
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arkayn wrote: Blazing Saddles



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The Wedding Banquet. Gosh. That movie felt like watching my cousin get married.

On the bright side, getting paid to watch/screen this movie is awesome!
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I just watched Be Kind Rewind for the umpteenth time. One of my all time favorites.
The visuals don't hold up.
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Alexander Supertramp wrote:I just watched Be Kind Rewind for the umpteenth time. One of my all time favorites.

Yeah, that was a pretty good movie... I think that it could have been better though... :shrug:
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The Rock
For at least the 20th time... I love that movie.
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Logan's Ru... err... The Island!

That's what I saw, The Island.

It was good.
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The Clone Wars
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The Rocker. Not the best i've ever seen, but certainly not the worst.
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spike wrote:
arkayn wrote: Blazing Saddles



Badges?!?!?!


We don need no stinking badges! :lol: So many great lines from that movie, it would be impossible to list them here.

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Tortilla Heaven. One of the best shows yet.

Now to find BBQ Musllim.
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Napoleon Dynamite

Not since PeeWee's Big Adventure had I seen surreal and funny meet in such a wonderful masterpiece of the seventh art.
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I haven't watched it yet (i'd planned to several days ago) but tonite i'll be watching RocknRolla. I loooooooooooooooooove Gerard Butler.
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RockNRolla. I liked it but i'm not so sure it's worthy of a trilogy.
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Scooby Doo 2
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ukimalefu wrote: Scooby Doo 2


Hahaha! My granddaughter watched the first one last night before i watched RockNRolla.
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just watched spaceballs again :D
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Open Season 2
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Incredible Hulk (with Ed Norton)

I really liked it. I might even buy it.
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the princess bride again
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Just started re-watching the Eyes on the Prize series. God, it's wonderful.
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justine wrote: Incredible Hulk (with Ed Norton)

I really liked it. I might even buy it.


Ed Norton is stick fiddling awesome.
The visuals don't hold up.
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Frankenstein (The original with Boris Karloff)
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Alexander Supertramp wrote:
justine wrote: Incredible Hulk (with Ed Norton)

I really liked it. I might even buy it.


Ed Norton is stick fiddling awesome.

Aye, saw Pride and Glory a few days back. Good show.

Death Race was watched last night. Not bad, much better than some remakes that have happened.
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Enjoyable enough, but I kind of love all things Star Wars.
The visuals don't hold up.
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Hellboy 2 It was ok
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Atonement.

I didn't think I'd like it, but I actually did.
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Just watched The Fifth Element. Hadn't seen it since I went to see it in 1997. Whoa, even more fun than I remembered!

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Alien wrote: Just watched The Fifth Element. Hadn't seen it since I went to see it in 1997. Whoa, even more fun than I remembered!

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