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DukeofNuke wrote:I also want to see it again, but next time at a nicer theater.

I have seen it again. But not at a theatre.... :heh:
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Alexander Supertramp wrote: Angels and Demons, it was pretty bad, which I should have been able to ascertain from reading the book years ago. Oh, and from reading and watching the Da Vinci code. Boo Dan Brown, boo Ron Howard, boo Tom Hanks' hair.


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I'm waiting for that one to be available on DVD.
Like, next Thursday.
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I'm never going to a theatre again.

I just saw both Fantastic 4 and FF4 Silver Surfer on DVD. Both sucked mildly, but I had been wanting to see them and it's nice to have been able to do so for FREE.

Next up is Iron Man.
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The Iron Man movie is better than the Fantastic 4 ones, so enjoy.
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I liked Iron Man... Especially at the end where... Oh... Sorrys

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Ironman was pretty damn good, IMHO.
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Mall Cop. Not a great flick, but i thought it was cool that Eddie Money's 'I Think I'm In Love' was playing at the end.
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Going to see Star Trek again later tonight.
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justine wrote: Mall Cop. Not a great flick, but i thought it was cool that Eddie Money's 'I Think I'm In Love' was playing at the end.

Yeah, I just got that from a friend. Haven't watched it yet though.
Conner wrote:Going to see Star Trek again later tonight.

Star Trek ftw!! (note: I love Spock's quote at the end.... ;) )
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Yeah, Iron Man was awesome. I liked how they showed Gwynneth paltrow's boobs.
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safari wrote:
justine wrote: Mall Cop. Not a great flick, but i thought it was cool that Eddie Money's 'I Think I'm In Love' was playing at the end.

Yeah, I just got that from a friend. Haven't watched it yet though.
Conner wrote:Going to see Star Trek again later tonight.

Star Trek ftw!! (note: I love Spock's quote at the end.... ;) )

What, the "Final Frontier" thing?
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Was better the second time!
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Shnicky-Poo wrote: Yeah, Iron Man was awesome. I liked how they showed Gwynneth paltrow's boobs.

They did? Damn, I missed that somehow.

:: plans to watch movie again ::

So when is the Nick Fury/Avenger movie coming out? No way they're going to play with Samuel about that.
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Anvil: the Story of Anvil.

Awesome. Like Spinal Tap, but real, much more touching and pretty funny.
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Shnicky-Poo wrote: Yeah, Iron Man was awesome. I liked how they showed Gwynneth paltrow's boobs.

They did? Damn, I missed that somehow.

:: plans to watch movie again ::

So when is the Nick Fury/Avenger movie coming out? No way they're going to play with Samuel about that.


I was kidding about the Gwynboobs.
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Dammit.

:: watches it again anyway ::
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DukeofNuke wrote:
safari wrote:
justine wrote: Mall Cop. Not a great flick, but i thought it was cool that Eddie Money's 'I Think I'm In Love' was playing at the end.

Yeah, I just got that from a friend. Haven't watched it yet though.
Conner wrote:Going to see Star Trek again later tonight.

Star Trek ftw!! (note: I love Spock's quote at the end.... ;) )

What, the "Final Frontier" thing?

No, the "Good Luck" with hand gesture thing quote, (as well as the lines leading up to that, but I think giving those away gives away an important part of the entire plot line...)
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Synecdoche, New York.

Allow me to sum it up for you so that you needn't see it yourself:

You're gonna die. We all are.
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Paul Blart: Mall Cop
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Got dragged to trek for a 3rd time yesterday - still love it.
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Shnicky-Poo wrote: Synecdoche, New York.

Allow me to sum it up for you so that you needn't see it yourself:

You're gonna die. We all are.


That movie was all sorts of insane.
The visuals don't hold up.
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Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back. Lowbrow but I couldn't help giggle.

Funny to see Eliza Dushku as a grumpy foul-mouthed jewel thief.
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Moonraker.

Now watching You Only Live Twice.
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Taking Chance

Kevin Bacon as a Marine Colonel escorting the remains of a young Marine KIA in Iraq, home for his funeral.

Almost a documentary. Lots of emphasis on the details and procedures.
Many touching moments, like when the baggage handlers all stop what they're doing and remove their caps in respect as the shipping container is off loaded from the plane.

No drama. No mystery. No maguffin.
Still, I was unable to tear myself away.

According to IMBD, This is only on HBO, the DVD is not yet released.
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Wow, that looks really interesting.
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My mistake. DVD "Taking Chance" was released 5/12.
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Night at the Museum II

T'was cute & funnier than the first. Kids loved it of course.
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Solaris.

Very mysterious in the 2001 style. I'm still not sure I've figured it out correctly. I think I'll have to read the book. The music was nice though. I'm actually thinking of getting the soundtrack.

I guess other people would have been interested in seeing Clooney's naked butt.
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Saw Up! with my dad this afternoon. The part in the beginning, I actually got choked up. :'(
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Conner wrote: Saw Up! with my dad this afternoon. The part in the beginning, I actually got choked up. :'(


I almost went and saw that today, but i was too busy. Did you see it in 3D?
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Nah, just in a regular theatre. The 3D/IMAX theatre is about an extra 20 min away then the other places…
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Just watched Crank this evening. It was pretty damn funny. I haven't laughed that hard watching a movie since Hot Fuzz. :lol:
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arkayn wrote: Paul Blart: Mall Cop

You actually payed to watch that?!?!?!

DukeofNuke wrote:Taking Chance

Kevin Bacon as a Marine Colonel escorting the remains of a young Marine KIA in Iraq, home for his funeral.

Almost a documentary. Lots of emphasis on the details and procedures.
Many touching moments, like when the baggage handlers all stop what they're doing and remove their caps in respect as the shipping container is off loaded from the plane.

No drama. No mystery. No maguffin.
Still, I was unable to tear myself away.

Yeah, I am tempted to get that off of iTunes.... I wonder if it is a rental...?
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He's Just Not That Into You
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Now, i'm watching Pineapple Express again.

~passes item 9 around~
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Fanboys

It was good. I really liked it.
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Pride and Prejudice.

The 2005 version with Keira Knightly.
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Road to Perdition. Great flick.
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