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Old 04-07-2006, 03:57 AM   Senior Registered Member #761
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I thought Superman was pretty awesome. I'd like to see it again without the 3-D parts, though. They were alright, but it was kind of annoying.

Which IMAX theater did you goto, Jake? I know not every one had Supes in 3D, so I was pissed. How where the 3D scenes, btw? The airplane scene was great, I'd love to see that in 3D.



Watched the extended cut of Black Hawk Down yesterday. Such a great movie.
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Old 04-07-2006, 04:12 AM   Senior Registered Member #762
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I saw Superman today. It was a good time. Reeves was a better Clark Kent. Spacey was the shit.
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The Mating Habits Of The Earthbound Human. Was very very funny.
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Old 04-07-2006, 06:25 PM   Attended an OMGWTFKKWBBQ! Moderator #764
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Inside Man. Good film, great momentum, cool robbery.
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Old 04-07-2006, 07:13 PM   #765
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oi! the great and wise duckula. (don't tell anyone, but i secretly love you. haha)

i just watched "copy goes here" "how to bbq a man" and "ten"

i think ten was the best of the three films. how to bbq a man had a lot of potential, good ideas as far as angles and shots, but the quality just wasn't great. it seemed like the amateur film that it was. copy goes here was well done, very weird, which i like.

if you have no idea what i'm talking about, its just some short films you can probably find online somewhere. i just happen to have a dvd.
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Old 04-07-2006, 07:15 PM   #766
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I saw Winter Passing, Wolfcreek, and An Inconvienant Truth...All three were good, all worth seeing I think.
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Old 04-07-2006, 08:21 PM   Senior Registered Member #767
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Good Morning, Vietnam (1987) It was alright. Robin Williams wasn't really funny.
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Old 05-07-2006, 12:56 PM   #768
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Old 05-07-2006, 05:04 PM   Senior Registered Member #769
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I saw Winter Passing, Wolfcreek, and An Inconvienant Truth...All three were good, all worth seeing I think.
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:40 AM   Senior Registered Member #770
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Hehe, i have a bumber sticker that says that.
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Old 06-07-2006, 06:21 AM   Senior Registered Member #771
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Last night, I watched a movie called The Heart is Deceitful, Above All Things....
It was written and directed by the lovely Asia Argento, and is the true story of a young boy growing up with an abusive mother. Now, this movie has generated some controversy, as it graphically depicts a child being abused in multiple ways. It really was a shocking film, and it left me feeling a bit numb. Overall, however, it did move me emotionally. I give it 3 out of 4 stars.
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Old 06-07-2006, 05:08 PM   Senior Registered Member #772
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Last night, I watched a movie called The Heart is Deceitful, Above All Things....
It was written and directed by the lovely Asia Argento, and is the true story of a young boy growing up with an abusive mother. Now, this movie has generated some controversy, as it graphically depicts a child being abused in multiple ways. It really was a shocking film, and it left me feeling a bit numb. Overall, however, it did move me emotionally. I give it 3 out of 4 stars.
I've wanted to see this fucking movie so badly for so long. It really pisses me off because my store didn't get it in for rent, but the store 15 miles away from me did. I'll probably have to go rent it there, and pay for it. Which is lame. I hate paying for things that I could get for free. It looked really good though. And I like the whole "Based on a [not] true story by JT Leroy" thing.


Last night I watched Sling Blade, mmmhhmmm. I reckon is a good movie. Thorton done a real good job mmhmmm.
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Old 07-07-2006, 07:23 AM   Senior Registered Member #773
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I just watched Milwaukee, Minnesota. It was a very good movie. I didn't even know what it was about, i just rented it because the cover looked interesting and it compared it to Fargo. I am indeed a fan of Fargo. But yeah, this movie just had good acting and a good story and it got you sad then it got you not so sad. I watched American History X the other day, and i forgot how good that movie is. I haven't seen it all the way through since i was like 9 and even then all i remembered was the mouth on the curb scene. This was one of the movies when i actually understood everything that Norton was thinking right away. Towards the end when he notices that he can't change the tattoes on his body, he notices he's no different from all those people he hated. Such a sad goddamn ending, made me want to cry, like when Rorschach dies in the Watchmen.
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1959 movies:

Hercules-Had to laugh when the dinosaur came in the scene
Terror is a man-Really disturbing movie where a mad doctor turns a panther into a man.
Kept my mind of of things anyhow.
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Old 11-07-2006, 06:23 AM   Senior Registered Member #775
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I watched the classic 1958 film Clerks. I'm a bit worried about Clerks II now that Jay is just gonna be hangin' around and not selling drugs.

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The original Clerks was 1994.
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Old 11-07-2006, 02:41 PM   Senior Registered Member #777
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The original Clerks was 1994.
Then why was it in black & white. Pfft.


Since my last post I've watched:

What's Eating Gilbert Grape - which was good but not as good as I had remembered. Only the acting really makes it a great movie.

She's the Man - I only watched this because David Cross is in it. And his parts were pretty funny. Everything else was lame.

Session 9 - Some freaky shit. I watched it in an empty, dark house, too. Pretty interesting. And was it just me, or did David Caruso actually do a fair job acting?
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Old 11-07-2006, 02:43 PM   First Class Member KKWiki Contributer Senior Registered Member #778
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She's the Man - I only watched this because David Cross is in it. And his parts were pretty funny. Everything else was lame.
Is that the Amanda Bynes movie? WTF is David Cross doing anywhere near that?
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Is that the Amanda Bynes movie? WTF is David Cross doing anywhere near that?
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Sometimes David Cross will sell out and be in a movie that's not his style. For example, Scary Movie 2 or 3 or whichever. He went on record as saying he doesn't really like the comedy of the movie, but he wanted the money.

But in his defense, his jokes in She's the Man were sort of like Tobias Funke jokes, but not as good.
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The original Clerks was 1994.
I am sooo serious right now. Really i'm burning houses down in seriousness that Clerks is from 1958. You dumb fucking d-bag queen. Shit... oh, i watched the movie Exile: The Law & Order movie today. That shit was rad, Ice-Tea got beat to death with a bowling pin. Mike Logan totally plowed the victim's sister too.
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