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I managed to get into Catching Fire before it left theaters. WOW. It was so good! Better than the first.

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Just watched Escape Plan w/ my dad at the cinema last night; great movie! Fast pace (but not too fast) good action that related very well to the story ("oh, you need a distraction?"...), instead of just being mindless; a well thought out and interesting story, and good setup/execution/wrap up.

I enjoy seeing some characters that I hadn't seen in awhile; like Sam Neill (The Ph.D Paleontologist from Jurassic Park)
Vinnie Jones (Sphinx from Gone in 60 seconds) as well as some new ones, and they all played their parts very well.


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Watched Despicable Me 2 last night and the night b4, and Frozen tonight, Great movies!


Same here with Despicable Me 2, yet to see Frozen... Really liked DM2, looks to me like sequels are getting better and better as time goes on!

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Eraserhead was extremely weird,

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Ah, Eraserhead. One of my favorite movies of all time. Freaks me out to no end- just the way I like it.

I just went onto a site I know of to watch Frozen, and as to Eraserhead, to each their own I guess :)




EDIT 11:22 my time Just finished Watchin Shindlers List with my neighbor, his suggestion, and a great movie!

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Watched The Uninvited for the first time with my brother. Good movie. Great use of lighting.


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Watched Sin City last night. It was absolutely incredible and Rosario dawson is my newest celebrity crush, and quickly becoming one of my favorite actresses.

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I managed to get into Catching Fire before it left theaters. WOW. It was so good! Better than the first.


Well get ready because Mockingjay Pt. 1 (Yeah, never thought they'd have to pull THAT card) is slated for release late this September.

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Jeez that's the new big thing in book movies these days. I'd be more annoyed by the trend if it weren't for the fact that book movies have traditionally been criticized for skipping a lot. Splitting movies like this can help fix that.

Just as long as it's not to the extent that The Hobbit was.

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Your attention!

Only 205 days until Guardians of the Galaxy comes out.

That is all.

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Only 205 days until Guardians of the Galaxy comes out.

That is all.


Well if it's a Marvel film then it should be at the very least okay. They seem to be really bad at making bad movies.

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And there's a raccoon!

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Just finished Here Comes The Boom with my dad, Great movie! UFC and comedy
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And there's a raccoon!

I don't get it...

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Jeez that's the new big thing in book movies these days. I'd be more annoyed by the trend if it weren't for the fact that book movies have traditionally been criticized for skipping a lot. Splitting movies like this can help fix that.

Just as long as it's not to the extent that The Hobbit was.


It's only 2 parts.

and people seem to forget the hobbit movies are actually the Hobbit + parts of the Silmarillion, so 3 movies isn't that much of a stretch

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Watched Gandhi, it was long (a little over 3 hours). The actor playing Mahatma Gandhi looked a lot like him, I mean almost exactly, it was great.
Ravi Shankar did the soundtrack to the film (I heard the music long before I watched the movie).
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EDIT 11:22 my time Just finished Watchin Shindlers List with my neighbor, his suggestion, and a great movie!

I still haven't seen that movie all the way through, I really should...

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EDIT 11:22 my time Just finished Watchin Shindlers List with my neighbor, his suggestion, and a great movie!

I still haven't seen that movie all the way through, I really should...

It is an amazing movie, i mean, just wow; and knowing for a fact that thisa guy did all this and saved all those people? Astounding and cool really!

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Watched Gandhi, it was long (a little over 3 hours). The actor playing Mahatma Gandhi looked a lot like him, I mean almost exactly, it was great.

That was Ben Kingsley, right?

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Jeez that's the new big thing in book movies these days. I'd be more annoyed by the trend if it weren't for the fact that book movies have traditionally been criticized for skipping a lot. Splitting movies like this can help fix that.

Just as long as it's not to the extent that The Hobbit was.


It's only 2 parts.

and people seem to forget the hobbit movies are actually the Hobbit + parts of the Silmarillion, so 3 movies isn't that much of a stretch
It's still kind of a stretch, and even then, adding parts of The Simarillion could be seen as a stretching measure.

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EDIT 11:22 my time Just finished Watchin Shindlers List with my neighbor, his suggestion, and a great movie!

I still haven't seen that movie all the way through, I really should...

It is an amazing movie, i mean, just wow; and knowing for a fact that thisa guy did all this and saved all those people? Astounding and cool really!


If I might make a suggestion. Next try the Russian film "Come and See" and the Italian film "Life is Beautiful". But be warned, they are some of the saddest, most depressing films you will ever see!

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Watched Gandhi, it was long (a little over 3 hours). The actor playing Mahatma Gandhi looked a lot like him, I mean almost exactly, it was great.

That was Ben Kingsley, right?

*checks*... Yep.
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If I might make a suggestion. Next try the Russian film "Come and See" and the Italian film "Life is Beautiful". But be warned, they are some of the saddest, most depressing films you will ever see!

I looked those up and I'll have to look for them and watch them now.

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Just came back from seeing The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and I thought it was really good.

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I watched most of the Original 1959 House On Haunted Hill movie tonight, and it sucked. it was so bad it was funny! and I've seen the remake and the sequel to the remake (blegh!)and I cannot fugure out why the original is rated higher...
The remake 40 years later kept ALL of the big things AND the little details, i.e. without ruining it [too much], they all arrived in hearses, a chandelier broke nearly killing one at the beginning, guns in mini coffins, the house/layout was the same, the character recasts acted the same, but better acting, heck, the even got the remake actors to somehow have the same (or at least amazingly similar) voices to the host, her husband, and the house owner, and other things.

All in all I'd recommend if you want to watch HoHH; watch the remake (1999), better, more easily watchable, better pace, and fun (at least if you're a "messed up" horror lover who laughs when they scream and cheer for the bad guys; like me :twisted: :evil: ).

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I'm pretty pumped for Godzilla and Robocop this year, but I hope Robocop keeps it's awesome theme at least while retaining all the new stuff. Personally though, I'm going to miss all the classical "Iron Man" moments with the original Robocop.

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Watched The Thing tonight with a friend (the first remake by John Carpenter from the 80's), and It was very good I thought, good suspense, mystery, plenty of explosions and fire ( :twisted: ) and a nice wrap up.

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Watched The Thing tonight with a friend (the first remake by John Carpenter from the 80's), and It was very good I thought, good suspense, mystery, plenty of explosions and fire ( :twisted: ) and a nice wrap up.


Its not as much a remake as it is another adaptation of the original short story "Who Goes There" by John W. Campbell. Actually Carpenter's version is far more faithful to original short story than Howard Hawks version from the 50s. The new "The Thing" is actually a prequel to Carpenter's (even though they gave it the exact same title) and it is not very good. It shows exactly what happened to the Norwegian team that found the ship buried in the ice.

I love "The Thing" because not only is it scary, but it features some of Rob Bottin's best special effects work. I was surprised that he did not win an Oscar for it. He also created the creature effects for "Legend" and "The Howling".

Now I am going to watch all three of those.

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Watched The Thing tonight with a friend (the first remake by John Carpenter from the 80's), and It was very good I thought, good suspense, mystery, plenty of explosions and fire ( :twisted: ) and a nice wrap up.


Its not as much a remake as it is another adaptation of the original short story "Who Goes There" by John W. Campbell. Actually Carpenter's version is far more faithful to original short story than Howard Hawks version from the 50s. The new "The Thing" is actually a prequel to Carpenter's (even though they gave it the exact same title) and it is not very good. It shows exactly what happened to the Norwegian team that found the ship buried in the ice.

Yeah, my friend mentioned that he had seen the new one and thought that it was horrible.

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I love "The Thing" because not only is it scary, but it features some of Rob Bottin's best special effects work. I was surprised that he did not win an Oscar for it. He also created the creature effects for "Legend" and "The Howling".

Now I am going to watch all three of those.

Good Idea! :lol:

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A friend and I are going through all the old scifi and horrormovies avaible on netflix. Many are pure excrementium but at least were plowing through the classics.

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Thankskilling is abysmal.

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Thankskilling is abysmal.

SOUNDS like it!

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Felidae is a thrill the entire way through. I also call it "the world's most expensive bait-and-switch". I can imagine an unsuspecting German parent finding a copy of it on the shelf and thinking it'd be a family film, only to be met with a grim, gory surprise.
Animation is good, the dream sequences were fantastic, the story was handled well- with one major flaw, that being Francis' unexplained aptitude for CSI work. It'll break the suspension of disbelief a few times- he'll literally arrive at the scene and already know what happened and what the guy ate for dinner the previous night. Other than that it's a good watch for anyone who could handle something like the original Total Recall.

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I've been on a brain bending movie binge the past couple weeks.
I re-watched Lords of Salem and saw Mullholland drive and A clockwork Orange for the first time. All of them are equally awesome and unsettling and just flat out scary in their own ways. I have to say Clockwork Orange is probably my favorite of the batch. I think the story kind of ressonnates with the punk side of me and it has Stanley Kubrick going for it. WHich never hurts.

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Thankskilling is abysmal.


"Gobble, gobble, %%#$@&#%$!"

Believe it or not, that is not the first ever killer turkey movie! Try tracking down a little gem from 1972 called "Blood Freak"! :lol:

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Felidae is a thrill the entire way through. I also call it "the world's most expensive bait-and-switch". I can imagine an unsuspecting German parent finding a copy of it on the shelf and thinking it'd be a family film, only to be met with a grim, gory surprise.
Animation is good, the dream sequences were fantastic, the story was handled well- with one major flaw, that being Francis' unexplained aptitude for CSI work. It'll break the suspension of disbelief a few times- he'll literally arrive at the scene and already know what happened and what the guy ate for dinner the previous night. Other than that it's a good watch for anyone who could handle something like the original Total Recall.

I've seen Felidae as well, I saw it months ago..., but I never wanted to mention it here because of that scene............. *ahem*, I did like it overall (fine, i loved the movie, i'm an animated cat fanatic), though I found it odd... . I actually watched it on youtube, so i read a few actual stories by angry parents in the comments section. I'd love to see their faces at some of those scenes tho, :lol: .

Well about the CSI thing, ...
I guess he found out why
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Curiosity killed the cat.
YEAAHHHHHHHHHHHH!!

But I seriously guess that they were suggesting that because of his instinctive curiosity he knew where to look and... *ahem* sniff and what to infer from it to solve the case, or at least, figure out what happened at the scene, quickly.

And it's probably not to hard to figure out what someone had for dinner if you can see it in their stomach...

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I've been on a brain bending movie binge the past couple weeks.
I re-watched Lords of Salem and saw Mullholland drive and A clockwork Orange for the first time. All of them are equally awesome and unsettling and just flat out scary in their own ways. I have to say Clockwork Orange is probably my favorite of the batch. I think the story kind of ressonnates with the punk side of me and it has Stanley Kubrick going for it. WHich never hurts.

Ohh man, I've wanted to watch The Lords of Salem for SO LONG, screw it, i'm watching it tonight on my comp.

also about the other 2, I've heard of them both, and I'm actually a bit anxious to see CO because of what i've read about it and the "commercial" i saw for it...even though as you said..:
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I think the story kind of resonates with the punk side of me and it has Stanley Kubrick going for it. Which never hurts.
so i'm at about 50/50 want/don't want to watch it...

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Sweet Josefine, this trailer is muuuuch better than the last one! I really want to see Maleficent now.

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SOUNDS like it!
Also Birdemic. Though I'm not sure that's on Netflix?

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Netflix? what's that? *ahem,* Kidding

EDIT 2 days later: watched American History X w my neibor last night, it was a good movie, if you can say that about it

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Silent movies...
Watched Buster Keaton's The General, Harold Lloyd's Speedy, and Wings.

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For those who've seen them, which Transporter film is the best (if at all)?

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For those who've seen them, which Transporter film is the best (if at all)?

I personally like them all, and the first one is pretty darn good, but I'd recommend the 3rd one to get the best experience/etc, and then you can go back and watch the others.(Also the 3rd IS the best :))

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I've only seen the first two, so all I can say is "not the second one."

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I've only seen the first two, so all I can say is "not the second one."

Pretty Much that :lol: but you should watch the 3rd, it's definitly the best done, and it just FEELS better made. Ya Know? almost cleaner, clearer, Frank's more of the character he should be, I'm rambling, he's got a nicer car, and the enemies are better. :)

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I just bought a box set of "Sleepaway Camp" and its sequels! It has been years since I have seen "Sleepaway Camp" and I have never seen the sequels so this is quite a treat!

If you have not seen it, the ending will shock you into a coma!

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Just saw The Comedy.

Wow. That was... that was a movie alright.

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