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coldangel

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« Reply #600 on: 03-28-2008 18:51 »

 
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Originally posted by Nicky boy:
very funney! great commedy!

You mean  "very funny! Great comedy" ...
  no no
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« Reply #601 on: 03-28-2008 20:26 »
« Last Edit on: 04-01-2008 00:00 »

Planet Terror

Hehe. This movie was pretty awesome. It had Sayid! and Federico! And the dude from No country for old men, wish he'd been in the movie more. I know it's all part of the joke of the missing reel, but i want to know what El Wray said to the sherif to get a gun...    frown

8 coloured needeles out of 10.

EDIT: Not quite with it...
LayZ341

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« Reply #602 on: 03-29-2008 01:20 »

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I love my "taking Vegas" movies, but something was off about this one.  Maybe it was all the 360 rotations and super close ups on the cards.  The story was based a true story, but the ending was so FAKE.  But it was an ok movie overall.

Oh yeah that Asian kid from Disturbia was so funny.  Definitely the highlight of the movie.  big grin

B-
DogDoo8

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« Reply #603 on: 03-29-2008 03:51 »

Chay, you mean Planet Terror right. Death Proof is about Stunt Man Mike taking out chicks in his Stunt car.
km73

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« Reply #604 on: 03-29-2008 13:10 »

 
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Team America: World Police

I came across this accidentally on TV last spring - on Comedy Central I believe - when I was in a really bad mood once; I'm sure if I had been in a better mood it would have been even funnier than it was. As it is I did find it pretty hilarious; the whole puppet concept was brilliant, and some parts had me almost crying with laughter. I actually found the song fairly annoying, but most of the rest was great, from what I can remember.
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« Reply #605 on: 03-29-2008 13:34 »

And the dude from No Country for Old Men is Josh Brolin, spot him as a youngin' in The Goonies too, he'll also play the new Terminator and George Dubya Bush!
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #606 on: 03-30-2008 00:21 »
« Last Edit on: 03-30-2008 00:21 »

Now here's a blast from the past!!  Remember the Highlander tv series?  They came out with a new movie, HIGHLANDER- The Source.  This really tied up all the loose ends from the show.  It was real nice to see all those familar faces again!! 

Adrian Paul still looks young enough to look like an non- aging/ Immortal Highlander.  And I was glad that they brought back that middle age fellow who played his "Watcher." Loose ends... all tied up!! 

And when theck did they come out with a HIGHLANDER 2 with Sean Connery in it??  They had that one as a preview of a DVD coming out remastered and like a collectors addition.  I gots to go finds me a copy of HIGHLANDER 2!! ASAP!!  STAT!!  ... Oh, God, doctor, I think we're losing'em!!_________________ Flatline________ DANG!!

 
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Originally posted by ~FazeShift~:
And the dude from No Country for Old Men is Josh Brolin, spot him as a youngin' in The Goonies too, he'll also play the new Terminator and George Dubya Bush!

~FazeShift~, I won't even review that one.  I turned it off twenty-five minutes after I put it into the dvd player!!  That's twenty-five minutes of my life I'll never get back... oh, well.  And I am such a big fan of two of the actors.  The serial killer was so boring and pissy- not very dynamic for someone with his own, unique "M.O."  Modus operandi.
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« Reply #607 on: 03-30-2008 10:59 »
« Last Edit on: 03-30-2008 10:59 by Tweek »

Highlander 2 was god awful sci fi banished to the $1 shit bin piece of crap.

And I did not care for the highlander series or the movie that was a waste of both my time and pleasure.

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BirthdayClown

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« Reply #608 on: 03-30-2008 11:55 »

 
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Originally posted by HYPNoBRECKY:

~FazeShift~, I won't even review that one.  I turned it off twenty-five minutes after I put it into the dvd player!!  That's twenty-five minutes of my life I'll never get back... oh, well.  And I am such a big fan of two of the actors.  The serial killer was so boring and pissy- not very dynamic for someone with his own, unique "M.O."  Modus operandi.

What are you, gay?
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #609 on: 03-30-2008 12:11 »
« Last Edit on: 04-02-2008 00:00 »

Dude, what's wrong with being gay??  Hmmm...??



Annnd... how does one get orientation from a film review??   
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Be kind- rewind!!
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« Reply #610 on: 03-30-2008 12:40 »
« Last Edit on: 03-30-2008 12:40 »

 
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Originally posted by ~FazeShift~:
And the dude from No Country for Old Men is Josh Brolin, spot him as a youngin' in The Goonies too, he'll also play the new Terminator and George Dubya Bush!

New Terminator?  More like Dubya tee eff!

And for the record, Team America is perhaps the greatest action movie and one of the best musicals ever made, and through its even-handed bashing manages to be remarkably patriotic.  God, I love it.
Nicky boy

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« Reply #611 on: 03-31-2008 10:59 »

 
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Originally posted by coldangel_1:
 You mean  "very funny! Great comedy" ...
   no no

yeah ok...


Drillbit Taylor

i didnt think it was going to be good but it was. very funney film worth watching

A-   cool
JoshTheater

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« Reply #612 on: 03-31-2008 11:15 »

...how on earth do you keep spelling funny wrong? You just quoted the correction in that post! Either you did it intentionally as a joke, or your brain is the size of a pea.
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« Reply #613 on: 03-31-2008 13:39 »

Remember Hanlon's razor: "Never attribute to malice that which can be adequately explained by stupidity."

Also Thunder's razor: "Never attribute to stupidity that which is stupid enough to be explained by sarcasm."
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« Reply #614 on: 03-31-2008 20:27 »

Horton
Great movie. Very funney. A!
DogDoo8

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« Reply #615 on: 04-01-2008 10:11 »

In The Name Of The King: A Dungeon Siege Tale

Uwe Boll should stop making movies. Please.
I still can't quite understand how a farmer would know all these kick ass fluid like kung foo moves, and with all the slashing and slicing, the lack of blood and open wounds is confounding.

And I'm not that sure how a film like this could have one of the worst musical scores in movie history. I felt embarrassed having to sit there and listen to it, I thought people might think I had something to do with how bad it was or something.

The action was something new though. Every action scene with a major character had to be doing something really cool, like, flipping through the air and slicing five baddies with a sword or flipping over some baddies and stabbing them in the back, lots of flipping.

And someone please explain to me about the Ninjas! WTF!

D out of 10. Its that stupid.
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« Reply #616 on: 04-01-2008 11:33 »

Point Break

The best film about surfing bank-robbers ever made:

It is hard to believe that this film is over fifteen years old now. The story is still fairly exciting without ever taking itself too seriously.

In most action films the action is mostly the hero chasing and fighting with the bad guys, while there is plenty of that in Point Break there is also plenty of action where characters are just having fun surfing and skydiving which I found more enjoyable than the chasing and fighting. Anybody who has seen "Hot Fuzz" will have a laugh at the "shooting in the air" scene.

The plot concerns two FBI agents played by Keanu Reeves and Gary Busey who are hunting a group of bank robbers who's identity is unknown but who Busey believes are surfers who rob banks to fund their lifestyle. Reeves goes under cover learning how to surf so he can get in with surfers.

8/10

homerjaysimpson

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« Reply #617 on: 04-03-2008 17:03 »

I Am Legend

A big pile of dog shit! Why was the power still on in New York? Also why was the guy hunting deer the first 10 mins of the movie? When he has a bunch of food at home! I didn't even want to watch the last 20 or so mins of the movie after he finds that chick with the kid.

Best part was Will Smith's naked man boobs.

D-

HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #618 on: 04-03-2008 17:41 »
« Last Edit on: 04-05-2008 00:00 »

If you loved Will smith's "man boobs..."  Go check out the series: OZ.  There is a varying amount of everything manly from "man boobs" to er, I can't say... there is way much man stuff in this series!  But if you are under aged, wait till you get older.  It's a lot of crude, adult content and NEKKIDNESS.  Bockbuster video store had most of the series and three out of four of my family are fans of the show.  So, I got to put a little aside till I can afford to buy the series from Amazon or eBay.

edit-  How does Bolckbuster just carry part of a series?  Really!  I'm just left hanging.  Wondering WTF!  The Blockbuster manger should be ground into Torgo Executive Powder!  It's just cruel, man.  Just cruel to not order the whole flipping series for the customers' pleasure.  Waaaa...     cry You know what?


I got a few other things on the list before I can even THINK of procuring OZ!  A cool cat tree for forty bucks at Costco before they are all gone( when Costco has a supply of something, it may be only seasonal or when it's gone, you'll never see it, anywhere, ever again).  The same size one is about one hundred and forty at Petsmart! 

And I gots ta get Sunrise Earth when it comes out with its new DVD in about June.  Then, I can get around to thinking about good ole' OZ.  Ah, well, I plan to be around for quite a few more years of my life... so, it's a waiting game full of patience and longing. Hrumph...
MrBlonde

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« Reply #619 on: 04-04-2008 15:02 »

Please, please! Stop posting so many lolcats!
Books

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« Reply #620 on: 04-04-2008 15:22 »

Those last three words are completely unnecessary, please retract them.
JoshTheater

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« Reply #621 on: 04-04-2008 16:35 »

I agree with Books.
MrBlonde

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« Reply #622 on: 04-04-2008 17:24 »
« Last Edit on: 04-04-2008 17:24 »

 
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Originally posted by Books:
Those last three words are completely unnecessary, please retract them.

i c wut u did thar
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #623 on: 04-04-2008 23:53 »

I got done watching Sweeny Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street last night.  It was gruesome.  There is no remnant of Pirates of the Carribeanand the loveable cad, Jack Sparrow present in this production.  There are massive amounts of blood, slashing razor scenes, more blood and a touch of cannibalism thrown in for good measeure.  The whole product was very dark and depressing.  Thay sing all the way through the movie.  It was a modern day opera!  I dug it.  It was a real work of art!  Did I say I loved it?  It almost made me puke once or twice.  That could also be the affects of my current illness, but still, the gruesomeness is immense!  I even got up this morn and downed some more Niqil, started eating breakfast and thought, "Do I dare watch this with food going in my mouth?"  I decided I could and was surprised that the gag factor on my part had gone away for the second viewing of this horrific, gruesome, mesmerizing,bloody, opera(without the, you know, opera in it) gem of a movie.  Don't watch it unless you are old.  It could damage your psychy for life if you are not old enough to appreciate it as entertainment value only.   
coldangel

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« Reply #624 on: 04-05-2008 00:16 »

My favourite bit is when the slashed-throat bodies drop head-first onto the stone floor with a hideous crack of shattered skull and broken spine. Adding injury to injury, as it were.
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #625 on: 04-05-2008 01:21 »
« Last Edit on: 04-07-2008 00:00 »

He almost wiped out his family in one fell swoop... almost.  Gruesome, bloody, beautiful horror film, it is.  He appeared like a bouquet of roses at the last scene of the movie, leaning over as he was.  I can't believe how artistic it was.  It is still hitting me.  I'm going to watch it again after the premier of Battle Star Galactica season four is over on SciFi channel!  I can't wait to watch Sweeny again.  I have some major questions that I know I have to get answeres to.  Just don't know the questions clearly till I get to watching the movie later.  Then I'll simultaneously have the answers when I descover the questions.  Anyhow, that is a circle of nothing that only I will understand.  No worries.

edit-  I guess this story is a testament to what greed, avarice, and hate can do to people.  How it mucks everything to hell and beyond redemption!
BirthdayClown

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« Reply #626 on: 04-05-2008 02:50 »

"My Friends" is my jam, yo. I constantly rewind that shiz.
any1else

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« Reply #627 on: 04-05-2008 07:03 »

Because razors are always there to help you do the dishes and pick daisies.
Foo Fighters have a song about a razor too..
Heh, that Sweeny; loved his daughter so much he forgot she existed. Really conveyed that old message about how when you are given the choice of either raising a child, or slashing people's throats - you slash the throats.
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #628 on: 04-05-2008 11:55 »
« Last Edit on: 04-05-2008 11:55 »

   
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  ... I'll steal you, Johanna,  I'll steal you...

Thank gosh for the "boyfriend" fellow!  He is her salvation.  And Future.

edit-  Everything that Sweeney loved and valued was literally robbed from him becauses a rich fool wanted to pick his lovely wife flower.  All that was left for Sweeney was hate and revenge.  It can color the perception beyond one's control, as it were.  And, once the wheels of revenge are put in motion, it is a beast that needs to be fed.  And the seeker of said revenge can get chewed up in the process.  Literally speaking... one can lose their soul to revenge.  Never quite the good deal one is looking forward to achieving! no no  roll eyes
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« Reply #629 on: 04-05-2008 12:34 »

 
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Originally posted by HYPNoBRECKY:
   Thank gosh for the "boyfriend" fellow!  He is her salvation.  And Future.

edit-  Everything that Sweeney loved and valued was literally robbed from him becauses a rich fool wanted to pick his lovely wife flower.  All that was left for Sweeney was hate and revenge.  It can color the perception beyond one's control, as it were.  And, once the wheels of revenge are put in motion, it is a beast that needs to be fed.  And the seeker of said revenge can get chewed up in the process.  Literally speaking... one can lose their soul to revenge.  Never quite the good deal one is looking forward to achieving!  no no   roll eyes

Are you trying to be deep?

Its an awesome movie. But if you must talk about the entire plot use the
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #630 on: 04-05-2008 13:02 »
« Last Edit on: 04-05-2008 13:02 »

Where is that  Spacey?  I apologize for not knowing of this "Spoiler" option, please forgive my ignorance.  Although, I perceive that I have been vague and intriguing with said details.  What have I specifically mentioned to blot out with blue, Spacey?  I must attend to this immediately if I can.  which I am clueless to remedy at this precise juncture before you set me "straight," Spacey.

   
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Originally posted by Spacedal11:
 Are you trying to be deep?

Nah, I am spouting a few fire works of a random thought brought on by this amazing work of art.  My synapses are all a spark ans a fire!  i can'ts halp it...  Now, my head hurts.  My brain is squeaking in overtime gearing mode.  Smoke is emiiting fom said brain pan.  I may be about to blow.  All that awesomeness may be beyond containment.

Now, I'm onto the licorice flavored, name brand, real deal, Niquil...  Oh, joy.
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« Reply #631 on: 04-05-2008 13:05 »

She wants to know, Spacey. Jeez, how can you be so rude?
Spacedal11

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« Reply #632 on: 04-05-2008 20:33 »

I'm not rude, I like to feel that my 4 years of being here is not in vein. So I stick my nose in to say something that's already been said. But despite that, I bitch slap you both.

*Slap, slap*.
MrBlonde

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« Reply #633 on: 04-05-2008 21:41 »
« Last Edit on: 04-05-2008 21:41 »

Man, sarcasm is hard to express over the internet.
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #634 on: 04-05-2008 22:56 »

Ouch!
Spacedal11

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« Reply #635 on: 04-05-2008 23:07 »

 
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Originally posted by MrBlonde:
Man, sarcasm is hard to express over the internet.

I did get the sarcasm. In fact it was freakin obvious. I just like to play along.

Now...I would review Airplane the movie if I could find the effin DVD somewhere in my house.

Even though I've seen it a million times, I want to watch it again.

F- To me because I can't find it!

**Hint, hint getting back on topic. Hypnobrecky please don't reply to this.
any1else

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« Reply #636 on: 04-05-2008 23:32 »

Yesterday before switching to Lost I tried to watch some movie my mum has on dvd called Rehearsal For Murder. It's about an actress from a play getting murdered and..well I didn't end up watching the whole thing because it just dragged on. It felt like 2 hours (okay, maybe 20 minutes) had past and the woman hadn't been killed yet, and it was nowhere near the end of the film...I don't know how old that movie is but it had 'special appearance by Geff Goldblum' in the opening credits and I wonder if it was after The Fly or something. He looked young.
I just didn't see what this movie was trying to say...so I turned it off. What's the point in a movie if it doesn't even gain enough interest to make you watch the whole thing? Holy cow. Even crap movies you'll be like "wow, this is shit, but I need to see the rest just to see if it gets worse" but this thing was like watching a blank screen scratch its balls.
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« Reply #637 on: 04-06-2008 12:31 »
« Last Edit on: 04-06-2008 12:31 »

Hey this might not be the right time to post it, but it is a movie review:
I just saw No Reservations with Catherine Zeta Jones and Abigail Breslin.

It is one of the most boring movies I have ever seen in my enitre life.  sleep

Half of the movie is Jones walking around crying...

Ugh.

I give it a 4/10. Anybody else want to add to this??
JoshTheater

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« Reply #638 on: 04-06-2008 15:12 »

I wish Hypnobrecky would use spoiler tags on EVERYTHING she posted.
HYPNoBRECKY

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« Reply #639 on: 04-06-2008 16:01 »
« Last Edit on: 04-07-2008 00:00 »

Teach me, Joshy... wait.... EVERYTHING?  Hmmph!  Stalks off in a huff...

edit-  There's a hole in the world like a great black pit and the vermin of the world inhabit it and its morals aren't worth what a pig could spit and it goes by the name of London.  At the top of the hole sit a privelidged few making mock of the vermin in the lower zoo; turning beauty into filth and greed.  I too have sailed the world and seen its wonders.  For the cruelty of men ia as wonderous as Peru, but there's no place like London...
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