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Postby Kalah » Nov 9 2008, 0:22

Well, they'll show the movie again... I've never really been too much of a movie buff to go to premieres... I figure I can always wait, and then the theatre doesn't get as packed with annoying people.
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Postby darknessfood » Nov 9 2008, 0:40

Yeah, we usualy do that, but this time we wantd it different. Next time we will reservate tickets, or go later on...
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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Nov 9 2008, 11:29

I'm going to see it on tuesday :-D I liked Casino Royale, even Daniel Craig though I hate to admit it, and I have a friend who really likes James Bond and I got one free ticket so there's really no reason not to go :D
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Postby darknessfood » Nov 9 2008, 13:26

Lucky bastard. Maybe we go next saturday...
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Postby Metathron » Nov 9 2008, 14:05

Just seen The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. Pretty disappointing and boring. I like the effects and the CGI critters, but the characters are flat and the story uninspiring.
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Postby Veldrynus » Nov 9 2008, 14:32

I never liked that type of movies. The overwhelming awesomeness of the main protagonist makes me want to support the bad guys, but since the other big flaw of these movies is the complete lack of surprises concerning the final outcome, the disappointing experience is guaranteed.
As a hopeless romantic, I can only hope, that this time Bond gets raped and shot in the head until he dies in agonizing pains, and the evil terrorists manage to blow up this damn planet! Gwaaargh!
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Postby ThunderTitan » Nov 9 2008, 14:57

darknessfood wrote:Lucky bastard. Maybe we go next saturday...


stop winning... at least you have who to go with... over here people think Graig looks too rough for Bond and they won't go see it...
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Postby darknessfood » Nov 9 2008, 22:36

ThunderTitan wrote:
darknessfood wrote:Lucky bastard. Maybe we go next saturday...


stop winning... at least you have who to go with... over here people think Graig looks too rough for Bond and they won't go see it...


I can't quite follow you :| ...
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Postby Zamolxis » Nov 9 2008, 23:19

Maybe he's jealous you go with your friends, while his friends don't like the movie and he cannot go alone 'cause his mama does not allow him to the movies unaccompanied.

More on topic - I haven't seen it, but a friend told me it's pretty chaotic, with action switching every 5 mins from one geographic location to another, like Bond was Jumper or sth...
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Postby ThunderTitan » Nov 10 2008, 7:32

Zamolxis wrote:Maybe he's jealous you go with your friends, while his friends don't like the movie and he cannot go alone 'cause his mama does not allow him to the movies unaccompanied.


going alone is for tossers...


meh, i'll just see it at home...
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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Nov 10 2008, 15:55

I don't like going alone either. Theatres are so cold, I need someone to act as a heating device during the movie....oh, and the company's fine too...I guess...whatever..
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Postby Macros the Black » Nov 10 2008, 15:57

Milla aka. the Slayer wrote:I don't like going alone either. Theatres are so cold, I need someone to act as a heating device during the movie....oh, and the company's fine too...I guess...whatever..

Tchh... You're cold-hearted :disagree:

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Postby Zamolxis » Nov 10 2008, 15:59

Or maybe she just goes to the movie, for the movie. ;)
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Postby darknessfood » Nov 10 2008, 16:00

Face it, she just don't want to spent her time watching a movie with you :P!
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Postby Zamolxis » Nov 10 2008, 16:01

That too. :D

EDIT: oh man, there's a lot of editing/deleting/reposting going on over here. This was supposed to come after Milla's post below, which she deleted/reposted because of my previous post. ;|
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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Nov 10 2008, 16:01

Macros the Black wrote:
Milla aka. the Slayer wrote:I don't like going alone either. Theatres are so cold, I need someone to act as a heating device during the movie....oh, and the company's fine too...I guess...whatever..

Tchh... You're cold-hearted :disagree:


And you obviously don't know anything about me :rofl:
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Postby Macros the Black » Nov 10 2008, 16:02

People always take me waaaay too seriously :devious:

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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Nov 10 2008, 16:04

Pfft! You were totally convinced I was pure ice :rolleyes: :P

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Postby Macros the Black » Nov 10 2008, 16:06

Milla aka. the Slayer wrote:Pfft! You were totally convinced I was pure ice :rolleyes: :P

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Postby Zamolxis » Nov 10 2008, 16:08

*hears Milla and nods; writes it down in big letters and shows it to Macros so that he can at least read it*
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