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Postby ThunderTitan » May 12 2009, 6:14

If you had seen ST you'd have known it works...
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Postby darknessfood » May 20 2009, 9:40

Pretty nice. The Nostalgia Critic has a new part, Old VS New. Now he compered the old Batman and the new one. LINK!
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Postby Kalah » May 22 2009, 18:06

Just watching the classic A Bridge Too Far - possibly the movie with the most stellar cast list ever. Just listen to these names: Dirk Bogarde, James Caan, Michael Caine, Sean Connery, Edward Fox, Elliott Gould, Gene Hackman, Anthony Hopkins, Hardy Krüger, Robert Redford, Ryan O'Neal, Robert Redford, Liv Ullmann, Maximilian Schell...
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Postby Ethric » May 22 2009, 19:25

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Postby Kalah » May 23 2009, 0:16

You'll be calling in sick next week, mate, with that new collection.... ;)
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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » May 29 2009, 19:16

I saw....oh it's so horrible to tell of it....oh the monstroxity, oh the horror!!...*sigh* I saw "The Librarian 2". Don't judge me just yet for I was bored beyond comprehension! The first film was sorta alright, I could live with the mofo ugly "heroine" and even the lack of proper visual effects, and oddly enough the story seemed to work, considering it was a low-budget indiana copy. But the sequel was...storyless, sloppy and shouldn't have ever been made. Also, the fact that this movie's "heroine" is a girl I've only seen in one film before, in which she was sleeping with four guys she is teaching to row (*yawn*) at the same time, just doesn't help this trainwreck. I wish I had just bored myself to death instead of watching this POS...

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Postby Kalah » May 29 2009, 19:29

I saw the Futurama movies. :)

The first two were good; the others slightly less good.
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Postby ThunderTitan » May 29 2009, 19:56

Saw Angels & Demons... man was that predictable... and teh science was horrid.
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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » May 29 2009, 20:00

I hope someone forced you to watch it cause anyone can smell it's a pile of junk from miles away! And Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon?! Pfft!!
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Postby Ethric » May 29 2009, 20:38

ThunderTitan wrote:Saw Angels & Demons... man was that predictable... and teh science was horrid.


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Postby danijel1990 » May 29 2009, 20:42

Anyone watched Knowing?

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Postby ThunderTitan » May 30 2009, 17:21

Milla aka. the Slayer wrote:I hope someone forced you to watch it cause anyone can smell it's a pile of junk from miles away! And Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon?! Pfft!!


Meh, originally we where going to be like 20 people (zergling rush >>> bad movie), but that got canceled, and yesterday ppl wanted to go to the moving pictures... and there was nothing else interesting on... and i had nothing else to do...

But yeah, it wasn't unexpected...


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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science
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Postby Borsuc » May 31 2009, 17:22

Watched Shaolin Soccer yesterday, man that movie is made of epic win, compared to crappy Hollywood comedies :D
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Postby Kalah » May 31 2009, 20:01

Watching Ronin on blu-ray. One of the best car chase movies of all time. :)

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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » May 31 2009, 22:03

ThunderTitan wrote:Meh, originally we where going to be like 20 people (zergling rush >>> bad movie), but that got canceled, and yesterday ppl wanted to go to the moving pictures... and there was nothing else interesting on... and i had nothing else to do...


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Postby Asheera » Jun 1 2009, 1:37

Borsuc wrote:Watched Shaolin Soccer yesterday, man that movie is made of epic win, compared to crappy Hollywood comedies :D
I saw some clips at Youtube once, and yes they were awesomely hilarious :D
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Postby ThunderTitan » Jun 2 2009, 9:05

I preferred Kung Fu Hustle myself...


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well the sets where pretty... i have to visit Rome some time...
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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Jun 2 2009, 23:13

Rome is wonderful! I highly recommend it :)

Saw "Sex Drive" last weekend. Pretty weird movie. Not all too predictable actually. There were some pretty funny moments as well. Not too bad :)
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Postby Kalah » Jun 2 2009, 23:37

I've been looking to buy the complete series of Rome, but I'm waiting for the prices to drop...

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Postby Milla aka. the Slayer » Jun 3 2009, 9:07

I ordered three DVDs online the other day. They just arrived this morning. Can't wait to see them tonight. I bought "Daltry Calhoun" with Johnny Knoxville, hilarious movie! "3-iron", which is aaaa.....Korean movie, I believe. A pretty strange movie but the story is just so unexpected and unpredictable. The last movie I got is called "Spirited Away" by Hayao Miyazaki. Ah, how I love movies :-D
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