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StrangeDasein said:
Watched "The Kentucky Fried Movie" over the weekend!
Aaah, "Catholic High School Girls in Trouble" ... you can't go wrong with that.
 
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I'm gonna finish up Crystal Skull tonight and start on the bonus features. Then, I'll probably watch Iron Man again.
 
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I picked up the movie Old Boy from the library. It was weird. I just wanted to see a cool Asian action movie and there was some action but not enough to really keep me interested.
 
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Saw [censored] Drive last night. Pretty funny. It had its laugh out loud moments.
 
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man old boy is awsome its sick twisted and the fight seen with the hammer is great love the way thats shot

so my new projector should be here on monday cant wait to watch movies on that.
just watched boondock saints agine i wish the 2nd move would of been finished
 
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I watched Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and The Happening.

Too much [censored] in the Forgetting Sarah Marshall.
Killer plant life is a bit of a stretch even for that Shamalot guy, in The Happening.
 
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Bachelor Party 2 and Saw 4.

I think they could make 20 Saw movies and they would all be decent. Soooo many possible hilarious death scenes left to do.
 
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Grak said:
I think they could make 20 Saw movies and they would all be decent. Soooo many possible hilarious death scenes left to do.
I enjoy the Saw movies as well, though I've never seen them in theatres. I believe the DVD gives a better experience, especially when you can listen to the commentary right afterwards. They give a lot of insight into each movie.



On another note, I saw Eagle Eye today. I liked it. I would describe it as "unbelievable cool"

and no, I didn't say "unbelievably"
 
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I watched the original "Carrie" last night. I'd only seen the second half, years ago. What a great ending!
 
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Saw Max Payne last night, it was ok...kinds slow to get going.
 
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I saw Fool's Gold. It was good in the sense that Kate Hudson was hot.
 
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I watched Howard The Duck yesterday. I loved the movie as a kid, but... it seems to have lost its charm
Go figure.
 
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Saw that Justice League cartoon movie on the Cartoon Channel last night. It was alright, surprisingly violent for a cartoon.
 
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Saw "W" today. Pretty interesting and realistic view on the current President I'd say. It didn't seem like a mockery in way but rather a fair perspective on him and the important people in his life. Kind of scary too.
 
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2001, 2010. I got the new 3 disc special Casino Royale edition, and watched with the directors commentary. Great set.
 
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I watched Max Payne yesterday. Not terrible but certainly not very good. Very forgettable if anything.
 
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My little brother has never seen a James Bond movie before and demanded to start from the beginning so tonight we watched ...

Dr. No

This is still an awesome movie.
 
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Pride and Glory – Good acting can't save this leaden, hackneyed film about police corruption in New York. And don't get me started on the denouement, which had me shaking my head in disbelief. (BTW, this picture has been sitting on the shelf for about a year). Rent Sidney Lumet's underrated Prince of the City instead. – 2/4
 
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Hammer's Horror Of Dracula (1958) Christopher Lee as Dracula. Classic.
 
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