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Last Movie You Watched?


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Drew Linky
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Joined: Jun 12 2009
PostPosted: Jan 14 2013 10:23 am Reply with quote Back to top

Pulp Fiction. Not sure what to say about it other than weird, but enjoyable.


https://discord.gg/homestuck is where you can find me literally 99% of the time. Stop on by if you feel like it, we're a nice crowd.
 
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Cattivo
Joined: Apr 14 2006
Location: Lake Michigan
PostPosted: Jan 14 2013 12:24 pm Reply with quote Back to top

slapolakinkaido wrote:
Back to School with Rodney Dangerfield.

That's one of my favorite comedies, man. I love the history class scenes with Sam Kinison. I miss that guy. Glad to see G4 playing it lately.

My girlfriend made me watch the CGI movie of Yogi Bear last night. I was totally surprised that it wasn't total crap. Laughed in a lot of places, which was a shock to me. There's a lot of actors in there that I like from other stuff, too. I just feel embarrassed that it didn't seem awful to me.
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username
Title: owner of a lonely heart
Joined: Jul 06 2007
Location: phoenix, az usa
PostPosted: Jan 15 2013 01:37 am Reply with quote Back to top

saw Life of Pi a couple of weeks ago in 3D. thats a movie worth watching in 3D. it was just... great to watch. great story in general & great visuals all around.


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Ghandi
Title: Alexz Aficionado
Joined: May 21 2008
PostPosted: Jan 26 2013 07:42 pm Reply with quote Back to top

The Last Stand

It's exactly what you're expecting and why I bought a ticket.


RIP Hacker

Alexz Johnson

 
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@om*d
Title: Dorakyura
Joined: Jul 10 2010
Location: Castlevania
PostPosted: Jan 26 2013 09:00 pm Reply with quote Back to top

username wrote:
saw Life of Pi a couple of weeks ago in 3D. thats a movie worth watching in 3D. it was just... great to watch. great story in general & great visuals all around.

I just saw this yesterday and thought it was pretty good as well.


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Preng
Title: All right, that's cool!
Joined: Jan 11 2010
Location: Accounting Dept.
PostPosted: Jan 26 2013 09:17 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Jeremiah Johnson. Beautiful scenery and some colorful characters to boot. Even though I grew up camping and whatnot with the Boy Scouts, the wintry mountains remind me what a luxury home furnaces are!
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HardcoreGamer4Ever
Title: I Am The God Of Awesome
Joined: Jun 28 2010
Location: Your Mom's Vagina!
PostPosted: Jan 26 2013 09:47 pm Reply with quote Back to top

I just watched The Secret World Of Arriety today. The movie is fantastic. Of course, I knew it was going to be because I have not yet seen a Studio Ghibli film that wasn't absolutely amazing.


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slapolakinkaido
Title: Illegitimate Son of God
Joined: Jul 14 2009
PostPosted: Jan 27 2013 03:47 am Reply with quote Back to top

Stephen Kings 'Thinner'. Also watched a couple Lord of the Rings movies in the last few days.


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Etch
Title: Intermittent Scribbler
Joined: Mar 15 2011
Location: Texas
PostPosted: Jan 28 2013 04:31 am Reply with quote Back to top

I watched The Neverending Story and Circuitry Man.

I'd forgotten how annoying Bastion was. Sad

And Circuitry Man was......odd.


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dddddddd
Joined: Jul 06 2008
PostPosted: Feb 08 2013 04:37 pm Reply with quote Back to top

i watch no holds barred last night
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Cameron
Title: :O O:
Joined: Feb 01 2008
Location: St. Louis, MO
PostPosted: Feb 08 2013 07:34 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Just watched Grave of the Fireflies. I kept hearing a snapping sound while I was watching it, and then I realized it was the sound of my heart breaking. Crying


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i'll_bite_your_ear
Title: Distillatoria
Joined: Jun 09 2010
PostPosted: Feb 08 2013 07:38 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Cameron wrote:
Just watched Grave of the Fireflies. I kept hearing a snapping sound while I was watching it, and then I realized it was the sound of my heart breaking. Crying


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King
Title: CTE
Joined: Apr 27 2008
Location: Harrisburg, PA
PostPosted: Feb 08 2013 09:49 pm Reply with quote Back to top

L.A. Streetfighter A.K.A. Ninja Turf

This definitely falls under the so bad it's good category. The fight choreography for the most part is excellent, which is apparently where the entire budget went. Nothing like a film that is made in Los Angeles, but done by a low budget Hong Kong production company, that not only badly dubs the Asian actors but also their American counterparts in the film.


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slapolakinkaido
Title: Illegitimate Son of God
Joined: Jul 14 2009
PostPosted: Feb 10 2013 03:37 am Reply with quote Back to top

Watched Creepshow again last night. Fun classic cheesy horror flick.


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LeshLush
Joined: Oct 19 2009
Location: Nashville, TN
PostPosted: Feb 11 2013 05:40 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Preng wrote:
Jeremiah Johnson. Beautiful scenery and some colorful characters to boot. Even though I grew up camping and whatnot with the Boy Scouts, the wintry mountains remind me what a luxury home furnaces are!

One of the instances where the reality is actually far more badass than the movie. Go look up Liver-Eating Johnson on wikipedia.
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@om*d
Title: Dorakyura
Joined: Jul 10 2010
Location: Castlevania
PostPosted: Feb 11 2013 05:48 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Saw Wreck-It Ralph last night. Pretty good overall.


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Cattivo
Joined: Apr 14 2006
Location: Lake Michigan
PostPosted: Feb 12 2013 11:09 am Reply with quote Back to top

Watched Tucker & Dale vs. Evil last night through netflix. A comedy-horror movie from the point of view of the hillbillies. Pretty neat, even though the premise ran a little thin after a half hour. "These college kids keep killing themselves!"

Waiting till Wreck It Ralph is available through netflix to watch it.
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SNESGuy
Title: El Duderino
Joined: Jul 31 2010
Location: Da D.C
PostPosted: Feb 13 2013 09:17 pm Reply with quote Back to top

The Raid: Redemption. Do you like action movies? Do you like Kung Fu? This movie will give you an erection the size of the space needle. The scenes look like they were all shot in one take with engaging but not annoying camera angles, even the characters were interesting. I highly recommend it but the movie does have subtitles which puts some people off, but it never took away from the quality of the movie.
Check out the trailer here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lyfHQuRjbro


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i'll_bite_your_ear
Title: Distillatoria
Joined: Jun 09 2010
PostPosted: Feb 13 2013 10:04 pm Reply with quote Back to top

Alfred Hitchock's Number 17 was the last memorable movie i watched. It's black and white crime movie based on a stage play. It had extremly good camera shots, working with the shadows and the scenery. It was a blast.
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@om*d
Title: Dorakyura
Joined: Jul 10 2010
Location: Castlevania
PostPosted: Feb 18 2013 03:11 am Reply with quote Back to top

All of the old school Planet of the Apes movies. Some of my favorites, at least the first 3...


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slapolakinkaido
Title: Illegitimate Son of God
Joined: Jul 14 2009
PostPosted: Feb 19 2013 03:21 am Reply with quote Back to top

Watched Three Amigos and ate ice cream. I mean ....drank Tequila.


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Etch
Title: Intermittent Scribbler
Joined: Mar 15 2011
Location: Texas
PostPosted: Feb 21 2013 04:05 am Reply with quote Back to top

High Noon with Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly, Lee Van Cleef, Lon Chaney Jr., Lloyd Bridges, etc. Lots of stars.

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Its a real slow-burn kind of movie, really focusing on the mounting desperation. I think the final showdown scenes could have used some better editing; the pacing wasn't consistent. Still, a good movie over all.


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slapolakinkaido
Title: Illegitimate Son of God
Joined: Jul 14 2009
PostPosted: Feb 28 2013 02:14 am Reply with quote Back to top

Big Trouble in Little China. Starring Carter Wong and Victor Wong. In this movie, two Wongs make it right.


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Cattivo
Joined: Apr 14 2006
Location: Lake Michigan
PostPosted: Feb 28 2013 11:41 am Reply with quote Back to top

But do the Wongs open up a Wongburger?
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JohnnyBenz
Title: The nip killer
Joined: Feb 08 2013
Location: Northeast MS
PostPosted: Feb 28 2013 03:54 pm Reply with quote Back to top

I Watched 388 Arletta Avenue and The Departed recently, One Nick Stahl movie I wouldn't mind seeing again is Meskada, that movie really put Stahl back on my rader.
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