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jdocster McFly you Irish bug

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I need to see Superbad....

HEY! This is my 1000th posting! Cool...

Nick, do I get some kind of prize or something? =)

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I watched The Ruins the other night. It was good. Now, unlike some people, violence in movies does not bother me, but I tell ya what, those "surgery" scenes sure did get to me, though! No wonder that whole nursing thing never worked out...
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Hot Rod - It was a wicked film had me in bits all the way through. Cool Beans
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Gone Baby Gone(2007). Very good.
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quote:
Originally posted by 80'sRocked:
Gone Baby Gone(2007). Very good.

That was on last night, but I watched Mr. Woodc0ck instead. It is one I want to see.
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i watched penelope with christina ricci - cute movie.
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Just saw the Incredible Hulk this weekend and thought that it was a huge improvement on Ang Lee's vision and much closer to the source material. The CGI was fantatastic and Norton was believable as Bruce Banner.

Not a patch on Iron Man though... 6/10

Noms [Cool]

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i watched the water horse last night. it was ok for a kids movie. but i don't think i'd ever watch it again..4/10
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The Machinist, a gem of a movie starring none other than Bruce Wayne himself, Christian Bale. 8/10............
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quote:
Originally posted by jdocster04:
I need to see Superbad....

Playing on Starz all the time. Check it out.
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quote:
Originally posted by pettyfan:
I watched Mr. Woodc0ck instead.

Is that any good? I see it is on HBO this month.
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I watched Things We Lost in the Fire . Nothing spectacular, but charming...
Also good acting performances by both Benicio Del Toro and Hale Berry.
Duchovny was a bit disappointing. It’s like watching Fox Mulder over and over again, no matter what movie he’s in.
On the other hand, Benicio Del Toro has to be one of my favorite actors these days. He sort of reminds me of Brad Pitt, but with actual acting skills.

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Crank (2006)

- Quite good nonstop action flick.
Waiting for part 2.

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Devolution here,

I don't mean to ruin it, but that's impossible, no?

We are DEVO

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Crank 2: High Voltage

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1121931/

It even has Corey Haim [Cool]

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All the Boys Love Mandy Lane (2006)

The girl that played Mandy Lane was lovely.. the movie wasn't.

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quote:
Originally posted by 80'sRocked:
</font><blockquote><font size="1" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">Originally posted by pettyfan:
I watched Mr. Woodc0ck instead. </font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face=""Century Gothic", Verdana, Arial">Is that any good? I see it is on HBO this month.

Yeah, it was funny. I'm a Billy Bob fan, and I usually like his stuff. I'm glad I'm not the kind of PE teacher Mr. Wood**** was, LOL.
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Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay. A must see for any Harold and Kumar fan. Well it's also a must see if you like raunchy comedy. Hilarious.......
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quote:
Originally posted by pettyfan:
Yeah, it was funny. I'm a Billy Bob fan, and I usually like his stuff. I'm glad I'm not the kind of PE teacher Mr. Wood**** was, LOL.

Thanks for responding Petty. I'll have to check it out. [Smile]
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Tenacious D in The Pick of Destiny (2006)

- I love this film!
This was the 4th time and that is amazing
for a 00´s movie.

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Tropic Thunder...loved it!

What did you think of Meatloaf and Dio in The Pick of Destiny aTomik lol.........

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Meatloaf and Dio did awesome roles!
Dio´s best singing for ages,
maybe Jack Black and the boys should write his next album [Smile]

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I watched Wonderland (2003) again last night. Have any of ya'll seen it? Val Kilmer stars as John Holmes, and it's about the Wonderland murders from the early 80s and the role that Holmes allegedly (I think he's guilty, but that's my opinion) had in it. It was a really good movie, pretty gritty, though.
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Yeah I thought Wonderland was well done. Kilmer played a coked out porn star to a tee. I also think Holmes was guilty..............
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Oh yeah, Val Kilmer did a great job. I really think it was one of his better acting moments.
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