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  #340457 10-Jun-2010 22:34
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Umm just finished Hot Tub Time Machine and it's not the greatest movie i have ever seen but was still quite funny. Would be enjoyoyed for those who remember the 80's as a time where they grew up.

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  #340464 10-Jun-2010 22:52
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nickd: Speed 2: Cruise Control c/- tv3.

All of the fail in the world compressed into 2.5 hours worth of the most terrible and unbelievable movie I have ever seen in my life.


I always though Sandra Bullock was VERY average, and this movie was proof of that!!  However I watched The Blind Side a few weeks back, she deserved her Oscar!!! The Blind Side 9/10

 
 
 
 


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I just watched the human centipede.. Yeah wish I could unsee that lol

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  #343170 19-Jun-2010 00:04
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Just watched a movie called Valhalla Rising even though there was probably less than three pages of dialogue for the entire movie it was pretty good and if you liked the movie The Road then I think you could enjoy this too.

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  #343175 19-Jun-2010 01:02
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Sherlock holmes - one of the best thriller action films - the juices just never dries up! awesome

GI Joe - amazing action!

Taking of Pelham - and the point (of the show) being?!




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  #344560 23-Jun-2010 15:07
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Blue Velvet on Rialto channell

8.5/10

Dennis Hopper is pure gold - but Dean Stockwell steals the scene in his brief appearance. One suave #@$%er.




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  #344610 23-Jun-2010 17:08
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Saw Shutter Island in HD. What a movie! Superb, beautifully shot - it really is a gorgeous film. The story was great and really well acted. Watching it the 2nd time is great as well, after you know how it ends it adds a whole new aspect to the film when you see it again.

 
 
 
 


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  #345782 27-Jun-2010 15:31
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watched take him to the greek last night.
loved it, found it very funny. wife enjoyed it just as much as well. you have to be the mood i think to watch it.

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  #345831 27-Jun-2010 19:55
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Just watched a old comedy called Orange County. It has Jack Black and Colin Hanks in it and is not too bad I have seen it a few other times and still enjoyed it. If you like Jack Black you would probably enjoy this if not then it would not be something you would probably enjoy (although he is not the main character).

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  #346006 28-Jun-2010 12:16
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jtbthatsme: Just watched a old comedy called Orange County. It has Jack Black and Colin Hanks in it and is not too bad I have seen it a few other times and still enjoyed it. If you like Jack Black you would probably enjoy this if not then it would not be something you would probably enjoy (although he is not the main character).


Worth it just to see him doing the housework high on pills! (oh, and the scene with Egon from Ghostbusters where they give him the ecstacy pill)

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Dug out The Princess Bride to watch - still enjoyable after all these years.




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  #346136 28-Jun-2010 19:16
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Ah i see now I always thought he looked familiar hehe.

After that I ended up watching a movie with my actor of the moment (You know the one you just wanna see everything they are in hehe) Timothy Olyphant in The Crazies. This movie has nothing new in it but it certainly had me jump a few times hehe. The volume and the dark room i watched this in by myself probably didn't help either.

Worth a watch if you want to scare your partner or partner to be into snuglly up or crushing your hand.

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  #346681 30-Jun-2010 15:26
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eXDee: Saw 2012.


I knew that movie series was going to go on forever.
Ive only seen upto Saw 3 ;)




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  #346682 30-Jun-2010 15:28
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Walt Disney's Robin Hood - got it for Miss 3... I'll admit I sat through it as well :) Remember seeing it many many years ago....




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  #346699 30-Jun-2010 16:31
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Went to see Shrek 4ever after in 3D last week. Special pre-release screening.

Was very good, I must say. I doin;t know what people expect from these movies, but if you watch it for what it is, it's great fun. My kids LOVED it.


Also watched GI Joe on DVD the other night...
Chicks in leather catsuits = 9.5/10
Action scenes = 7/10
Overall movie experience = 2.2/10

Really was an epic piece of crap. On another note, Star Trek was enjoyable.





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