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Old 2012-06-08, 02:14
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If you want a real movie to watch, check any movie by Lars Von Trier! This guy is really tough. Don't start with Antichrist though, iyt's way too rough. Melancholia or Dogville are the best ones, or Dancer In The Dark
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Old 2012-06-08, 10:24
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God I fucking hated Melancholia and everything about it (except watching Dunst's ride some dude). You damn well right are banned.
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Old 2012-06-12, 07:54
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hahahahahahaha woooooow that is my third laugh of the day.

that was terrible, dyldo.... hahahaa
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Old 2012-06-12, 10:28
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Old 2012-06-13, 17:35
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Anyone else excited for the movie based on Freddie Mecury's life? Katty Perry is probably going to play his girlfriend.
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Old 2012-06-23, 15:21
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Old 2012-06-30, 03:45
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Ted was great, I was very surprised.
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Old 2012-10-02, 13:41
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Any of you guys seen all the three Starship Troopers movies? S'funny, I always rather despised the first one. I've read Heinlein's book countless times, and to me it seemed like the movie not only missed more than one vital point of the story - everything in it is so godawful stupid I wanna hit myself in the head with a frying pan just to try and see if it'll restore a few burned braincells. Just take the main component of it all - Mobile Infantry soldier versus bug. In the book, the bugs are every bit as ferocious as in the movie. Thing is, every single soldier of the MI is an extremely well trained elite soldier, wearing a power armour equivalent of a modern tank battalion. In the movie... yeeeea, nuff said.
But, here's the funny thing. I've now seen all three movies back to back and I... kinda think they're pretty damn good, all in all. Thing is, Heinlein carried a lot of points in the mixture of satire and straight up action adventure. And when the movies finally get to go full circle with the sheer manic madness of perpetual war, gleeful propaganda and religious awakening - they do too. Sure, it's not the deepest thoughts and most clever execution, but taken all together I thought they brought the whole thing much farther than I'd ever expected.

So yea, anyone feel for a marathon of mixing thought provoking themes, entertaining human-on-slimy-hell-spawn-fighting and boobs (yes ladies, there's some nice abs for you, too) I'd say give 'em a try.
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Old 2012-11-02, 12:02
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Here again, resurrecting this ole zombie. Looking for movie tips - fun stuff. Just entertaining movies you can kick back and relax to; Pirates of the Caribbean, The Avengers, the new Iron Man movies, stuff like that. Any takers?
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Old 2012-11-12, 07:28
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Haven't really had too much time for movies as of late.

Loved Moonrise Kingdom and Jeff Who Lives at Home. Really want to see Basket Ball Dairy but Blockbuster doesn't have it :/
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