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#21 Fritz

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Posted 11 April 2010 - 1714 PM

I saw Clash of the Titans yesterday. Very disappointed. Bad script and bad direction couldn't be saved by decent actors. <_<
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Posted 11 April 2010 - 1715 PM

I stepped into the 1990's yesterday and watched Pulp Fiction. Harvey Keitel stole the show.
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Posted 11 April 2010 - 1924 PM

I stepped into the 1990's yesterday and watched Pulp Fiction. Harvey Keitel stole the show.


Let's see, over the long weekend...

I went to North Africa in 1942 and saw Lulubelle dish out love at the thirsty Germans.

This was followed by 6 June 1944 with a landing at Omaha, and a search for one, Private Ryan,

Then went back sometime in 1940-something-something to see Lulubelle's TC run a bar.

Then watched some POWs mock Hitler in front of their German POW commandant of Stalag-17.

Then went back in time to watch two frigates (English and French) beat the shit out of each other in the Pacific.

Then watched a guy named Nameless attempt to assassinate China's first emperor.

Followed by what Luke termed as "the biggest gay fest movie ever" featuring a very gay looking Xerxes.

Then off to the far future about wormhole weapons and Peacekeepers.

Then for a change watched some gorgeous gal sing Moonriver.

Then went back to ancient Rome to see Nero singing while Rome burns.

Somewhere in between all of the above, I was watching Sky Angel Vol. 64 on my laptop.... :D
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#24 Ivanhoe

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Posted 11 April 2010 - 2216 PM

I stepped into the 1990's yesterday and watched Pulp Fiction. Harvey Keitel stole the show.


He did likewise in Point of No Return, though his role there was even briefer.
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#25 Leo Niehorster

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Posted 12 April 2010 - 0355 AM

Watched: The Dark Wind, Skinwalkers, Coyote Waits, and A Thief of Time. Good acting and great photography.
(Alex Rice, yum, yum!)

Has anyone read books by Tony Hilleryman? Any good?

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Posted 12 April 2010 - 0448 AM

The most bizarre trash is still being made in Japan - in this case, I could literally feel how the "Calamari Wrestler" was killing my brain cells. :blink:
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Posted 12 April 2010 - 0743 AM

I saw Clash of the Titans yesterday. Very disappointed. Bad script and bad direction couldn't be saved by decent actors. <_<


Saw it last week.
The biggest heap of shit since the late Cretaceous period...
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Posted 12 April 2010 - 1524 PM

Saw The Men Who Stare At Goats last week.

A lot funnier than I expected, recommended for those of you who liked The Big Lebowski.



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Posted 12 April 2010 - 1702 PM

...but not quite as funny as the trailer suggests that it is. It is an "okay" movie in my book. Probably won't buy the DVD, except maybe once that it is in the bargain bin.
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Posted 12 April 2010 - 1744 PM

Hard not to step back into 1984:

Teenage Wolverines vs. the Godless commies

Time travelling assasin robots

Some dude named Freddy from out of a nightmare

Slime time in Manhattan (and who knew the Stay-Puft Marshmallow man had such a bad attitude?)

Some chick named Molly got sixteen candles

Barrance, arr of rife barrance

Wofie writes some music and dies

Crime fighting in Beverly Hills

Indie vs. the Thugs

Gizmo and his offspring ruin Christmas
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Posted 12 April 2010 - 1747 PM

The most bizarre trash is still being made in Japan - in this case, I could literally feel how the "Calamari Wrestler" was killing my brain cells. :blink:


I was kinda' hooked, definitely rooting for the squid.

Does Tomas know about this? I mean, there's the potential for tentacle groupies...all the elements are there.
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Posted 12 April 2010 - 1951 PM

biggest heap of shit


Is it bigger than a shitload of shit? Or smaller? :D (are you a fan of that unit of measurement already? hehehe)

Doug: Yep, already saw it. First thing in mind: what ever happened to tentacle sex?!?!? :lol:
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Posted 12 April 2010 - 2006 PM

Hard not to step back into 1984:



Some chick named Molly got sixteen candles


Guilty pleasure....I love that movie.
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Posted 13 April 2010 - 0406 AM

Watched Hot Fuzz again last weekend... still hilarious.

Yesterday evening there was a Spanish movie, translated King of the Hill (don't know original title). Reminiscent of Deliverance, but happens in the mountains somewhere in Spain, not excessively gory but one of the more disturbing movies I've seen recently. Probably quite cheap budget, but the outcome works.
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Posted 13 April 2010 - 0431 AM

Does Tomas know about this? I mean, there's the potential for tentacle groupies...all the elements are there.

Well, there is a "love scene" between that girl and the calmar (not hentai style though, you pervs), and the culminating fight involves the hero, the octopified wrestler of the first fight (like the hero, he was transmogrified in a mountain hideout in Pakistan, go figure...) and yet some other seafood (I'm not sure what, seemed to be a crustacean).

Shintoism or not, this was trash. But at least they didn't attempt to hide it. ;)

Edited by Ssnake, 13 April 2010 - 0431 AM.

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Posted 13 April 2010 - 0805 AM

Saw Shutter Island this weekend, not bad, but scenes of drowned kids are a tad to close for me.
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Posted 13 April 2010 - 0831 AM

Guilty pleasure....I love that movie.


Wasn't the movie, it was Molly Ringwald. Brown-eyed redhead, rather full lips, fair skin...
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Posted 13 April 2010 - 0908 AM

Wasn't the movie, it was Molly Ringwald. Brown-eyed redhead, rather full lips, fair skin...


That's what it is...most redheads have green or blue eyes.
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Posted 13 April 2010 - 1051 AM

Took my 5 year old to see "how to train our Dragon " in 3d. Excellent movie.

The use of 3D was not overt and in your face. I can't recall any of the "coming right at you!" scenes.
It was used for immersion. Worked wonderfully.

My daughter loved it, too. The animation, despite the cartoonishness of some of the designs, was superb.
The end scene was especially impressive, with high speed 3d dragon flying through 3d clouds.

I really really liked it.
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Posted 13 April 2010 - 1932 PM

Well, there is a "love scene" between that girl and the calmar (not hentai style though, you pervs)


DAMN! And I was hoping it would involve Mei Haruka in it....
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