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    Quote Originally Posted by thegweed View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    What's everyone's favorite movie snack?
    Fish & C.H.I.P.S. ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    What's everyone's favorite movie snack?

    I'm seeing The Force Awakens on Sunday.
    Hot tamales!

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Hot tamales!
    I've eaten them until I've gotten a headache.
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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
    Hot tamales!
    Gobstoppers

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    Yes, net, whoreable headache.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
    Yes, net, whoreable headache.
    Did you get that from banging a whore? You may need to visit the free clinic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Did you get that from banging a whore? You may need to visit the free clinic!
    Don't think it was the banging so much as the dehydration.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
    Don't think it was the banging so much as the dehydration.
    Yeah, banging does require you to be well hydrated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountain Cycle Shawn View Post
    Yeah, banging does require you to be well hydrated.
    Usually don't ride that long, but I was inspired, went for a KOM.
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    You didn't KOM on the mountains, did you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    You didn't KOM on the mountains, did you?
    Yep, he missed the hole and messed up the mountains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Pervs
    Oh, just cause you're not getting any.

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    Oh Shawn. 🙃

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    Quote Originally Posted by girlonbike View Post
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    Do you need some? I could swing by again! Haha. Uh oh, I'm in trouble!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Saw the latest James Bond movie : Spectre

    It was good but not the best of Daniel Craig's Bond movies

    What's kind of disappointing is that it didn't really capitalize on making good use of Christophe Waltz as the bad guy - while Dave Bautista (Drax the Destroyer from Guardians of the Galaxy) is given the physical henchman role and makes a memorable appearance.

    But, I like that they're tying all the other Bond films that Craig was involved with , as well as paying some respects and nods to the earlier era Bond films such as From Russia With Love, You Only Live Twice, The Spy Who Loved Me and even On Her Majesty's Secret Service. I hope that Craig does one last Bond film, (he's such a stud ) as they have a great opportunity to end his run with a bang.
    I need to watch this. I wonder if my Redbox would have it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    What's everyone's favorite movie snack?

    I'm seeing The Force Awakens on Sunday.
    I'm seeing it Thursday at 7:30 and popcorn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
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    Max Payne...

    Just clicked he likes to ride GT ^^

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    'Sisters'...a couple of minor quibbles but overall a good one. I think Amy Poelher is funny.
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    Star Wars: the Force Awakens

    Watched it this evening. It was good.... made me feel nostalgic. No spoilers but wished it were a little darker (it is a Disney movie )
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Star Wars: the Force Awakens

    Watched it this evening. It was good.... made me feel nostalgic. No spoilers but wished it were a little darker (it is a Disney movie )
    Be truthful Judy. It was as lame as the 6 others after the original, no?
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    I don't want a spoiler, but were there any 20 minute long light sabre battles? Those are the only things that were really boring in the originals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    I don't want a spoiler, but were there any 20 minute long light sabre battles? Those are the only things that were really boring in the originals.
    I don't want to spoil anything for you, so the answer is "MAYBE, MAYBE NOT".

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    ^ nope the light saber fights were mercifully short...
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    And was there strange creatures in a make believe bar far far away?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    And was there strange creatures in a make believe bar far far away?
    Doubt it, that'd be as bad as make believe coyotes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Doubt it, that'd be as bad as make believe coyotes!
    That coyote existed I swear. Did he exist in that photo..I don't know.
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    Hey, my son and I went to see Star Wars today. It was good. Nothing crazy special, but good. We left early to a 11:20 showing and when we got there at 10:30, they said there was really no one in the 10:30, so we hit that one. Only about 7-10 people in there with us. That was cool.
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    Platoon. Pretty good but I couldn't take Charlie Sheen seriously.
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    Thor...

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    He googled it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
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    Google in Asgard!?

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    Google is omnipresent.
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    I watched "The Great Gatsby" on Netflix the other night. It's been since high school that I read the book, and don't remember it all that well, but it seems as though they took a few liberties with the story line.

    And not necessarily in a bad way, either, it was actually pretty good.
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    Good Will Hunting.

    It's always a joy to watch.

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    Here is a question that will help me and others choose the next movie to watch. What is your all time favourite movie(s).
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    Not sure if favorite, but in the top five..."Unforgiven". Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman.
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    Hmm. Hard for me to rank movies. But on top of mind right now...

    Interstellar, the Martian, the green miles, 12 monkeys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark_BC View Post
    Here is a question that will help me and others choose the next movie to watch. What is your all time favourite movie(s).
    Two that come to mind:
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    Heat was good. Wonder if I re watched it I would still like it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek200 View Post
    Heat was good. Wonder if I re watched it I would still like it?
    Probably not..

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    Quote Originally Posted by targnik View Post
    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    I watched Taken 3 last night. They should have stopped at Taken. Taken 2 was bad. Taken 3 should have been used to describe the 2 hours I will never get back.

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    Star Wars-The Force Awakens.

    I almost went to sleep a couple times, and I think I did doze off for a minute or two once. I was tired from a long ride in the morning, but I thought the movie moved slowly - I just wasn't feelin it. The parts with Leah seemed manufactured just to give her some screen time. As she ages, she looks more and more like her mother to me. All in all, not as good as I expected it was going to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladmo View Post
    Star Wars-The Force Awakens.

    I almost went to sleep a couple times, and I think I did doze off for a minute or two once. I was tired from a long ride in the morning, but I thought the movie moved slowly - I just wasn't feelin it. The parts with Leah seemed manufactured just to give her some screen time. As she ages, she looks more and more like her mother to me. All in all, not as good as I expected it was going to be.
    I know it's making a LOT of money, but I've read several mediocre reviews. I may not watch it ever, just because :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    I know it's making a LOT of money, but I've read several mediocre reviews. I may not watch it ever, just because :-)
    Well then you and I can start up an 'anti force' in that direction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ladmo View Post
    Star Wars-The Force Awakens.

    I almost went to sleep a couple times, and I think I did doze off for a minute or two once. I was tired from a long ride in the morning, but I thought the movie moved slowly - I just wasn't feelin it. The parts with Leah seemed manufactured just to give her some screen time. As she ages, she looks more and more like her mother to me. All in all, not as good as I expected it was going to be.
    Seems like it's a connector between the previous movies and the next movie without the legs to stand on it's own. Can't wait until we find out Rey is Leah's daughter separated at birth from her brother to hide her from the dark side in it's current iteration.
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    Alone in the wilderness.

    Pretty damn rad, something in it for everyone.


    A dude builds his own log cabin in remote alaska in 1968 and lives there for 30 years. The movie is just about the first year, and shows him building his cabin. This dude had some motivation, and he build some really cool stuff. This isn't some ******** discovery channel crap where nimrods in MCarthy Alaska think they live in the wilderness despite having the fastest LTE cell phone signal I have ever experienced, this really is a dude in the wilderness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Well then you and I can start up an 'anti force' in that direction.
    I have also never seen Titanic, which I believe is the current world record holder for most views. I WILL NOT BOW TO PUBLIC PRESSURE TO WATCH MOVIES!!!!

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    Mr. Pig really liked Starship Troopers, perhaps give that one a watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Not sure if favorite, but in the top five..."Unforgiven". Clint Eastwood, Morgan Freeman.
    I'm a big fan of that pic too. It and "Gran Torino" are my favorite Eastwood movies. Pale rider was a pretty good flick in his older style.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    I'm a big fan of that pic too. It and "Gran Torino" are my favorite Eastwood movies. Pale rider was a pretty good flick in his older style.
    Outlaw Josey Wales was good too, IMO.
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    I was disappoint when I couldn't find Unforgiven on Netflix, right after watching Josey Wales... when I was on an Eastwood Western kick.

    Still need to see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I was disappoint when I couldn't find Unforgiven on Netflix, right after watching Josey Wales... when I was on an Eastwood Western kick.

    Still need to see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I was disappoint when I couldn't find Unforgiven on Netflix, right after watching Josey Wales... when I was on an Eastwood Western kick.

    Still need to see it.
    I think I paid $5 for the Unforgiven DVD at Wallyworld. Worth it even after seeing it in the theater, probably watch that annually. IMO it was the best film he directed. The Outlaw Josey Wales was pretty ground breaking back in it's day too. The themes he played on and the character development were good enough to stand the test of time. It's another movie I'll watch every year and will generally sit through even if it's on T.V.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    I think I paid $5 for the Unforgiven DVD at Wallyworld. Worth it even after seeing it in the theater, probably watch that annually. IMO it was the best film he directed. The Outlaw Josey Wales was pretty ground breaking back in it's day too. The themes he played on and the character development were good enough to stand the test of time. It's another movie I'll watch every year and will generally sit through even if it's on T.V.
    I'll keep an eye out for Unforgiven, sounds like it'll turn up somewhere on the cheap, maybe even at an estate sale. I bought Josey Wales at Barnes & Noble for under $10 and Joe Kidd for even less. I still don't fully get Joe Kidd, maybe I will the next time I watch it.

    When I first got Netflix I was bummed that I just bought Josey Wales, now I don't have Netflix and I'm glad I own it.

    I'm also on the lookout for James Bond movies. Now the baseline is stuck in my head, lol.


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    Just watched Corky Romano for the umpteenth time. We might go see Star Wars today, but from what I've heard it's a pretty similar story to the first one (ep.4).

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    Going to see Concussion here shortly. Not my choice but it looks like it's got some excellent reviews already.

    Just released on X-Mas day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I'll keep an eye out for Unforgiven, sounds like it'll turn up somewhere on the cheap, maybe even at an estate sale. I bought Josey Wales at Barnes & Noble for under $10 and Joe Kidd for even less. I still don't fully get Joe Kidd, maybe I will the next time I watch it.

    When I first got Netflix I was bummed that I just bought Josey Wales, now I don't have Netflix and I'm glad I own it.

    I'm also on the lookout for James Bond movies. Now the baseline is stuck in my head, lol.

    I picked up all the old Bond's at Shopko and the more recent ones at Walmart. Joe Kidd is an odd bit of film. It occurs to me that it's a bit of a protest film (during the end of Vietnam) because the civilians get caught between the revolutionary and the mercenaries. Joe hates the revolutionaries because they attacked his friend, but he's sympathetic toward the townspeople.
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    Secondhand Lions

    Entertaining for the whole family.
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    I watched The Revenant Friday and Spectre (meh) last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    Alone in the wilderness.

    Pretty damn rad, something in it for everyone.


    A dude builds his own log cabin in remote alaska in 1968 and lives there for 30 years. The movie is just about the first year, and shows him building his cabin. This dude had some motivation, and he build some really cool stuff. This isn't some ******** discovery channel crap where nimrods in MCarthy Alaska think they live in the wilderness despite having the fastest LTE cell phone signal I have ever experienced, this really is a dude in the wilderness.
    That is the show that PBS puts on during their pledge drive! Great show and a testament to what a person can do. I love the segment when he made his chimney.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
    Outlaw Josey Wales was good too, IMO.
    No where near the quality of Gran Torino or Unforgiven, but I enjoy watching Clint ham it up in Heartbreak Ridge whenever I come across it on TV. Playing a grizzled salty old marine is right in his sweet spot. Seeing his character try to understand women and evolve a little is hilarious.

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    Just got back from watching Concussion with Will Smith. A true story and I highly reccomend it.

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    You would have to be suffering from CTE to want to go see Star Wars, huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    You would have to be suffering from CTE to want to go see Star Wars, huh?
    No, I would have opted for that just to see what all the hoopla was all about. But it wasn't my choice. It was a family get together thing. The theater I went to was brand new state of the art. It has reclining chairs and foot rests. With fold out food trays and even catered with food and drink if you shall choose.

    They have a special theater for movies like Star Wars. 3D HD wide screen with an insane sound system.
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    The Hateful 8 is supposed to be available to view in 70mm.

    I would imagine it would kinda suck, unless the theater was purpose built to show movies that wide. Other wise, can you say "letterbox"?

    Still wanna see it though, I like Q. Tarantino movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vespasianus View Post
    That is the show that PBS puts on during their pledge drive!
    I did read that online!



    We just saw point break 2, about what I expected. In the opening scene they're dirt biking in southern Utah, and I do believe I have ridden that trail, "The spine trail"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    I did read that online!



    We just saw point break 2, about what I expected. In the opening scene they're dirt biking in southern Utah, and I do believe I have ridden that trail, "The spine trail"...
    Is that movie worth watching? Looks like it's basically a high impact push towards today's extreme sports.

    The first Point Break was well worth the watch. This one looks like a haphazard remake of the original.
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    Lawless

    It was OK. Would've been a little more enjoyable if half the dialog wasn't muddled by bad hillbilly accents.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Is that movie worth watching?
    Its ok, if you set your expectations low enough you'll like it :-P

    There are some cool shots/scenes though, plot, well, it's point break....

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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Lawless

    It was OK. Would've been a little more enjoyable if half the dialog wasn't muddled by bad hillbilly accents.
    I liked that one, even with the bad accents.
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    Bridge over the river Kwai. One of my son's favorites too. Alec Guinness' voice remained unchanged from then until Star Wars, you could dub over scenes from one movie to the other.
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    Hellraiser: Hellseeker. Only three more Hellraiser films until I've watched them all. I'll admit with each one I feel less inclined to watch the next. Threethe third was hilarious and featured a couple songs by Motorhead. It's a band I don't care about but is iconic nonetheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    Hellraiser: Hellseeker. Only three more Hellraiser films until I've watched them all. I'll admit with each one I feel less inclined to watch the next. Threethe third was hilarious and featured a couple songs by Motorhead. It's a band I don't care about but is iconic nonetheless.
    I've seen them all, what I recall to be the last one, was actually a great movie IMO, it probably would have done better had it not been included in the hellraiser series.

    EDIT, I was actually thinking of Inferno, which you have already seen, there are several that I have not seen, hopefully they are on netflix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    I've seen them all, what I recall to be the last one, was actually a great movie IMO, it probably would have done better had it not been included in the hellraiser series.

    EDIT, I was actually thinking of Inferno, which you have already seen, there are several that I have not seen, hopefully they are on netflix!
    To me it seems anything made after 4 is Hellraiser only in branding. They've totally screwed up the Pinhead character.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NDD View Post
    To me it seems anything made after 4 is Hellraiser only in branding. They've totally screwed up the Pinhead character.
    Hellseeker, was ok, but ultimately, YES, you are dead on right, the woman that open the puzzle box in Hellseeker then negotiates with pinhead?! The fuq is that sh!t? There is no negotiating with pinhead, there is only stepping into an unimaginable realm of pain and suffering. I realized I have seen "Deader", then next hellraiser after hellseeker, I don't remeber a whole lot about it, but I have the next one loaded up "Hellworld", I'm really hoping pinhead comes through on this one, the real pinhead, not this wishy washy negotiable pinhead.

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    Ink & Steel.

    Pretty well done mafia/gangster movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Rollerball is on MeTV right now.
    The original? It's pretty brutal, but he ending is kinda, dare I say, uplifting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    The original? It's pretty brutal, but he ending is kinda, dare I say, uplifting?
    Condom thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackbombay View Post
    Hellseeker, was ok, but ultimately, YES, you are dead on right, the woman that open the puzzle box in Hellseeker then negotiates with pinhead?! The fuq is that sh!t? There is no negotiating with pinhead, there is only stepping into an unimaginable realm of pain and suffering. I realized I have seen "Deader", then next hellraiser after hellseeker, I don't remeber a whole lot about it, but I have the next one loaded up "Hellworld", I'm really hoping pinhead comes through on this one, the real pinhead, not this wishy washy negotiable pinhead.
    Also they started moralizing way to hard in the next ones. Plus the switch to a more mystery/action movie format didn't really work out.

    Watching Deader right now.
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    I watched Lone Survivor tonight. It was a worthy watch.

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    And then I watched American Sniper. Excellent movie, sad and touching because it's true.

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    So was Lone Survivor.
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    If you liked those, check out...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boys_of_Abu_Ghraib
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    So was Lone Survivor.
    Yes and it was good. AS was better though.

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    If you liked those, check out...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boys_of_Abu_Ghraib
    Never heard of that one.
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    That one is based on true events, but a regular movie. It was good, though.

    If you read up on Lone Survivor, that dude refused to even work with Hollywood if they tried to change the story in any way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    That one is based on true events, but a regular movie. It was good, though.

    If you read up on Lone Survivor, that dude refused to even work with Hollywood if they tried to change the story in any way.

    Can't say that I blame him.
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    I just watched 'River's Edge' for about the hundredth time...first time with my daughter.

    I mean, the fact that it's based on a true story blows my mind. It's my favorite movie of all time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegweed View Post
    I just watched 'River's Edge' for about the hundredth time...first time with my daughter.

    I mean, the fact that it's based on a true story blows my mind. It's my favorite movie of all time.



    It's been so long since I've seen that one I had to Google it to take me back. Another good one that was based off a true story. I've also seen a forensics show about that murder.
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    moonrise kingdom. another awesome wes anderson movie.

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    Went to see both CONCUSSION and THE BIG SHORT over the holidays. Enjoyed them both.
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