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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 11:14 am 
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Thank you, peoplev always say I'm so strong, I'm not its a front..just trying to survive

Keep up man! We need you here! :wink:

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 11:28 am 
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The Croods left me reasonably cold.
Maybe because its a kids flick and I'm 50.....
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PostPosted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 1:58 pm 
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Sorry to hear it Plook... (hug)

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I must also add that having Izzy is a huge inspiration to me to be and do well, that little girl has a huge heart and has Terri's sense of humor…she is witty and sharp…I like that… :)


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The Impossible (about the Thailandia tsunami) is one of the worst I have seen. I also hate The Simpsons movie because it shows how the show fell apart after the 12/15th season.

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I watched these two gems on the weekend:

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Usually I find grindhouse movies mostly entertaining, but man, these ones were terrible.


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 02, 2014 2:04 pm 
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year one - jack black, hank azaria, blah etc...
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The unscariest horror movie I ever did see.

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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2014 5:11 pm 
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The unscariest horror movie I ever did see.

I give that title to Creepshow 2.

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The unscariest horror movie I ever did see.

I give that title to Creepshow 2.

Depends with whom you saw it. The girl with whom I watched it jumped 3 feet off the couch when the blobbie thing from the pond flew out of the water to grab the last victim. I thanked her for the ride...

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just plain doug wrote:
wakawazooinregalia' wrote:
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The unscariest horror movie I ever did see.

I give that title to Creepshow 2.

Depends with whom you saw it. The girl with whom I watched it jumped 3 feet off the couch when the blobbie thing from the pond flew out of the water to grab the last victim. I thanked her for the ride...

It was my very first horror movie, it was in halloween, at age of 9 with my friends. I remember that the one from the indian was pathetic. The other 2 scared the shit out of us! I watched it again 2 years later and it was funny as hell.

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I'm watching Kakashi for Japanese learning purposes. Slow as treacle so far.

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This one is as good as an old monster movie :

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I feel like watching Piranha 3D now.


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I feel like watching Piranha 3D now.

What about Piranha 3DD? Speaking of which, I watched these two 'gems' on the weekend:

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New Spiderman Movie wasn't so great... :(


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The Red Dawn remake(2012) sure bit the big one.

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Plook wrote:
New Spiderman Movie wasn't so great... :(

Guardians of the Galaxy is terrible too.

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tiboudre wrote:
Maroual wrote:
I feel like watching Piranha 3D now.
What about Piranha 3DD?
Sure, but before watching 3DD, I have to watch 3D, otherwise, there is no chance I can understand the plot.
The DVDs look ... nicety.


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Maroual wrote:
tiboudre wrote:
Maroual wrote:
I feel like watching Piranha 3D now.
What about Piranha 3DD?
Sure, but before watching 3DD, I have to watch 3D, otherwise, there is no chance I can understand the plot.
The DVDs look ... nicety.

A very interesting and complex plot. Better than Vertigo.

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Plots are overrated.


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