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Old 07-23-2008, 02:55 AM   #556
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Oh, and Ax - I have absolutely no interest in seeing Dark Knight either. I will if a friend asks me to come along, but I just don't think I'll enjoy it that much. And although Ledger's performance is getting rave reviews, I've also heard some criticisms of it that seem rather justified as far as I can tell. Plus fuck superhero movies.
Heh, glad to know I'm not a heretic to everyone here then.

I still haven't been to a single movie this year, unless you count U2 3D.
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Heh, glad to know I'm not a heretic to everyone here then.

I still haven't been to a single movie this year, unless you count U2 3D.
Oh, you can always count on me. More on this later, by the way (re: MBV).

Can't remember if I have, too. Didn't go to U2 3D, couldn't care less actually. I don't really like going to cinemas, nor has any mainstream movie been of interest to me this year.
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I haven't seen TDK yet either. I don't go to the movies much anymore. I find much of it very cliched and over-rated. And the more I hear about a movie, the more inclined I am to skip it. Wait for it to show up on cable

I do like the indie type films more than the blockbusters.

I like watching the oldies on Turner Classic Channel
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Can't remember if I have, too. Didn't go to U2 3D, couldn't care less actually. I don't really like going to cinemas, nor has any mainstream movie been of interest to me this year.
I didn't see U23D either. Traveling 3 hours to pay $20 to see a glorified U2 DVD didn't appeal to me.
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Oh, you can always count on me. More on this later, by the way (re: MBV).

Can't remember if I have, too. Didn't go to U2 3D, couldn't care less actually. I don't really like going to cinemas, nor has any mainstream movie been of interest to me this year.
Wait, I thought I was the only MBV heretic?

I enjoyed U2 3D, mainly for The Fly. Never intended to go to it four times. No fucking idea how that happened ...!
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I didn't see U23D either. Traveling 3 hours to pay $20 to see a glorified U2 DVD didn't appeal to me.
Meh, the only real standouts were LAPOE and The Fly. Needed UTEOTW.
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Wait, I thought I was the only MBV heretic?

I enjoyed U2 3D, mainly for The Fly. Never intended to go to it four times. No fucking idea how that happened ...!
What's MBV?
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I do like the indie type films more than the blockbusters.

I like watching the oldies on Turner Classic Channel
Same here. Well, not to a big extent, but I sort of watch more foreign films and classics than I used to. It's not about being pretentious, I just don't like the vibe of American cinema these days.
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Yeah, having seen the movie before always helps. But you're still a virgin until you see it in a theatrical midnight showing. If you go, it's best to look over some audience participation scripts first, and try to memorize some of the callbacks and stuff, that way you won't feel left out.
Definitely seeing the movie first helped enjoy it. But I don't recall any scripts or stuff like that at the Hollywood shows. Maybe everyone knew it so well already, and if you didn't (like myself) it didn't matter. Just enjoy the show. And what a scene it was.

Maybe it's different now.
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I was digging through my photobucket and I found this picture of me with pink hair dye slathered on my head.




Makes me sooooooo want to do it again, but it's damn expensive 'cause you have to bleach your hair first, and with my hair being longer now, I'd probably have to buy double of everything
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i never go to the theater to see movies and i didn't even see u2 3d which i'm mad at myself.
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I didn't see U23D either. Traveling 3 hours to pay $20 to see a glorified U2 DVD didn't appeal to me.
Yeah, I don't blame you. The Imax here is four blocks from my university, so it worked out well for me. But I wouldn't have travelled much further for it.
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My Bloody Valentine.

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Meh, the only real standouts were LAPOE and The Fly. Needed UTEOTW.
New Year's Day was pretty cool too.
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