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Old 06-27-2008, 11:26 PM   #61
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ugh i have to take a break...i just finished the twatt superthread.
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Kind of. Tonight was a slow night. Lots of my buddies are away on travel baseball now.
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You wanna do the running diary of El-Mel's list tonight?
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Did he send links to it?
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Did he send links to it?
He sent them to me a while back via PM. I think I can forward them over, if you like.
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He sent them to me a while back via PM. I think I can forward them over, if you like.
That would be good. I probably have them and just lost them in the depths of my inbox.
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What'd you think of Darjeeling?

I only liked Hotel Chevalier because it helps Jack storyarc pay-off and you see a semi-nude Natalie Portman. The only problems with Portman were the bruises and body of a 12-year-old boy. Oh well.
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Didn't mention this yesterday: I saw the Incredible Hulk in theaters yesterday.

Better than I was expecting, anyway. Not great, but a fun watch. And for some reason or another, I always enjoy Tim Blake Nelson's minor roles, from Holes to The Astronaut Farmer to this.
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Didn't mention this yesterday: I saw the Incredible Hulk in theaters yesterday.

Better than I was expecting, anyway. Not great, but a fun watch. And for some reason or another, I always enjoy Tim Blake Nelson's minor roles, from Holes to The Astronaut Farmer to this.
He's also great in O Brother, Where Art Thou? I loved him in this as well. Tim Roth kicking ass was also a welcome sight to see.

It was an entertaining enough movie for what it was. It's probably the best you could do with such a one-dimensional character like the Hulk. That balance between action and internal struggle needs be maintained for it to work, and this one did it better than Ang Lee's Hulk. If you can credit it for one thing, it got me even more excited for the future Avengers movie.
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What'd you think of Darjeeling?

I only liked Hotel Chevalier because it helps Jack storyarc pay-off and you see a semi-nude Natalie Portman. The only problems with Portman were the bruises and body of a 12-year-old boy. Oh well.
Bruises and the body of a 12 year old? Is that part of the movie?
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He's also great in O Brother, Where Art Thou? I loved him in this as well. Tim Roth kicking ass was also a welcome sight to see.

It was an entertaining enough movie for what it was. It's probably the best you could do with such a one-dimensional character like the Hulk. That balance between action and internal struggle needs be maintained for it to work, and this one did it better than Ang Lee's Hulk. If you can credit it for one thing, it got me even more excited for the future Avengers movie.
Agreed. That's why I had such low expectations: the Hulk's character really doesn't go anywhere. Still, it was good.

I would have preferred seeing Get Smart, but my buddy really wanted to see this one.
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Bruises and the body of a 12 year old? Is that part of the movie?
She does have bruises, but that's part of the short film. The "body of a 12-year-old boy" comment is my own.
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He's also great in O Brother, Where Art Thou? I loved him in this as well. Tim Roth kicking ass was also a welcome sight to see.

It was an entertaining enough movie for what it was. It's probably the best you could do with such a one-dimensional character like the Hulk. That balance between action and internal struggle needs be maintained for it to work, and this one did it better than Ang Lee's Hulk. If you can credit it for one thing, it got me even more excited for the future Avengers movie.
Is the Hulk going to be in the Advengers movie?

I think the best adaption of the Hulk has to be the 70's series. Really moving and true to the tragedy of the character.
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Agreed. That's why I had such low expectations: the Hulk's character really doesn't go anywhere. Still, it was good.

I would have preferred seeing Get Smart, but my buddy really wanted to see this one.
Yeah, Get Smart looks to be a hell of a lot of fun. Hopefully it'll be a YLB Family outing.

I'm going to see Wanted with a friend tomorrow, my first R-rated flick I can go into alone. It's gonna be a throwaway, bloody actionfest, but I'm excited.
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Was Downey Jr. at the ending random or is it just me?
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