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Old 03-01-2008, 05:11 PM   #166
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I did show her Old Gregg in person though, she enjoyed that, too.
You call you penis Ol.....eh, forget it.
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Power of teh internetz - I did show her Old Gregg in person though, she enjoyed that, too.

And she and a few other of my friends watched Big Trouble in Little China last night. Gonna save Lebowski for a bigger crowd, STDs the next day kept most of them from coming.

See how easy it is? I didn't even have to use Old Gregg, either.
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Old 03-01-2008, 11:28 PM   #168
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You call you penis Ol.....eh, forget it.
I love milk, that was in the movie I watched the other night, it was with Colin Farrel and Salma Hayek on showtime and it was really good.
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Old 03-02-2008, 05:19 AM   #169
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Saw Breakfast on Pluto tonite. Strange flick yet keeps you glued to it in a very weird way. Gavin Friday was good in it. Lots of interesting very colorful characters.
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The Lookout was a good flick indeed.

I need to see Brick.
Oh dear God yes you do. That was easily my favourite film of 2006 and was stuck in head for a long time. I don't know how much film noir you've seen but it's great.

JGL is also great in Mysterious Skin if you've yet to see that.
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Old 03-02-2008, 03:30 PM   #171
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I changed it up today with American Gangster and in a few moments, On the Waterfront.

I was searching back for your opinions on Gangster and agree with pretty much all of them. I watched the "unrated" cut over the theatrical, hoping it would make a better impression than it did on most, but it didn't. Good, but not great.
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Watched 3:10 to Yuma. Really was liking it, then the movie got towards the end. Yikes.
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The Spy Who Loved Me kicks ass for the record.
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Aw shit son.
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NSW, you should post a either a ranking of all the Bond films as you'd rate them or a list with your short thoughts for each one for easy reference.
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At my local Blockbuster all 50 copies of Margot at the Wedding were gone and I couldn't help but have an evil grin on my face, poor poor viewers, I feel their pain but seem to get a pleasure knowing that 50 people will experience that awful film.
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If it's half as bad as The Squid and the Whale, then I still feel sorry for them.
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Did NSW ever say what he thought of Sunshine?
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Old 03-02-2008, 10:32 PM   #179
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I liked it a lot. It was sort of a hodgepodge of different sorts of films all in one, but it worked more than it didn't. I was surprised when they introduced a monster, if you will, into the films, especially when that convention was mocked earlier in the film. I was a little pissed for not having seen this in a theater, I think the visuals would have been much more stunning....although they were already great.

I loved the first hour or so, though, I could have watched that sort of stuff for hours on end.

They touch on a few interesting questions in the film, but don't really delve too deep into weighing the answers against one another.

I liked most of the cast a lot, with the exception of Johnny Torch and his macho overload. The captain of the ship was in The Last Samurai, he was the Cruise finally has his sword fighting epiphany.

So, yeah, I definitely liked it, appreciated some of the early pacing and thoughtfulness, but recognize, at least at my level, where it went astray here and there.
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On the Waterfront was great, I can see myself becoming a big Brando fan very soon.

Off to watch Crimes and Misdemeanors before I go to sleep. Goodnight, gang.
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