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Old 01-17-2005, 04:33 PM   #16
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I feel asleep durning Meet the Parents I doubt I'll see this one unless somone I know rents it when it comes out on video.
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i liked the first hour of Meet the Parents....after that i got bored. With each pratfall i was like: " gee, i didn't see that coming. "
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(I hate the movie theatres )
Me too! Stupid fucking poeple won't shut the fuck up!

The last movie I watched in the theater was the Pianist and I got the feeling that all the Holocaust survivors showed up in the same day and theater than me. I love old people but shut up and stop pointing at the screen dammit!!!!


I want to watch Meet the Fockers too.
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Old 01-17-2005, 08:16 PM   #19
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Yeah, when you watch a movie at home on DVD, you can eat and drink whatever you damn please
there's a movie theater where i live that has a full bar at the concession stand. i was drinking a thirty-two ounce beer with my nachos when i saw meet the fockers last week, so i'm not sure if this movie was actually funny, or if i was just buzzed.
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Old 01-17-2005, 08:43 PM   #20
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I thought Meet the Fockers was pretty funny.

I think movie snacks are pretty expensive too, so I bring my own I just throw a bottle of water and a candy bar or whatever in my purse
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Old 01-17-2005, 10:31 PM   #21
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there's a movie theater where i live that has a full bar at the concession stand.
Oh my..
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Haven't seen it yet. I'm going to be very disappointed if the lady of the house is not refered to as "Mother Focker" at some point.
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I'm not going to bother seeing this movie, I find Ben Stiller incredibly overrated. I didn't care for Meet The Parents all that much, so I'm not going to see the sequel.
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My mileage varies, I really like Ben Stiller. I thought he was great in this movie. I have tried drama before, and comedy is probably the hardest kind of acting to do. It's a killer. I didn't know Dustin Hoffman did comedy that well, but I thought he was great in it as well.
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I'm sort of the opposite. I took drama in high school, and comedy came natural for me. Doing drama is a little tough though, it can be hard to be serious but interesting at the same time.
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Old 01-21-2005, 10:04 AM   #26
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You may like Ben Stiller or not, but YOU HAVE TO GO WATCH THIS MOVIe, purely based on the DeNIRO-HOFFMAN SHOW... absolutely AMAZING... HOFFMAN steals this movie all the way...
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Yeah, DeNiro and Hoffman were both great.
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We went to see The Grudge at the theatre.. I thought ok I'll give it a chance, it might be scarier there. Well the whole freaking audience was TEENAGERS! Not normal, nice teenagers but screaming, annoying, talking, laughing, hoodlem ass teenagers.

It was the worst. They screamed at every little thing in the movie. Completely ruined it for us
I think even worse than people who scream at scary movies (they can't really help it I suppose) are people who laugh really loud to let every know that they are too cool to be scared.

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Haven't seen it yet. I'm going to be very disappointed if the lady of the house is not refered to as "Mother Focker" at some point.
Then I guess you will be disappointed because the bride's middle name is Martha so at some point in the movie she refers to herself as Martha Focker.
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Cant wait for it to come out on DVD. (I hate the movie theatres )
I can't get past the snack bar with BAW without going broke!
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