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Old 07-16-2008, 01:57 AM   #481
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LMP, about to start your DI 5.5 list. For the first section, I'm to swap tracks 2 and 3, right?
Yes. If you can get out of the first section, I think you may enjoy the rest. Maybe.
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What's so bad about Unbreakable, or do you just hate Sam Jackson?
It was mindnumbingly, agonisingly boring and went utterly nowhere. I saw it with a couple of friends much more into movies than I (though probably not on the level of you folk here), and at the end, we just looked at each other and simultaneously blurted out "that was shit", followed by a chorus of "worst movie I've ever seen".
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I'm kinda sad you hated that so much PFan Oh well to each his own.

this baseball game put me in a bad mood...gotta find something happy
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It was mindnumbingly, agonisingly boring and went utterly nowhere. I saw it with a couple of friends much more into movies than I (though probably not on the level of you folk here), and at the end, we just looked at each other and simultaneously blurted out "that was shit", followed by a chorus of "worst movie I've ever seen".
That's a common complaint.

I like the story, performances from the two leads, and direction, but can totally see what you mean. I didn't warm up to it until a second viewing, then I really liked it.
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Riiiiiiiight.

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Yes. If you can get out of the first section, I think you may enjoy the rest. Maybe.
OK, here we go.

Difficult start for me just like last time, eh?
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OK, here we go.

Difficult start for me just like last time, eh?
It could've been easily called "The Axver Rite of Passage."
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OK, here we go.

Difficult start for me just like last time, eh?
I think you'll be OK after the Panda Bear track.

Gotta pick up at the Peter Gabriel track tomorrow...
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That's a common complaint.

I like the story, performances from the two leads, and direction, but can totally see what you mean. I didn't warm up to it until a second viewing, then I really liked it.
I'm thinking that maybe I should be fair and see it again. I think I was 14 when I saw it. But my opinions on movies have stayed very static and I really strongly hated it the first time, so I'm not sure if revisiting it would be the most productive use of my time when there are so many movies I'm sure to love that I haven't seen.

And this Hot Chip song is ... bothersome, and yet somehow catchy.
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It could've been easily called "The Axver Rite of Passage."
That'd be hilarious.
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I'm probably off listening to Springsteen albums now. I think Nebraska will probably be it.

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I think you'll be OK after the Panda Bear track.
Ah, now Panda Bear, there's a band I see indie wankers hyping but haven't listened to myself.

The spelling part of this Hot Chip track is easily the most annoying part.
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I think you'll be OK after the Panda Bear track.

Gotta pick up at the Peter Gabriel track tomorrow...
Totally cool.
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It could've been easily called "The Axver Rite of Passage."
Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian ... AXVER, YOU SHALL NOT PASS! ... Sir Ian, Sir Ian, Sir Ian.
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This Beastie Boys track is ... lowbrow.
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