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Old 09-13-2007, 03:48 PM   #136
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Or maybe you're in West Virginia?

I could be, could be.
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appalachia is great for music and moonshine. everything else people do there scares the shit outta me.
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And they have a good college football team.
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And they have a good college football team.
no whey!
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Did anyone say they were better than other schools in their area of the country???? Just said they were good.
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*dueling banjos*
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Old 09-13-2007, 03:53 PM   #142
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What happened to Trapped In A Closet?
That was like 2 weeks ago, man. ADD is a hell of drug. I do however have the minutes of a call I was on written in Trapped in the Closet style right next to me. Every now and then I look over at the lines,
"Jenny has nothing to say.
Kim has something to say.
Kim always has something to say.
Something about phone stuff. Phone stuff. Phone stuff,"
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I remember watching that shit at work with some coworkers and nobody could stop laughing, so it kept getting worse and worse. I still have mental scars from it. Trapped in a Closet, wtf.
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haha i know. but i did my undergrad when vt was in the Big East, so part of my degree requirements involved not liking wvu. there was this one game though...OMG.


oh...but that's for another forum. oops.
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Anything goes in this forum.
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In case anyone wanted to know Lancemc's movie rating system:

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Since everyone else is:

10 - A Masterpiece
These are films that come around, usually a couple every year, sometimes more sometimes less, that epitomize everything I love about film as an artform and entertainment medium. There is no aspect that falls below par.

9 - Excellent
This catagory ranges from films that are near-masterpieces, or even better in some respect, but have a fatal flaw to films that are just all around excellent in most ways if not masterpiece-level.

8 - Great
These are films that accomplish damn near everything they set out to accomplish, with capable to admirable skills, and provide a rewarding experience.

7 - Good and Enjoyable
Films that might not quite reach levels of greatness, and might not be the most finely tuned works of art. Usually these are films that have great entertainment value and capable craft, or films that have great craft/art and average entertainment value.

6 - Better than Average
Definitely watchable films, and follow similar guidelines as the 7POINT films, but some aspects might fall below acceptable range.

5 - Mediocre
These films range from bad films with incredible entertainment value, to ambitious films that are heavily flawed, to films that are just outright mediocre in every way.

4 - Weak
Maybe some admirable aspects here and there, and it might be worth watching in a Michael Bay sort of way, but these are weak efforts. Typically avoided.

3 - Crappy
This is when films become totally unwatchable. They are crap, and there's very little to like.

2 - Downright Bad
This is the level where I find a lot of films that might be capably made, but are utterly offensive to good taste or good cinema, or just really piss me off for one reason or another (Recent example: Shoot 'Em Up)

1 - Absolutely Painful
I rarely rate films this low, but they certainly exist. If you want to torture some POWs, you show them these.

0 - Less than Worthless
These are films, that for whatever reason, are simply counterproductive to the art or craft of cinema, and make people hate watching movies.

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It's also worth noting that I requently rate films with a (.5) addition to these scores. There is definitely a very distinct differce for me between a film with a (.0) ending and a film with a (.5) ending.
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LOL!

I was going to post my rating system:

= good
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true true. but once i start talking about college football/basketball i don't shut up. also, i have a very biased perspective. so i'm not fun at all. but carry on!
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Thanks! Good to know. I have this feeling that every movie I like falls between 0 and 5. Maybe a 6 here and there. I phale.

Grandma's Boy, PCU, Harold and Kumar? Yeah, those are Top 10 films in my world.
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You're a special person, Beav, with a special view towards the world.
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