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Old 08-04-2008, 12:27 AM   #631
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I assume you love HIMYM as well.
I was late to the party, only having seen the first season on DVD last year. I need to catch up eventually. But yeah, it's good stuff.

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Old 08-04-2008, 01:05 AM   #632
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WHERE DID YOU FIND THIS!

^Best part in the whole movie right there, first only to, "OH MY GOD...it has watermarks" and "I have to return some video tapes"


HAHAHAHAHAHA

Gets me everytime

I don't think Catwomen should be in the next movie, I mean...I don't think its a role that could be performed without looking alittle chessey. I think they should bring in a real deep cut villian, know what I mean...someone with less exposure then say, The Riddler or Penguin.
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Old 08-04-2008, 01:19 AM   #633
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I loved it. 10/10

Heath's performance is truly amazing.


On a side note, I kept on looking at several families with little kids with them; about 4 couples had 3 to 4 year olds with them.

What the fuck is wrong with these people?
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Old 08-04-2008, 01:24 AM   #634
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Besides all the menace, we're all agreed on that point, (and holy shit there was a lot of menace) the volume of the movie can't be good for kids. Can sitting in a theater for all that time really be good for a child's hearing??
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Old 08-04-2008, 01:25 AM   #635
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Besides all the menace, we're all agreed on that point, (and holy shit there was a lot of menace) the volume of the movie can't be good for kids. Can sitting in a theater for all that time really be good for a child's hearing??
Not at all, especially if it's at an IMAX theater. I can barely do something that loud myself.
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Well, I was more worried about the violence and the Harvey Dent scene at the hospital.....dammit, people piss me off.
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Old 08-04-2008, 01:31 AM   #637
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My parents went to see Terminator 2 and took me as a baby, but had to dodge when I pulled the normal "baby at the theater" routine. It's gotta suck being a parent with young kids and having a love for movies... but there's an age where you've gotta leave them to a babysitter for a movie like that.

If I saw Ledger's Joker at that age, I'd be shitting my pants nightly. Hell, even Nicholson's Joker gave me the creeps as a kid.
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Old 08-04-2008, 01:40 AM   #638
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My parents went to see Terminator 2 and took me as a baby, but had to dodge when I pulled the normal "baby at the theater" routine. It's gotta suck being a parent with young kids and having a love for movies... but there's an age where you've gotta leave them to a babysitter for a movie like that.
Christ, I was out of high school already when that came out.
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Old 08-04-2008, 01:42 AM   #639
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Christ, I was out of high school already when that came out.
Partying with your Bryan Adams cassettes in your cool Geo, am I right?
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My dad had the Geo. I was driving a black Firebird at the time, thank you.

And I've always hated Bryan Adams.
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Well that's cool. Bryan Adams should be hated by everyone, but alas, he is not.
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It's those damned Canadians. They can't see through their patriotism to his true level of suckness.
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It's those damned Canadians. They can't see through their patriotism to his true level of suckness.
This is an odd post for you, wording-wise. The sentiment is just fine........but......it's just a straight up negative comment, with no real Laz flair/twist added. It almost reads like someone else wrote it.
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I loved it. 10/10

Heath's performance is truly amazing.


On a side note, I kept on looking at several families with little kids with them; about 4 couples had 3 to 4 year olds with them.

What the fuck is wrong with these people?

EXACTLY! WTF people.. I went to a 10pm saturday nite show of this and what did I have behind me? A family with a newborn baby and a 3-4yr old boy! And there were other kids in the theater too.. C'mon you all, firstly why is ur kid up so late and secondly why are they viewing this movie.. If you can't get a friggin babysitter... STAY THE F**K HOME! AND wait for the DVD!
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