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What Was The Last Movie/Anime You Watched? Options
BurningDoom
Posted: Saturday, June 30, 2012 1:46:57 AM

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Not even the prospect of Mila Kunis, whom I adore, could get me to watch that.

Last movie I watched was License to Drive.
Shadowdodger
Posted: Sunday, July 01, 2012 12:03:12 AM

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BurningDoom wrote:


Pretty funny.



Just saw this tonight, too. Holy cow it was funny!

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Shizz
Posted: Monday, July 02, 2012 7:06:25 PM

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Resident Evil

Never got around to watching it. Saw it on Crackle last night. Wasn't too bad. I appreciated the fact that they went zombie without getting to graphic and gross(which is why I stay away from most zombie flix). Still wondering why the main character wasn't named Jill though. I want to see the rest of them now. Though I youtubed the trailer to 2 and it looked pretty lame.
BurningDoom
Posted: Monday, July 02, 2012 7:46:38 PM

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Shizz wrote:
Resident Evil

Never got around to watching it. Saw it on Crackle last night. Wasn't too bad. I appreciated the fact that they went zombie without getting to graphic and gross(which is why I stay away from most zombie flix). Still wondering why the main character wasn't named Jill though. I want to see the rest of them now. Though I youtubed the trailer to 2 and it looked pretty lame.


The first one is good. I enjoyed it quite a bit. But trust me, the rest are cheese-fest garbage. So unless you're into that sort of thing, you're not gonna like them.

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Posted: Monday, July 02, 2012 8:06:46 PM

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BurningDoom wrote:
Shizz wrote:
Resident Evil

Never got around to watching it. Saw it on Crackle last night. Wasn't too bad. I appreciated the fact that they went zombie without getting to graphic and gross(which is why I stay away from most zombie flix). Still wondering why the main character wasn't named Jill though. I want to see the rest of them now. Though I youtubed the trailer to 2 and it looked pretty lame.


The first one is good. I enjoyed it quite a bit. But trust me, the rest are cheese-fest garbage. So unless you're into that sort of thing, you're not gonna like them.


Thanks for the heads up.
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The Amazing Spider-Man!

BurningDoom
Posted: Tuesday, July 03, 2012 7:31:00 PM

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The Amazing Spider-Man!


Good? Bad? Did they butcher the comic?

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Disney's The Black Hole.

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BurningDoom wrote:
junkmonkey wrote:
The Amazing Spider-Man!


Good? Bad? Did they butcher the comic?


I thought it was good. It didn't blow me away like I was hoping, and my friend who also reads comics regularly thought the same. And nothing they changed from the comics really bothered me, except they're really pushing the whole mystery behind Peter's parents thing. Pretty predictable too, but what Spidey movie wouldn't be at this point?

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Went to the drive-in tonight for a double feature:

Amazing Spider-Man
and
Men in Black 3


I thoroughly enjoyed both movies

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Family Guy Star Wars Trilogy - vastly superior to Robot Chicken's effort.

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Bunny and the Bull. I loved how inventive they were the story and the sets! It was a real tear jerker of a movie with a lot of laughs.

The Twin Dragons was a great film! I got to see a different side to Jackie's acting for once and it was so naughty! XD

Also, I re-watched Let's Go To Prison. I love that movie! It's just hilarious and Will Arnett is a scene stealer in the film. <3


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The Amazing Spider-Man. Here's my review:

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BurningDoom
Posted: Saturday, July 07, 2012 10:42:44 AM

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Shadowdodger wrote:
Went to the drive-in tonight for a double feature:

Amazing Spider-Man
and
Men in Black 3


I thoroughly enjoyed both movies


Drive-In and a double-feature, you are one lucky man. That's a thing of the past in the California.

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I finally had some time to catch up on my comic-related dvd viewing. I watched Green Lantern and G.I. Joe for the first time, and I actually enjoyed them both. I'm not sure what that says about me...
Shadowdodger
Posted: Saturday, July 07, 2012 1:03:17 PM

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BurningDoom wrote:
Shadowdodger wrote:
Went to the drive-in tonight for a double feature:

Amazing Spider-Man
and
Men in Black 3


I thoroughly enjoyed both movies


Drive-In and a double-feature, you are one lucky man. That's a thing of the past in the California.



They're a dying breed here too. There are only a couple left that I know of and luckily we live pretty close to one of them. $20 a car load and you can bring your own food and drinks. Not too bad a night out.

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Shadowdodger
Posted: Saturday, July 21, 2012 10:32:57 AM

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Finally saw The Hunger Games last night.

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Yellow Submarine on blu-ray and Copland on netflix.


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Lakeview Terrace on dvd and Friday the 13th Part 2 on Netflix.



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