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R.I.P.D.

I thought it was a fun little popcorn flick; a supernatural buddy-cop movie. Nothing new in terms of story and the SFX were too obvious at times, but nonetheless I enjoyed it. And on a side note, some (if not all) of it was filmed here in MA.
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Tuesday, November 26, 2013 12:21:22 AM
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Red Dawn (2012)

Remake of an 80's classic. Just swap out the Russians for North Korea and everything else is pretty much the same (as I remember it). This movie sat in distribution limbo for a while before finally seeing it's way to the silver screen in 2012. While not a particularly good movie, (cliche story, predictable plot) the casting was good and the acting was pretty solid.
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The Conjuring
It was worth the Red Box rental fee.
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Lincoln - 5/5 stars
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Lincoln - 5/5 stars

That's my movie! Laughing

I was an extra for that film but I think all of the footage of me ended up on the cutting room floor.

I was "Working Man #19"



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I hope everyone watches it so it can be renewed for a second season and I can get more work! Pray
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Sunday, December 01, 2013 11:04:23 PM
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Took the wife and kids to see Frozen (3D) today before I came to work.
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I watched Light Years (a.k.a Gandahar) last night. Very cool 80s "adult" animated movie in the same vein as Heavy Metal or Starchaser. This one was done by Isaac Asimov (yeah, the famous one), and stars Glenn Close as a voice-actor.

Some stiff animation, and maybe a little flat on the voice-acting. But if you can look past that, it's a VERY cool sci-fi story with some very imaginative animation. Also, there are a lot of blue titties everywere, so once you get past that shallow surface, you'll find a deeper a story, I promise.

A society that has lived in peace and paradise is suddenly invaded by "men of metal". They systematically and without a sign of emotion or remorse begin killing people.



A race that has long forgotten war sends out one warrior to find out why, and where these men of metal are coming from; his name is Silvain.

What he finds is strange a race of deformed people that have been outcast by his society, the very same society that experimented on them and made them this way; and as a result also have strange precognitive powers. They give him a riddle: "
"A thousand years ago, Gandahar will be saved, and what can't be avoided will be." ."



They then take him to meet the supposed leader of men of metal, who also turn out to be an outcast of his societies scientific experiments in the past. A very strange being known as "Metamorphis."



And finds a portal. I don't want to give away too much here, because it's one of those movies where everything clicks into place at the end.

Very cool movie. I recommend anyone that's into that "adult" 80s animation style, to definetly check this one out.

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Monsters University. It was pretty OK, but not as good as Monsters Inc.
I wouldn't call it a cash-grab, but it certainly didn't seem to have as much heart.
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Watched The Mortal Instruments - City of Bones last night. Pretty good. Could have been better.
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Rollerball.
LL Cool J's "acting" was "exceptional"....

wow, bad writing and worse acting.
At least Rebecca Romijn was nekked several times.
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Xylob wrote:
Rollerball.
LL Cool J's "acting" was "exceptional"....

wow, bad writing and worse acting.
At least Rebecca Romijn was nekked several times.

Sometimes you have to make those sacrifices, bad movie but a chance to ogle some ta-ta's. Lose-Win situation. Rolling on the Floor
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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, followed by
The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug

I'm ready for the next one NOW, please...
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Anchorman 2

I wished I hadn't spent the money on it, afterwards. Doesn't even come close to touching the first movie. They were just trying way too hard. Everything came off over-the-top, and yes, I realize that's how the first film was. But this time, it was just too much all the time.
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Iron Man: The Rise of Technovore



Pretty good little animated movie. Lots of action, great animation, and a good (albeit not great) comic book story. It's really the action sequences, more than anything that stands out here. And the artwork has just a bit of a Japanese Anime flavor to it, but completely has that smooth American animation with lots of movement unlike most Japanese anime. And the artwork is stunning for an animated movie.

I definitely recommend it to this bunch of comic fans.
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Xylob wrote:
Rollerball.
LL Cool J's "acting" was "exceptional"....

wow, bad writing and worse acting.
At least Rebecca Romijn was nekked several times.

I must've missed those parts. That is one of the few films I've struggled to watch til the end. Might give it another crack now. Tongue

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