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Wednesday, January 01, 2014 10:13:30 PM
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Watched 2 movies tonight...After Earth and just finished Insidious Chapter 2.
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2 movies back to back....

Men with Honor and Kindergarten Cop
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Elysium

Well-made and some cool looking stuff in it. But the story was a little boring.
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Tucker & Dale vs Evil
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I'm quite late on watching this one. But it was the misleading artwork on the cover. I always thought this was a kiddied-down version of the Avengers, like that awful Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon. While this is perfectly fine for children to watch, there's plenty here for comic fans to love. I really liked this one.

It's set in a dystopian future where Ultron rules the Earth and the Avengers and other super-heroes have been killed off. Only some of the Avengers' children have survived with an aging Tony Stark to watch over and hide them from Ultron. But they are eventually discovered after a returning, and damaged Vision arrives to their hideaway. Tony Stark dons the Iron Man armor one last time to defend them all, only to be captured. The children of the Avengers must follow in their parents' footseteps in order to rescue Tony Stark and take-down Ultron. New and old faces show up along the way. Nicely wrapped up with a rampaging Hulk.

Watch this one if you like animated comic features at all.
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014 11:18:24 PM
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I'm quite late on watching this one. But it was the misleading artwork on the cover. I always thought this was a kiddied-down version of the Avengers, like that awful Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon. While this is perfectly fine for children to watch, there's plenty here for comic fans to love. I really liked this one.

It's set in a dystopian future where Ultron rules the Earth and the Avengers and other super-heroes have been killed off. Only some of the Avengers' children have survived with an aging Tony Stark to watch over and hide them from Ultron. But they are eventually discovered after a returning, and damaged Vision arrives to their hideaway. Tony Stark dons the Iron Man armor one last time to defend them all, only to be captured. The children of the Avengers must follow in their parents' footseteps in order to rescue Tony Stark and take-down Ultron. New and old faces show up along the way. Nicely wrapped up with a rampaging Hulk.

Watch this one if you like animated comic features at all.


My son asks to watch this one more than any of the others. It is quite good, so I don't mind at all.
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Wednesday, February 19, 2014 6:18:11 PM
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I've been stuck in bed with my back out since Monday afternoon. So I've been watching moves to pass the time between drug induced naps.

This Island Earth

Rocketship XM

The Day The Earth Stood Still (The good one from the 50s)

Planet Of The Apes (2001) This is the first time I watched this one all the way through. I don't think it's as awful as most make it out to be. The ending leaves you scratching your head though.

One Million Years BC. Raquel Welch in an animal skin bikini. Yaaaaa.

2001: A Space Odyssey. I watch this one every few years and every time I like it a little better. But still don't see why people go ape crap over it. I skip the ending because it drives me nuts.

The Fugitive. Tommy Lee Jones makes this one for me.

The 13th Warrior. Love this underrated movie.

First Men In The Moon.

And several Twilight Zone and Outer Limits episodes. Oh and some episodes of Superman The Animated Series.

Like I said stuck in bed.



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Finally saw Disney's Planes last weekend.

It was only OK. I mean, it looked nice. The animation was tight and polished in typical Disney fashion. But the story was really generic - even for a kids movie. It felt like the writers just phoned it in.
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I really liked this. It was a nice combination of the first two films. The first half being action-packed with Riddick facing off against the mercs. And the second half having Riddick and the mercs having to survive together against the creatures and betrayal. And Riddick was a bad-ass, as usual.

I don't know what everyone's beef was with the budget, either. Everything looked great, to me. I know it was filmed on a lower budget, but I had no complaints at all. Yeah, we didn't see the huge battleships and such that we saw in Chronicles of Riddick, but what we did see (creatures, merc ships, future-tech, etc.) all looked great.

I also really liked Chronicles of Riddick (a LOT). So I'm the opposite of most fans that preferred Pitch Black over Chronicles of Riddick (although I still like Pitch Black), so I don't know if that made a difference in my opinion of the film.
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I watched The Warriors today, CLASSIC!
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Thanks for posting this! I didn't even realize there was another one out.
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I watched the Fright Night remake.

Great vampire movie (no sparkling men here). It completely respected the source material, yet felt like a modern update. Nothing story-wise or major was changed. Just had better special effects, set currently rather than in the 80s, updated the styles and dialogue to match 2011, and the T.V. "vampire hunter" character was changed a bit.

I loved the original, and I'm looking to buy this version now, too. Great, fun little ride for horror fans, and it's tame enough to watch with the kiddies even (not saying it won't scare some of the more timid ones; but nothing that will scar them for life, no sex, no nudity).
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Pretty damn good. If you like DC Animated movies, don't miss this one. It's basically a new telling of the origin of the Justice League, but modernized for the "New 52" versions of the characters. The heroes must meet for the first time, and band together against an invasion of Earth from Darkseid and the rest of Apokolips. Lots of action, good animation, and good voice-acting. And Cyborg was really cool in this.

My only real complaint is the portrayal of Hal Jordan. He came off more as the obnoxious Guy Gardner, than he did Hal Jordan (which is obviously who he was supposed to be).

BTW, was that little girl at Billy Batson's orphan home supposed to be Mary Marvel? The boy with her sure as heck looked like Freddy Freeman.
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Horrible Bosses on Amazon Prime streaming.

Quite funny I thought, and well worth it to hear Jennifer Aniston talking filthy all the way through it. Ooh
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I just finished watching this. It was FREAKING AWESOME! I loved it!

Lots of action, no kiddying down of the violence, or language. And it takes a great, no-nonsense approach to it all that I Ioved. It's not trying to be trendy, funny, or cool; it's just here to give you a balls-to-the-wall punch to the face, and it delivers! But he never does don the black skull costume.

I'll definitely be looking to add this one to my collection.
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Sunday, April 13, 2014 9:52:29 PM
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Looper.
two hours of mindf@ck... It was pretty OK, but didn't live up the hype.
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