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BurningDoom
Saturday, July 28, 2012 1:19:47 PM
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Terrible. Just awful. Who greenlit this piece of crap and did that person even see the masterpieces that were the first 3 Alien movies? And you know what's funny? Guess who wrote it? Joss Whedon. He obviously had some growing (so to speak) to do, still.

And the creature that's suppose to wow us all, just looks laughable, not terrifying:

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Saturday, July 28, 2012 10:35:46 PM
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Better than I was expecting. Very atmospheric, high-production values, good special effects, a good cast, and action-packed throughout. Nothing unique or groundbreaking, but a fun action movie. And it was respectful to the source material.
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Captain America: The First Avenger on Netflix.


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The New Guy. Only redeeming feature was the scene where Dushku was trying on lots of bikinis. And the bull-riding while wearing a bandana as a shirt.
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Great anime from the 90s. Violent, yet engaging, how all the great anime of the 80s and 90s is. I wish they still made them like this. This has inspired an anime phase for me. I'm gonna re-watch Record of Lodoss War after this, and The Guyver after that.
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The new Conan the Barbarian on netflix. Have to say I liked it. Good old fashioned rip-roaring adventure with the aid of some state of the art CGI.
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icarus201 wrote:
The new Conan the Barbarian on netflix. Have to say I liked it. Good old fashioned rip-roaring adventure with the aid of some state of the art CGI.


Yep, great action movie.
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Wednesday, August 01, 2012 7:35:05 PM
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Ghost Rider : Spirit of Vengeance.
Oh what a horrible turd of a movie.I want that hour and a half of my life back so bad.Websters Dictionary does not have enough negative words to describe this movie.
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Sunday, August 12, 2012 7:35:09 PM
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Finally got around to watching "Ted" today at the matinee.
Pretty funny! If your a fan of Family Guy, you will definitely like it.
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Stargate. I saw it years ago when it was new. I liked it, but not as much as I did this time. After seeing the T.V. show, there's more meaning behind a lot of it, which made it that more entertaining.
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Yep. Mel Gibson in a corrupt Mexican prison. Cool.

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Still awesome! Now I have to watch Conan: The Destroyer, followed by the Kull the Conqueror (the script was originally supposed to be for Conan: The Conqueror).
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Killers. THe ending was a bit abrupt and inconclusive...
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Battleship...I didn't hate it, but I didn't particularly like it either. Definitely not collection worthy. It looked pretty slick though.
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Saturday, September 01, 2012 6:28:55 PM
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ukblueky wrote:
Ghost Rider : Spirit of Vengeance.
Oh what a horrible turd of a movie.I want that hour and a half of my life back so bad.Websters Dictionary does not have enough negative words to describe this movie.


Agreed
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Watched the Lorax today with my kids...if u have kids, it's totally bearable...actually kind of like it.
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Went to see ParaNorman (3-D) with the fam today. It was really quite good.
The 3-D wasn't really necessary but the time worked for us. I would have liked it just as much if we had gone to a 2-D show.
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Amazing Spider-Man



Pretty good. I enjoyed it. Well acted, good fight scenes, good special effects. The Lizard scenes especially were well done.

I still didn't feel it was better than the Tobey McGuire films, though. And while I understand the desire to update the origin for a modern audience, I don't feel the updates were really all that necessary or changed the feel of it enough to warrant it. Nonetheless, it was a small complaint and wasn't a big enough deal to ruin the film or anything.

And the whole thing was well set-up for the epic Green Goblin/Death of Gwen Stacy story which it seems is going to be in the sequel story, if it merits a sequel.
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Sunday, September 09, 2012 8:14:31 PM
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Just got around to seeing Battleship. Pretty lame, not that I was expecting much. Cool action, funny Hasbro game tie-in, lousy acting/story. Glad I only spent $1 to rent.
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