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    At the insistence of a friend, I saw Freddy Got Fingered yesterday. It was damn hilarious! Not a very well-made film, but extremely funny in a ridiculously over the top way. One of the funniest things was the fact that a studio actually greenlighted this.
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    Just finished watching "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past"...good fun, worth the watch.
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    I finally watched Transformers 2. Some one, please make the nightmare stop. It couldn't go in the envelope back to Netflix fast enough.
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    [FONT=Courier New]- Ghost Hunters.[/FONT]
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbarnard View Post
    I finally watched Transformers 2. Some one, please make the nightmare stop. It couldn't go in the envelope back to Netflix fast enough.
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  6. #2586
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    Where the Wild Things Are - Fantastic! Totally not for kids under 10 or so.
    I saw this the other day and I was pretty impressed with it. It's not really a kids movie, but it's still pretty amazing to watch. I'm a little lost as to exactly what the point of the story was, but I'll most likely watch it a couple more times on DVD.
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    Crank and Crank 2: High Voltage.

    I saw Crank for the first time last week and thought it was pretty cool. At a friend's house today, we watched Crank 2. I had to check the brain and just enjoy it. Not believable in the least bit but a lot of fun.

  8. #2588
    Continuing my movie-a-day vacation, I watched Beavis & Butt-head Do America last night and Eurotrip tonight.

    Quote Originally Posted by bigbarada View Post
    I saw this the other day and I was pretty impressed with it. It's not really a kids movie, but it's still pretty amazing to watch. I'm a little lost as to exactly what the point of the story was, but I'll most likely watch it a couple more times on DVD.
    I think the point was for Max to have the realization about himself through the Wild Things (which, if I'm not mistaken, each Wild Thing represented a different facet of Max's personality).
    Plus, considering the book was like 10 lines long, I'd say they did a darn good job of crafting a story.
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  9. #2589
    Recently, I've watched a few more public domain films online, including The Last Man On Earth, starring Vincent Price and based on the same novel that was adapted into 2007's I Am Legend (which I haven't seen). It was pretty good, if a little cheesy and hokey. In my production class, I'm working on a movie with a similar premise, so I wanted to at least see it to get some ideas (to rip off ).

    I also saw Fritz Lang's M, since I'm doing the Hans monologue for acting class. It was damn good. I'd like to see a better copy at some point, since it was quite amazing all around. Peter Lorre is extremely creepy here.
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    Drag me to Hell. Pretty good flick. Loved the comedy behind it all. Best new horror movie in years
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