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    OC - thanks for the Korean War recommendations. I haven't seen any films about that war except for MASH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tycho View Post
    OC - thanks for the Korean War recommendations. I haven't seen any films about that war except for MASH.
    Might I suggest The Bridges at Toko-Ri. Good Korean War story and tremendous cast: William Holden, Grace Kelly, Frederic March, Mickey Rooney, and a very young Earl Holliman. It's from the novel by James Michener...can it get any better?

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    I just saw the original Gojira (Godzilla) for the first time. It was a little doofy at points, but overall it was quite good. Many of the effects had a certain simplistic charm about them, and I liked the connection to nuclear annihilation. Now I'm ready for when The Clone Wars rips it off, er, pays homage to it this Friday.
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    "Crazy Heart"- The film has some issues, but With the help of Jeff Bridges, "Crazy Heart" is elevated from mediocre to great as Bridges is the heart and soul of the film, bringing the heartache and struggles of Bad Blake to life. The scenery of the film is fantastic and adds a great element to the film. But it's the great music of the film, with vocals performed by Jeff Bridges and Colin Farrell, that is the true highlight of the film. A really great film about life, love, and redemption. Rating- ***1/2 out of ****

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    I've been on quite the movie watching/buying spree.

    Over the past week or so I've watched:

    Last House on the Left
    Trailer Park Boys: The Movie
    Law Abiding Citizen
    Donnie Darko (Seth Rogens in it. Crazy...)
    Angels and Demons
    Gone in 60 Seconds

    There are several others but I just can't think of 'em right now. I've amassed quite the little movie collection while I've been over here.
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    It finally clicked that I could download the free internet channel on the Wii and watch YouTube. It may not be DVD quality, and it's split into multiple chapter, but I was able to watch the greatest episode of the 1960s television show ever, and share it with the next generation. The episode shares its name with its special guest villain:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. JabbaJohnL View Post
    I just saw Alien 3. I thought it was pretty good, but not quite up to par with the first two. Seeing the alien switch from a guy in a suit to stop-motion to a puppet was odd, as the limbs kept changing sizes. Oh well, pretty good overall.
    Actually, Alien 3 was the first attempt at a fully computer generated alien creature. That was the big story surrounding the film while it was being developed. So that's not stop-motion, it's just really crappy CGI.

    Anyways, I watched The Blind Side yesterday. Pretty good movie considering that I am not a fan of sports movies at all.
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    Last night my wife and I watched Robin Williams "Weapons Of Self Destruction". As always Williams is funny, not as good as "Live on Broadway" but still worth watching.
    May the force be with you.

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    I finally got around to seeing Clash of the Titan (as it said on my movie ticket)... in 2-D! I could tell exactly which parts became 3-D, and just to mess with the people around me, I reached out to "touch" the screen during those times.

    I liked it... loved the Bobo part, and the comic relief scenes were chuckle-worthy. Good action scenes, but most of them were so fast and chop edited at times, I had to guess at what was happening. Also liked the homage to the stop-motion scorpions when the last one died, and its tail had the same movements as the '80s FX would have. Nothing interesting at all about the credits roll, unfortunately.
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    I watched Sherlock Holmes the other day. I had no idea he was such a badass (having never read the novels/short stories). Anyways, I really enjoyed the movie, thought it was fantastic! Very much looking forward to the sequel.
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