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  1. #3681
    First time I'd seen Watchmen on cable. I'd forgotten how great the film is, even with edited-for-TV scenes and dialogue and commercial breaks. Dr. Man was digitally blurred for much of his seens (uh, I mean scenes).
    CU Later. Contracted Universe? Later. :(

  2. #3682
    Quote Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos View Post
    First time I'd seen Watchmen on cable. I'd forgotten how great the film is, even with edited-for-TV scenes and dialogue and commercial breaks. Dr. Man was digitally blurred for much of his seens (uh, I mean scenes).
    Sorry but I thought that movie was brutal. If you want a free burnt dvd of it I'll be happy to send it to you...presuming I can find it.

  3. #3683
    I realized that I had never seen Batman Returns again, except the one time I did in the theaters. That was a weird film, especially the ending, even for Burton.
    CU Later. Contracted Universe? Later. :(

  4. #3684
    With the lockout still wasting most people's time, the NBA Network has been running basketball movies, and The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh has been on. I remember laughing at it when I first saw it about 15 or so years ago (it's listed under "Comedy" rather than "Sports" anyway), but now it's just odd. I love how the other teams are only referred to by their city (e.g. Los Angeles, Detroit, New York... ) and not even a made-up team name, because there wasn't an NBA licensing for the film.
    CU Later. Contracted Universe? Later. :(

  5. #3685
    Quote Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos View Post
    With the lockout still wasting most people's time, the NBA Network has been running basketball movies, and The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh has been on. I remember laughing at it when I first saw it about 15 or so years ago (it's listed under "Comedy" rather than "Sports" anyway), but now it's just odd. I love how the other teams are only referred to by their city (e.g. Los Angeles, Detroit, New York... ) and not even a made-up team name, because there wasn't an NBA licensing for the film.
    I've seen it in the tv guide thingy, I didn't watch figuring it must be pretty bad. Maybe I'll check it out next time I see its on.

    As for myself... Billy Madison.

  6. #3686
    Corruption. Peter Cushing is a doc in 1970s London who steals a gland from women to help rebuild the skin tissue on his disfigured girlfriend. It's nice to see old Cushing in a contemporary piece.

    Wicked, Wicked. A standard murder mystery set in the Coronado Hotel in California. But what set it apart was the fact the flick was filmed in Duo-Vision: split screen! It wasn't too bad and actually made it pretty enjoyable to watch.

    The Petrified Forest. Anytime I can watch Bogie as a gangster, I do. This was one of his better outings as Duke Mantee.

  7. #3687
    Quarantine: Terminal. DTV sequel to the film from a few years ago. It picks up on the same night as the first one but involves an airplane. It wasn't too bad.

    Drive. Wow, what a flick! It wasn't what I or my friend expected. It had an 80s feel to it.

  8. #3688
    Last night: Les Miserables with Qui-Gon Jinn and Casanova Frankenstein.
    ¡Que la fuerza te acompañe!

  9. #3689
    The other night, with all the stations running Halloween-themed films, I saw the end of The Curse of Frankenstein, with Grand Moff Tarkin chaining up Count Dooku, from 1957. Creepy score music.
    CU Later. Contracted Universe? Later. :(

  10. #3690
    Red
    Smokey and the Bandit
    True Grit (remake)
    Terminator
    Scre4m
    May the force be with you.

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