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  1. #451
    Quote Originally Posted by Slicker View Post
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    I watched Talledega Nights again.
    Congratulations Slick!!!!

    Good to hear that I'm not the only one that liked Talledega Nights too.

    Quote Originally Posted by Caesar
    That's about 200 times fewer than JimJam and I have seen it.
    Not to mention the countless replays of the soundtrack.
    It's been on my to watch list for years... just never gotten around to it.

    Quote Originally Posted by JMG
    weird; i'm at that point right now too. I'm having my folks UPS seasons 2-5 for now and then later on, the movie--> the end. I caught up on smallville and I almost feel lazy/bad for keeping the X-files DVD's in limbo for several months.
    That is weird. Yea, I've been neglecting the X-Files for a few months now. I want to go ahead and finish it so I can start something new and fresh. I'll probably start watching either Six Feet Under (I own all the seasons but have never seen a single episode. I hope its good)... or The Adventures of Brisco County Jr.(never seen that one either). Gotta love some Bruce Campbell though.
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  2. #452
    Quote Originally Posted by UKWildcat View Post
    I'm ashamed to say that I have never seen this movie... ever.
    I'm not ashamed to say that I'm ashamed that you've yet to watch this wonderfull movie (This Is Spinal Tap).

  3. #453
    Watched Gridiron Gang last night. If the message weren't so forced down your throat for the entire movie, it might have been a decent movie.

    And watched Four Bothers tonight on cable. Not all that great, but better than I expected.
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    Saw Little Miss Sunshine the other day. Funny movie.
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  5. #455
    I watched Crank last night. I thought it was mediocre at best.
    "That's the best deal you're gonna get. I won't tell you you can save yourself, because you can't."

  6. #456
    watched Charlie and the Chocolate Factory again last night, and currently watching American Graffiti.
    Looking for CW 2010 Sidious and TX-20...if anyone can help it would be greatly appreciated. thanks

  7. #457
    Letters from Iwo Jima opened up last night in Green Bay, I'm hoping to see it today!!!

  8. #458
    I watched Waist Deep earlier today. It was surprisingly good.

    Getting ready to watch the Ricky Hatton fight on HBO.
    "That's the best deal you're gonna get. I won't tell you you can save yourself, because you can't."

  9. #459
    Dumb and Dumber Unrated....I prefer the Theatrical cut.

  10. #460
    Snakes on a Plane wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. Sam Jackson walks through his role as an FBI agent escorting a murder witness from Hawaii to California when venomous snakes slither throughout the plane's interior, wreaking havoc on electrical equipment and passengers alike. It wasn't really all that scary or squeamish, but it moved along fast enough to be too tedious.

    If I were an automobile afficianado I probably would have appreciated Cars more. It was cute at times, but still formulaic and typical of the cookie-cutter computer movies that Pixar is cranking out these days. The animation was beautifully done though. The shorts included on the DVD, One Man Band and Mater and Ghost Lights, are worth a look.

    The Notorious Bettie Page wasn’t one of the most spectacular bios I’ve seen lately, but not every celebrity is a famous R&B singer or rockabilly star. In fact, Bettie could neither act nor sing, and was basically a pioneer in fetish and nude modeling. I wasn’t all that familiar with Bettie Page beyond seeing some of her pin-up work from the 40s and 50s so it was interesting to see more of her life. The film ends rather abruptly in the late 1950s after the Senate investigation into pornography and Bettie’s decision to stop modeling. The film is shot alternately in B&W and Technicolor to give it a period feel; so the New York City sequences have a gritty, grainy appearance and the Miami Beach scenes explode in full vivid color.

    Brilliant but slightly maniacal surgeon Bill Cortner perfects a serum that prevents patients from rejecting transplanted tissue in 1962’s The Brain that Wouldn’t Die. This modern Frankenstein has been experimenting on human beings, but only just body parts absconded from the hospital morgue. Unfortunately one of his experiments is reanimated and mutates into a hideous creature that he is forced to keep locked up in his lab at the family estate. Things are looking up for the good doctor though, until his fiancee is decapitated in a car wreck and her body is consumed by fire. The Doc manages to rescue the head and keep it alive and conscious thanks to his serum and an apparatus (that appears again in Tim Burton’s Mars Attacks!). The doctor then hits the streets to find a suitable female to “donate” her body to science so he can make his woman whole again. But his fiancee’s head has other plans; and she uses her newfound psychic abilities to control the creature, rescue the girl, and kill the doctor and end her own horrific existence in the process.

    Wealthy New England teenage warlocks brood, compare six-pack abs, and battle each other in the craptacular Covenant. Bleah.

    In the near future, much of the population is addicted to Substance D, which causes irreparable brain damage in users in the rotoscoped animated film A Scanner Darkly, based on the novel by Phillip K. Dick. The United States is a heavily monitored police state, where every citizen can be tracked via satellite. Keanu Reeves is an undercover agent tasked with investigating who or what is behind D’s manufacture and putting them out of business. But the stresses of the job and temptations of his environment lead Reeves quickly into Substance D addiction, paranoia, and eventual mental collapse. I’m not a big fan of rotoscope animation and listening to Robert Downey Jr’s character’s whacked out monologues was a bit trying at times, but this movie is still worth a look. Scanner also stars Woody Harrelson and Winona Ryder, who actually looks hotter animated than she does in real life.
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