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Old 05-13-2012, 12:27 AM   #11641 (permalink)
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Yeah so this movie was pretty great. A lot films I see from Gus tends to stick in my head for quiet some time.


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Well this has to be one of the most awkward films I've ever seen. That being said it was kinda good. The whole plot of the film is actually pretty hysterical despite the dark undertones. Killer soundtrack.
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Old 05-13-2012, 12:47 AM   #11642 (permalink)
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ok let me explain something.....i've been watching Dark Shadows since i was 12....and for a few years there it was the only time that my step father and i did not claw at each others throats....and to this day he and i get together and do marathons of the wonderful 60s soap opera....so when i first saw in Entertainment Weekly that Tim Burton was doing a rehash of the show i was very excited....then i saw the first preview....i could not believe that two people who claim to love the original gothic soap opera would turn it into a stupid comedy....and i vowed to NEVER see it (i mean you saw what they did to The Prisoner right?!)

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for mothers day i took my mom and my two sisters out for lunch and a movie....explaining that they would have to agree on a film that they wanted to see....out of spite they choose Dark Shadows....so here i am.....determined to NEVER see this horrible film....and now paying for four tickets!

i suppose i need to remember that the trailer does not necessarily tell you exactly what the film will be like

it was awesome.....great (over) acting on all parts....especially the lovely Eva Green....and really had the exact over the top soap opera feel as the original Tv show......it had everything the original show had....creepy enterprising vampire, ghosts everywhere, werewolves....tons of subtle through outs to the original series...an over the top dramatic story and the cheese.....oh my did it ooze with cheese

when Jonathan Frid (the original Barnabas Collins) died a few weeks ago i had joked that he probably saw the trailer for the new film and his body just gave up....i can now say that i really hope he had a chance to view this as i am sure he would have loved it
I "watched" this last night. Don't remember much of it though cause I was getting a bj for most of it.
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:09 AM   #11643 (permalink)
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I "watched" this last night. Don't remember much of it though cause I was getting a bj for most of it.
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I'm too lazy to find posters for them but I've see a couple recently.

DiG! - Documentary on The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Anton is such a prick. Great film though.

Play Misty For Me - I wanted to stomp Jessica Walter's character the entire time. I didn't understand why it took so long for a solution to actually be made. I think Clint likes vaginas too much.

The Untouchables. Wonderful film that surprised the hell out of me with some great acting from Mr. Connery.
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:36 AM   #11644 (permalink)
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the last film I saw was called Just Go With It, was a really funny comedy with Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler. Typical romantic comedy but still very funny. I also saw Avengers recently, was quite disappointed to be honest. Everyone said it was amazing so I had really high expectations, but thought it could have been better.
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Old 05-13-2012, 09:54 AM   #11645 (permalink)
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So what you're saying was that I should go rent Just Go With It instead of seeing the Avengers?

On it.
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:09 AM   #11646 (permalink)
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I saw The Avengers at the cinema. Very good. I don't go to the cinema often enough cause it was a great experience.
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:38 AM   #11647 (permalink)
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Saw Ocean's Twelve for like the tenth time today.
Is that movie like 20 minutes long or something?
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Old 05-13-2012, 01:37 PM   #11648 (permalink)
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The real power came once they set aside their differences and used teamwork!
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Old 05-13-2012, 04:50 PM   #11649 (permalink)
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Yeah, who saw that one coming? Can't beat a clichè I guess.

I just saw The Fighter ..



Good movie, more family drama than boxing movie, but quite convincing and engaging. I'm not a huge Mark Wahlberg fan, but he was okay in this. Christian Bale did yet another amazing transformation as an actor into Dicky, a bit of an ******* ex-boxer who got close to the stars and then ended up as a crack addict. I think he's a great actor, but it's interesting how he almost always play characters I don't really like that much.

Recommended to all who like a good drama now and then.
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The real power came once they set aside their differences and used teamwork!
that was only thx to Cap's leadership abilities
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