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Old 02-12-2011, 09:06 PM   #9431 (permalink)
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Pink Floyd - Pulse



Words cannot describe the experience that was today, watching this DVD with the blinds covered, surround system, and a body full of THC. That might have been the best two hours I ever spent, and it will probably be the closest thing that I will experience to a Pink Floyd concert. So many things to see, the lights, the laser, the movie playing in the background, the guitar work, the keyboard work, the vocals, the drum playing, this has to be one of the most underrated performances ever, and to me, it is the best possible experience that one could experience. I envy the people that were there, I would give 25 years of my life for a chance to experience this groundbreaking performances. It was ****ing amazing, and if you haven't seen this, watch it with the best possible home theater you can make. (Optional, but this was made to be watched stoned.)

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Old 02-12-2011, 11:44 PM   #9432 (permalink)
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^ thankyou, i don't get why that movie is a cult classic
it's a cult classic just because YOU don't like it. cult classics don't need some artistic reasoning behind them.



I loved Harry Brown so much. I can't believe it flew under my radar for this long. I don't think I will ever get tired of the whole "old man being a badass" genre that has been coming out as of late.



I don't get all the hate that this movie gets. It was funny for what it was. I don't even feel like Scott was a scene stealer like some reviews claim. I just found him childish and annoying. Being even more childish than Tracy but not being as funny idk, I just didn't like him in this movie. I love how the movie was paying tribute to buddy cop comedies from the 80s. The soundtrack helped with that feeling as well.
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Old 02-13-2011, 01:20 AM   #9433 (permalink)
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Just watched The Gridiron Gang on TV last night.

The Rock is a pretty good dramatic actor.

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Old 02-13-2011, 01:23 AM   #9434 (permalink)
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Just watched The Gridiron Gang on TV last night.

The Rock is a pretty good dramatic actor.

why wouldn't he be? he's been acting all of his life. Starting from WWF.
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Old 02-13-2011, 01:25 AM   #9435 (permalink)
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^^ ha ha ha

I means he sucks as an action star and a comedian
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^^ ha ha ha

I means he sucks as an action star and a comedian
no way! his action star stuff is pretty great imo. the comedian side is a bit meh sometimes he's on but most of the time he's off.
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Old 02-13-2011, 02:05 AM   #9437 (permalink)
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seriously loved this. really really dark and captivating, definitely not a film to watch to cheer you up. I'd give it a firm 8/10
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Pink Floyd - Pulse



Words cannot describe the experience that was today, watching this DVD with the blinds covered, surround system, and a body full of THC. That might have been the best two hours I ever spent, and it will probably be the closest thing that I will experience to a Pink Floyd concert. So many things to see, the lights, the laser, the movie playing in the background, the guitar work, the keyboard work, the vocals, the drum playing, this has to be one of the most underrated performances ever, and to me, it is the best possible experience that one could experience. I envy the people that were there, I would give 25 years of my life for a chance to experience this groundbreaking performances. It was ****ing amazing, and if you haven't seen this, watch it with the best possible home theater you can make. (Optional, but this was made to be watched stoned.)

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loved that one as well - but I wasn't stoned
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Old 02-13-2011, 04:31 AM   #9439 (permalink)
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I agree that Pink Floyd's Pulse is brilliant!

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One of the worst movies I've chosen to watch in years
I liked it a lot when I watched it years ago. I don't care much for it's promotion of vigilante morals though.
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Old 02-13-2011, 06:17 AM   #9440 (permalink)
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I'm officially a big girl's blouse, loved it.
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