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srussell0018
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The amount of cock waving in this thread is ridiculous.


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How are those 'roids working out for you, Chris?


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Chris Crossland
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How are those 'roids working out for you, Chris?


Dude, I'm gonna have to stop taking these. I fucking rage at every little thing! I went off on a coworker for asking a question. It was stupid ass hell but I normally wouldn't do that. My supervisors like calm down dude lol.

I told a fat bitch in a scooter at wal-mart to get the fuck out of the way. I don't know if it's a blessing or curse! lol


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LAdazeNYnights
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Full disclosure: I actually did watch it last night. I understand that you liked it, but it just wasn't for me. I completely disagreed with it's assumptions and conclusions, but I suppose that's in my nature. I could see how someone like yourself, all pumped up for the apocalypse and whatnot, might really identify with those same ideas with which I disagreed.

I felt that most of the characters were typecast and couldn't help but be annoyed by how everything about the movie was gratuitous: from the violence, to the rape, to the flexing of abdominal muscles. I understand that the ending was supposed to be super depressing or whatever, but I just found it to be farcical. It's been done before, countless times, and far more effectively.

I award your favorite movie 1.5/5 stars.

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LeopoldStotch
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Registered: Jan 2005
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trailer finally out. Full release June 5.



Safety Not Guaranteed

based on the meme from a couple of years ago http://wiki.ytmnd.com/Safety_Not_Guaranteed

I highly recommend this film. You may be surprised how good it is.


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as for Hunger Games ... I passed on it.

saw 21 Jump Street (7.5/10) and Silent House (5/10). 21 Jump Street was a lot funnier than I expected. I laughed out loud in a couple of scenes. As for Silent House, I only went to see it for Elizabeth Olsen. She's my "it" actress at the moment.


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The Raid

I'm not going to post a trailer, but a clip from the movie.



Saw this the other day. This instantly gets my vote for "Badass Movie of 2012". I don't care about any badass action movies that come out later this year.


your friendly Public Service Announcement. The Raid: Redemption opens this weekend.


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chris1011
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Registered: Feb 2011
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So, I finally saw The Boy in Striped Pajamas, and I thought it was good! I have a few problems re: the actual facts of the plot/characters and the abundance of English accents, but I decided to see through the "faults" and watch the movie without them in mind.

I'm glad I was able to do that.

Anyways, looking forward to The Raid: Redemption. I'm gonna have to bring a change of boxers to the theater.


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Not bad.

OSS 117



Who knew the French were this funny?

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zGoogleman
tranceaddict in training



Registered: Nov 2010
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North Face



I find most German films boring. This was not one of them.

A Very Long Engagement



Good film.

Before I forget



Scary. Don't watch.

Calvaire



Not bad.

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zGoogleman
tranceaddict in training



Registered: Nov 2010
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Stranger Than Paradise



Good film.

There be dragons



A bit too long and boring.

Twelve



pfff

Trucker



Not bad.

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LAdazeNYnights
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Registered: Nov 2009
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http://www.criterion.com/films/28373-kindergarten-cop

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Though it’s distinguished by pulse-pounding suspense, a Crayola-bright palette by cinematographer Michael Chapman (Taxi Driver), and trenchant observations about education in the Bush I era, the film’s emotional center is Schwarzenegger’s gruff yet good-tempered interaction with a class full of precocious scamps, including a tumor-forewarning death-obsessive and a genitalia expert. By leavening a children’s film with enough violence to please even the most cold-hearted bastard, director Ivan Reitman shows that he refuses to color inside the lines.


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