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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

the only scary movie i saw at a young age, was terminator 2, i was 9. and it scared the crap out of me. that was it for scary movies for me.
he is a great actor. was awesome in x-men.

Terminator 2 would be scary at age 9, yeah!
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Yea watched it twice in the last month or so...that and hunger. The first movie i recognized him in was inglorious basterds...300 came out before this and didnt even realize he was in it till i saw his imdb...then he was magnito in first class...(magnito is my favorite villain from comics). I have also seen dangerous method and have been meaning to download fish tank, but i got into boardwalk the last month to catch myself up for last sunday...now that thats over i started watching movies again this past week.

Yeah I didn't realise it was him in 300 either until after his break through role in Hunger. I've yet to see Fish Tank, let me know what you thought of it once it's watched smile.gif

Have you seen Eden Lake? An unusual horror and very very disturbing.

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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Watched Thor again these days. Like it a lot. And finally The Avengers. Delivers.
I love all new Marvel movies. They simply satisfy my boyish needs for action with a touch of sci-fi and fantasy. Great! biggrin.gif
And Paul for the 4th time. Simply love that movie. Seth's voice is perfect for Paul too.

Yeah I love Thor, excellent comic movie, as is The Avengers - though I'd have liked more Black Widow and Iron Man banter (close ups of SJ's ass biggrin.gif )
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shame is a good movie. I can't help but feel like it's a reflection of myself. peepwall[1].gif

LOL, a tad scary hoozah. Did you go and jerk off afterwards to cheer yourself up? icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Originally Posted by L.R. View Post

The Good: Android, the beautiful filmography
The Bad: Plot was horrendous, characters were unbelievable, so many large plot gaps in logical thinking (Let's hire idiots!), just so, so, so much crap.
The Ugly: It felt like it could have been amazing. A feeling at times that this would round out the epic, give answers and bring new questions to light, that this was all part of some grand masterpiece,... until you step back and realize it was shit.

Agree with all of the above, however try re-watching it. I enjoyed it much more the second time, as you no longer focus on the crappy aspects and can focus on some of the nicer ideas of the film.
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Why wasn't Wolverine in the Avengers?
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Point Break

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

i am 30. so it was released 3 years before i was even born. also, i really was never a fan of anything scary, but after seeing promethius, i decided to see all the alien movies. i hope 2-4 are better.
neo is trolling you. best to play along, or not bother with it.

Stitch....you are only 30??? hence the hip-ness of some of ur posts!!!
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Originally Posted by L.R. View Post

The Good: Android, the beautiful filmography
The Bad: Plot was horrendous, characters were unbelievable, so many large plot gaps in logical thinking (Let's hire idiots!), just so, so, so much crap.
The Ugly: It felt like it could have been amazing. A feeling at times that this would round out the epic, give answers and bring new questions to light, that this was all part of some grand masterpiece,... until you step back and realize it was shit.

Yes, I liked the cinematography too. I wouldn't go so far as to call it shit but I echo your sentiment about how it could have potentially been so much better. Let's take the squid-section scene, for instance. While on the surface it was tense and suspenseful, it's rather silly when you look back at it. I believe it could have been an amazing scene if filmed differently. It just felt jarring, to be honest.
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I find it very confusing that Hulk/Bruce Banner is always portrayed by a different actor.
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Watching Prometheus now. It's underwhelming.
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Arlngton Road
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First time seeing Suburbia; really enjoyed it.

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Originally Posted by studio253 View Post

Watching Prometheus now. It's underwhelming.


yeah i can't believe i watched it .....
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Originally Posted by whiteslashasian View Post

I saw the 5 minute look into the movie. I'm intrigued.

+1
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Originally Posted by b1os View Post

Watched Thor again these days. Like it a lot. And finally The Avengers. Delivers.
I love all new Marvel movies. They simply satisfy my boyish needs for action with a touch of sci-fi and fantasy. Great! biggrin.gif

great flicks, and i enjoyed them for the exact same reasons.
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Originally Posted by L.R. View Post

The Good: Android, the beautiful filmography
The Bad: Plot was horrendous, characters were unbelievable, so many large plot gaps in logical thinking (Let's hire idiots!), just so, so, so much crap.
The Ugly: It felt like it could have been amazing. A feeling at times that this would round out the epic, give answers and bring new questions to light, that this was all part of some grand masterpiece,... until you step back and realize it was shit.

i found the 2 maintenance guys in the first alien movie to be far more ridiculous than anyone in prometheus. the guys were supposedly top of the line scientists. just morons in street sense. and they did not think they would need that.
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Originally Posted by TheDarkKnight View Post

Terminator 2 would be scary at age 9, yeah!

chea. did not sleep well for weeks. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post

Stitch....you are only 30??? hence the hip-ness of some of ur posts!!!

yessiree!

so u r saying i am hip to the jive? wink.gif
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Originally Posted by ter1413 View Post

Arlngton Road

one of my favorites. brilliant and terrifying.
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You're breaking my heart, Stitch. Just breaking my heart.

 

lefty

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You're breaking my heart, Stitch. Just breaking my heart.

lefty

How so? I mean, I may have exagerated when I said Arlington Rd is one of my faves, but its certainly a great movie.
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In space, no one can hear your heart break.

 

lefty

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Originally Posted by in stitches View Post

How so? I mean, I may have exagerated when I said Arlington Rd is one of my faves, but its certainly a great movie.

Loved TDKR, Check
Hated Alien, Check
Loved Arlington Rd, Check

Never ask stitchy to recommend a movie, Check.
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