Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.
Great movie. Shirley Maclaine was pretty cute at that age.
When I saw it for the first time, there was some fat bitch behind me who talked incessantly to the guy next to her (he never spoke). I repeatedly asked her to be quiet, which would last a little while, but not long enough. By the end she was SOBBING and braying hoarsely "Ooohh my God, he was never alive! He was neeeeever aliiiiiiive!!!!" I wanted to punch her, but her fat folds would likely have consumed me, and I was afraid.
hahahahahahaha, you should have just bought her a large butter popcorn, that would have shut her up fast i bet.
Nope. She plowed through popcorn, nachos, and whatever -- while talking -- during the entire movie. God, she was a monstrous beast of a woman.
wow, did she eat the seats too?
Watched Don't be Afraid of the Dark....meh. Was okay.
hah, didnt recognize her.
I also enjoy the movie in which J.L. plays a landlord that only rents out his place to young hotties. In that movie, he rents a unit to a college age woman but she invites here bf to stay with her. #drama
I could watch that movie every year and enjoy it every time. soundtrack is catchy. the NPR/APM show "marketplace" plays an excerpt of a song in between segments
Love marketplace and some of the songs they play during the bumps.
my neighbour totoro.
I liked Source Code a lot more than I thought I would. The ads made it look cheesy but I thought it was great.
I agree. The trailers made it look incredibly corny. And I felt it was a different feel to the movie than what the trailers led on. Definitely not as bad as I thought it would be. Started off 12 Monkeys-esque.
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