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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    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.
     


  2. javyn

    javyn Stylish Dinosaur

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    Alien and Alien 3 were my favorites, haven't seen Prometheus yet.
     


  3. Neo_Version 7

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    I, personally, thought Prometheus was satisfactory despite its many, many faults. The android is definitely the highlight. I know. Shocker.
     
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  4. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    i enjoyed prometheus quite a bit. more so than alien.
     


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    well yea fassbender is great...i had to tell myself it was a waste just to get the digital download...so i am waiting till the physical copy comes out.
     


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    Thank god Neo was trolling - you never can tell though ;)

    30 is plenty old enough to have seen Alien! I'm 36 and saw it for the first time while on holiday in Spain, aged 12. I'd heard so much about it at school from kids who'd got the pirate VHS video... but was not prepared for how scary it was at that age. I remember feeling pretty ill.

    I've then re-visited it every other year since about 18, it's one of my favourite films of all time. I am a big horror and horror/sci fi fan though, I watch tons of horror, so I understand what you're saying bro :)



    Fassbender is excellent. Have you seen Shame? A really excellent performance (if you'll forgive the pun).
     


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    I also liked it, not the best movie out there. But it was quit ok. Now we will wait for part 2...
     


  8. in stitches

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    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.
     


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    Looking forward to Les Miz
     


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


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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.
     


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    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! :D

    And Paul for the 4th time. Simply love that movie. Seth's voice is perfect for Paul too.
     


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    shame is a good movie. I can't help but feel like it's a reflection of myself. :hide:
     


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    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.
     


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