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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. NewYorkBuck

    NewYorkBuck Senior member

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    These are great movies, if you are a 9 year old boy.......
     
  2. Numbernine

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    Being a 9 yr old boy in a movie theater again for 2 hours is one of the great pleasures of life
     
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  3. lefty

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    Being a 16-year-old boy is even better.

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  4. Numbernine

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    Nah ! That kinda fun carries a heavy price Women have been very very good to me but the expression "old ball and chain "'is rooted in experience
     
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    Platoon, wasn't bad but I definitely think it is one of the more overrated war movies. Only remembered one of the characters' names.
     
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    Damn right.
     
  7. Numbernine

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    As a veteran of that lovely little piece of American history I found Apocalypse Now best captured the surreal weirdness of the whole thing . I liked Full Metal Jacket but though I was there at the time The Battle for Hue was a thing unto itself and an experience I am thankful not to have been involved in
     
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    dont know if id go that far. i liked it a lot, but was expecting more for all the credit it gets. could be a time lapse thing.


    OTT, that scene in leftys pics is always a winner.
     
  9. Kai

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    Saw The Lone Ranger.

    Waste of money.
     
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    Speaking about Vietnam war relating movies, I think that all 3 aforementioned titles are great, Full Metal Jacket being my personal favourite. Deer Hunter is another masterpiece.
     
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    Ahoy maties..arrrrgh..I am starting an 'on the water' film fest.
    Wave One

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    Warning- The first 5 minutes are gory beyond belief. The rest is just a good ol' ghost story.


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    Jackie Bisset in The Deep. I shot her a few years ago and she still looks great.

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  14. edinatlanta

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    Did she press charges?
     
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    No, my buttons.

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    Been really enjoying Orange is the New Black on Netflix.
     
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    was wondering about that. maybe ill have a look see. thanks, pB.
     
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    Saw Pacific Rim last nite super sappy standard plot but the cgi and del toros' monsters made it tons of fun . Godzilla 2013 Other references abound. Must see in theater though.
    Re-watching Breaking Bad cause why the fuck not .
     
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    Before Sunset. Wonderful performances and a realistic sequel to the previous.
     
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    Have you had your testosterone checked lately?
     

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