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    i saw the movie TED with mark walberg.. loved it.. it was funny, sad.. omg, the teddy bear said THAT??? LOL was a fun, racist, stereo type movie
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    Had a mini Sword and Sorcery marathon as I drew over the weekend. "Masters of the Universe", "Conan the Barbarian (1982)", "Conan the Destroyer", and not really S&S, "The Croods".

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    What did I watch yesterday? Not the Super Bowl, but RoboCop and RoboCop 2! I think we'll watch 3 tonight.
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    Watched "12 Years A Salve" at the theater over the weekend. It was a very moving and emotional movie.

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    Lone Survivor.... Awesome film!
    I agree. Very good, emotional film.

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    What did I watch yesterday? Not the Super Bowl, but RoboCop and RoboCop 2! I think we'll watch 3 tonight.
    I did watch the Super Bowl, but it wasn't much of a game. Plan to watch the original RoboCop in the next or so before the new one comes out.
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    Happily ever after:
    the final(I think I remember reading it was somewhere) Filmation movie(dated 1988)It's a sequel to snow white and I rather liked it.
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    Have finally gotten around to watching things I've had on DVD for a while:

    Lego Batman the Movie: I love the opening, a Lego version of the 1989 movie's beginning. Also loved the classic Elfman theme for Batman and the never to be topped Williams music for Supes. Also loving Clancy Brown's return as Luthor; no one captures the character like he does. It's a lot of fun, except WHERE IS THE GREEN LANTERN LEGO FIGURE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hal's in this and he makes an appearance in the Lego movie, so when do we get him?!?!?! Aside from that, I may wind up going to see the Lego movie now, as this was a real romp.

    Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 1&2- never saw the first one, so watched them together. Quirky and pretty funny; the second one actually had a better story and a bit more heart than the first. Not quite up to Dreamworks or Pixar standards, but worth watching.

    Galaxina- an old one. Someone gave me a collection of sci-fi flicks, mostly b and below movies. This one is WAY below. It wasn't clever or funny or satiric or much of anything else. it was just kind of...there. I think Plan B From Outer Space has some competition for the worst film ever made category...

    Got one at a toy show a while back that I can clearly remember the theme to and the last scene, but not much of the rest. "The Last Dinosaur" was, i believe a Toho production for American TV; I recall watching ti when it came on in the 70's. Gotta try to make time for it this weekend...
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    Quote Originally Posted by deltadod View Post
    Happily ever after:
    the final(I think I remember reading it was somewhere) Filmation movie(dated 1988)It's a sequel to snow white and I rather liked it.
    Hey Delta i thought it was OK but i did thought Snow White was kind of hot as Filmation knows how to make lovely chicks in animation and i remembered the ads for it when it was called Snow White in The Land of Doom on TV as i knew about Filmation as it was in early 1990 when the ad came then it came out in 1993 as i saw it on video as i thought it was ok but Snow White was hot and Malcom Mcdowell was quite good as the villain but i still think Pinocchio and The Emperor of the Night is still way better, ever seen that one Delta? It's this dark epic 1987 sequel to Collodi's story and probably Filmation's finest achievement for me in my books and stars James Earl Jones with Don Knotts, Scott Grimes, Ed Asner, Tom Bosley, Rickie Lee Jones and William Windom.

    Did you know Filmation had a plan for theatrical and made for video fairy tale sequels? sounded promising with Pinocchio and the Emperor being the first one then Happily Ever after aka Snow White in The Land of Doom and who knows what else we could have gotten like maybe Jack and The Beanstalk sequel, Red Riding Hood sequel, an adaptation of Alice Through the Looking Glass and so much more. But then they were cancelled once Filmation shut down.

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    Personally they are generally the only movies I actually purchase or go out of my way to watch. I do however love a good martial arts film, a good horror/thriller (no torture porn). Comedies are an interesting situation I prefer to go based on what friends say before I view them since I often find them to focused on poop or sex anymore. Being that I tend to work around teens or people who haven't gotten much past that mentality with comedies I tend to not watch as many as I used to. Also I am a sucker of a good animated film.

    I have a feeling that aside from the comedy situation you will find most will have similar responses. For me entertainment is about stepping outside of what I see every day, that isn't to say I won't watch a well made film coming from the right mouths.
    So you want a horror movie that goes on your fear than your gag reflex? and do you think there are already too many gore fests out there to please the bloodthirsty masses? and your not into stuff like Last House on The Left, I Spit on Your Grave, Maniac, Hellraiser etc.?

    So you looking for a good animation movie? check out Fire and Ice, American Pop, Ninja Scroll and Wicked City.

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    C.H.U.D. on NetFlix instant.
    I did too saw it on Netflix and own it on DVD, great low budget sci-fi horror film i saw on video when i was little and thought it was scary yet fun. Who knew it starred 2 Home Alone actors in it before they were reunited in 1990.

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    I, Frankenstein was actually pretty good, IMHO. Plenty of action, good acting and a decent storyline.
    Meh for me man, give me Hellboy with Nightbreed and Blade 1 & 2 anytime.

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    Torso(Low budget 70s Italian slasher movie) can't really recommend it(It was ok but nothing great)
    Oh i watched that on blu-ray last week, great Italian slasher film and one of my favorite slasher films since teenhood and one of the better Giallo films.
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    Watched RoboCop 3- Lots of fun. Not a great movie by any stretch, but both my wife and I thought this was far better than 2.

    The Purge- I really wanted to see this last summer but somehow missed it. It was quite good. I'd give it a Good and a 1/2 on the rating scale my website uses (think 3.5)

    Phantasm 3: Lord of the Dead- Just plain old crazy, goofy, surreal fun. Not as scary as the orignal, but definitely weirder. Another Good and a 1/2

    Last night my wife and I watched American Psycho. It was actually pretty late so we'll finish it tonight. I've seen it before, probably about 4 or 5 years ago. Entertaining, but weird and disturbing too.
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    Bought and saw "Justice League: War" yesterday. It's the one DC Animated movie that a number of my comics friends warned me about (they saw the early digital release). For the most part, it wasn't terrible, but wasn't a fan on the new Superman attitude, the changes of Wonder Woman's outfit, or the loss of majesty and awe of Darkseid and Apokolips. I also miss Aquaman being missing from the source materal's line-up. Has that summer popcorn movie feel to it. I do like having a disc copy of that Captain Marvel Family episode from "Batman: Brave and the Bold" as an extra. Big Mister Mind and the "Monster Society of Evil" fan.


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    My family and I adored the Lego Movie.
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    Watched the JLA Adventures movie. Wasn't expecting too much going in and was pleasantly surprised. No deep character analysis, but passable development of the main focus of the movie. A solid storyline, well told and paced. A lot of little Easter eggs for older fans like a cameo by Wendy, Marvin and Wonder Dog. Really, the whole movie is a nod to older fans, with the Legion of Doom, Hall of Doom, Hall of Justice all looking very recognizable, just updated a bit.

    It's amazing that, four plus decades after the fact, the Legion Of Doom, something that never appeared in the comics of the time, is still considered something of a hallmark of the DC villains. It always amazed me that the comics didn't do that before the cartoon: gather the top villains together just as they did with the heroes in the JLA.
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    Captain Phillips

    WOW

    that is all I can really say about it.

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    Watched a few over the weekend while I was sick...

    High Anxiety
    The Asphyx
    Lair of the White Worm
    The Keep
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    Wonder Woman (animated). Well about 20 mins of it, man is it BORING really doesn't make me any interested in a live action movie
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    Watched RoboCop in the theater last weekend and loved it.
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    Escape Plan w/ Stallone and Schwarzenegger. I liked it. Obviously not their greatest but not their worst either!
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    Wolf of Wall Street. Too long, and too much like Goodfellas with yuppies instead of gangsters.

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    Saw The Monuments Men with my wife and we liked it. Nice little spotlight on the people that saved so much of our histories.
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    Have seen a few movies since the last time I posted and enjoyed them all:

    • God's Not Dead (in the Theater)
    • Non-Stop (in the Theater)
    • The Lego Movie (in the Theater)
    • Dallas Buyer's Club (redbox)
    • Hours (redbox)
    • Home Run (showtime)
    • Blue Hawaii (showtime)


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    Saw Noah today and very let down by it. Just not what I had expected.
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    Muppets Most Wanted. It was a decent sequel. The recent Muppet films have been much better than what we were subjected to in the late 90's
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOTU_Maniac View Post
    Have seen a few movies since the last time I posted and enjoyed them all:

    • God's Not Dead (in the Theater)
    • Non-Stop (in the Theater)
    • The Lego Movie (in the Theater)
    • Dallas Buyer's Club (redbox)
    • Hours (redbox)
    • Home Run (showtime)
    • Blue Hawaii (showtime)


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    Saw Noah today and very let down by it. Just not what I had expected.
    Yeah, I saw Noah today and I was also let down. Jennifer Connelly and Russell Crowe were great, as were the visuals, but if you're going to make a movie based on the Bible, at least try to remain somewhat biblically accurate.
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    Aliens. Got it on VHS to save a few bucks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vancak View Post
    Yeah, I saw Noah today and I was also let down. Jennifer Connelly and Russell Crowe were great, as were the visuals, but if you're going to make a movie based on the Bible, at least try to remain somewhat biblically accurate.
    Yeah, that's exactly how I feel.
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