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    Quote Originally Posted by Heeeere's Olesker! View Post
    Hey, He-Dad, check out the product description for the McRib and tell me you still feel the same way. Not a fan of tripe and heart.

    http://www.he-man.org/forums/boards/...2Fwiki%2FMcRib

    And Dr. Kain, your alluding to "quick and easy" makes me think about the Guillotine.
    I maintain my previous statement......and my Grandma's stuffing has scarier ingredients including heart, gizzards, and livers to name a few but is still delicious! Fine dining at it's best!

    On a side note, I'ld like to add Craigslist Joe to my list of best movies....was very entertained.

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    Hey, He-Dad, check out the product description for the McRib and tell me you still feel the same way. Not a fan of tripe and heart.
    Yep. Still something I, as well as millions of others will continue to eat!

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    I get that. And look, I'm a former Chicago guy and my Kim is a former Nebraska gal, so we don't eat anything that didn't have parents. I suppose it's subjective to a degree. But tripe...?! Jeez. My last post on this matter as I'm going waaaaay off-thread. But I can't resist. As my mother would have said, "Gross!" http://www.he-man.org/forums/boards/...2Fwiki%2FTripe Mmmmmmm... McRib!

    Quote Originally Posted by MOTU_Maniac View Post
    I love the McRib, but don't want to know what it is made of. I learned long ago to NEVER question the food you eat or you won't eat anything that you don't personally grow in your own garden. lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfsfang View Post
    Dark Shadows, Revenge of the Fallen, Dark of the Moon and Rise of Cobra were all far superior to TDKR
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Kain View Post
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    I'd have to go with Marvel's The Avengers as the best one, with The Dark Knight Rises & The Amazing Spider-Man tied for second.
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    End of every year I like to compile a list of my favorite films and ones I'd recommend plus I like to read everyone else's picks as well.

    One of those rare years where I could make a top ten I feel good about, usually I make a top 5. Really confident in my top two. Loved Zero Dark Thirty, extremely well put together and acted. The Dark Knight Rises people can pick apart to death, but I loved the story telling, Bane's voice and eye acting, Catwoman, Alfred, Gordon, Blake, Batman's goodbye, all of it. The rest are interchangeable.

    Top 10

    1. Zero Dark Thirty
    2. The Dark Knight Rises
    3. Life of Pi
    4. Django Unchained
    5. Argo
    6. The Silver Linings Playbook
    7. The Cabin In The Woods
    8. Dredd (best action movie of the year)
    9. The Avengers (most quotable movie of the year)
    10. Skyfall

    Recommendations

    Contraband
    Haywire (only if you love Gina Carano)
    Underworld: Awakening (best of the series)
    The Grey
    Chronicle (surprisingly good superhero film using found footage)
    Project X (Chronicle meets Risky business on steroids and ecstasy)
    Safe House
    Gone (surprisingly good)
    John Carter
    21 Jump Street (made me a Channing Tatum fan)
    ATM
    Lockout
    Safe (one of the better Statham movies)
    The Dictator
    Men in Black 3
    Mansome
    Prometheus
    Safety Not Guaranteed
    Ted
    People Like Us
    The Amazing Spiderman
    The Bourne Legacy
    Premium Rush
    Resident Evil: Retribution (if you liked all the others)
    End of Watch
    Looper
    V/H/S
    Flight
    The Bay
    Hitchcock
    Killing Them Softly
    The Collection (2nd best horror movie of the year)
    The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (wanted to love it, but it's no LOTR)
    Jack Reacher

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    If I had to choose one, it'd be:

    1. Dredd

    If I can add few more, they'd be:

    2. Dark Knight Rises
    3. John Carter
    4. Expendables 2
    5. Avengers
    6. Amazing Spider-Man
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    Dredd, an exceptional film.
    Soooo miserable at it's failure (and no chance of sequels). But, Blu-Ray out in a week so that will compensate a little.
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    I'll probably be the only one (and so be it!) but Expendables 2 was the best for me. I'm an Action movie fan to the core and seeing these guys together (i don't care if they're old timers LoL) in the one film was cool. The Hobbit & The Avengers are another couple that deserve notable mentions. 2012 wasn't a great year for outings to the cinema. Haven't seen Skyfall yet but will try to get to that one so can't obviously include that for 2012.

    Looking forward to some films in 2013 a bit more (hopefully they don't let me down...) such as Jack Reacher, Pain & Gain, GI Joe, Stand Up Guys, Movie 43, World War Z, Man of Steel, The Last Stand, Snitch... Geez that's a fare few! Pretty sure there will be more...
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    The only movies I saw in 2012 were...
    Dark Knight Rises
    21 Jump Street
    Ted
    Dark Shadows
    Beauty and the Beast (3D)
    Rock of Ages
    The Raven

    And I guess my top pick would be...
    21 Jump Street or Ted (since Beauty and the Beast is a re-release).

    I continued my dislike of the Nolan Batman films, though TDKR was the best out of the three.

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