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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby rickoshay85 » Thu Sep 29, 2011 9:02 pm

JO 753 wrote:Joshua

Its about a morbidly preoccupied 9 yir old in New York turning evil. Not badly made, but its slow and uneventful.


Sounds like a re-make Bad Seed, made back in the days when they made meaningful movies, before special effects, gratuitus violence, and other distractions.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby JO 753 » Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:01 pm

Ye. Kind uv a sub genre - the evil child.

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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby rickoshay85 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:03 pm

JO 753 wrote:Ye. Kind uv a sub genre - the evil child.


When I was a kid my younger sister was evil, always ratting on me, telling mom everything I did or didn't do, getting me in trouble.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby JO 753 » Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:31 pm

I have an evil older sister and an unhelpful younger brother.

I watched the restored complete Metropolis yesterday. Not bad. Its history is very interesting, so the extras a really worth watching. It cost a fortune to make in the 1920z and then bombed. Not many people saw the original version bekuz it got hacked up and shortened and major chunks got lost. They were finally able to assemble a complete copy with some very poor quality 16mm footage found in Argentina.

Today I watched Wolfman from last year. Not bad at all. Even tho it haz modern special effects and lots uv gore, it still seemed to hav an old fashioned monster movie feel to it.

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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby Monster » Tue Oct 18, 2011 9:08 pm

Saw The Thing. It turns out it's actually the prequel to the 80s version. 'Tis good, but not great. The movie really just looks like a remake of the 80s version, but it's disguised as a prequel.

I also The Howling recently (last night). The nudity was nice. Most of the rest of the movie was just ok. Not great.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby JO 753 » Wed Oct 19, 2011 5:14 am

I saw Drive last week. Good story, sum OK car action.

Iz that a remake uv The Howling frum the 80z?

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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby Monster » Wed Oct 19, 2011 1:39 pm

JO 753 wrote:I saw Drive last week. Good story, sum OK car action.

Iz that a remake uv The Howling frum the 80z?

No. I'm just using this thread as a general "what movie did I see" thread. :)
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby Gawdzilla Sama » Sat Oct 22, 2011 12:46 pm

"The Three Musketeers". Don't pay money to see it.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby Monster » Sat Oct 22, 2011 3:15 pm

Black Sheep.

Definitely netflix it!

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0779982/
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby JO 753 » Sat Oct 22, 2011 7:25 pm

I am motivated to join Netflix now. I usually barrow moviez frum the library, but therez alot uv stuff they will never hav. That looks like an example. And recent big moviez are alwayz checked out.

After about a month I gave up waiting for Super and bought it. Its an even darker comedy about heroz than Kick Ass.

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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

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JO 753 wrote:I am motivated to join Netflix now. I usually barrow moviez frum the library, but therez alot uv stuff they will never hav. That looks like an example. And recent big moviez are alwayz checked out.

After about a month I gave up waiting for Super and bought it. Its an even darker comedy about heroz than Kick Ass.


I tried Netflix for a few months, until I ran out of the movies I wanted to see.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby Monster » Sun Oct 23, 2011 5:54 pm

Saw Paranormal Activity 3. 'Twas highly good. Paranormal Activity 1 - 3 and the movie Insidious are all the same movie, pretty much. They're all good.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

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Monster wrote:Saw Paranormal Activity 3. 'Twas highly good. Paranormal Activity 1 - 3 and the movie Insidious are all the same movie, pretty much. They're all good.

I am unable to suspend my disbelief for that type of movie. I know it's not a documentary, it's a FX movie. It's flat after that.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

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Gawdzilla wrote:
Monster wrote:Saw Paranormal Activity 3. 'Twas highly good. Paranormal Activity 1 - 3 and the movie Insidious are all the same movie, pretty much. They're all good.

I am unable to suspend my disbelief for that type of movie. I know it's not a documentary, it's a FX movie. It's flat after that.


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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby Monster » Mon Oct 24, 2011 1:39 am

Saw Real Steel. 'Twas fun. Seems like it would be good for kids, but there's some foul language, in case that bothers you.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby rickoshay85 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 8:20 pm

Monster wrote:Saw Harry Potter #8. 'Twas good and enjoyable.


How can an adult, grown monster like you, dig kid's movies?
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby JO 753 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 8:53 pm

Sucker Punch

Not bad. Likely to be a big hit with young women. Not the usual Hollywood story.

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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby Monster » Sat Oct 29, 2011 10:34 pm

rickoshay85 wrote:
Monster wrote:Saw Harry Potter #8. 'Twas good and enjoyable.


How can an adult, grown monster like you, dig kid's movies?

This is the second time you criticized my liking of that movie. The movie's not bad. Seriously. Go see it! It's essentially just a fantasy special effects extravaganza.

I saw Take Shelter today. 'Twas good. It was somewhat painful for me to watch a guy's mind slowly melting. I could see myself in that guy.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby Monster » Sun Nov 13, 2011 3:42 am

Saw Immortals. 'Twas fun. It's exactly as you'd expect such a movie to be. Slicing, cutting, blood, cool special effects, good guys win, pectoral muscles, shouting, generic main villain.

Very minimal nudity, but it was nice. The battle of the Olympian gods vs. the Titans was way cool looking.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby rickoshay85 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 7:13 pm

JO 753 wrote:I am almost alwayz successful at watching moviez uninterrupted. Keeps you frum loozing the flow and falling 'out' uv the story.

I watched both the original Italian Job and the remake yesterday. The original haz a whole range uv stupid in it, micro to macro. Micro iz like wen sumbudy sez sumthing that makes no sense, macro stupid iz a big hole in the plot or sumthing else that makes the story junk. In between you hav thingz like the lawz uv fiziks being inexplicably neglected or inconsistently applied, or temporally incongruent action. This movie had it all. I suspect it wuz suppozed to be a comedy, wich can excuze almost anything, but since I wuznt amuzed at anything, it wuz barely watchable.

The remake wuz way better. The plot wuz more complex and made sense. The action wuz well paced. No seriously stupid contradictionz. Good acting.


Yeah, but the 69 had Michael Caine, those cute Mini-coopers and a 7.1 rating
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

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Monster wrote:Saw Harry Potter #8. 'Twas good and enjoyable.


How can an adult, grown monster like you, dig kid's movies?

I loved them all, and I'm 60 years old now. I liked the books, as children's books, because they allow the reader to mature with the heroes if the reader wants to read one a year. The option exists. And many of the life lessons in the books are valuable. Neville Longbottom goes from a hapless dork to one of the guys who wins the Battle of Hogwarts. Classic Ugly Duckling story told without demeaning the kids or the reader.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby JO 753 » Sun Nov 13, 2011 10:23 pm

Micheal Caine iz good. He wuz perfect az Austin Powerz dad.

I don't trust the IMDB ratingz at all. Sum great moviez get low ratingz and sum junk gets good ratingz.

I only saw the first Harry Potter. I think I only saw the frst Lord uv the Ringz also. Gess I don't hav an affinity for the genre. I'll see them all sum day.

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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

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Monster wrote:Saw Harry Potter #8. 'Twas good and enjoyable.


How can an adult, grown monster like you, dig kid's movies?

I loved them all, and I'm 60 years old now. I liked the books, as children's books, because they allow the reader to mature with the heroes if the reader wants to read one a year. The option exists. And many of the life lessons in the books are valuable. Neville Longbottom goes from a hapless dork to one of the guys who wins the Battle of Hogwarts. Classic Ugly Duckling story told without demeaning the kids or the reader.


Even the Bible warns against second childhood.

"When I was a child I spoke as a child I understood as a child I thought as a child; but when I became a man I put away childish things." I Cor. xiii. 11. ...
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rickoshay85 wrote:
Monster wrote:Saw Harry Potter #8. 'Twas good and enjoyable.


How can an adult, grown monster like you, dig kid's movies?

I loved them all, and I'm 60 years old now. I liked the books, as children's books, because they allow the reader to mature with the heroes if the reader wants to read one a year. The option exists. And many of the life lessons in the books are valuable. Neville Longbottom goes from a hapless dork to one of the guys who wins the Battle of Hogwarts. Classic Ugly Duckling story told without demeaning the kids or the reader.


Even the Bible warns against second childhood.

"When I was a child I spoke as a child I understood as a child I thought as a child; but when I became a man I put away childish things." I Cor. xiii. 11. ...

Magical thinking is a childish thing, typical of 3yo & 4yo kids. Religion is magical thinking. Therefore religion is a childish thing which should be put away as one grows up.
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Postby Gawdzilla Sama » Tue Nov 15, 2011 7:25 pm

I watched "Immortals" the other day. Does that make me a pantheist?

If growing up is needed, it should be done by people who are beating up on a children's book.
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Gawdzilla wrote:I watched "Immortals" the other day.

Whadja think?
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Gawdzilla wrote:I watched "Immortals" the other day. Does that make me a pantheist?

If growing up is needed, it should be done by people who are beating up on a children's book.

I earn my living, and I can balance my checkbook. How much more growing up is needed?

I hope watching "Immortals" doesn't make me a pantheist.
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Monster wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:I watched "Immortals" the other day.

Whadja think?

Boring. It's an eye-candy movie, but you can do fine without the dialog.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby leonard » Sat Nov 19, 2011 12:47 am

I just watched LIMITLESS, It was really good!

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Postby Austin Harper » Sat Nov 19, 2011 9:25 pm

I refuse to watch Limitless since it is based on the 10% of brain myth.
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Postby Gord » Sun Nov 20, 2011 11:07 am

Austin Harper wrote:I refuse to watch Limitless since it is based on the 10% of brain myth.

That's the spirit! I don't watch any movies because they're all phony documentaries. :mrgreen:
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Postby JO 753 » Sun Nov 20, 2011 11:21 am

:lol: Frend uv mine refuzed to see Avatar bekuz Glen Beck sed it wuz left wing propoganda! :lol:

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OlegTheBatty wrote:
Gawdzilla wrote:I watched "Immortals" the other day. Does that make me a pantheist?

If growing up is needed, it should be done by people who are beating up on a children's book.

I earn my living, and I can balance my checkbook. How much more growing up is needed?

I hope watching "Immortals" doesn't make me a pantheist.


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Postby Gord » Sun Nov 20, 2011 10:18 pm

rickoshay85 wrote:You either believe or don't. You don't get to choose.

I agree with that, mostly. Maybe I could brainwash myself into believing something, but I'm not sure 'cause I've never knowingly succeeded at it.
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rickoshay85 wrote:You either believe or don't. You don't get to choose.


I agree with that, mostly. Maybe I could brainwash myself into believing something, but I'm not sure 'cause I've never knowingly succeeded at it.


Belief is real to most people, not only religious, all other kinds, and trying to change it is like cutting of one's arms or legs, especially if one has been put in the position of defending it with strong emotion.
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rickoshay85 wrote:
Gord wrote:
rickoshay85 wrote:You either believe or don't. You don't get to choose.


I agree with that, mostly. Maybe I could brainwash myself into believing something, but I'm not sure 'cause I've never knowingly succeeded at it.


Belief is real to most people, not only religious, all other kinds, and trying to change it is like cutting of one's arms or legs, especially if one has been put in the position of defending it with strong emotion.

I brainwashed a squirrel once. It could happen, it could happen!
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Postby Monster » Mon Nov 21, 2011 2:27 pm

Saw Bug. It's a movie from 2006. It's very conspiracy-theory laden. The explanations that the two sad crazy people made up for everything actually make sense in a confirmation-bias sort of way.
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Postby Monster » Sat Nov 26, 2011 3:09 am

Saw Melancholia.

VERY slow movie. Very very slow. Overall, it was ok. Wouldn't describe it as great. Best part was seeing Kirsten Dunst nude a few times. That was pretty. Overall, I can't recommend it. Just way too slow.
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Re: Good/Bad New Moviez

Postby rickoshay85 » Mon Nov 28, 2011 9:36 pm

Monster wrote:Saw Melancholia.

VERY slow movie. Very very slow. Overall, it was ok. Wouldn't describe it as great. Best part was seeing Kirsten Dunst nude a few times. That was pretty. Overall, I can't recommend it. Just way too slow.


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Postby JO 753 » Mon Nov 28, 2011 10:30 pm

Mirrors

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