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Favorite disney movie

Peter Pan
3
27%
Cinderella
0
No votes
Fantasia
2
18%
Who gives a rats ass!
6
55%
 
Total votes : 11

Postby BigTimeOperator » Wed Jul 26, 2006 4:34 am

The second one is a lot better than the first one. Don't get me wrong it's no Citizen Kane or anything but it pisses me off when movies just end leaving so many things unanswered. To be honest makes me feel like I wasted my money. Like I paid $8 to see nothing more than a trailer for the third part that has yet to be made.

Years ago I saw the piece of crap known as "Lost in Space". That was suppose to be a Trilogy but since it flopped they scrapped plans to make a second and third installment of it. Although it sucked, I still want closure. Did they make it home? Did that weird doctor dude fondle the little boy? Did the crew start eating each other to survive? Closure damn it.

Anyways DLo,
"Junk Yard Dykes part II" Great porn ever. Make it a point to find this gem. The following are items women stick into their whowhodillies in this movie:
-Makita Drill Gun (1 for each hole)
-Car Chassis (Must see to believe)
-Bowling Trophy
-Blowing Pin
and a few more things I will not mention for the element of suprise.

Starring the legendary Christie Canyon, Junk Yard Dykes Part II is a not to be missed small screen masterpiece in the art of Lesbian film making.
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Postby Eve-Lau » Wed Jul 26, 2006 10:26 am

[quote="doctor love"]Well..this sort of applies to the movie thread..
I saw the coolest porno EVER online and I am happy. It takes place inside a
huge auditorium where more than a hundred petite cute asian girls all have sex
simultaneously. It is amazing.
Where is trashlikeyou to share in my happiness?[/quote]

I hope my boyfriend never reads this. It's serious competition!
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Postby Creepy_Old_Goat » Wed Jul 26, 2006 12:21 pm

The Tarantula wrote:I got the analogy and everything, but immediately after seeing the first Pirates of the Caribbean, I immediately wanted less, not more.


Everybody knows that less is more!
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Postby doctor love » Wed Jul 26, 2006 8:55 pm

Eve-Lau wrote:
doctor love wrote:Well..this sort of applies to the movie thread..
I saw the coolest porno EVER online and I am happy. It takes place inside a
huge auditorium where more than a hundred petite cute asian girls all have sex
simultaneously. It is amazing.
Where is trashlikeyou to share in my happiness?


I hope my boyfriend never reads this. It's serious competition!


I seriously doubt it. You are easily worth at least 500 petite asians.
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Postby xfoo » Thu Jul 27, 2006 3:18 am

BigTimeOperator wrote:Years ago I saw the piece of crap known as "Lost in Space". That was suppose to be a Trilogy but since it flopped they scrapped plans to make a second and third installment of it. Although it sucked, I still want closure. Did they make it home? Did that weird doctor dude fondle the little boy? Did the crew start eating each other to survive? Closure damn it.


lost in space was awesome. handled time travel a lot less stupidly than you'd think considering it was also a movie that had joey and a pointless computer generated monkey alien in it.
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Postby Eve-Lau » Thu Jul 27, 2006 10:34 am

[quote="doctor love"][quote="Eve-Lau"][quote="doctor love"]Well..this sort of
applies to the movie thread..
I saw the coolest porno EVER online and I am happy. It takes place inside a
huge auditorium where more than a hundred petite cute asian girls all have sex
simultaneously. It is amazing.
Where is trashlikeyou to share in my happiness?[/quote]

I hope my boyfriend never reads this. It's serious competition![/quote]

I seriously doubt it. You are easily worth at least 500 petite asians.
(if only our currency was as cool? damn the end of legalized slavery!)[/quote]


Aaw, thank you! That makes me all happy inside. :)
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Postby xfoo » Thu Oct 26, 2006 12:52 am

someone was wondering where the movie thread went. well it was down at the bottom of the screen all along.

i get semi interested in movies. but i think i'm cynical now cause all those ads make the movies look great, all the reviews say its awesome, then by the time i see the movie 6 months to 6 years later, it turns out that it was a piece of shit.

and they'll have all these great actors in it, directed by academy award winning directors and executively produced by awesome executive producers. 'wow the guy from amercian splendor and the guy who made signs and the.. sixth sense. can't go wrong' well apparently it went wrong. didn't see lady in the water to find out though. that's just what the reviews said.

i am cyincal of all this, mostly cause of people that claim to be able to judge acting ability. they'll watch some stupid movie, then say some guys's horrible overacting really ruined the suspension of disbelief. well what if the movie stars some alledgedly awesome actor like.. uh.. al pacino. so you watch this movie with al pacino and what are you thinking to yourself the whole time? 'wow this is a tour de force although this character is basically tony montana without the cuban accent and the scar'.. maybe he' plays a guy in a wheelchair.. 'what a brave choice for scarface to make. this'll generate.. oscar buzz or something.' how can you suspendf disbelief when you recognize everyone from other movies. lets say scar face goes to buy drugs and kill someone and he gets there and it's benico del toro. ''ooh look, benicio del toro! he was great in fear and loathing and he played a real convincing retard in some cop movie'

well i have to stop there cause it really was a convincing performance. but it was also totally obvious that it was benicio del toro.
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Postby Adict4DeadMilk » Thu Oct 26, 2006 10:38 am

Was that last bit bull shit? Anyways I can agree with ya for just about any new movie. I had not seen a good new movie ina while all the actors are either ashton kusher or washed up. I want someone to come out with something fresh with new actors.
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Postby xfoo » Thu Oct 26, 2006 11:15 am

yes.. all new actors, and they have to change their names to something completely different every 3 months. i'd still watch a .. lets say a 'clint eastwood movie' if he changed his name and his involvement in it was never talked about on tv. and that lying idiot siegel and every publicist on earth must be shot into outer space. then blown up, it's the only way to be sure.

there was some research done recently. turns out that telling people which overexposed actors appear in a movie before they find out what the title is has no effect on box office sales. these results came out a few months ago, and for a couple weeks they wouldn't tell you who was in the movie. for example, if you haven't seen hollywoodland, you probably don't know who was in it. or.. whatever that shit wwas about a boat in the ocean at night that was apparently the best movie of the decade. it turned out it had ashton kutcher in it but they wisely kept it a secret.
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Postby doctor love » Fri Oct 27, 2006 1:59 am

Adict4DeadMilk wrote:Was that last bit bull shit? Anyways I can agree with ya for just about any new movie. I had not seen a good new movie ina while all the actors are either ashton kusher or washed up. I want someone to come out with something fresh with new actors.


here's three:

Hard Candy (if you complain about modern cinema, and dont like this film, go kill yourself!)

Brick (This was so good it cured me of a month long depression. It came back within a month, but it's a noteworthy point.)

Kiss, Kiss, Bang, Bang (dont hate it until you see it, I was expecting it to be shit, but it's fucking awesome!)

The Departed (I'll go out on a limb and say this is Scorsese's best. Yes, better than Taxi Driver.)
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Postby Rory » Fri Oct 27, 2006 7:13 am

I wasn't a fan of Brick, but Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is amazing. It single-handedly made me a Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer superfan.
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Postby Adict4DeadMilk » Fri Oct 27, 2006 4:54 pm

Well then I apologise I guess I must leave the house in order to come up with a correct critisization on newer movies. I hadn't heard of any of those.
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Postby Rory » Sun Oct 29, 2006 12:18 am

doctor love wrote:
The Departed (I'll go out on a limb and say this is Scorsese's best. Yes, better than Taxi Driver.)


At first I thought you must have been crazy saying such a thing, but I just saw the Departed and you may be right. And no one can come out of it and honestly bash Leonardo Dicaprio. He was stellar, as was everyone else. Man that was a good movie.
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Postby Adict4DeadMilk » Sun Oct 29, 2006 11:03 am

I saw a commercial for that the other day it looks pretty good. I'll have to check it out.
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Postby MangTheGoat » Mon Apr 09, 2007 11:43 am

I saw Grindhouse on Friday afternoon. I had been waiting for this movie since it was announced like 2 years ago. It was awesome. The first movie, "Planet Terror" by Robert Rodriguez was the bettr of the two. "Death Proof" by Quentin Tarantino was alright, kinda slow, but it redeemed itself in the last few minutes. And the fake trailers in between the two movies are awesome as well.

I enjoyed it so much, I saw it again on Saturday, and then again on Sunday.
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