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Old 01-29-2013, 03:54 PM   #1561
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anyone seen moma? love a good scary movie
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Old 01-29-2013, 04:03 PM   #1562
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anyone seen moma? love a good scary movie
I was going see it but the only showing on MLK was $13.50 for a manatee. Fawk that it was suppose to be on some super screen.

Inever go to the movies anymore totally wasted of dollars. Much rather watch it at home on my big screen with no one bothering me. MAybe if I lived to a closer super theater I go but out by my house everything needs a facelift movie theater wise.
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Old 02-18-2013, 07:51 AM   #1563
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Sound City by David Grohl was excellent...it combines 2 of my favorite things music and documentaries. Tells the story of Sound City recording studio and how it changed the life of his and many others who worked and recorded there. Just an amazing movie, always loved the behind the scenes.

Add another thing to the list Grohl is good at, directing.

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In the past three weeks I have seen Lincoln, Les Mes, and Beasts of the Southern Wild. All three were impressive in their own way, but Beasts would get my vote over the other two because it's just so unique and intriguing; it's everything Hollywood isn't and is just an amazing movie. Check it out.
I read the plot on Beast,that movie sounds like a major bummer
Not saying it wasnt a good movie,just sounds like a downer
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Sound City by David Grohl was excellent...it combines 2 of my favorite things music and documentaries. Tells the story of Sound City recording studio and how it changed the life of his and many others who worked and recorded there. Just an amazing movie, always loved the behind the scenes.

Add another thing to the list Grohl is good at, directing.

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I've heard nothing but great things about that, I tried to talk my wife into watching it the other night but for some reason she wasn't feeling it. I might have to just check it out for myself.
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Surprisingly creepy except for maybe the last 20 minutes or so. Both my gf and I jumped a couple times actually lol, but we both really hated the ending.
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Old 02-18-2013, 08:07 PM   #1567
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I've heard nothing but great things about that, I tried to talk my wife into watching it the other night but for some reason she wasn't feeling it. I might have to just check it out for myself.
The story behind the studio makes it interesting even for someone that may not be initially drawn to the subject. The editing works with the music to keep everything moving... See if you can sell your wife on it some more- I think most people would dig it.
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Old 02-20-2013, 09:40 AM   #1568
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A Good Day to Die Hard is complete rubbish. I honestly think its the worst movie ive ever seen. And i use the term "movie" loosely, because it doesnt feel like youre watching an actual movie. Its more like youre watching a bunch of unimaginative action scenes loosely connected to eachother by awkard scenes of bad dialog. The dialog is eye-rolling awful - one person will say something, there will be a long pause while we wait for another character to respond, and when he does, its a completely retarded sentence comprised of no more than 4 words. Seriously, the script was written at a 1st grade level - if that. McClanes one-liners dont make sense and/or are not funny, the action is not exciting, and all the actors are playing caricatures - not even 2 dimensional, let alone 3 dimensional characters. There's not a single character who has any depth at all, including McClaine. Worst of all, the movie is horribly edited. There is not a good flow from scene to scene and even within scenes, its often hard to figure out where characters/vehicles are in relation to eachother. Its a HORRIBLE, attrocious steaming pile of ebola infected-pig crap. Don't waste your money on it.
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Outside of the original the Die Hard movies have all sucked.

I'm amazed that so many people spend good money on garbage like that.
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Outside of the original the Die Hard movies have all sucked.

I'm amazed that so many people spend good money on garbage like that.
Part Two at Dulles Airport is pretty good. After that yeah they go downhill.
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A Good Day to Die Hard is complete rubbish. I honestly think its the worst movie ive ever seen. And i use the term "movie" loosely, because it doesnt feel like youre watching an actual movie. Its more like youre watching a bunch of unimaginative action scenes loosely connected to eachother by awkard scenes of bad dialog. The dialog is eye-rolling awful - one person will say something, there will be a long pause while we wait for another character to respond, and when he does, its a completely retarded sentence comprised of no more than 4 words. Seriously, the script was written at a 1st grade level - if that. McClanes one-liners dont make sense and/or are not funny, the action is not exciting, and all the actors are playing caricatures - not even 2 dimensional, let alone 3 dimensional characters. There's not a single character who has any depth at all, including McClaine. Worst of all, the movie is horribly edited. There is not a good flow from scene to scene and even within scenes, its often hard to figure out where characters/vehicles are in relation to eachother. Its a HORRIBLE, attrocious steaming pile of ebola infected-pig crap. Don't waste your money on it.
Obviously you have never watched Troll 2.

I watched it last night it has to be the worst acting I have ever seen which includes my 4 year old sons Christmas Play.

BEST WORST MOVIE | TROLL 2 DOCUMENTARY
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Part Two at Dulles Airport is pretty good. After that yeah they go downhill.
Prior to DH5, that was my least favorite in the series. I'd rank them:

Die Hard - 10
Die Harder - 3
DH With a Vengence - 6
Live Free or DH - 7
A Good Day to DH - 0

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Obviously you have never watched Troll 2.
I watched it last night it has to be the worst acting I have ever seen which includes my 4 year old sons Christmas Play.
Some movies are so bad, theyre "good," because you can watch them and make fun of them, play drinking games, etc. DH5 doesnt even have that going for it.
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I hope Die Hard doesn't end on a note like this...

Another good music documentary- Searching for Sugar Man.
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Sound City by David Grohl was excellent...it combines 2 of my favorite things music and documentaries. Tells the story of Sound City recording studio and how it changed the life of his and many others who worked and recorded there. Just an amazing movie, always loved the behind the scenes.

Add another thing to the list Grohl is good at, directing.

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I want to see this.I have a lot of respect and admiration for Dave Grohl.What he has done is probably unparalleled.To go from one Iconic rock band,switch instruments and then become the singer in another band with great success is pretty amazing
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Watched Skyfall and flight today. Both were pretty good IMO
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