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    Finally saw Sinister the other day. Thought is was awful. Not very scary.

    Saw Annabelle a few nights ago at one of the theaters that uses the D-Box seats that move around and vibrate with the movie. Thought is was pretty good, especially with that added element. The Conjuring is better. Such a good horror movie.

  2. #122
    Quote Originally Posted by DG3 View Post
    Finally saw Sinister the other day. Thought is was awful. Not very scary.

    Saw Annabelle a few nights ago at one of the theaters that uses the D-Box seats that move around and vibrate with the movie. Thought is was pretty good, especially with that added element. The Conjuring is better. Such a good horror movie.
    Ahh man, I can't even get with that. You thought Sinister was awful and Annabelle was good? I don't get it, but to each his own.

    Tried to watch The French Connection on bluray for the first time and I couldn't make it through it. It's supposedly a classic, but I found it very disconnected and the dialogue was really difficult to hear. Probably the first classic blu-ray purchase that I regret, though I still haven't watched my copy of Cleopatra.
    Draxx them sklounst

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    i'm gonna buy a D-Box setup for my man-cave some day
    Draxx them sklounst

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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    Did you get the 2009 atrocity blu-ray or the 2012 atrocity blu-ray?
    2009, it's shitty all the way around. I may just resell it to Edward McKays for a few bucks.
    Draxx them sklounst

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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    eww so the super saturated blue one?
    Yeah. It's frustrating that hi-def transfers aren't always just simply improved with film restoration technology, sometimes they're re-invented. This is one of the reasons why i'm not scared of blu-ray becoming obsolete in the near future, it will probably be the last physical medium, and pre-digital film won't be capable of 4K transfers.
    Draxx them sklounst

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    I disagree with you
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    did anyone see Fury? debating if i should go

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    I watched French Connection recently (on regular DVD) and was not impressed either. It felt like 60 minutes worth of material stretched out into a full length feature.

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    I liked the French Connection, hated the ending.

    I've been told I won't like the ending of Fury, so I'm scared to go see it and prob will wait for Redbox.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheCaptain View Post
    did anyone see Fury? debating if i should go
    I saw it and enjoyed it. It has some glaring flaws but is shot beautifully and the battle sequences are phenomenal. Not a great movie but worth the price of admission, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dick Whitman View Post
    I saw it and enjoyed it. It has some glaring flaws but is shot beautifully and the battle sequences are phenomenal. Not a great movie but worth the price of admission, IMO.
    Saw it last night and thought it was great. No significant plot lines like Saving Private Ryan, but I thought it succeeded at what it was going for.

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    John Wick was great entertainment but very violent.

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    Just watched Spartacus. Entertaining movie but 3 hours and 17 minutes is a draaaaaaag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Ruskin View Post
    John Wick was great entertainment but very violent.
    Saw it today on IMAX and agree with both comments - I loved it.

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    Watched Dr. Strangelove for the first time in about a decade. Such a bawse movie. I was born towards the end of the Cold War, so I guess I can't really comprehend the level of paranoia being satirized. Well, I am living in 2014, so paranoia shouldn't be foreign.

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    cookout = blabbermouth?
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    Saw Listen Up Philip this weekend. While I thought the acting was pretty great, I'm not so sure about the movie overall. The two main characters (played by Schwartzman and Pryce) are simply insufferable people, and two hours of listening to them was a little tough at times. I didn't dislike the movie, but I don't think I'll ever see it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NashvegasDeac View Post
    Saw it today on IMAX and agree with both comments - I loved it.
    Apparently underwhelmed at box office which is crazy

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    Watched Gone Girl on Saturday. Very fucked up movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deacfan78 View Post
    Watched Gone Girl on Saturday. Very fucked up movie.
    Written by a woman, makes much more sense once I found that shit out.

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    yeah, b/c WOMEN are the WORST

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