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    Quote Originally Posted by Go View Post
    Written by a woman, makes much more sense once I found that shit out.
    how does it make any sense. seems to me it hits on every fear men have of women---seems much more likely to have been written by a male woman hater like bbd

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    Quote Originally Posted by myDeaconmyhand View Post
    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.
    Seriously. I pretty much see every scary movie that comes out and still put Sinister up there as one of the best/scariest.

    Saw Dumb and Dumber To tonight. Pretty solid IMO, but I can see people going both ways on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Ruskin View Post
    how does it make any sense. seems to me it hits on every fear men have of women---seems much more likely to have been written by a male woman hater like bbd
    It was so random and crazy, had to be thought up by a woman because it was crazy yet so technical and exacting. A man would have ham handed the movie, instead the female sliced and diced us the entire time. It was very very clever and original.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wake20 View Post
    Seriously. I pretty much see every scary movie that comes out and still put Sinister up there as one of the best/scariest.

    Saw Dumb and Dumber To tonight. Pretty solid IMO, but I can see people going both ways on it.
    Whoa whoa...seriously Dumb and Dumber was good? Do you say go see it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Go View Post
    Whoa whoa...seriously Dumb and Dumber was good? Do you say go see it?
    I liked it. I was actually in the theater with Kevin McCarthy, who does movie reviews for Fox DC, who tweeted out:

    Kevin McCarthy @KevinMcCarthyTV 17h 17 hours ago
    I'm happy to say that #DumbandDumberTo is an extremely satisfying sequel - Laughed till I cried - Felt like no time had passed - Hilarious!

    Kevin McCarthy @KevinMcCarthyTV 16h 16 hours ago
    I remember sitting in a theatre when I was 10 yrs old 4 #DumbAndDumber - 20 yrs later, sequel brought me back to that day - Laughed so hard!

    A lot of the character mannerisms and jokes play out in a similar fashion as the original. I can see a 16 year old kid seeing it and thinking it sucked, so maybe you do have to love the first to get into it and go back to when you were younger and saw the first. Some of the scenes were hilarious, and I really don't think the preview gives it justice.

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    Dude, thank you for that review! I'm so pumped now.

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    Birdman was great. Michael Keaton is a good actor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Ruskin View Post
    Birdman was great. Michael Keaton is a good actor.
    Prob the most underrated of his generation along w/ David Morse.

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    My sister told me there was lots of scissoring going on in Blue is the Warmest Color; i have yet to investigate

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheCaptain View Post
    My sister told me there was lots of scissoring going on in Blue is the Warmest Color; i have yet to investigate
    I have heard the same. Need to check it out.

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    I can confirm
    Draxx them sklounst

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    I'm down on scissoring ever since Lessies have come out and said its total mularkey.

  13. #153
    I watched Seven again last night. Great pace throughout building up to the crazy ending. "What's in the box!?!?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by myDeaconmyhand View Post
    I can confirm
    Seconded. It's actually a pretty good movie

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    Wife and I watched Neighbors last night, and I was pleasantly surprised by how funny it was. Also, there's just something about Rose Byrne 's Aussie accent.

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    Official thread about the movie you just saw

    Bad Grandpa on Netflix. Wife and I laughed a lot.

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    Watched The Devil's Backbone on bluray, hadn't seen it in years. It's one of the more beautifully shot films I've ever seen. It should be seen as a companion film to Pans Labyrinth IMO
    Draxx them sklounst

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    The Cabin in the Woods is a really fun flick.

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    Saw Nightcrawler last night. Jake Gyllenhaal is fucking unhinged in that movie. It's not subtle with its message, but it's entertaining as hell.

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    Saw GODZILLA (2014) the other night. I enjoyed it, but I always get irked by Aaron Taylor-Johnson since I found out he's 24, married a 50 year old and took her name.


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