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25 Jun 2019, 12:11 pm

The Return of the Living Dead


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25 Jun 2019, 12:17 pm

Die Hard 2
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25 Jun 2019, 1:28 pm

Honey I shrunk the kids
Honey I blew up the kid
Honey we shrunk ourselves

entertaining and fun. Watched the first two some decades ago, had forgotten the ant


Dog Days
my main expectation was cute dogs, but the movie was surprisingly good.


Murder mysteries
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Too much drama snooze, the parts that were supposed to be funny weren't, and there were no thrills.


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25 Jun 2019, 3:34 pm

Factotum.

Based on the fictionalized autobiographical book of the same name by Charles Bukowski, his literary alter ego, Henry Chinaski, goes from one dead end job to another, and suffering through unemployment, rage, and despondency while trying to cope with too much alcohol and loose women. Very sad, but also strangely funny. Great movie.


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26 Jun 2019, 10:13 am

Skilpadde wrote:
Honey I shrunk the kids
Honey I blew up the kid
Honey we shrunk ourselves

entertaining and fun. Watched the first two some decades ago, had forgotten the ant


Dog Days
my main expectation was cute dogs, but the movie was surprisingly good.


Murder mysteries
meh
Too much drama snooze, the parts that were supposed to be funny weren't, and there were no thrills.

I love the Honey I shrunk series.


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26 Jun 2019, 9:55 pm

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Isn't that the movie where he grabs some random civilian and uses him as a human bullet shield against the badguys? :?


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26 Jun 2019, 9:58 pm

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Isn't that the movie where he grabs some random civilian and uses him as a human bullet shield against the badguys? :?


Yes.


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26 Jun 2019, 10:02 pm

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Isn't that the movie where he grabs some random civilian and uses him as a human bullet shield against the badguys? :?


Yes.


I never liked it.

Just like I never liked High Plains Drifter because of the scene where Clint Eastwood rapes a woman.

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26 Jun 2019, 10:09 pm

TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
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TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
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Isn't that the movie where he grabs some random civilian and uses him as a human bullet shield against the badguys? :?


Yes.


I never liked it.

Just like I never liked High Plains Drifter because of the scene where Clint Eastwood rapes a woman.

:shrug:


Yeah, I was bothered by that too. This was only the second time I saw the movie, and I really didn't remember the first time much at all.


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27 Jun 2019, 9:49 am

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Classic


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27 Jun 2019, 2:30 pm

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Classic


Agreed.


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27 Jun 2019, 2:35 pm

dragonsanddemons wrote:
TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
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TheRevengeofTW1ZTY wrote:
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Isn't that the movie where he grabs some random civilian and uses him as a human bullet shield against the badguys? :?


Yes.


I never liked it.

Just like I never liked High Plains Drifter because of the scene where Clint Eastwood rapes a woman.

:shrug:


Yeah, I was bothered by that too. This was only the second time I saw the movie, and I really didn't remember the first time much at all.
Huh, I've seen it twice or thrice, and I can't even remember that scene. I enjoyed that movie.


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27 Jun 2019, 2:36 pm

Shaggy dog

I found it funny and entertaining
and the dog was lovely of course. Bearded collies are among my favorites


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