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28 Dec 2011, 3:59 pm

Puss in Boots. :cat:

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28 Dec 2011, 9:13 pm

The other day, I saw War Horse.

Bring tissue with you if you go see this,
War Horse is very powerful.


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28 Dec 2011, 9:18 pm

AnonymousAnonymous wrote:
The other day, I saw War Horse.

Bring tissue with you if you go see this,
War Horse is very powerful.


I used up all my tissue watching Twilight 4, but that was for another reason entirely...



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31 Dec 2011, 5:21 pm

I'm watching The human centipede right now and pretty disturbed so far. That man on it is a £%"^$% freak! Made me think there're actually freaks like that out there. 8O



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01 Jan 2012, 11:45 am

Young Adult


meh...at least it was cool seeing Charlize Theron back in a mini cooper! that's my dream car!


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01 Jan 2012, 1:11 pm

Mission Impossible (new one) in IMAX. Very good set pieces, JJ Abrams loves vertigo.



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02 Jan 2012, 2:50 am

I watched Hellraiser together with my younger brother. At first we didn't think it would be very good or scary, but by the time it was over we agreed that it was awesome and we're probably going to have nightmares about it.



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02 Jan 2012, 3:08 am

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I watched Hellraiser together with my younger brother. At first we didn't think it would be very good or scary, but by the time it was over we agreed that it was awesome and we're probably going to have nightmares about it.


I first saw that movie when it first hit the theaters, many years ago.
Yes, I'm that old. :(

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02 Jan 2012, 5:53 am

Saw Senna the other day. Great documentary, even if you're not into F1 or motorsports at all, still worth a look.


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02 Jan 2012, 4:41 pm

Watched Hellbound: Hellraiser II with my brother. We're planning on watching all of the Hellraiser sequels. This installment was just as good as the first one in my opinion.



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02 Jan 2012, 4:53 pm

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Watched Hellbound: Hellraiser II with my brother. We're planning on watching all of the Hellraiser sequels. This installment was just as good as the first one in my opinion.


I agree, the sequel was pretty decent. Unfortunately, the Hellraiser movies go down hill in my opinion, after that.

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02 Jan 2012, 7:04 pm

Shooting Dogs ('Beyond The Gates' in the US)

about the rwandan genocide. i can't believe us sometimes



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02 Jan 2012, 8:34 pm

Kraichgauer wrote:
IdahoRose wrote:
Watched Hellbound: Hellraiser II with my brother. We're planning on watching all of the Hellraiser sequels. This installment was just as good as the first one in my opinion.


I agree, the sequel was pretty decent. Unfortunately, the Hellraiser movies go down hill in my opinion, after that.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer

Yeah, I did some research on the franchise and found out that Clive Barker stopped being directly involved after the first sequel. Not to mention the fact that my favorite Cenobite, The Female, isn't in any more of the sequels. I probably won't watch any more of the sequels, though my brother seems pretty excited about it, so I won't squash his enthusiasm.



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02 Jan 2012, 8:46 pm

IdahoRose wrote:
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IdahoRose wrote:
Watched Hellbound: Hellraiser II with my brother. We're planning on watching all of the Hellraiser sequels. This installment was just as good as the first one in my opinion.


I agree, the sequel was pretty decent. Unfortunately, the Hellraiser movies go down hill in my opinion, after that.

-Bill, otherwise known as Kraichgauer

Yeah, I did some research on the franchise and found out that Clive Barker stopped being directly involved after the first sequel. Not to mention the fact that my favorite Cenobite, The Female, isn't in any more of the sequels. I probably won't watch any more of the sequels, though my brother seems pretty excited about it, so I won't squash his enthusiasm.


Going by your screen name, IdahoRose, are you from Idaho?
I ask, because the Female Cenobite is actually from nearby Spokane, Washington - where I also hail from (Spokane Valley, to be exact).

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05 Jan 2012, 1:40 am

The Adventures of Tintin. It was a lot of fun.



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05 Jan 2012, 1:53 am

My wife and I watched Cowboys And Aliens last night after she had wanted to see it for a very long time. I, on the other hand, was a little reluctant - but what my wife wants, I usually give in and let her get. Funny thing was, while I never thought of the movie as high art, I thought it was a fun, okay scifi/action adventure flick - - while my wife was disappointed by it. :?

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