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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby jamie1992 on 07 Jan 2009 04:25

AH my man, shame was hoping to bang out some bars with ya, would have been cool, as theres noone else here, of which i know, who do.

As for the beats, man, ill have to hit you up on that sometime, might be getting beats from other sources, but maybe you can send me one of yours and let me see what its like.

Anyway if ya change ya mind man, just shout out and we can clash, will be cool, good way to boost your confidence that ripping into some random dude you dont know. :)
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby DARK TEMPLAR on 07 Jan 2009 14:05

Man this thread has expanded quite well in the past 2 weeks or so. And also some nice favourites pop up here and there. :-bd
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby jamie1992 on 07 Jan 2009 14:34

DARK TEMPLAR wrote:Man this thread has expanded quite well in the past 2 weeks or so. And also some nice favourites pop up here and there. :-bd


Yar, its growing slowly. :P
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby MeanderingBeing on 01 Jul 2009 21:29

The best movie I ever watched was through the window on my microwave... It was cloverfeild... going round and round.... with arcs of electricity going across its surface...

By the way, I would like to throw this out there:
Max Payne was as good as advertised. Now granted, it didn't really follow the game to the letter... But wouldn't it be boring if it did? It was well done, with great cinemaphotography, and some epic moments. And it definately deviates from your normal Hollywood standard. So I highly suggest at least renting it.

Now I need to figure out why it got such a horiible score on metacritic.
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby audioave10 on 03 Jul 2009 07:38

Some good movie lists here which remind me that I haven't seen:
I Robot
Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby busetibi on 03 Jul 2009 14:10

audioave10 wrote:Some good movie lists here which remind me that I haven't seen:
I Robot
Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels

I Robot sucked, Imho.
but LS&2SB is a must see as is Snatch, two brilliant movies.
oh and try Trainspotting
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby Nightwatch on 04 Jul 2009 01:30

Departed was also a very classy movie.
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby rockingmtranch on 04 Jul 2009 04:07

Night Watch and the sequel Day Watch were pretty good (foreign films for us).
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby Balious on 04 Jul 2009 11:32

Battle Royale is a very good film. It asks the question can you kill your best friend?

I also enjoy some anime shows and films like one piece (I don't care what anyone else says about it I think its a great show).

But my best favorite film I pass. Too many to choose from.
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby DARK TEMPLAR on 03 Feb 2010 20:12

*COUGH*

Eeh, well since there have been some new movies released, what say you, have you seen or would like to see some of them and what you think.
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby MeanderingBeing on 04 Feb 2010 04:50

Well, I've been working through alot of old movies that I haven't seen... so I'll post a couple:

From Dusk till Dawn... (When the hot mexican chick came out in the bar, first thing my uncle said was "you ready?")
Road Warrior... (seriously, football suits for costume design? Come the F*** ON!)
Scanners (HEAD EXPLODEY!!!!)
Pulp Fiction (You say "what" one more time, I'm going to put a bullet in your kneecap)
Short-Circuit (JOHNNY FIVE IS ALIVE!)
Evil Dead trilogy (THIS IS MY BOOMSTICK!)

Obviously, there are a couple more, but those were the best!
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby 3040Krag on 04 Feb 2010 04:54

Watch "Things to do in Denver when you're dead." FTW! ;)

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(different every time you click, but gets the gist of TTDIDWYD every time IMO :))
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby 3040Krag on 04 Feb 2010 05:12

Oh, another great. Trenton Tarrantino's "4 Rooms" - oh yeah, ba-by!
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby ket on 04 Feb 2010 13:23

Does The Big Bang Theory count? I love that show its well funny. Kaley Cuoco is a great incentive to watch too ;) :p
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby DARK TEMPLAR on 04 Feb 2010 15:20

Yes, TBBT is funny, as is 4Rooms and the Evil Dead movies. Pulp Fiction and From Dusk till Dawn are also good, I would reccomend Reservoir Dogs, it's similat to PF
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby Nightwatch on 04 Feb 2010 16:34

Yup, Pulp Fiction and From Dusk till Dawn are very very good movies, as well as Reservoir Dogs. Tarantino signature is all very much evident! -though From Dusk till dawn was directed by Robert Rodriguez, he collaborated there with Tarantino. Rodriquez, also, in his own right very good director, anyway.
PS: From Dusk till Dawn's probably the most memorable scene (or at least one of them) is the Selma Hayek's vampiress dance. #:-s ;)
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby ket on 04 Feb 2010 16:53

May I present..... Kaley Cuoco. This chick seriously makes me drool and resemble a retard. Very few women make me do that.

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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby rockingmtranch on 04 Feb 2010 18:04

Most memorable seen from Dusk To Dawn, Cheech Marins speech to get into the bar LOL.
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Re: Favorite movies and stuff like that

Postby Nightwatch on 05 Feb 2010 02:25

rockingmtranch wrote:Most memorable seen from Dusk To Dawn, Cheech Marins speech to get into the bar LOL.

It could be one of the best examples of marketing what's called the hard-sell, lol :D
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