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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 10:07 AM Reply

At 6/10/08 08:27 AM, jarrydn wrote: Working at the cinema has killed every ounce of passion I ever had for films.

Thanks for sharing, cunt. How's life anyway man? I've done a few trips down to Perth lately. I've decided to move there. Maybe work in one of their many music or CD shops or something. Something underground I hope. I bought Behold... The Arctopus man, that's crazy shit for this country bumkin.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 07:04 PM Reply

At 6/8/08 06:46 AM, PenisClown wrote: Recently watched:

A Clockwork Orange

great movie

Donnie Darko (Rewatch)

I haven't watched it in a long time, but I really liked it last time I saw it.

Ancorman: The Legend of John Burgundy (Rewatch)

That movie is hilarious. one of my favorite comedies.

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children

I thought it was okay.

2001: A Space Oddysey

I've been meaning to see that.

At 5/28/08 06:08 PM, TheMaster wrote:
At 5/28/08 05:41 AM, PenisClown wrote:
Wayne's World
That is a great movie, no question.

yes


Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure
Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey
Hahaha, I dunno.

I do.

And you should be ashamed.

All we are...is like dust in the wind, dude.

dust

wind

dude


Back to the Future 1-3
Meh.

meh? MEH?! 1 and 2 were great! The third one, however....eh...

At 6/10/08 08:27 AM, jarrydn wrote: Working at the cinema has killed every ounce of passion I ever had for films.

Well hello, there.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 07:10 PM Reply

At 6/10/08 12:30 AM, Deargodimhungry wrote: OMFG. I saw 2001 Space Oddesy (i can't spell), and it is the most BORING piece of gayness ever constructed. I nearly fell asleep, i was in a state of conscious unconsciousness the whole time.

I can understand that.. But I love that film! The first time I saw it I was a bit confused but I'm pretty sure that I understand it now and it makes it so much better! Plus for a film made so long ago, the special effects are incredible! Considering that they would still be considered reasonable by todays standards.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 07:13 PM Reply

At 6/10/08 07:04 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: meh? MEH?! 1 and 2 were great! The third one, however....eh...

1 > 3 > 2


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 07:22 PM Reply

At 6/10/08 07:13 PM, TheMaster wrote: 1 > 3 > 2

nay

2 > 1 > 3


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 07:25 PM Reply

At 6/10/08 07:22 PM, Sense-Offender wrote: 2 > 1 > 3

Pffffffffffffffft.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 07:26 PM Reply

At 6/10/08 07:13 PM, TheMaster wrote: 1 > 3 > 2

I think the 1 should have a bigger ">" after it...


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 07:49 PM Reply

At 6/10/08 08:27 AM, jarrydn wrote: Working at the cinema has killed every ounce of passion I ever had for films.

then try making good movies instead of watching bad ones ;). even good short films are a big help to your passion if its something you want to make.

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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 08:47 PM Reply

Alright, I havn't watched Back to the Future in a long time, but from what I remember it went,

The one with the hoverboards and the guitar playing and stuff > The other one > The shitty cowboy one.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 10th, 2008 @ 11:41 PM Reply

At 6/10/08 08:47 PM, PenisClown wrote: The one with the hoverboards and the guitar playing and stuff > The other one > The shitty cowboy one.

Yes, that's exactly right. 2 > 1 > 3

wait...When you say "guitar playing" do you mean this? cus that's from the first one.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 12:59 AM Reply

I can't remember the difference between the first and the second, they're all molded into one movie in my head. Is it the second one where he wears his pockets outside his pants and rides a hoverboard? And which one has the horse betting book thing? I really can't remember.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 02:35 AM Reply

Where the fuck did you get Clerks from?


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 04:41 AM Reply

I can't seem to find it in my whole state.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 06:27 AM Reply

At 6/11/08 06:11 AM, Xtesh wrote: Maybe Kevin Smith just felt like telling one state at random to go fuck itself.

Possible. Have you seen An Evenening with Kevin Smith? I really enjoyed it, and the sequel.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 06:53 AM Reply

I just saw baby momma a few weeks ago and it was soooo funny

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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 07:00 AM Reply

At 6/11/08 02:19 AM, Xtesh wrote: RECENTLY WATCHED

-Iron Man
Not really much to say. Had the wrong villain, Captain America's shield was shown in Tony's lab/garage/workplace, and Samuel L. Jackson declared that an Avengers movie was coming out.
It seems more like Marvel trying to unify their movies into a single coherent universe like the comics more than anything else.

It is a bad thing for you that Marvel are linking movies? I'm not going to argue with the wrong villain bit but Iron Monger provided a decent introduction to the character. Captain America's sheild was on Stark's desk? Are you sure.... If it was, it shouldnt have been, they havent met yet (well... there's always mail order).. As I thoight that Samuel Jackson's appearence as Nick Fury to announce an oppurtunity for an Avengers sequel was great. I personally would like to see a crossover movie at some point. I think that its about time that the films announced the existance of Earth 616 about now.... But of course, keeping it simple.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 07:06 AM Reply

At 6/11/08 07:02 AM, Xtesh wrote:
At 6/11/08 06:27 AM, PenisClown wrote:
Possible. Have you seen An Evenening with Kevin Smith? I really enjoyed it, and the sequel.
Yes, it was better than I (a huge Aviewaskewniverse fan) thought a Q&A could be. Drugs, Dora the Explorer, and making light of Jesus' crucification never worked so well before.

I couldn't help laughing at all the nerdy looking people going though. Don't any cool people like Kevin Smith?

Any news on the third one? I remember news of release dates around March, but not much since.

Fuck, I didn'tk now about that.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 08:30 AM Reply

At 6/11/08 02:19 AM, Xtesh wrote: - Amelie

That was a good movie.

Audrey Tatou...mmmm
-I Am Legend

I thought it was okay.

Also, here are some of the greatest movies that I own.

I can hardly see anything in that picture.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 09:04 AM Reply

I love talking about movies...I have made a life-long commitment to see every single movie to win best picture and then compare them to the nominees...a lot of these movies are amazing...I loved
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Driving Miss Daisy
The Godfather (1 and 2)
Annie Hall
Amadeus
A Beautiful Mind
The Apartment
Gone With the Wind
Marty
Ben-Hur
The Shawshank Redemption
Kramer vs. Kramer
The Silence of the Lambs
On Golden Pond

Dissapointments...
Forrest Gump (two hour long Hallmark card, Shawshank is better)
Chariots of Fire (Boring, horrible music, manipulative, confusing, On Golden Pond is better)
Shakespear in Love (not too bad, but Saving Private Ryan is better)
Laurence Oliver's Hamlet (BBBBBOOOOOOOOORRRRRRRIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNGG GGG)

That's my schtick for now, I probably will get back to this list later when I see some more movies


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 09:14 AM Reply

At 6/11/08 09:04 AM, tapeboy wrote: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
The Godfather (1 and 2)
The Shawshank Redemption
The Silence of the Lambs
Forrest Gump

Those are all great.

At 6/11/08 09:04 AM, tapeboy wrote: Amadeus

I saw that a lot as a child, but I don't remember it well.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 09:24 AM Reply

movies make the world go round*

its a way of life to most.

all tv, movies, games, anything to do with an image projector.

ive seen alot of the new movies that came out in the past few weeks,

one that sucked was meet the spartans.
one that was good- harold and kuhmar escape from guantanamo bay.
one that was decent - the eye
iron man was great!
10,000 bc was cool.
the new hulk looks awesome,.

i dunno theres so much to talk about :)
i dunno i like cinema's. they have to have a good plot


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 09:39 AM Reply

Yeah, I shat bricks when I saw the ad for the new Hulk. It's going to be fucking horrible.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 03:03 PM Reply

At 6/8/08 06:46 AM, PenisClown wrote: A Clockwork Orange
Brilliant in every way, this movie has changed my life. My absolute favourite, it's captured me completely. I much prefer the first half, those classic scenes and lines. The Nadsat is brilliant, it makes the movie. Kubrick did a great job with the camera too. The opening is my favourite scene, but the rest does not dissapoint. The slow motion scene where Alex attacks Dim and George is also among my favourites, aswell as the rape scene and the fast motion sex scene. Gody, godly, godly work. Unbeatable. <3. 10/10

It´s really a masterpiece for it´s day, and still is i guess. It´s got a very unique feel to the movie that not alot of other movies have. Like you say, it has alot of very good scenes, like the slow motion fight and the fast motion sex scene. Music always seemed to fit in pretty damn perfect aswell. This movie does not dissapoint :D Glad you liked it!

Donnie Darko (Rewatch)

I saw Donnie Darko about 4 or 5 years ago, and i can´t remember it much, but i do remember liking it some what :3

Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (Rewatch)
This blew me away, I really got into the story. 8/10.

Being the huge FF fan that i am, i loved this movie. I´d give it a 10/10, but that´s just me ;P

2001: A Space Oddysey
Determined to get into Kubrick, I rented this movie. Unfortunately I was unable to retain consciousness throughout it. It was that boring.
I have a feeling I will really appreciate it next time I watch it.

I want to see this movie, even though everyone says it´s boring, i think it could be kinda good. I´m gonna try and get my hands on this one.

The Number 23
Great stuff, with a really great story, with a really good twist at the end. Jim Carey doesn't do what he does best, but he still does it well. 8/10

Not seen it yet, but from what you said, i´ll check it out.

I haven´t seen many movies in the past week, so i´m gonna have to have a film fest soon. Maybe weekend.

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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 03:26 PM Reply

At 6/11/08 09:39 AM, PenisClown wrote: Yeah, I shat bricks when I saw the ad for the new Hulk. It's going to be fucking horrible.

Yeah, Ed Norton really seems to be a bit of a poor choice to play Bruce Banner, since it's clear all the movie's aiming for is GRAGH ACTION!

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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 03:53 PM Reply

At 6/11/08 02:19 AM, Xtesh wrote: Also, here are some of the greatest movies that I own.

Hi, I'm David, I'm here to steal your idea.

With a few TV shows thrown in for good measure.

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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 04:39 PM Reply

At 6/11/08 03:53 PM, TheMaster wrote: With a few TV shows thrown in for good measure.

lmao, tremors was a great movie, lol. I actually watched it about a month ago on tele. The monsters weren´t too bad for it´s day.

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At 6/11/08 04:39 PM, Life-Stream wrote: lmao, tremors was a great movie, lol. I actually watched it about a month ago on tele. The monsters weren´t too bad for it´s day.

Tremors is brilliant. Burt Gummer is my hero.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 04:56 PM Reply

At 6/11/08 04:50 PM, TheMaster wrote: Tremors is brilliant. Burt Gummer is my hero.

lmao. It´s all about Kevin Bacon Sandwich.

Apart from in sleepers, fuckin pedo XD

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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 05:04 PM Reply

*Joins*

I like far too many films to name a favorite. My list of favorites however, would definatley include;

Fight Club
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
The Shawshank Redemption
Space Jam
8 Mile
Snatch
Lock Stock
Thirteen
This Is England
Gone In 60 Seconds

Plus a few more that I've temporarily forgotten.


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Response to Cinema Club Jun. 11th, 2008 @ 05:08 PM Reply

At 6/11/08 05:04 PM, DannyIsOnFire wrote: Fight Club
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
The Shawshank Redemption
Space Jam
8 Mile
Snatch
Lock Stock
Thirteen
This Is England
Gone In 60 Seconds

Welcome aboard. Some good movies there. Not too sure about space jam though :/