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    Quote Originally Posted by nayagamj View Post
    Super 8 was amazing. JD just doesn't have a heart!

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    Say it ain't so JD! Say it ain't so JD!!
    Only by living absurdly is it possible to break out of this infinite absurdity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    Say it ain't so JD! Say it ain't so JD!!
    I cry at the drop of a hat...so I have to disagree. But I guess it could be worse...



    How come none of these schmancy reboots of Oz properties ever made the logical jump and made the scarecrow a zombie...after all, he did want a brain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    How come none of these schmancy reboots of Oz properties ever made the logical jump and made the scarecrow a zombie...after all, he did want a brain.
    I don't have an answer to that question. Are you trying to make a monkey out of me?



    Did I tell you peeps that I went to watch the Wizard of Oz anniversary thing a couple years ago. It was all sorts of awesome watching said movie on the big screen. :D
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    Very understated movie. It's available on Netflix instant play. Definitely worth checking out.

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    It was on TV and I was bored so.....



    WOW. Over written/over directed/over dramatized/overacted/over cliched/over scored.... did I miss anything? Oh yeah--it was LONG. Yet somehow I made it through til the end just to see him whack the bad guys.

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    While I don't disagree with you on ANY of your critiques, I still kinda liked that movie. It's like a real long bloated 'MACHETE' without the Mexican agenda, or the sense of humor.
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    I like Werner Herzog and am fascinated with prehistoric art and the origins of humankind so hoped and expected to be blown to bits by this documentary. The cave and drawings were beyond extraordinary, but in spite of this and his and the scientist's holy reverence towards the subject, the production seemed noticeably flat. Werner's personal musings and hypotheses got a little out there at times which both added and subtracted to and from the whole, but I thought the biggest mistake was the score. While the composer may have been reaching for "primitive" by going abstract, it had no flow or feeling and fought with the visuals the whole way through--especially given that the drawings were barely primitive and not abstract at all! A hauntingly beautiful aria (which could've been nice) may have no historical connection to 35,000 year-old cave drawings, but neither does wild free-form violins and cellos.

    Didn't hate it, just disappointed. For such big ratings it left a much smaller emotional impression than some Discovery or History channel docs that I dreamt of for days or even weeks. Sorry Werner, but I may watch it again with the sound down and something else playing behind it. The soundtrack to "Aria" maybe?
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    Val Lewton's Isle of Death.



    I still don't know what to make of it and couldn't get into it. I am a bit sad too because I only have one more Val Lewton Horror movie left and there won't be any new ones for me to watch.
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    The life of two brothers, their families and their struggles as they compete in an MMA (mixed martial arts) tournament. I thought it was pretty good and you don't really have to be an MMA fan to enjoy it since the movie is about family and forgiveness. Don't get me wrong, there is quite a lot of fighting going on in the movie though the MMA in Warrior is about as realistic as the boxing is in Rocky, but it's entertaining and absurdly violent. 7/10



    A Thailand made horror movie, not for the faint of heart. A couple are being haunted by the ghost of a girl, revealing herself in photographs. If you enjoy Asian horror movies like The Ring or The Grudge this is in the same vein and probably just as good. I personally don't really like scary horror movies and only sat through it because of a girl but it was decent enough. 6/10



    We get to follow a pair of crew members waking up from hyper sleep on a spaceship, not knowing their mission or whereabouts. And, of course, there are some monsters on board. It's your standard space monster movie but despite being nothing special it kept me interested enough, and the ending had sort of a little twist. I probably wouldn't recommend watching it with more than moderate expectations though. Check it out if you're a sci-fi fan. 6.5/10

    I also watched Donnie Brasco. I've seen it probably a dozen times already but it's great. One of my favorite gangster movies.


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