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Shrek The Third
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Janina wrote:
@Jetpack-guy: I nearly banned you because I was so shocked when I read this! :gnnn:

:lol:

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Let's see... does anybody know My Girl? I hate this movie, but I know some really love it.

OH MY GOD THE BEE STINGS! I don't think I've ever cried so much at a Macaulay Culkin movie, before or since. ;)
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Caribou wrote:
Janina wrote:
@Jetpack-guy: I nearly banned you because I was so shocked when I read this! :gnnn:

:lol:

Janina wrote:
Let's see... does anybody know My Girl? I hate this movie, but I know some really love it.

OH MY GOD THE BEE STINGS! I don't think I've ever cried so much at a Macaulay Culkin movie, before or since. ;)



Oh yeah same here. That is one of the saddest things I've ever seen...I cried my eyes out when he dies! I love that movie though...

Anyways, I rank Shrek the Third a 4/10.
The jokes weren't that great, the dialogue wasn't great either.
I feel they could have made it better if they spent more time on it.
Personally, I felt they shouldn't have made sequels to Shrek because the original was the best one.


007: Goldeneye
And I don't really care if you think I'm strange, I'm not gonna change, and I don't give a damn about my bad reputation! -Joan Jett, Bad Reputation 1980

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Oh yeah same here.

That was meant kinda tongue-in-cheek. :P
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7/10 @bellaXraven

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Ninja Warrior is just one of those shows you watch to see failure, not success.

2001: A Space Odyssey?
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9/10

Aqua Tenn Hunger Force
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I hate adult swim, and everything thing on that gay ass channel. The shows arent funny, and even "good" shows like robot chicken make me go out and kill a cow. :weapon:

MANswers
(i watched half of one episode and shoved my remote threw the tv :wall: )
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9/10 (its about time someone posted here)

The Home Shopping Channel
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Seriously? That's not even worthy of my vote. :huffy:

Spaced?
...That was a lie.

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Spaced?

One of the few TV shows in history that's worth buying a brand new TV and DVD player for, even if you're homeless. A true flawless classic. 10/10.

Twin Peaks?
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I saw about three episodes of Twin Peaks a few years ago. I mostly remember the pilot episode, which I really enjoyed. I loved the story and Lynch's directing was just beautiful.

From what I've seen from the show, I'll give it a 9/10.

The Wire?
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3/10 not really into HBO dramas

Meet The Spartans
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0/10
One of the worst films I have ever seen in my life. Friedberg and Seltzer really need to stop making movies.

This is Spinal Tap.
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Caribou wrote:
One of the few TV shows in history that's worth buying a brand new TV and DVD player for, even if you're homeless. A true flawless classic. 10/10.

Not often I get to say something like that twice in a row. :D Even the extra film they stitched together from deleted scenes is better than most other movies.

Troll Hunter?
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I really liked it! It's an interesting new twist to the usual found footage movies. It feels more like a really strange wildlife documentary than a horror movie.

8,5/10

Super 8?
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No, I won't add more body shapes, band shirts or sports trikots. Really.


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7/10

Jackass 3.5
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I hate this fuckin movie. I dont see why everyone loves jackass so much, but i hate it. I dont think people getting hurt is funny

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It's a been a while since I saw it, but I remember it as a really good movie. I don't usually think much of James Franco, but his performance in this was probably his best. And it has some really intense scenes,
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like when he's cutting his nerve.
8.2/10

The Thing prequel from 2011?
...That was a lie.


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Dear god, The Thing (2011) was horrible. They say it was a prequel, but it turned out to be an incredible shitty remake of a classic. I probably wouldn't dislike it so much if they hadn't cheaped out of some real nice practical effects, and gone for some of the shitiest and lazy CGI in a non straight to DVD release. 3/10

When You're Strange?
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6/10. I really like The Doors, but this documentary was pretty 'meh.'

Van Helsing?
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4/10
it was reasonable

Green Lantern (2011)?
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3/10. One of the worst superhero movies I've ever seen. I had nothing against Renolds' performance, but the movie as a whole movie was just terrible.

(500) Days of Summer?
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Dogzilla wrote:
6/10. I really like The Doors, but this documentary was pretty 'meh.'

Really?! Personally I look at it as more of a visual biography of the band, by the band, and that's probably why I love it so much. Plus I saw it in theaters and seeing Morrison on the big screen will do something to you. :lol:
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(500) Days of Summer?

I really liked that movie. It was real sweet. Zooey Deschanel (before she became annoying) and Joseph Gordan-Levitt were great in it. 7.5/10

Hardboiled?
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Really?! Personally I look at it as more of a visual biography of the band, by the band, and that's probably why I love it so much. Plus I saw it in theaters and seeing Morrison on the big screen will do something to you. :lol:

Part of the reason I was rather disspointed with the movie was the fact that Jim's drug and alchohol abuse is common knowledge, especially to a fan of The Doors, and yet it seems to be the basic plot of this movie. The narrator mentions his drug and alchohol abuse repitively for about 80% of the movie. It would be much better if the movie focused more on the talent and charisma of Jim and the rest of the band, rather than Jim's addictions. Also, the film could have used more interviews from people who personally knew Jim and the band.

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Hardboiled?

Not a bad movie; I'd give it 7.5/10.

A Clockwork Orange?
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Dogzilla wrote:
Part of the reason I was rather disspointed with the movie was the fact that Jim's drug and alchohol abuse is common knowledge, especially to a fan of The Doors, and yet it seems to be the basic plot of this movie. The narrator mentions his drug and alchohol abuse repitively for about 80% of the movie. It would be much better if the movie focused more on the talent and charisma of Jim and the rest of the band, rather than Jim's addictions. Also, the film could have used more interviews from people who personally knew Jim and the band.

Well like I said, the film seems to be more of a bio. pic of the band, not just a documentary. And Jim's drug and alcohol use was a major part of his and the band's talent and charisma. ;) It had its ups and its downs. But whatever, man. At least you gave it shot, man.
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A Clockwork Orange: 7.6/10

Monty Python's flying circus
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9.5/10. One of the funniest (if not the funniest) shows of all time.

Boardwalk Empire?
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these European Shows have weird titles
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these European Shows have weird titles

Boardwalk Empire isn't european...
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