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Post by Silent Majority » 13 Jul 2010, 6:38pm

I recall the Stupids being pretty watchable.
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Post by daredevil » 13 Jul 2010, 7:36pm

I think someone already mentioned this in another thread, but i'll post it again. Predators is a great film. The editing is very good, keeping you interested
all the way to through. There is also a pretty good twist towards the end.


Also, they showed the Machete trailer, can't wait for that one.

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Post by Bankrobber » 13 Jul 2010, 10:24pm

daredevil wrote:I think someone already mentioned this in another thread, but i'll post it again. Predators is a great film. The editing is very good, keeping you interested
all the way to through. There is also a pretty good twist towards the end.


Also, they showed the Machete trailer, can't wait for that one.
Very fast film. The only let up was the Laurence Fishburne interlude.
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Post by 101Walterton » 13 Jul 2010, 11:03pm

I am off to watch Toy Story 3 :mrgreen:

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Post by daredevil » 14 Jul 2010, 12:18am

Bankrobber wrote:
daredevil wrote:I think someone already mentioned this in another thread, but i'll post it again. Predators is a great film. The editing is very good, keeping you interested
all the way to through. There is also a pretty good twist towards the end.


Also, they showed the Machete trailer, can't wait for that one.
Very fast film. The only let up was the Laurence Fishburne interlude.
I 've read on IMDB that a lot of fans thought the Laurence Fishburne sequence was not needed. I liked it. He explained what they found at
the Predator trophy site.

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Post by Bankrobber » 14 Jul 2010, 12:37am

daredevil wrote:
Bankrobber wrote:
daredevil wrote:I think someone already mentioned this in another thread, but i'll post it again. Predators is a great film. The editing is very good, keeping you interested
all the way to through. There is also a pretty good twist towards the end.


Also, they showed the Machete trailer, can't wait for that one.
Very fast film. The only let up was the Laurence Fishburne interlude.
I 've read on IMDB that a lot of fans thought the Laurence Fishburne sequence was not needed. I liked it. He explained what they found at
the Predator trophy site.
I felt the scene was too short, otherwise I didn't have a problem with it. Though if longer it might've slowed down the pace in a big way.
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Post by 101Walterton » 14 Jul 2010, 3:43pm

Little Walterton cried :cry:

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Post by tepista » 14 Jul 2010, 7:00pm

Speaking of Monty Clift, I just saw a pretty good movie that isn't mentioned in the opening of Right Profile. The Heiress (1949) Oliva DeHavilland is the daughter of a millionaire, but she's awkward and shy and guys don't like her. Then Monty comes in all handsome and charming and he asks her to marry him, and her dad is all "motherfucker, you ain't got no job" and she's all "fuck you dad, I love him"
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Post by Dr. Medulla » 14 Jul 2010, 7:02pm

tepista wrote:Speaking of Monty Clift, I just saw a pretty good movie that isn't mentioned in the opening of Right Profile. The Heiress (1949) Oliva DeHavilland is the daughter of a millionaire, but she's awkward and shy and guys don't like her. Then Monty comes in all handsome and charming and he asks her to marry him, and her dad is all "He sure look funny" and she's all "That's Montgomery Clift, honey"
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Post by tepista » 14 Jul 2010, 7:08pm

Olivia won the Oscar for that. Here's some stuff I just found out. She's still alive, and she's the only cast member from Gone With the Wind that's alive. And her sister is Joan Fontaine (Rebecca, Suspicion) and she's still alive too!
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Post by Dr. Medulla » 14 Jul 2010, 7:18pm

tepista wrote:Olivia won the Oscar for that. Here's some stuff I just found out. She's still alive, and she's the only cast member from Gone With the Wind that's alive. And her sister is Joan Fontaine (Rebecca, Suspicion) and she's still alive too!
And yet Pat Hingle is dead. I dunno about this world.
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Post by Flex » 19 Jul 2010, 4:08pm

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Post by Wolter » 19 Jul 2010, 4:27pm

Flex wrote:Bill Murray is pretty cool: http://www.pajiba.com/trade_news/and-no ... -movie.php
Awesome.
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Post by matedog » 19 Jul 2010, 4:29pm

Flex wrote:Bill Murray is pretty cool: http://www.pajiba.com/trade_news/and-no ... -movie.php
I'm sorry, but I call bull shit. Doesn't explain why he did the sequel as well (unless it was some sort of contractual obligation).
Look, you have to establish context for these things. And I maintain that unless you appreciate the Fall of Constantinople, the Great Fire of London, and Mickey Mantle's fatalist alcoholism, live Freddy makes no sense. If you want to half-ass it, fine, go call Simon Schama to do the appendix.

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Post by Wolter » 19 Jul 2010, 4:30pm

matedog wrote:
Flex wrote:Bill Murray is pretty cool: http://www.pajiba.com/trade_news/and-no ... -movie.php
I'm sorry, but I call bull shit. Doesn't explain why he did the sequel as well (unless it was some sort of contractual obligation).
A boatload of cash?
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