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Postby Elf of Rivendell » Fri Apr 08, 2005 7:23 am

LOTR is happy. Look at how happy Sam looks at his wedding, or Frodo's big, wide smile at the end! But...seriously. Watching the movie at the theater really makes me feel like I'm actually in there. Even in the combat scenes. (Which isn't a bad thing for me, since I've always wanted to grab an Elven sword and wreak some havoc on the orcs.) ;)
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Postby The Top Crusader » Fri Apr 08, 2005 9:27 am

Last I've seen at home was Godzilla Final Wars, which was all in Japanese, which I don't understand much of, so I sped through most of the dialogue.

In theaters... I forget... Hide and Seek or The Incredibles at the dollar theater, maybe? I'm thinking I've been there once since then, though... :-k Constantine... maybe that was after those two...

I might see Sahara tonight or tomorrow... don't know yet.
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Postby DanJackieChan » Fri Apr 08, 2005 10:09 am

In theaters(boy its been a while) The Pacifier
At Home Open Water really pathetic movie do not watch it! But I'll highly recomend The Last Samurai!
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Postby Larry The Pickle » Fri Apr 08, 2005 10:11 am

Now the last movie I saw was Open Water.
In theatre, still the Pacifier.
and on tv, Stargate SG1.
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Postby Chandler » Sat Apr 09, 2005 1:16 am

Frank wrote:Yah know, it's really sad when you can count that amout of movies that you've seen in theatres on one hand. That pretty much sums up my life. I've seen Pocahantas, Finding Nemo, The Passion of the Christ, The Incredibles and....uh...uh...I don't think there's any more. Kinda sad.

If you don't count a few IMAX movies that I've seen over the years, you could count all the times I've watched a movie in a theater on one finger. :lol:

Frank wrote:The last movie I've seen on our infinitesimally small television screen (About 12" across) was...Alfred Hitchcock's Rear Window. (Which was really good, btw.) I'm always boggled when people say that they got a huge 10' flat screen or something...why spend all that money on something that wastes you time? Why not invest in something better like buying your car-less daughter a car? :D

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Postby Lucy Pevensie » Sat Apr 09, 2005 7:26 am

Last movie I watched was National Treasure! Second time I've ever gone to a theater- the movie was SO awesome!!!!!!! 8-[ I was actually going to watch Phantom of the Opera but it didn't work out so we watched National Treasure, and I LOVED IT!!!

I haven't watched COUNTLESS of movies either, but I have watched quite a few.
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Postby Elf of Rivendell » Sat Apr 09, 2005 8:48 am

Yes....*high-fives Hobbit* National Treasure now occupies a prominent place on my all-time, permanent Favorite Movies list.
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Postby Larry The Pickle » Sat Apr 09, 2005 8:50 am

Yes, yes. That movie was filled with Awesomeness, as are most all Jerry B. films.

King Arthur
National Treasure
POTC
The Rock
Bad Boys I & II
Black Hawk Down
Gone In 60 Seconds
Enemy Of The State
Con Air
Pearl Harbor
Armageddon
Days Of Thunder
Top Gun
Crimson Tide
Bad Company
Beveryly Hills Cop I & II
and Remember the Titans.

He has more movies than that, but those are his ones that have the most awesomeness!
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Postby DanJackieChan » Sat Apr 09, 2005 10:10 am

The One Hobbit wrote:
I haven't watched COUNTLESS of movies either, but I have watched quite a few.


is that in theaters? If so me too. In theaters I've only seen Chicken Run, Star Wars Episode II, The Day After Tommarow, Hero, LOTR ROTK, National Treasure, The Pacifier, I Robot, Spider Man2, King Arthur, The Forgotton, Atlantis, Sky Captain, ..... uhh... thats all I can Remember... ooo The Passion too. But if your talking movies period..... I 've seen about, say, Two Thousand. Literaly.
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Postby The Top Crusader » Sat Apr 09, 2005 10:41 am

Jman 009 wrote:Yes, yes. That movie was filled with Awesomeness, as are most all Jerry B. films.

King Arthur
National Treasure
POTC
The Rock
Bad Boys I & II
Black Hawk Down
Gone In 60 Seconds
Enemy Of The State
Con Air
Pearl Harbor
Armageddon
Days Of Thunder
Top Gun
Crimson Tide
Bad Company
Beveryly Hills Cop I & II
and Remember the Titans.

He has more movies than that, but those are his ones that have the most awesomeness!


I haven't seen, or I'm not fond, of some of those (this means YOU, King Arthur!) but, you have to remember, Jerry Brucheimer also di the horribly atrocious Batman movies at the end of the last Batman movie run a while back... [-(

But he does do a really good job on other films, no question.
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Postby Larry The Pickle » Sat Apr 09, 2005 2:56 pm

He did!!!?? :-s Which ones?! I didn't know that! I know he has atrociously bad movies such as "Flashdance", and "Cayote Ugly"... but, I thought all the Batman movies were good whether he did them or not! [-X
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Postby SPARKLES » Tue Apr 12, 2005 4:59 pm

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Postby Andrea Meltsner » Tue Apr 12, 2005 7:41 pm

In the Movie theater? uhh Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, before that it was How the Grince Stole Chritmass. there is a wierd story involving both of those days, how strange.
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Postby Larry The Pickle » Tue Apr 12, 2005 8:01 pm

I am watching Whose Line Is It Anyway? as I'm typing this.
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Postby jollyholiday » Tue Apr 12, 2005 9:02 pm

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Postby Jessicado » Wed Apr 13, 2005 12:38 am

AndreaMeltsner wrote:In the Movie theater? uhh Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, before that it was How the Grince Stole Chritmass. there is a wierd story involving both of those days, how strange.


Could the wierd story's involve an addiction to Jim Carrey?

I went and saw National Treasure because I was forced, and have to admit it was a lot better than I thought it would be.
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Postby Andrea Meltsner » Wed Apr 13, 2005 8:00 am

jessicado wrote:
AndreaMeltsner wrote:In the Movie theater? uhh Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, before that it was How the Grince Stole Chritmass. there is a wierd story involving both of those days, how strange.


Could the wierd story's involve an addiction to Jim Carrey?


sadly no. they either involve snow storms or trips to the emegancy room.
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Postby One I Froggy » Thu Apr 21, 2005 9:29 pm

Ok, seeing as how I go to the movies almost twice a week, I have two new ones to post.
First, National Treasure. That one was awesome. And im usually not a big fan of Nicolas Cage.

Then, Sahara. It was soooooooo good. I cant wait until it come out on video...I am buying it right a way. I laughed throught the whole thing, I almost peed my pants. It was wonderful, fantastic, stundous, extraordinary. Very very good. Now im trying to read the book, but i dont like it. There are no pics of Matthew McConaughey in it.

I also just recently bought Finding Neverland. Its pretty good.
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Postby dancer02248 » Thu Apr 21, 2005 9:39 pm

Well, in theatres i saw Guess Who, and In Good Company, and at home, i've recently seen Finding Neverland, and Fried Green Tomatoes. But i don't go to the movies that much cause i'm too cheap :D
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Postby One I Froggy » Thu Apr 21, 2005 9:52 pm

I loved In Good Company, I thought it was really good. Im starting to really like Topher Grace.
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