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    I just REALLY hope our local theater gets it so I don't have to drive to see it.

    That review just set it for sure that I need to see it in theater.

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    our theater got it- nice. Sunday Mat sounds good to me.
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    Watched Zombieland last night - absolutely loved it.
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    Such a good movie.

    If you like oddball humor check out Mystery Team. It's from the Derrick Comedy group on youtube. They all pretty much have jobs all around nbc these days.
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    Whoever directed and greenlighted Boondock Saints II should be castrated. What an aweful POS that was. I didn't even make it halfway in. Horrific.

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    it was the same guy that did the first movie.
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    It wasn't near as good as the first one but it was at least watchable.

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    'The Collecter' was pretty good. Pretty much a mash up of Saw, People Under The Stairs, and Scream. Nicely paced, good amount of gore, and suspenseful enough. It didn't really break into new territory at all...just followed the horror genre formula to a tee. Definitely watchable.

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    That's always been on my list to see but keeps getting pushed back in fear that it is just another b rated horror movie with crap acting.
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    actually the acting is pretty decent. It has the blonde wife (Janet) from Rescue Me in it, she's pretty good and the Arkin guy isn't half bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lefteyewilly View Post
    'The Collecter' was pretty good. Pretty much a mash up of Saw, People Under The Stairs, and Scream. Nicely paced, good amount of gore, and suspenseful enough. It didn't really break into new territory at all...just followed the horror genre formula to a tee. Definitely watchable.
    Haha, very similar to my review two pages back.
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    Watched The Collector last night. It had a lot of potential but there was no substance. Full of gruesome and creative (some cookie cutter) death but lacked motivation which really made it hard to root for or hate anybody.

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    yeah, immediately after my review, i went back a couple pages and saw yours.

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    I tried to watch "In the Name of the King: A Dungeon Siege Tale".

    It's an Uwe Boll film, which should tell you everything about it, but I was curious about it because it had so many recognizable actors (Ray Liotta, Ron Perlman, Jason Stahlman, Burt Reynolds, Lelee Sobieski).

    I lost interest after 10 minutes of watching it, and kept it in the background while working....man, even without watching it it's a bad movie. The soundtrack is painful... it never stops, I think the entire movie has "dramatic epic" background music; almost no silent scenes or just dialogue scenes.

    With the cast he had, I think even a monkey could have directed a decent movie.
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    I heard his new movie is actually watchable.
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    I watched The Box reluctantly. It was better that I thought it would be and took a fairly unexpected twist. It's really a better 1970's period piece than it is a thriller but decent over all. Of course I hate all endings and this one's is no exception.

    Repo Men. Meh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WannaBe_80z View Post
    I heard his new movie is actually watchable.
    ill believe it when someone else sees it.
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    The Expendables is the newest movie that i saw.

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    So what's good one people's recent movie list?

    I just saw Happiness Runs a couple nights ago and I was really hoping for something amazing. What it turned out to be was an hour and a half experimental movie with not a lot of substance. The whole communal living and that era fascinate me so I had high hopes for it but was sadly let down. Visually it was interesting and it had a lot of potential in a lot of areas but they only touched upon too many subjects and never followed through with anything.

    Anyone know of any good films related to that subject matter?
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    iv been watching a few indie type movies

    rocket science, assassination of a highschool president.

    also some really terrible movies.

    i picked up afro samurai directors cut for $3 so that was awesome.
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    Just watched the documentary Killing Pablo. Very interesting.
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    The Box, Killing Pablo. Two good ones.

    Just saw Machete. Was pretty entertaining for the first half. Kind of ran out of gimmicks and got boring from there.
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