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OKCOREY wrote:
I watched Ronin last night also, it’s one of those movies if I’m at home by myself I watch it if the rest of family there no.

Hjeh. Got explosions, gunfire, screaming, etc., on teevee…

“Whaddya watching, hun?”

[click, click, click]

“Just some ‘family’ show. It’s… urg… ‘My Little Pony’.”

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Kon-Tiki, the new version.

"The sun, with all those planets revolving around it and dependent on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else in the universe to do." ~ Galileo Galilei

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Mmmm, Kon-Tiki Fried Chicken…

The new version’s extra-crispy, right?

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Detective Picachu, With my daughter. Not terrible but hey it is a kids movie.

I am very impressed with KODI. You will need to googlefu how and what it is though.

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Lightbringer wrote:
Mmmm, Kon-Tiki Fried Chicken…

The new version’s extra-crispy, right?

Cool

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Chicken bones discovered suggest that the Polynesians discovered America before Columbus.

!kontikichicken!

Dang man, you had me lookin’ for a place where I could try that brand and this is what happened.

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No Escape with Owen Wilson. Much better than I thought it would be.

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Detective Picachu, With my daughter. Not terrible but hey it is a kids movie.

I am very impressed with KODI. You will need to googlefu how and what it is though.

I’ve been enjoying the xenon builds lately. The retro game launcher is really impressive!

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Hobo with a Shotgun 2011

Grindhouse is fun mostly. Rose McGowan with a machine-gun leg was a hoot. Zoë Bell made Death Proof look authentically excita-dangerous.

Rutger Hauer is ruggedly menacing in every frame. His haggard, wizened visage in many closeups mirror his inner demons as he decides he is destined to clean up his Hell’s Half Acre, with 00buck 12 gauge. No shortage of scumbags are dispatched deservedly/graphically.

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“Ralph wrecks the internet” on Netflix, not as bad as some of the reviews on IMDB would make you think, really good animation, but typical cookie cutter plot of a quest, that I swear is in every one of these animated movies

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Took the kids to watch Toy Story 4 two nights ago. Was ok but like most series that drag on, I think it’s time Disney hang that one up.

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I just watched “I am Mother” on Netflix.

Seems like every Neftlix-made sci-fi film follows the same dark formula. So much so that you can virtually predict the ending just by seeing that it’s a Netflix made flick.

Someone over there must really like this kind of movie.

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Nocturnal Animals

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Ha! Just finished watching Bad Black.

I have no idea what to think about the movie, but the narrator, VJ Emmie, is hilarious. He’s a one-man Rifftrax.

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Speaking of Rifftrax, lol Big Smile , I recently saw the MST3K version of Mitchell. Had me cracking up! LOL

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Alita: Battle Angel
Great movie! if you like cyberpunk, the books or anything with futuristic settings.. watch it!

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I had no idea this movie existed until recently.

Made for HBO movie starring Fred Ward with Julianne Moore & Clancy Brown. A pulpy noir urban fantasy yarn set in a late 40’s Los Angeles where magic (and mythical creatures) are real. Ward plays detective H. Philip Lovecraft who gets roped into a search for …wait for it….the Necronomicon.

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I just saw...

Phantasm (1979)

It has pretty good music, fitting for a horror film.

Unfortunately, the rest of the movie was terrible.

When I start watching a movie, I generally watch the whole thing.

I felt like abandoning this film repeatedly.

And to think, they made four sequels to this worthless movie!

I will not be watching the sequels.

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cayman wrote:
Alita: Battle Angel

Mmm, I just found a copy lying around somewhere. That and the Mother one should be on my watch-list…

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Phantasm (1979)

Huh… I think I “saw” that movie a bunch of times, but still can’t recall what it’s about, other than Angus Young chasing people around with tres kewl spheres with fondue-forks in front. Pretty sure he drove a hearse, too, for whatever reason.

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Kindle wrote:
Made for HBO movie starring Fred Ward with Julianne Moore & Clancy Brown. A pulpy noir urban yarn set in the late 40’s in a Los Angeles where magic (and mythical creatures) are real. Ward plays detective H. Philip Lovecraft who gets roped into a search for …wait for it….the Necronomicon.

Oooh, that looks interesting! Never heard of it before, either.

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Phantasm (1979)

Huh... I think I "saw" that movie a bunch of times, but still can't recall what it's about, other than Angus Young chasing people around with tres kewl spheres with fondue-forks in front. Pretty sure he drove a hearse, too, for whatever reason.

That's the one!

It was so bad it reminded me of Halloween III: Season of the Witch (1982), but that movie actually had decent actors in it.

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At least H3 was (unintentionally?) hilarious. The kid’s head turning into bugs had me practically rolling on the floor laffing.

And it was nice to see Daniel O’Herlihy landing on his feet when Silver Shamrock went under, and getting a job at OCP.

And here at work, the October 20somethings always has me chanting the “X more days to Hallowe’en” ditty, much to the annoyance of everyone around me.

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Last Halloween, I was singing that song to my family as well.

It got stuck in my head!

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Kindle wrote:
Made for HBO movie starring Fred Ward with Julianne Moore & Clancy Brown. A pulpy noir urban yarn set in the late 40’s in a Los Angeles where magic (and mythical creatures) are real. Ward plays detective H. Philip Lovecraft who gets roped into a search for …wait for it….the Necronomicon.

Oooh, that looks interesting! Never heard of it before, either.

It’s on Amazon Prime streaming.

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I saw The Loved Ones (2009).

I don't usually watch two movies in one day, but I did today.

The film was okay.

Parts of the movie are slow, and other parts brutally violent and disturbing.

Don't let the kids see this one!

At least the movie wasn't stupid like the other one I saw today.

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Parts of the movie are slow, and other parts brutally violent and disturbing.

Don’t let the kids see this one!

Pfft. Works wonders sometimes.

“You better behave, or else!”

“Or else what?”

“Remember the girl in the movie with the belt-sander??”

“Eep!”

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I’ve recently watched Vertical Limit again. The last time I saw this movie was in 2008.

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Great movie. Strongly recommend.

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