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A Nightmare on Elm Street 3 - Dream Warriors

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Mr. Worm wrote:
Check-Mate wrote:Especially for a Russian Movie?
PRAYTELL!
What do you mean by THAT?
Well, I just mean that since their budget is a fraction of Hollywood blockbusters (like $3 million US instead of $50+ million), the special effects are really good.
I have you know our budgets are just fine.
And there's more to a movie then special effects and explosions.
Hollywood blows things way out of proportion.
At least our movies are realistic, and about the storyline. They're intellectual and thought provoking.
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Check-Mate wrote:
Mr. Worm wrote:
Check-Mate wrote:Especially for a Russian Movie?
PRAYTELL!
What do you mean by THAT?
Well, I just mean that since their budget is a fraction of Hollywood blockbusters (like $3 million US instead of $50+ million), the special effects are really good.
I have you know our budgets are just fine.
And there's more to a movie then special effects and explosions.
Hollywood blows things way out of proportion.
At least our movies are realistic, and about the storyline. They're intellectual and thought provoking.
But what the hell is the point in that? I mainly watch a movie to see people getting blown up, chicks flashing their tits, and Harrison Ford being pissed off. And so should everyone else.
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Check-Mate wrote:
Mr. Worm wrote:
Check-Mate wrote:Especially for a Russian Movie?
PRAYTELL!
What do you mean by THAT?
Well, I just mean that since their budget is a fraction of Hollywood blockbusters (like $3 million US instead of $50+ million), the special effects are really good.
I have you know our budgets are just fine.
And there's more to a movie then special effects and explosions.
Hollywood blows things way out of proportion.
At least our movies are realistic, and about the storyline. They're intellectual and thought provoking.
Sorry, didn't mean to touch a nerve.

However, this movie NEEDED to have good special effects just because they were capturing a Sci-Fi/Fantasy novel onto film. And they did a good job.

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Thunderdog wrote:
Check-Mate wrote:
Mr. Worm wrote: Well, I just mean that since their budget is a fraction of Hollywood blockbusters (like $3 million US instead of $50+ million), the special effects are really good.
I have you know our budgets are just fine.
And there's more to a movie then special effects and explosions.
Hollywood blows things way out of proportion.
At least our movies are realistic, and about the storyline. They're intellectual and thought provoking.
But what the hell is the point in that? I mainly watch a movie to see people getting blown up, chicks flashing their tits, and Harrison Ford being pissed off. And so should everyone else.
I agree completely.
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Thunderdog wrote:
Check-Mate wrote:
Mr. Worm wrote: Well, I just mean that since their budget is a fraction of Hollywood blockbusters (like $3 million US instead of $50+ million), the special effects are really good.
I have you know our budgets are just fine.
And there's more to a movie then special effects and explosions.
Hollywood blows things way out of proportion.
At least our movies are realistic, and about the storyline. They're intellectual and thought provoking.
But what the hell is the point in that? I mainly watch a movie to see people getting blown up, chicks flashing their tits, and Harrison Ford being pissed off. And so should everyone else.
You forgot about the ninja-pirates and Chuck Norris... D:
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wardrich wrote:
Thunderdog wrote:
Check-Mate wrote: I have you know our budgets are just fine.
And there's more to a movie then special effects and explosions.
Hollywood blows things way out of proportion.
At least our movies are realistic, and about the storyline. They're intellectual and thought provoking.
But what the hell is the point in that? I mainly watch a movie to see people getting blown up, chicks flashing their tits, and Harrison Ford being pissed off. And so should everyone else.
You forgot about the ninja-pirates and Chuck Norris... D:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MyBu4OFPmug

That scene alone makes Harrison Ford more manly than Chuck Norris. But yeah, I did forget ninja-pirates and Bruce Willis.
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Wormy: I'm just teasing you. It was probably low budget just because it was a low budget film. But Russia has huge budget films too.
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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
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Debbie Does Dallas
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Oceans Therteen - it sucks
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wardrich wrote:Debbie Does Dallas
Great film. It's really touching, provocative, and powerful.

In my pants.
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Thunderdog wrote:
wardrich wrote:Debbie Does Dallas
Great film. It's really touching, provocative, and powerful.

In my pants.
XD. I felt it had to be added, though it wasn't the last movie I actually watched. I did watch it back in grade like 11, though. hahahahaha. Me and my friends turned it into the best comedy flick EVER.
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god, the last movie i watched was the goriest movie of all time...
Peter jackson's BRAINDEAD

gotta love peter jackson's "gory" days
One time I had a Jack and coke and it had a lime in it, And I saw that the lime was floating. That's good news man. Next time I'm on a boat and it capsizes, I'll reach for a lime... I'll be water skiing without a life preserver and people'll say 'What the hell?' and I'll pull out a lime...and a lemon too. I'm saved by the buoyancy of citrus.
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I just saw Banlieue 13 - great move, real action
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The Reaping - It was a very catching movie
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I saw Reign Over Me with Adam Sandler, nice movie , great actor
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Adam Sandler owns, man! :D

I just got trough "Shaun of the Dead"! Hilarious!
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Yeah.
The boy with the cold water is one is one of my fav.
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The Zodiac. It was a disappointment.
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