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Doctor Zhivago,1965.

I fell asleep, sorry folks.
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Dosraider wrote:
Gamer_V wrote: Final Destination 3. Fun for what it was.
Ah, have seen 1 and 2, seen better , seen worse, same comment.
The first is usually the best movie, except in the case of Star Wars, The Godfather, and more recently the Saw series :D
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Bubble boy
To avoid.
Even the kids didn't like it.
Says enough.
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I agree Bubble Boy was considerably crap movie, actually it was about as bad as this:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119137/

I will admit it's not his best movie, by a long shot!
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I saw WALL-E that movie with the robot thing.

The first half hour or so (mislead by the very high ratings at IMDB) I thought it would be a REAL avant garde kind of film where all humans went extinct by their own filth and only one garbage collecting robot existed to clean up the mess as he was programmed to until his batteries ran out and he too would die. Then some alien would come down and visit Earth millions of years later and learn how humans destroyed themselves by scanning WALL-E's memory. The Alien would then leave thinking the planet was lifeless but there in the distance.... the camera would pan to a small plant growing despite the uninhabitable conditions. The alien tilt it's head and wonder whether to take it as a specimen or let it live and give Mother earth another chance.... THE END

MAN was I wrong :(
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Lolz@Steve.
Been smoking weird grass again?
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dosraider wrote:Lolz@Steve.
Been smoking weird grass again?
Same grass you've been smoking for years :D
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Steve: That's far too badass and avant garde for a Pixar film... but I think you're onto something.
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wardrich wrote:Steve: That's far too badass and avant garde for a Pixar film... but I think you're onto something.
Thanks Wardrich! :)

I knew I couldn't expect that kind of a movie out of Pixar but since the critics were acclaiming it so much and it was rated number 32 on IMDB I thought maaaaybe it'd be good as Ratatouille atleast. Still a fun movie to watch though once or twice at most.

What really puzzled me was how they used live action footage of real humans in the videos and then made a switch to animated versions of humans. What was with that? :(
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WALL-E sounds a bit as Wally, can't be so good.
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The land before time
Animation.
Dinos must find a new home land.
If you're a kid you gonna love it, my offspring did, and I got some rest for a while.
If you're +12 avoid it.
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dosraider wrote:The land before time
Animation.
Dinos must find a new home land.
If you're a kid you gonna love it, my offspring did, and I got some rest for a while.
If you're +12 avoid it.
Hmmm... I think I've seen this on Cartoon Network some time ago when I was around 12 or 13. It was pretty good. Got pretty emotional when they all went extinct :(

And wait... your offspring?! You mean....you're a... dad?? :o
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Steve Chris wrote:And wait... your offspring?! You mean....you're a... dad?? :o
As my kids all are grownups now I'm also .... granddad.
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:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
I honestly can't believe that Steve didn't know this little fact...and that's even when the old guru posted pictures of grandchildren and stated a few thousand times that he was babysitting them.

The Land Before Time and Dinotopia were both crap...
Jurassic Park...much much better, especially with the t-rex roaring on 8.1 surround sound :D
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AdamN wrote::laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
I honestly can't believe that Steve didn't know this little fact...and that's even when the old guru posted pictures of grandchildren and stated a few thousand times that he was babysitting them.

The Land Before Time and Dinotopia were both crap...
Jurassic Park...much much better, especially with the t-rex roaring on 8.1 surround sound :D
Ha ha ha love your avatar AdamN :laugh:

And yeah I was a bit shocked to hear all this. I thought dosraider was maybe I dunno... 16 or 18 at most. Good to see he's still very much young at heart :)
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Just watched Bubba Ho-tep http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bubba_Ho-Tep
i quite enjoyed it, very silly but just cool
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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All quiet on the western front
Telly remake from 1979, really good remake.
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Partition

Really really nice movie I caught on TV while flipping channels at night. It's a sad heart breaking tale about the partition of India and Pakistan :(
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