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Oh noes ... no more PLZ

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http://www.slashfilm.com/2007/05/19/joh ... e-trailer/
Another Rambo movie.

NO.
Don't , please.

NO.

ZOMFG ... NO.
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This movie's already out here.
It was the top-rated movie last week or something.
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Santa Worm wrote:It was the top-rated movie last week or something.
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The world is full of retards.
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It has a 35% approval rating on Rottentomatoes.com atm:
http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/john_rambo/

Seriously ppl, go watch Juno instead:
http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/juno/
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I was kind of let down by Juno.
It had that "alternative music on mainstream radio" feel...
Some "quirks" seemed way under-developed and just thrown in to make it "arthouse".
And the soundtrack wasn't well matched...
Maybe because i'm a Kimya Dawson fan, and i know the songs...-shrug-

[I don't mean all that as wanky as it sounds, i promise.]

Anyone seen that Beatles one? "Across The Universe" ? What about "Darjeeling...something something" ?

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Post by cyb3r.god3 »

i want to see darjeeling unlimited, looks pretty good. as for Rambo, the 3rd one was just bad. and Juno... well.... im still undecided. though i may pay to see Sweeney Todd again, god that was awesome
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I really enjoyed Juno, but that might just be because some of it was set in St. Cloud, Minnesota - my home town. It was also pretty surprisingly deep - I wasn't expecting that degree of emotional complexity from a teenage chick flick...

FWIW, I don't really like Kimya Dawson or the Moldy Peaches, but they didn't bother me.
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I haven't read this thread almost at all
But I REALLY wanna see Juno and Accross the Universe!
There was another Beetles type movie a long time ago... I'm pretty sure it was called Jude or something. I remember "Hey Jude" being played during the trailers.... I wanna see that one too....
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Nevermind the rest of the thread, started with Rambo .... :(

Hmmm, Beatles, wasn't it Let it be ?
http://beatlesx1.tripod.com/LETITBE/let_it_be.htm

My personal favorite Beatles song must be Help!, long story, don't ask.

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emmzee has killed my topic.
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HAHA
Both of them are ok
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:huh: eh?

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ah!

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The Junta are not happy about this at all. :karate:
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why do you think so?
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How strange, they actually buy DVDs in Burma?
Seriously, it's software pirate paradise over there.
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My friend got back from Thailand about 3 weeks back, and brought back 20 illegally burnt DVDs - they're excellent quality, and sell for about $2 apiece there. I don't see why anyone would buy DVDs there when you can get them for next to nothing.
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That's the point - most of their DVDs are imported from China - hence why it's called, the pirate trade.

(Now imagine if I wasn't talking about DVDs how weird that'd sound..)
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