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Originally Posted by ash_is_the_gal
this was my 1000th post
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Hellraiser (1987) - 4/5

Hellraiser 2: Hellbound (1988) - 5/5



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Arenít we all different, what I consider perfect or a classic, Iím pretty sure the next person doesnít. I donít think FD3 is a classic, but watching the movie there was nothing I would change, nothing I didnít like about the movie so therefore thatís how I got my 5/5. What I think, what I believe, what I feel about movies, whatever, is different from all of you on this board, I think the movie is a 5/5 ok, I never said it was a classic and if I did so what, you might look at me putting 5/5 as saying the movie is a classic, but I donít. We are on different levels, different ways of thinking, we perceive things differently, so just let it be. I still stand aside with my FD3 5/5 a great movie perfect nothing I would change about it, a classic no.

There are a lot of movies that I consider 5/5 being that there was nothing I would change about the movie, then there are some movies I would consider classic and Iím pretty sure most of you would say not. So whatís the point of this again.



Cabin Fever-


About what i was expecting, some was a bit predictable and some was quite good. I liked the fact that the disease technically killed no-one though some of it played out a bit too easily.
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And today I watched 9 episodes of "Freaks and Geeks" and was finally able to get my grubby (no pun intended) little hands on "Life in the Undergrowth" and watched all 5 parts. Amazing stuff. Some of it really freaked me out. And man, wasps are ********.

Golg, you gotta keep me informed of when they do another similar production. It takes me a while to get 'em in the US, but man do I love 'em.
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Originally Posted by hazii-One
So whatís the point of this again.
Just a bit of discussion. That's why we come here right? . Besides, what good is having an opinon if no one disagrees with it? In fact, if everyone agreed, I guess there would be no such thing as an opinon.
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Originally Posted by OG-
Alphaville
And...?



Anywho.

The Thin Red Line, A+
1998 - Terrence Malick

The New World, B
2005 - Terrence Malick

Layer Cake, A
2004 - Matthew Vaughn



In Soviet America, you sue MPAA!
Originally Posted by Ezikiel
And...?
I dug it. It was my first, and incredibly late, introduction to Godard and I liked it. I'd by lying if I said I could explain every single event in the movie, but it had a tremendeous sense of humor and style.



Originally Posted by Ezikiel
The Thin Red Line, A+
1998 - Terrence Malick
That movie's dopely satifying in many ways. Faaaaaaaa' sho'.
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Originally Posted by hazii-One
Arenít we all different, what I consider perfect or a classic, Iím pretty sure the next person doesnít. I donít think FD3 is a classic, but watching the movie there was nothing I would change, nothing I didnít like about the movie so therefore thatís how I got my 5/5. What I think, what I believe, what I feel about movies, whatever, is different from all of you on this board, I think the movie is a 5/5 ok, I never said it was a classic and if I did so what, you might look at me putting 5/5 as saying the movie is a classic, but I donít. We are on different levels, different ways of thinking, we perceive things differently, so just let it be. I still stand aside with my FD3 5/5 a great movie perfect nothing I would change about it, a classic no.

There are a lot of movies that I consider 5/5 being that there was nothing I would change about the movie, then there are some movies I would consider classic and Iím pretty sure most of you would say not. So whatís the point of this again.
Blah-blah-blah. That sounds like a bunch of hogwash. Next tme you're thinking about whether or not a movie is a classic just ask me, alright? I'm the big-dog that makes these sorts of decisions. I do them here, there, and over there too. I make em' and I stick to em'. Anyone that disagrees you send em' to me and I crush them like toothpick on cold Ukranian day. So, now, there shouldn't be any confusion. You come to me or you get crushed.



Originally Posted by PimpDaShizzle V2.0
Blah-blah-blah. That sounds like a bunch of hogwash. Next tme you're thinking about whether or not a movie is a classic just ask me, alright? I'm the big-dog that makes these sorts of decisions. I do them here, there, and over there too. I make em' and I stick to em'. Anyone that disagrees you send em' to me and I crush them like toothpick on cold Ukranian day. So, now, there shouldn't be any confusion. You come to me or you get crushed.
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Originally Posted by hazii-One
So whatís the point of this again?
Quoting the person that you're having this conversation with? Otherwise it gets a little hard to follow...
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A system of cells interlinked
Originally Posted by Tacitus

There's an all-star cast in here somewhere but, as the whole experience is akin to watching a 3D film without the red & green specs while speeding yer nuts off and necking a pint of meths, you'd never be able to tell.

Avoid. Please.

It's the only way to stop this man.

So, so funny. That is a great quote Tac...



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Lord of the Rings : The Fellowship of the Rings Extended Edition

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead
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Driving Miss Daisey 5/5
this was such a great movie...i can't believe it took me so long to see it!
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Originally Posted by OG-
Golg, you gotta keep me informed of when they do another similar production. It takes me a while to get 'em in the US, but man do I love 'em.
Will do. I don't reckon Att and the boys will be churning another big set out anytime soon tho.

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I'm gonna attempt a review once my brain can rearrange itself. Quality oddity. Stood me in fine stead for today's office banality
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