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  • Originally posted by oxley View Post
    Don't, the sequel is horrid shit.


    Black Horse Canyon - A wild black stallion called Outlaw frees lots of mares 'cos he likes four-legged hotties, so some cowboys have to try to capture and tame him.

    See, this is what happens when you call a wild stallion "Outlaw"! It's your own bloody fault!
    Mayhem. In a boilersuit.

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    • The Dark Knight Rises - 9/10

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      • Stoker 2013 (9/10) - Thought Park Chan-wook did a superb job on this and its probably my 2nd favorite of his behind Mr. Vengeance. The depth to the film and the color scheme felt almost Kubrickian at times. Only criticism is things seemed to tie to well together at the end and if it remained more ominous it would have hit harder in my opinion.

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        • Originally posted by Midnight-Kroovy View Post
          Stoker 2013 (9/10) - Thought Park Chan-wook did a superb job on this and its probably my 2nd favorite of his behind Mr. Vengeance. The depth to the film and the color scheme felt almost Kubrickian at times. Only criticism is things seemed to tie to well together at the end and if it remained more ominous it would have hit harder in my opinion.
          Troof. It was so marvelously photographed, that it instantly reminded me of the great and meticulous cinematography in pictures like the ones of Fincher & co. It was indeed a great feast for the eyes,a side form the great acting of Wasikowska.


          I predict that Wasikowska will become a great actress someday. She was so hot in that film too.
          Last edited by Santa; 03-19-2013, 05:18 PM.
          "I want this place to go nuts, north, south, east, west, left, right! Activate this dance floor!!"
          Scott Vogel from Terror

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          • Revenge of the Ninja - this is truly a b-movie martial arts flick with some hilarious scenes, and some slowed down, but decent action. Starring Sho Kosugi, watch as he dispatched a ninja star from his belt buckle, after fighting the village people, and after he hits his target, he swag walks away. Watch as a little 4-5 yr old kid gets in a long karate fight with a grown woman, and while you are thinking that she should just grab the boy, and tote him away, that's exactly what she does in the end. Pretty hilarious revenge story here. 7/10

            BKO: Bangkok Knockout - decent movie about a team of martial artists, who are tricked into playing a deadly gameshow after they win a MA tournament. The actors are charismatic, and the martial arts is kinetic, and well choreographed. Lil goofy at times with some of the comedy, but that's just the asian way, I guess. 8/10

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            • Originally posted by Santa Sangre View Post
              I predict that Wasikowska will become a great actress someday. She was so hot in that film too.
              Yeah Wasikowska was great in it, got a great future. I'm a Kidman fan myself since she blew me away in dogville, she gets judged way too harshly by people. Plus I like redheads

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              • Deathstalker (1983)-8/10

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                • Originally posted by Midnight-Kroovy View Post
                  Stoker 2013 (9/10) - Thought Park Chan-wook did a superb job on this and its probably my 2nd favorite of his behind Mr. Vengeance. The depth to the film and the color scheme felt almost Kubrickian at times. Only criticism is things seemed to tie to well together at the end and if it remained more ominous it would have hit harder in my opinion.
                  I've been eagerly awaiting this one for a couple of years now, and I'm really glad that all the reviews I've seen have been very positive.

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                  • Originally posted by Santa Sangre View Post
                    I hope he will make it to the third installment. So to speak for Ian McKellen. He has cancer and is fighting hard to get rid off it.
                    Say WHAT? That fucker better live.

                    Originally posted by yoxodo View Post
                    I knew something was a little off. I guess thats why he sat so still in that scene, so the green-screen gizmo wouldn't interfere with the computer doo-hickey. Either way, he and Mckellan are two awesome geezers and l love seeing them reprise these roles.
                    I love seeing them both in anything. They are both Veterans in the acting department. They blow me away each and every time their on screen. They steal every shot their in, in any film.
                    "Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side, which he never shows to anybody. If, he can help it." -- Mark Twain





                    "I do not see why man should not be just as cruel as nature." -- Adolf Hitler


                    You are a sadistic, volatile and all over out of control internet cruise missile, that's what you are, Oxley.



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                    • "The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey"......The movie is amazing. The vividness of the colors, light, and movement is something to behold. The scenery is absolutely gorgeous. The acting is light, fun, playful, dramatic, and moving while also managing to stay true to the original story. Martin Freeman is great as the younger version of "Bilbo" and is very believable. The merry band of dwarfs are well played and you somehow get to know each of them by the end of the film. Too many to mention but of course the handsome Richard Armitage(Thorin) and sexy Aidan Turner(Kili) are major standouts. Ian McKellen is luminous as "Gandalf" and Hugo Weaving as "Elrond" is splendid once again. It is great to once again see the characters of Elrond, older Bilbo, Sarumon, Galadriel, and Frodo. The esquisite Cate Blanchett back in the role of "Galadriel" is a delight. She portrays that character full of grace, beauty, and mystery!! The scenes with Galadriel and Gandalf are fantastic and I loved seeing actors Blanchett and McKellen in scenes together. The special effects, art direction, music score, cinematography, and makeup effects are all absolutely great. As for the main story, well, apart from doing a prelude that reprises the role of Frodo and older Bilbo Baggins, it pretty much stays true to the text. Also featured are some great action/battle scenes, fun and campy moments, and some nicely done emotional scenes. This first installment of "The Hobbit" is a gem!! Nominated for 3 Academy Awards(visual effects, production design,and makeup), I think this film deserved at least another 4 nominations and a few wins!!

                      10/10

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                      • Originally posted by oxley View Post
                        Say WHAT? That fucker better live.
                        I love seeing them both in anything. They are both Veterans in the acting department. They blow me away each and every time their on screen. They steal every shot their in, in any film.
                        They do. They are like wine, which is getting better and better with every passing year.
                        McKellen was diagnosed prostata cancer six or seven years ago. Actually, he isn't battling it at all, because the disease doesn't get ready to spread and shit.
                        It is under control. Check here.

                        Originally posted by Midnight-Kroovy View Post
                        Yeah Wasikowska was great in it, got a great future. I'm a Kidman fan myself since she blew me away in dogville, she gets judged way too harshly by people. Plus I like redheads

                        I would love to get a blowjob sandwich from both of them.
                        "I want this place to go nuts, north, south, east, west, left, right! Activate this dance floor!!"
                        Scott Vogel from Terror

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                        • Originally posted by yoxodo View Post
                          Panic Room- 7/10- l didn't realise that Jodie Foster's little boy in this is the chick from the Twilight movies, before he/she became a washed-out whore.



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                          • Fish Story
                            Montana Sky
                            Sex and Lies in Sin City: The Ted Binion Scandal

                            An evening full of punk rock saving the world from destruction, ranchers and Mena Suvari's tight little pole-dancing bottom. I enjoyed two of these things.
                            Mayhem. In a boilersuit.

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                            • Originally posted by Boilersuit_Mayhem View Post
                              Fish Story
                              Montana Sky
                              Sex and Lies in Sin City: The Ted Binion Scandal

                              An evening full of punk rock saving the world from destruction, ranchers and Mena Suvari's tight little pole-dancing bottom. I enjoyed two of these things.
                              Which film involves Mena Suvari's tight little pole-dancing bottom?
                              "I want this place to go nuts, north, south, east, west, left, right! Activate this dance floor!!"
                              Scott Vogel from Terror

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                              • Originally posted by Santa Sangre View Post
                                Which film involves Mena Suvari's tight little pole-dancing bottom?
                                Sex and Lies in Sin City: The Ted Binion Scandal
                                Mayhem. In a boilersuit.

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