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    Just now I watched The Grudge 2. A very typical horror movie that is disconnected to no end, fails miserably to conjoin the events that take place and has characters with the depth of a cardboard box. Shitty, shitty movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie Monster View Post
    Yesterday night I watched The League of the Extraordinary Gentlemen... it was very ordinary
    And boring.

    I started watching Employee of the month last night, but I fell asleep.

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    Very Bad Things, crazy movie.
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    Jesus Camp. It was... disturbing, to say the least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Necromagus View Post
    Jesus Camp. It was... disturbing, to say the least.
    Very funny though.
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    Last night I saw The Protector, which was pretty good. A Thai martial artist travels to Sydney in search of his 'family' of elephants, only to uncover this big circle of gangsters who actually own the police department there. Making his life miserable. Oh, did I mention that the action/martial arts from the main character puts Jet-Li and Jackie Chans' onscreen fighting to shame? Yeah, it does. And this movie is a Blockbuster exclusive.

    Also saw Night Skies, which was pretty good. It's a fact based, UFO sighting/abduction movie. Had a few scary moments.

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    Everyone should check out Little Manhattan, the most honest and realistic romantic movie of all time in my chart...hehe its like titanic for the youngsters

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    Past few nights I have watched the following...
    Twin Dragon, nicely done Jackie Chan film, little on the older side, was originaly made in China and imported here, Jackie did his own dubbing thankfully.
    Police Story 2. Another jackie chan flick. Was realy good aside from teh fact that he didnt do his own dubbing.
    TV The Movie, movie from some of the Jackass guys including Steve-O. Retarded, thats all I have to say about it....retarded.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Oh, did I mention that the action/martial arts from the main character puts Jet-Li and Jackie Chans' onscreen fighting to shame? Yeah, it does. And this movie is a Blockbuster exclusive.
    Maybe Jet Li cause he's gay, but not Jackie Chan! Blasphemy! He is GOD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleEvil View Post
    Maybe Jet Li cause he's gay, but not Jackie Chan! Blasphemy! He is GOD!
    Jet Li's Unleashed, trumps all Jackie Chan movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strongbad View Post
    Jet Li's Unleashed, trumps all Jackie Chan movies.
    Indeed. But the dude in that other movie I posted earlier puts both Jet and Jackie to shame. Seriously. As far as on screen action is concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Indeed. But the dude in that other movie I posted earlier puts both Jet and Jackie to shame. Seriously. As far as on screen action is concerned.
    No doubt, Tony Jaa is the next big thing in martial art movies fo sho. He is young, and he has crazy moves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strongbad View Post
    No doubt, Tony Jaa is the next big thing in martial art movies fo sho. He is young, and he has crazy moves.
    Oh, you're familiar with him? I didn't know that. If you can, I really urge you to see The Protector.





    SPOILER

    It's fun towards the end watching him take out 4384082 henchmen. He didn't even bother killing'em. He just broke bones left and right and left everyone damn near paralyzed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Oh, you're familiar with him? I didn't know that. If you can, I really urge you to see The Protector.





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    It's fun towards the end watching him take out 4384082 henchmen. He didn't even bother killing'em. He just broke bones left and right and left everyone damn near paralyzed.
    Like I didn't fap to that in the theatres on opening night, come on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by strongbad View Post
    Like I didn't fap to that in the theatres on opening night, come on.
    It was a theatrical release? I thought it was....a straight to DVD release. Ah well, either way the movie fucking rocked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    It was a theatrical release? I thought it was....a straight to DVD release. Ah well, either way the movie fucking rocked.
    Yeah, it was in my local showplace 12. That means that it was sort of a big deal because they only show wide release movies.
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