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    hero wanted

    wasn't that terrible...had a made for dvd feel to it....

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    I am going to watch Jumper this weekend. Got the DVD screener Giggity. When I watched Run Fatboy Run I thought it was already out on DVD and I saw a commercial for it last night saying it wasnt out until March 28. Man this Torrenting is messing me up...but in a good way

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    I think The Wiz is the 1970's version of the Wizard of Oz.
    That's the one. The 1978 version featuring an all Black cast including Diana Ross, Richard Pryor, Lena Horne, young Michael Jackson, and the late, great Nipsey Russell.

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    City Lights

    Charlie Chaplin silent classic.

    I'd never seen it before. Loved it, great ending too.

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    No Country For Old Men

    But I'd have to say I'm still waiting to see the ending.


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    Jumper

    Wow where was the plot on this movie. I still dont know. Rachel Bilson is SMOKIN hot though so I can't complain too much

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    Just finished There Will Be Blood

    Not at all what I was expecting. A little too long for my taste at 2 hours 30 minutes and the music or score was annoying. Not a favourite of mine, that's for sure. I think I was hoping for more Blood and less There Will Be.

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    No Country For Old Men

    But I'd have to say I'm still waiting to see the ending.

    Amen! I rented NCFOM this weekend and loved everything except the ending. The way they left it hanging makes me suspect a sequel in the near future.
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    Lost in Translation
    Ocean's 11
    The Prestige
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    Amen! I rented NCFOM this weekend and loved everything except the ending. The way they left it hanging makes me suspect a sequel in the near future.
    No Country For Old Men - further thoughts

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    SPOILER ALERT No Country For Old Men
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    just use the spoiler tag like this

    [ spoiler ] information that will spoil [ /spoiler ]

    (without the spaces, naturally)

    and it will look like...

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    This is the darkest timeline.

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    I like endings that are different - I would have been mad if the ending to "No Country" would have been the typical audience tested bad guy gets whats coming to him type ending. I liked the ending and the last scene was a very memorable scene.

    There will not be a sequel - not for this type of movie. it is too good for a sequel. I'm sure the Cohen brothers would just laugh at the thought of a sequel
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    just use the spoiler tag like this

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    and it will look like...

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    Miller's Crossing

    Liked it a lot, I like how the Coens put their own spin on so many different genres of movies.

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    Just watched No Country for Old Men.

    Really enjoyed it - the ending didn't bother me at all. The story's more about the sherrif than anyone else anyway. We know what happened to him.
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    as for NCFOM

    Spoiler Spoiler:

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    On No Country...

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    I want to see those myth buster guys test that air can cattlebolt lock picker thing


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    I want to see those myth buster guys test that air can cattlebolt lock picker thing

    Well, I dunno about the air tank part of it but the Meats lab I worked at in college had a bolt stunner (they called it a stunner even though it punctured the brain). Ours looked like a pistol though and I think it used a gas cartridge (the prof always used it - never let us try). Worked quite well most of the time on cattle, sheep, etc - plus generally the heart was still beating when you hung 'em up so you got a better bleed.

    Of course with this little college Meats lab we pretty much took whatever anyone in the community gave us. One time this cull sow came in - had to be 800 lbs. She wasn't in the best mood when she walked in (small wonder with dead animal carcasses hanging everywhere - I'd have a few nerves too in her place). Anyway, there were two guys hanging onto each ear and the prof pulls out his toy, presses it against her head and pulls the trigger. She lets out a scream and about tosses us all over the place. He looks at the "gun" and mutters, "It didn't go in," which any of us could have told him.

    So he presses it against her head again (anyone remember the definition of insanity?). Well, this time it all broke loose. She tossed us off her and started chasing people around the room. The prof dives into his office while we're climbing shelves all over the place - one guy almost jumped into the scald tank but this guy named Klaus saved him.

    So we're hanging onto anything we can find to stay off the floor wondering what our next move should be while she's ransacking the place - that was one anti-jovial animal. To shorten a long story, we had to call campus security to come into the meats lab and shoot her.

    The moral of this story is that some college legends are actually true.
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    Well, I dunno about the air tank part of it but the Meats lab I worked at in college had a bolt stunner (they called it a stunner even though it punctured the brain). Ours looked like a pistol though and I think it used a gas cartridge (the prof always used it - never let us try). Worked quite well most of the time on cattle, sheep, etc - plus generally the heart was still beating when you hung 'em up so you got a better bleed.

    Of course with this little college Meats lab we pretty much took whatever anyone in the community gave us. One time this cull sow came in - had to be 800 lbs. She wasn't in the best mood when she walked in (small wonder with dead animal carcasses hanging everywhere - I'd have a few nerves too in her place). Anyway, there were two guys hanging onto each ear and the prof pulls out his toy, presses it against her head and pulls the trigger. She lets out a scream and about tosses us all over the place. He looks at the "gun" and mutters, "It didn't go in," which any of us could have told him.

    So he presses it against her head again (anyone remember the definition of insanity?). Well, this time it all broke loose. She tossed us off her and started chasing people around the room. The prof dives into his office while we're climbing shelves all over the place - one guy almost jumped into the scald tank but this guy named Klaus saved him.

    So we're hanging onto anything we can find to stay off the floor wondering what our next move should be while she's ransacking the place - that was one anti-jovial animal. To shorten a long story, we had to call campus security to come into the meats lab and shoot her.

    The moral of this story is that some college legends are actually true.
    That's a freaking great story.

    I find it hard to believe there wasn't something in that place that you could have used to put that sow down though.

    Come on. An ax or knife or something.

    A crow bar.


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    I also watched Disturbia last weekend

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    That's a freaking great story.

    I find it hard to believe there wasn't something in that place that you could have used to put that sow down though.

    Come on. An ax or knife or something.

    A crow bar.

    I wouldn't have gone close to her for anything - she was running around, doing that barking thing pigs do when they're REALLY pissed, trashing the place.

    Sorry - there were plenty of knives but you must have never met a really mad pig.
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    I wouldn't have gone close to her for anything - she was running around, doing that barking thing pigs do when they're REALLY pissed, trashing the place.

    Sorry - there were plenty of knives but you must have never met a really mad pig.
    Obviously Rim you were'nt along when that female trooper pulled me over in Mississippi back in 88.


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    Obviously Rim you were'nt along when that female trooper pulled me over in Mississippi back in 88.

    Not touching that one - we've already hijacked this thread enough for one day.
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    "Glory"

    It had been a long while since I watched that and it was on one of the HD channels the other night (Probably HD Net Movies). Good movie.

    It still seems a little strange to see Ferris Beuhler being such a caring and moral person.... But he does a good job and you can almost forget Broderick's Beuhler character....
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