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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I love Serenity! Hmmm, now I gotta go watch it.
    Same here. I never get tired of Nathan Fillion, Gina Torres and Adam Baldwin. They were the best parts of the film.

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    My boyfriend and I saw the new "A Nightmare on Elm Street" last night...it was godawful. There were a few jumps but a total waste of money. Save your money and watch the original instead!

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    you're back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    you're back.
    Haha I know! Things have been kind of crazy...I began dating someone back in last early November and that pretty much took away all of my time from the internet! It was nice to have a break away from all of the technology for awhile! Then I moved out of my parents' house and in with room mates where we were without cable and internet for months and I finally just got internet hooked up in my room today so I'm back!

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    Got talked into seeing "The Back Up Plan" with a friend. Was dreading it as JLo doesn't have a good track record with movies. Surprisingly, it was pretty good. Her romantic interest is pretty hot. That helped.

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    Set It Off. Still a really good flick.
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    Set It Off was a good flick. Latifah was looking...rough in that movie.

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    The Losers. Loved it! Very action packed and Chris Evans was fucking hilarious in it.
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    a bbc four documentary, 'the history of safari with richard e grant'. really good. really interesting look at the origins of safari in africa and the brit colonialists who started it. fascinating.
    plus, it's richard e grant. i love that man. he could narrate anything and i would watch.

    For almost 100 years, big game hunters - from Theodore Roosevelt to the British Royal Family - came to British East Africa to bag the 'big five'. Now, luxury 'eco safaris' continue to drive its economy. It has been both East Africa's damnation and its salvation, that wildlife is the greatest natural resource it possesses.
    Richard E Grant - who grew up in Swaziland - examines the controversial history of the safari. Exploring the world of the big game hunters and the luxury of today's safaris, he goes on a personal journey to experience how the beauty of the bush made Africa the white man's playground.
    Plotting the major landmarks in the development of the safari, Grant uncovers a world of danger, glamour and gung-ho. He reveals how the safari was continually reinvented as explorers and ivory hunters were replaced by white settlers, guns gave way to cameras and direct British rule to independence.
    He discovers how safari became one of the central constructs through which British rule over East Africa was imposed, provided the social touchstone for the white settlers and was eventually transformed by the glamour of Hollywood, the power of the dollar and the traveller's desire for an 'authentic African experience'.
    As someone born and raised in the privileged world of the ex-pats, Grant takes an insider's perspective on the scandals and adventures of the elite class of Brits who ran the show. He meets their descendents and delves into the rich material archives of their family homes, discovering that for the remaining whites in the region this history is still very much alive.
    As the trophy hunt became an icon of high society, everyone from Ernest Hemingway to British nobility and Hollywood stars were soon clamouring for a piece of the action. And as hunters decimated Africa's wildlife, they also surprisingly introduced the first conservation laws, if only to protect the supply of animals to shoot.
    Embarking on safari himself, Grant experiences the beauty and the danger of being up close to the big game animals and accompanies modern hunters on safaris, where animals are still killed and the patrons still argue that hunting equals conservation.
    The film is full of frontier colonial characters whose lives, exploits and attitudes describe a very particular time in Britain's relationship to Africa and its wildlife, when the continent was part Wild West, part idyll and part colonial experiment - where life could be lived between the crack of rifles at dawn and the setting of the sun at cocktail hour, largely oblivious to the indigenous Africans themselves.
    Through creative use of film and photographic archive, as well as actuality with those involved in big game hunting and luxury safaris today, the documentary evokes the spirit of decadence, exploration and adventure of the safari. Ultimately, it reveals how safari has been and continues to be a barometer of our attitudes to travel, our colonial inheritance and Africa itself.
    BBC - BBC Four Programmes - The History of Safari with Richard E Grant
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoisonGirl View Post
    The Losers. Loved it! Very action packed and Chris Evans was fucking hilarious in it.

    Can't wait to see that. I've been looking forward to Jeffrey Dean Morgan getting a leading man role.
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    what I didn't get to watch The Runaways - it only got released for 45 days and was shown in 244 theaters. What was the point in doing press releases when they weren't going to show the darn thing anywhere?.

    BBC Pride and Prejudice - OK I'm a sap for historical romance.

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    Checked out Four Christmases with Vince Vaughn & Reese Witherspoon. Much funnier than I expected.

    Also checked out Kingdom Come with Whoopi Goldberg & LL Cool J. That film never gets old.

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    Valentino - The Last Emperor

    Normally this would not be a movie I'd watch, I'm not into high fashion - flip flops with a sequin or two is about as formal as I want to go but I was treadmilling and it was all I could find. Turned out to be really good. It was about fashion but it was also about how his company was taken out from under him and his 45 year love affair with his partner.

    I'd watch it again.

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    In The Loop- A comedy based on Brit TV show The Thick of It. I loved it, I thought it was funny. Saw it with my mom- she hated it. I adore Tom Hollander, and Peter Capaldi was great.

    Four Christmases- Completely sucked. Not one funny scene in the entire movie.
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