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    American Gangster
    It was an okay movie but I found it to be longer than necessary and very boring. I think that may be my fault because I opted to watch the two and a half hour uncut and extended edition.

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    Friday the 13th [remake]

    Why do they change the central character when they remake a movie? It's usually always a bad move. The newer Halloween, for instance. I don't know who that guy was, but he certainly wasn't Michael Myers. This movie is no exception. Jason was running, jumping, leaping through the air. Um, no. Part of the charm of Jason is that no matter how fast the screaming victims run, he just calmly strides along and always manages to pop up in front of them.

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    Ah I hated The Human Centipede. Too far, too far. Totally pointless.

    I watched Wolf Creek for the 2nd time last night. I liked it. Freaked me out. I love horrors and thrillers, I can handle some gore but there needs to be a good story and suspense and frights or else it's not scary but just pointless like THC was to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    I loved the first movie! Didn't know they'd made another one.
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    The first one had Steve Zahn, Leelee Sobieski, and the guy from the Fast and the Furious. It was a pretty good movie, considering that the genre has been done to death. What surprised me was seeing Zahn in this role. He played a totally normal guy for a change. Not his usual hippie, druggie, ditzy guy. More of a big brother that is always in trouble with the law.
    I just watched the original Joy Ride and loved it. It was much better than the second, and also can't believe that Steve Zahn was in it. He was awsome.
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    Letters to Juliet
    Gorgeous Italian countryside, but SAPPY story line.

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    We had a Halloween party with bad horror movies.
    In order:
    Shaun of the Dead
    Not bad at all, I hadn't seen it before and really enjoyed it. Huge crush on Simon Pegg

    8/10

    Killer Klowns from Outer Space
    Fun and there were moments it creeped me out. But then again I've always found clowns a bit scary.

    5/10

    Parts of Birdemic. That thing needs to be seen to be believed. I won't get into it.
    1/10

    and Poultrygeist
    A Troma production. Utterly offensive and gross with very few laughs. Definitely not as fun as Zombie Strippers last year

    3/10

    And yesterday I caught Bring it on on TV and had to watch it again. It's one of my guilty pleasure movies. Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku as cheerleaders.

    6.5/10

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    Anyone watched Get Him to the Greek, yet? Just wondered if it was worth my time.

    I watched Bill Maher's Religulous over the weekend. It was okay, brought up some of the same questions I have had over the years. But, I think it all boils down the the individual and what they believe to be true.

    It did have some funny parts to it, Bill can be such a smartass. I had to laugh when the pot smoking preacher's hair caught on fire from the candle sitting behind him. Bill was getting stoned with him, and freaked out when he saw his hair light up. Then when Bill was trying to move the candle back out of the way, he forgot all about the guys hair, because he found another joint behind the candle. lol

    We also watched Play the Game. Sappy little movie of young and old love, and deceit versus truth. It was okay. I mainly watched just to see Andy Griffith and Doris Roberts. Lord, Andy is looking really OLD!!! But he is still fun to watch.

    And then my daughter wanted to see How to Eat Fried Worms. It was a fun and a typical kids movie. It had Brad Paisley's wife in it, and Clint Howard. He is such a creepy little man. lol

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    Legion Not as bad as expected.

    The Descent Part 2 Not really bad, but gruesome and not as good as the first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConstanceSpry View Post
    The Descent Part 2 Not really bad, but gruesome and not as good as the first one.
    The Descent was awesome. Was a sequel really necessary?

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    The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Loved it as always. Hope to go to a theater showing one year. But the DVD will do until then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    The Descent was awesome. Was a sequel really necessary?

    Ugh, I really want to see the ending of this, but apparently the first time I tried to watch it I stopped breathing, so the fiance took it and won't let me watch it again. **pouts**

    To be fair, it did make my very mild claustrophobia act up, but still.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    The Descent was awesome. Was a sequel really necessary?
    Not as far as I'm concerned, especially an inferior one.

    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    Ugh, I really want to see the ending of this, but apparently the first time I tried to watch it I stopped breathing, so the fiance took it and won't let me watch it again. **pouts**

    To be fair, it did make my very mild claustrophobia act up, but still.
    The second one has more claustrophobia inducing situations. I am pretty claustrophobic and had to cover my eyes several times.

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    The Orphanage. Damn, that was actually really scary, even though it wasn't quite what I'd consider a straight-up horror film. The Tomas character made me shudder. Quite emotionally affecting, as well.
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    ^^ If you liked The Orphanage, try The Devil's Backbone. Even scarier, IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConstanceSpry View Post
    ^^ If you liked The Orphanage, try The Devil's Backbone. Even scarier, IMO.
    Yes, seen it. I liked that one, too.
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