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    Quote Originally Posted by Handyman View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by MinnesotaNorthStar View Post
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

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    Kepler would be closer to a hipster except he is too old and is closer to needing a new hip
    I was hip before it was hep to be hip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    OK, OK, sorry. Just being sure. But I do know somebody was being your Mini Me during one of those whining sessions. Was it Brent?
    Maybe. Depends on the type of film. (he likes Tarantino more than me)

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    In all seriousness how can you not like Tarantino? The gratuitous violence is sometimes more disturbing than funny (I can't watch the Reservoir Dogs torture scene) but otherwise Jesus Christ he's a hoot and he is so f-cking on point. Tarantino is Woody if Woody could really joke about himself and wasn't, well, you know, a pedophile.
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    I dunno it's nothing against him personally cause I think he is the best interview but I just never got into his films. I like parts of all of them though.

    I am also friends with some super Tarantino freaks which doesn't help. They ruined Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction with the constant jibber jabber about them.

    I would sell a kidney to watch movies with him.

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Reservoir Dogs is OK. Pulp Fiction, I recall being above average, but I'd really need to re-watch to be sure. I loved the Kill Bill movies, as well as Inglorious Basterds.

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Just saw 1917, really good and gripping movie. Some backstory- the writer/director based this off of stories from his grandfather. So it's based on first hand stories.

    There have been some good movies this year, but my bet is that it's going to get Best Picture and Best Director. Although we have to wait for the nominees on Monday.

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    I like some artsy movies (The Red Violin was great). But you put The Tree Of Life in front of me and I will stab you in the throat with my PS3 controller.

    I want to see the Russian Five, waiting for Netflix to get it. As for companion pieces, the 30 For 30 Miracle Men and the previously mentioned Red Army are perfect companion pieces. It's one long story, but released by two separate entities.
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    The Russian Five was terrific.

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Give Ethan Suplee a Google. He looks... different.

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

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    Give Ethan Suplee a Google. He looks... different.
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Quote Originally Posted by French Rage View Post
    Finally seeing the sailboat gave him immense strength.
    It's a schooner...
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

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    It's a schooner...
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    This made me laugh way harder than it should have.


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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Black Widow is probably going to be lame, but I'm looking forward to it to see Harbour as an over-the-hell Red Guardian.

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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    Black Widow is probably going to be lame, but I'm looking forward to it to see Harbour as an over-the-hell Red Guardian.
    I had to ask what that was even about.

    But Birds Of Prey? Hells to the yes.
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    Re: Movies 52 - 1917: Sonic the Bad Boys of Prey

    No interest in that one. I keep giving the DC flicks a shot, and keep being bored to death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by state of hockey View Post
    No interest in that one. I keep giving the DC flicks a shot, and keep being bored to death.
    I have heard rumors, and now confirmed "hard R rating," which supposedly fixes all that was wrong with Suicide Squad. A plot like SS should not have a PG/etc rating.
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