What movie to see?

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  1. Omegatron

    Omegatron Mandatory Fun. Buy it now TFW2005 Supporter

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    I've seen Good Luck Chuck (didn't care for it), Feast of Love (better at the end), 3:10 to Yuma (satisfying), Resident Evil (passable), and the Game Plan (surprisingly enjoyable)...but what should I go see this afternoon? I'm thinking "The Kingdom." Any other suggestions for current movies?
     
  2. Ktulu

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    Wait for Michael Clayton to come out?
     
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    Don't you work at a moive theater?

    I kinda figured that you would eventually see them all.
     
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    Howard the Duck
     
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    I have that on my DVR. It is never leaving.
     
  6. Omnibus Prime

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    ^^^

    Or We Own the Night. Or go see In the Valley of Elah. Or Across the Universe. Frankly, I'd have seen The Kingdom well before any of the others mentioned except maybe 3:10 to Yuma. But..I dinna get to go to movies much anymore. :( 
     
  7. Mr. Jiggles

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    The Kingdom kicks ass. A smart, well-paced, action flick. I'd give it 3.5 out of four.
     
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    rent Goodburger. Thank me later.
     
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    I don't think he'll thank you later for renting Good burger...more like leaving a flaming bag of shit on your doorstep lol.
     
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    Wait for the nightmare before christmas in 3-d too come out also I found the game plan too be good too
     
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    Eastern Promises. David Cronenberg never disappoints
     
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    I take it you've never seen The Dead Zone? Even Walken couldn't save that bore-fest.

    Oh, and don't forget that cinematic turd eXistenZ.

    When Cronenberg is on, he's one of the best.

    When he's off, his movies suck shit.
     
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    Agreed! I still have yet to see the Game Plan.
     
  14. Omegatron

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    So, I ended up seeing "The Kingdom," and enjoyed it. Then I rented Saw, which made me remember why I liked the first one so much. I also have Saw 2, which I'll watch tomorrow, and remind me why I wish they'd just stopped at one. I am looking forward to "Michael Clayton" and "We Own the Night," and am planning on seeing "In the Valley of Elah" tomorrow afternoon. Working for a theatre does have its privileges...especially on my days off. A week from Friday is "30 Days of Night," the week after that is Saw IV (which I'll see despite some misgivings," then American Gangster, Beowulf, and lots of other good stuff. September was a bad month for movies. I'm glad it's turning around again- at least until mid-January.

    -Tony!
     
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    Dude, Dead Zone was pretty good I thought
     
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    Saw owns your soul.

    Until you watch Hostel. Then Saw looks like Winnie the Pooh.
     
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    lol, Hostel and Saw are shit.
     
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    Says the boy with the Cosby sweater.
     
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    Yeah? Said Cosby sweater helped attract my current smoking hot girlfriend. So I can't complain, it works wonders.
     
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    No, that was the dreidel.
     

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