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Post by Strong Vader on Mon Aug 24, 2009 8:39 pm

What kind of movies do you like, and what movies do like?

I like comedies, especially Mel Brooks movies.

My top ten:
10. Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back
9. Austin Powers (I): International Man of Mystery
8.History of the World, Part 1
7. Good Burger
6. Silent Movie
5. Star Wars IV: A New Hope
4. Blazing Saddles
3. Monty Python and the Holy Grail
2. Robin Hood: Men in Tights
1. Spaceballs


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Post by Achenar on Mon Aug 24, 2009 8:48 pm

I like comedies as well! I hate horror (what's the point?!)

Anyway I will probably change my mind about my top ten within seconds of posting it,but here goes

10: Aladdin: King Of Thieves
9: Air Bud
8: Bolt
7: Finding Nemo (well I like the commentary more than the actual move Embarassed )
6: Kiki's Delivery Service
5: The Cat Returns
4: Nightmare Before Christmas
3: Because of Winn-Dixie
2: Spirited Away
1: Coraline
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Post by Strong Vader on Mon Aug 24, 2009 10:18 pm

16. Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi
15. Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
14. Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective
13. High Anxiety
12. Air Bud (I forgot about this one)
11. The Hunt for Red October (Tied)
11. The Producers (1968)

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Post by Kinda Long Hair on Tue Aug 25, 2009 7:07 am

I like Plan 9 from Outer Space. It's suposed to be the "worst movie ever made" but it's so bad, that it's good. Its gonn from being an action to a comedy.

But heres my top ten.

10. Star Trek: Generations
9. Dr. Strangelove
8. Mars Attacks
7. Pee Wee's Big Adventure
6. UHF
5. Back to the Future II
4. Con Air
3. Star Trek II - The Wrath of Khan
2. Back to the Future III
1. Back to the Future


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Post by These are my saturdays on Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:24 pm

Here is two movies I need:
DOOM
STARSHIP TROOPERS
I'm surprised they haven't made them yet
Good ones I mean...
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Post by Sgt. Beadsmaster on Sun Oct 04, 2009 7:19 pm

um... hmmmm.... Pretty much I like sci fi, fantasy, and from time to time a good comedy.
1. Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
2. Gremlins
3. Star Wars Episode 5: Empire strikes back (It should be in my top ten but not sure about where.)
4. Shaun of the Dead
5. Incredibles
6. District 9 (maybe)
7. Indiana Jones: Temple of Doom
um... can't really think of many more... not sure about some of these... Probably I forgot a lot of them.
Other movies that are good but don't know where to put: Speed Racer, Dark Knight, Up, Wachmen... many more...
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Post by Uzi-Bazooka on Mon Dec 07, 2009 7:53 am

I like sci-fi, comedy, sci-fi comedy, and MOST OF ALL, old black-and-white movies, especially those with The Marx Brothers or Cary Grant. My toppest twelve:

1. Room Service (Marx Brothers)
2. Duck Soup (Marx Brothers)
3. Pretty much all other Marx Brothers movies
4. Up
5. Bugsy Malone
6. Dr. Strangelove (or: How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love The Bomb)
7. The Dark Knight
8. North by Northwest
9. Arsenic and Old Lace
10. Bringing up Baby
11. Nightmare Before Christmas
12. Howl's Moving Castle

I would highly recommend any and all of these movies. You especially, Strong Vader, would enjoy Dr. Strangelove. And CSD would probably like Howl's Moving Castle, because it's Japanese Animation (but with a complete lack of blue hair, shiny boots, or tiny mouths that become whale mouths.)

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Post by Sgt. Beadsmaster on Mon Dec 07, 2009 7:06 pm

Up was crazy good. But I'm gonna maybe still go with saying incredible was better.... maybe, not sure entirely. Up was still super super enjoyable... I almost cried during the opening sequence. Crying or Very sad

MMM, terminator 2, why didn't I think of putting that on my top ten. It's the best of the terminator movies I would say, that or terminator 1. Terminator salvation was was really awesome also though.
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Post by Sgt. Beadsmaster on Wed Dec 30, 2009 11:49 pm

I JUST got done watching "War Games". It was a pretty good movie. Mathew Brodrick (whatever the spelling of his name is), I like him as an actor, especially in "Farris Beuler's Day Off" which is just about one of the most funny movies ever. But yeah, War Games: good movie.
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Post by Achenar on Thu Dec 31, 2009 12:52 am

NEW top ten! (guess what?)
1: The Matrix, Reloaded
2: The Matrix, Revolutions
3: The Matrix
4: Airplane!
5: Top Secret
6: Coraline
7: The Cats' Return
8: Spirited Away
9: Kiki's Delivery Service
10: Aladdin: King of Thieves
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Post by Sam Fissure on Thu Dec 31, 2009 9:24 am

Has anyone seen 'The Blind Side'? Good freakin movie!
The new 'Alvin and the chipmunks' is ok.
The Princess and the frog (Yeah, I admit it, I saw it.) was so completely un-Disney it was shocking.
I've heard Avatar (The Blue People, not the last airbender) was like Transformers 2: Good, but my 7 year old sister can't see it.
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Post by Sgt. Beadsmaster on Fri Jan 01, 2010 11:23 pm

Avatar is supposed to be the best thing ever. I'm excited. And Transformers 2 SUCKED. It was so bad. The new terminator was totally cool, like, I would say, it was like the Transformers movies, but not corny, and with just about nothing wrong with it.
But I realized something:
Terminator is about Sarah Conner being rescued from the machines because she needs to have her son, john conner.

Terminator 2 is a just about the same plot, or, its sarah getting rescued, her son is now born, and the rescuer is a terminator, then in the end they pretty much stop the machines from starting the war with the humans. It would work as an ending.

Then in the 3rd sarah is dead and its just John, oh, and his too be girlfriend. It turns out the machines are actually still around. In the 3rd there isn't much a point to it, do you learn a lot about any reveals or anything, not really, but the main point if of it is that they're trying to get john safe, with his girl friend, before the machines bomb the place, which, I guess is a pretty important part, but the only thing is that tthey just completely un-do the events in the 2nd.

Then in the 4th and most recent, its the future, and its what it all builds up to, except its just a little bit more in the future than they said it would be in the 1st and 2nd. Now the thing is that john has to save the guy that saved his mom in the 1st one, whos actually his dad.

Now, the thing is, is that the 1st one is meant to be "the final battle" sort of, because it all comes down to his dad saving sarah and thus savins john. But then in the last, john has too save his dad, so he can save him. Now, if the first was the huge climax sort of, than whats this one? I mean, it was a really awesome movie, but there were 2 between each of them, with not much of a point, they were each awesome movies, the 2nd was way more awesome than the 3rd. So, it was a build up to something that doesn't teach us much, but whatever...

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Post by Achenar on Sat Jan 02, 2010 12:41 am

Sgt. Beadsmaster wrote:Avatar is supposed to be the best thing ever. I'm excited. And Transformers 2 SUCKED. It was so bad. The new terminator was totally cool, like, I would say, it was like the Transformers movies, but not corny, and with just about nothing wrong with it.
But I realized something:
Terminator is about Sarah Conner being rescued from the machines because she needs to have her son, john conner.

Terminator 2 is a just about the same plot, or, its sarah getting rescued, her son is now born, and the rescuer is a terminator, then in the end they pretty much stop the machines from starting the war with the humans. It would work as an ending.

Then in the 3rd sarah is dead and its just John, oh, and his too be girlfriend. It turns out the machines are actually still around. In the 3rd there isn't much a point to it, do you learn a lot about any reveals or anything, not really, but the main point if of it is that they're trying to get john safe, with his girl friend, before the machines bomb the place, which, I guess is a pretty important part, but the only thing is that tthey just completely un-do the events in the 2nd.

Then in the 4th and most recent, its the future, and its what it all builds up to, except its just a little bit more in the future than they said it would be in the 1st and 2nd. Now the thing is that john has to save the guy that saved his mom in the 1st one, whos actually his dad.

Now, the thing is, is that the 1st one is meant to be "the final battle" sort of, because it all comes down to his dad saving sarah and thus savins john. But then in the last, john has too save his dad, so he can save him. Now, if the first was the huge climax sort of, than whats this one? I mean, it was a really awesome movie, but there were 2 between each of them, with not much of a point, they were each awesome movies, the 2nd was way more awesome than the 3rd. So, it was a build up to something that doesn't teach us much, but whatever...

I have not much of an idea why I did this. It was something that I realized though.
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Post by Kinda Long Hair on Sat Jan 23, 2010 12:14 am

I saw Avatar
I have managed to sum it up into three words

Oh my God.

So freaking awesome! I cant even begin to describe it Anyone within a 50 mile radius of a Movie theater needs to see it.

I saw it in Imax. It was twice the price of a regular 3D movie. We got our tickets two hours before the start, ate, came back, and there was a line to get in the Imax stretching the entire length of the theater. We got there, we had to show our ticket stubs for them to let us in. So we got in fine.

The movie.

It starts out with this guy James (?) Sully. Who is going to the plante....

OH NEVER MIND. I CANT DESCRIBE IT. GO SEE IT FOR YOURSELF! FREAKIN' AMAZING.

(the only problem is it's lenght. three hours)

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Post by Achenar on Sat Jan 23, 2010 1:39 am

movie magic man wrote:I saw Avatar
I have managed to sum it up into three words

Oh my God.

So freaking awesome! I cant even begin to describe it Anyone within a 50 mile radius of a Movie theater needs to see it.

I saw it in Imax. It was twice the price of a regular 3D movie. We got our tickets two hours before the start, ate, came back, and there was a line to get in the Imax stretching the entire length of the theater. We got there, we had to show our ticket stubs for them to let us in. So we got in fine.

The movie.

It starts out with this guy James (?) Sully. Who is going to the plante....

OH NEVER MIND. I CANT DESCRIBE IT. GO SEE IT FOR YOURSELF! FREAKIN' AMAZING.

(the only problem is it's lenght. three hours)
Uh...does that include me? pale
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Post by These are my saturdays on Sat Jan 23, 2010 3:47 am

movie magic man wrote:I saw Avatar
I have managed to sum it up into three words

Oh my God.

So freaking awesome! I cant even begin to describe it Anyone within a 50 mile radius of a Movie theater needs to see it.

I saw it in Imax. It was twice the price of a regular 3D movie. We got our tickets two hours before the start, ate, came back, and there was a line to get in the Imax stretching the entire length of the theater. We got there, we had to show our ticket stubs for them to let us in. So we got in fine.

The movie.

It starts out with this guy James (?) Sully. Who is going to the plante....

OH NEVER MIND. I CANT DESCRIBE IT. GO SEE IT FOR YOURSELF! FREAKIN' AMAZING.

(the only problem is it's lenght. three hours)

Did you hear about the people who were depressed by the movie afterward because they would never know beauty of the likes of the Planet in the film.
Some are even contemplating suicide, but no one has. Prolly attention gatherers, the suicide lot.
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Post by Achenar on Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:02 am

Mr.Diskette wrote:
movie magic man wrote:I saw Avatar
I have managed to sum it up into three words

Oh my God.

So freaking awesome! I cant even begin to describe it Anyone within a 50 mile radius of a Movie theater needs to see it.

I saw it in Imax. It was twice the price of a regular 3D movie. We got our tickets two hours before the start, ate, came back, and there was a line to get in the Imax stretching the entire length of the theater. We got there, we had to show our ticket stubs for them to let us in. So we got in fine.

The movie.

It starts out with this guy James (?) Sully. Who is going to the plante....

OH NEVER MIND. I CANT DESCRIBE IT. GO SEE IT FOR YOURSELF! FREAKIN' AMAZING.

(the only problem is it's lenght. three hours)

Did you hear about the people who were depressed by the movie afterward because they would never know beauty of the likes of the Planet in the film.
Some are even contemplating suicide, but no one has. Prolly attention gatherers, the suicide lot.
Aren't they all....?
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Post by Kinda Long Hair on Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:20 am

Mr.Diskette wrote:
movie magic man wrote:I saw Avatar
I have managed to sum it up into three words

Oh my God.

So freaking awesome! I cant even begin to describe it Anyone within a 50 mile radius of a Movie theater needs to see it.

I saw it in Imax. It was twice the price of a regular 3D movie. We got our tickets two hours before the start, ate, came back, and there was a line to get in the Imax stretching the entire length of the theater. We got there, we had to show our ticket stubs for them to let us in. So we got in fine.

The movie.

It starts out with this guy James (?) Sully. Who is going to the plante....

OH NEVER MIND. I CANT DESCRIBE IT. GO SEE IT FOR YOURSELF! FREAKIN' AMAZING.

(the only problem is it's lenght. three hours)

Did you hear about the people who were depressed by the movie afterward because they would never know beauty of the likes of the Planet in the film.
Some are even contemplating suicide, but no one has. Prolly attention gatherers, the suicide lot.

Yeah, I have heard about them... I still think they are retarted. I mean, as with all movies I think it would be cool if it was real and such, but considering suicide because it isnt real, now there's some people who escaped from the nut house.

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Post by Sam Fissure on Sat Jan 23, 2010 12:05 pm

Avatar was completely, utterly, undeniably epic! (Minus the alien s** scene. I closed my eyes.)
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Post by Achenar on Sat Jan 23, 2010 5:58 pm

Espemon333 wrote:Avatar was completely, utterly, undeniably epic! (Minus the alien s** scene. I closed my eyes.)
......MMM, I don't care what you say. I don't care how close I am to the theatre, I ain't goin'!
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Post by Kinda Long Hair on Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:13 pm

Espemon333 wrote:That was me, Mrs. Switchblade Magic Man

OH MY FREAKIN GOD

DEATH! NOW! KILL HIM!

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Post by Sam Fissure on Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:18 pm

Wow. Death threats already. I think that's a record.
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Post by Kinda Long Hair on Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:24 pm

Espemon333 wrote:Wow. Death threats already. I think that's a record.
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Ok guys, I'll stop. Mainly because I want to live through 7th grade, and it's hard enough WITHOUT death threats from (most) people.

Its fine. Everyone except Uzi and SV have had those. Diskette had them twice!

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Post by Sam Fissure on Sat Jan 23, 2010 7:26 pm

Eh, it usually takes me longer.
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