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Movies You Wished Your Had Never Watched

Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by texson66, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. C.Evans

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    :rofl:

    Heh heh, and THATS the edited version too ;-D
     
  2. Richard

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    Don't hold back Carl...

    Spill the beans...

    Dish the dirt...

    Tell all...


    We want to know all you know. :D
     
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  3. C.Evans

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    Hi Richard, I would spill the beans and such but, I would be blamed for being "cough cough" :rofl: politically correct ;-))
     
  4. Richard

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    PC! :eek:

    You Carl? :eek: :eek:

    No never, can not be! :eek: :eek: :eek:

    Quick read the Daily Mail no wait you need something stronger The Sport no wait I got it News of the World better known here as News of the Screws. Wait no this will not help its British I know, salute the American Flag and pin your ears back to this...

    National Anthems - United States real
     
  5. C.Evans

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    Heh heh, that's about the truth of it all in some peoples eyes these days.

    Ha ha, NEITHER one of us can ever be called politically correct. Uh oh-some out there might think were starting some "Grass Roots" movements in our respective Native Lands :-D
     
  6. Richard

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    That was a close shave. :D
     
  7. C.Evans

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    WHEW-disaster narrowly avoided.

    Oh here is one for you, whats the difference between michael moore and billy-bob thornton? (both who IMO appear to be dirty individuals) one has a vial of blood hanging around the neck-the other one does not.
     
  8. jemimas_special2

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    I posted some movies earlier, but had to add some more...

    -Dude where's my car
    -Any of the Earnest movies!
    -Daddy Day Camp
    -Joe Dirt
    -The Master of Disguise


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  9. C.Evans

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    The only movie listed above I partly sat through was je dirt--and I thought it sucked Prune Pits all day. I didn't like the lead character when he was on Saturday Night Live-and I still can't stand him.
     
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    He's a different cat for sure. I wonder how any of these movies ever made it?! really? People are easily entertained these days, such a waste of time i think. I'm very picky on the films I choose to watch these days... I don't mind occasional comedy, but these films take the cake! I'm glad there is someone out there that can relate and disagree :green:
     
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    I don't go out to the movies much any more for a variety of reasons. First, I can't stand the uncivilized behavior of most people in the theater. Second, I haven't seen much advertised that makes me want to see it. If something sounds interesting, I wait until it comes out on DVD and get a copy from someone I know. Then, I can watch at home, and if it stinks, there's no harm done.

    I used to laugh at my father who would watch old movies on TV when Saturday and Sunday afternoons were devoted to a variety of them. He could usually be found watching an old Frank Lovejoy movie, or some such. Now, my wife laughs at me because I tend to do the same thing. Tomorrow night, The Petrified Forest with Humphrey Bogart is on. Looks like I have my evening set.
     
  12. Onthefield

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    The Good German, absolute garbage!
     
  13. C.Evans

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    Same here. I've often wondered the same thing in how that garbage got made? Sadly though, that seems to be mostly what hollywood-land wants to chrun out these days-that and remakes.

    The only new movie im looking forward to see-that has not been released in theaters here yet-is the new Star Trek movie. I never had the chance to see Valkyrie and am inticipating that one when it is sold on DvD.

    I recently found a what im guessing is a good Comedy on DvD. I don't remember it's title but it stars both Kevin James and Ray Romano. Ray Romano had his own Tv show called: Everybody Loves Raymond-and Kevin James has his show called: The King of Queens-which im hooked on watching nightly ;-)) With those two in it-it SHOULD be pretty good ;-))
     
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    I remember back when Friday latenights, sat & sun both afternoon and latenights-were devoted to playing old movies like all of Johnny Weismullers Tarzan movies, several of Dukes movies, as well as many with Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum, Gregory Peck, James Stewart, Charles Bronson, Charlton Heston, James Coburn, Steve McQueen, Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin.

    God I sure miss those days.
     
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    Good Morning Evans.

    Saw the previews for the new Star Trek flick... looks intense. And I have not seen Valkyrie, interested in checking that one out as well. Some other good films to gander at are: Garden State written and directed by Zach Braff, excellent film :bow: lets see, what else... Defiance w/ Daniel Craig WW2 flick.. Raising Arizona w/ Nicolas Cage :corna: and last but not least... HBO made a film starring Kevin Bacon in Taking Chance - you must watch!!! I'll attach brief synopsis of the film.

    Synopsis

    In April 2004, Lieutenant Colonel Michael Strobl, USMC, came across the name of 19-year-old Lance Corporal Chance Phelps, a young Marine who had been killed by hostile fire in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. Strobl, a Desert Storm veteran with 17 years of military service, requested that he be assigned for military escort duty to accompany Chance's remains to his family in Dubois, Wyo.

    ref - HBO Films: Taking Chance - Synopsis

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    Good morning back to ya-rather I guess I should be saying good afternoon to you ;-))

    Thanks for the extra on Star Trek, this is one of few new films that I think will be worthy of supporting. Also, thanks for the reminder obout Defiance. I want to see that one as well.

    Take care and best regards-C

    PS, thanks for the heads-up on the other choices-ill keep eyes peeled for them.
     
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    You are most welcome, enjoy! If you see Star Trek before I do, shoot me a heads up on it.

    Cheers,

    Nav
     
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    Hi Nav--will do ;-)) IF for some reason I don't get to see it at a theater-I already plan on buying the DvD.
     
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    Remember, only two days left for The day after tomorrow. It's one of those universal truths one can't get enough of...



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