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What is Arnie's Numero 1 one liner?

 

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JAS is on vacation... sorta!

 

JAS is on vacation

Due to trouble with Pizza the Hut JAS has had to leave the state. He will be back in a week after getting his mitts on the required "Space Bucks".

If any knows a get many space bucks quick scheme let me know!

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Deja Vu, its what I feel after watching crap like this

 

Déjà Vu

Is this “Déjà Vu” or am I seeing the same crappy film over again? Yup, I am.

A ferry with the crewmen of the USS Nimitz is blown to bits along with their family members. Doug Carlin is sent in to investigate. During his investigation he is attached to an experimental FBI surveillance unit that uses a machine which can see slightly more than four days into the past - but the time is constant, no Go-Backsies. Doug is obsessed with the victim of a crime that was set up to look like it was part of the explosion. He focuses so much on the murder of a good-looking chick that it’s surprising he can solve a thing. But, since Doug is played by Denzel, he must be smart.

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Gamer - a film about gaming in a reality show - triple desensitization whammy!

 

Gamer

“Gamer” follows Kable (Gerard Butler), a convict who has signed his life away for the chance to be freed and reunited with his family. Ken Castle (Michael C. Hall) is a famous TV producer/engineer who has created two very popular shows. “Society,” which is like a “Second Life” or a perverted “Home,” where you can control real people and carry out whatever sick desires they please. The other show is “Slayers,” in which convicts can sign away their lives in order to be living avatars in a game world where 30 wins will earn their freedom. Needless to say, Kable wants out of prison and wants to be reunited with his family. We soon find out what Kable wants, Kable gets.

So does this equate to an action packed sci fi romp or another is it the equivalent of a big fat piece of digital monkey poo?

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Underrated Films presents: To Live and Die in L.A

 

To Live and Die in LA

After two legendary films, “The French Connection” and “The Exorcist,” William Friedkin exploded into the early ‘70s Hollywood scene as the hottest upstart not named Coppola. Two Oscar nominations, one of them a win for Best Director for “The French Connection,” not to mention the success and controversy “The Exorcist” gathered, Friedkin was what M. Night Shyamalan was in 1999 after “The Sixth Sense,” a new powerhouse filmmaker with everything going his way.

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Lobo gets director, will make us a bunch of bitter bastidges.

 

Lobo

Well, look at that Guy Ritchie has landed himself the Lobo movie. Yay, right? Well, at least Lobo will still be a man and won’t be played by Madonna. So what is the issue then?

Lobo is a character know for violence and some made up foul language (i.e. Bastidges and Farg). The guy is an alien who mutilated his entire planet/kind. He gets blown up and torn in half from time to time, no big deal. Lobo can't die because those in charge of Heaven and Hell don't want him. Are you getting the picture now? The guy is violent, violence happens to him and he loves every minute.

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What movie genre do you hate the most?

 

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