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post #51 of 160
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Originally Posted by Matt OCallaghan
What the fuck is going on in here?
Anyname got tired of being abused because he was Anyname. He now wishes to be abused as Spike1983.
post #52 of 160
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Death Surge
Anyname got tired of being abused because he was Anyname. He now wishes to be abused as Spike1983.


AWWWWW you were so close! your half right.
post #53 of 160
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The incredibles *** stars


The excorsisim of Emily rose **1/2
post #54 of 160
my god, it's full of stars.
post #55 of 160
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spike1983
AWWWWW you were so close! your half right.
He's half left, too, but don't tell his father.
post #56 of 160
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Originally Posted by Spike1983
The incredibles *** stars


The excorsisim of Emily rose **1/2
This is patently ridiculous. This Emily Rose movie is either a 2 or 3 asterisk film. This fraction business gets us nowhere, and only detracts from the quality of the film conversation we were having.

And by your warped account, it's only a half star short of The Incredibles???

Why not just use decimals or imaginary numbers if you're going to be so noncommital about your reviews. How about a -i for The Icicle Thief, or tan/cos for The Two Five?

Seriously though, see Das Boot.
post #57 of 160
I gave The Icycle Thief a -B.
post #58 of 160
I'm still waiting for an answer, anyname.
post #59 of 160
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by almostsexy

Seriously though, see Das Boot.

I plan too soon.
post #60 of 160
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brad Millette
Seriously, anyname, what is wrong with you? Do you have some kind of mental illness?

Yes I do.
post #61 of 160
I love stumbling into these types of threads.

And watching Helix (he'll never be Brad in my heart) tear into the martian known as Anyname is always an excuse to tell my assistant to "Hold all my calls!!".
post #62 of 160
Could you elaborate on the mental illness, or should I just go with the safe guess of autistic schizophrenia?
post #63 of 160
In an effort to get even less meaningful than these reviews, here's my review of a movie I recently caught up on:

Ki K
post #64 of 160
This thread needs to be euthanized.
post #65 of 160
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Brad Millette
Could you elaborate on the mental illness, or should I just go with the safe guess of autistic schizophrenia?


I won't tell ya.
post #66 of 160
I've learned so much about movies from reading this thread.
post #67 of 160
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Beauty shop **1/2


Fever pitch because I'm a base ball fan = *** stars
post #68 of 160
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Originally Posted by Spike1983
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Fever pitch because I'm a base ball fan = *** stars
TMI
post #69 of 160
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The Bachlor **1/2


Mullholland drive ......????...I...( sigh )...I don't know. REAL GREAT LEZZY SCENE!
post #70 of 160
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Originally Posted by Spike1983
Mullholland drive ......????...I...( sigh )...I don't know. REAL GREAT LEZZY SCENE!
So, based on the "lezzy scene," can you at least give me an idea of the score. It's in my Amazon cart just waiting for a yay or nay from you to secure it's position on my bookshelf.
post #71 of 160
If I had a netflix queue, I'd be using this as my benchmark.
post #72 of 160
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Originally Posted by Spike1983
The Bachlor **1/2


Mullholland drive ......????...I...( sigh )...I don't know. REAL GREAT LEZZY SCENE!
You lead a sad and lonely life.
post #73 of 160
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mattimus
So, based on the "lezzy scene," can you at least give me an idea of the score. It's in my Amazon cart just waiting for a yay or nay from you to secure it's position on my bookshelf.

If you really want to sit through a movies just have a hard on for about 5 minutes, then I'll say yeah go for it, But only if you can get the movie at a discount.
post #74 of 160
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Flight plan ***1/2 stars better than Red eye.


Saw *** stars

Saw 2 *** stars
post #75 of 160
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Originally Posted by Spike1983
If you really want to sit through a movies just have a hard on for about 5 minutes, then I'll say yeah go for it, But only if you can get the movie at a discount.
Awesome. I'm all for lezzy thrills at a cheap price. I am eagerly awaiting your review of "Bound." I heard that had tits...
post #76 of 160
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Originally Posted by Spike1983
Mullholland drive ......????...I...( sigh )...I don't know. REAL GREAT LEZZY SCENE!
The strange thing is, he was watching the Nick Nolte Mulholland Drive.
post #77 of 160
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mattimus
Awesome. I'm all for lezzy thrills at a cheap price. I am eagerly awaiting your review of "Bound." I heard that had tits...

Bound if I'm correct, Stars Jennifer Tilly and Gina Gershon. This is a great movie that was directed by the Warharski Brothers. An orginal film that was well written. ***1/2 stars!

And the Lezzy scene was pretty good but not great.
post #78 of 160
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Matchstick man This is a terrific movie and definitley original. A well acted cast, with Allison Lollhand, ( if that's correct )
almost stealing the movie. Cage is at His best when He's quirky characters, I think He should have been nominated. The best part of it is the script. It was also well directed by Ridley scott.

A very good original movie with an un expected twist at the end. **** stars!


Kingdom of Heaven another Ridley Scott film. ***stars
post #79 of 160
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Originally Posted by Spike1983
Matchstick man This is a terrific movie and definitley original. A well acted cast, with Allison Lollhand, ( if that's correct )
Actually, that's not correct - but, it's close. It's Allison Yaphetkotto.
post #80 of 160
This theard ***stars becuse I liek internet misfits
post #81 of 160
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Originally Posted by Balmudo
The strange thing is, he was watching the Nick Nolte Mulholland Drive.
That joke would work if the movie wasn't called MULHOLLAND FALLS.
post #82 of 160
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Originally Posted by Charlie Brigden
That joke would work if the movie wasn't called MULHOLLAND FALLS.
Whatever. My shitty memory: zero stars.
post #83 of 160
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Monstor in law **1/2

4 brothers ***


Bring it on **
post #84 of 160
I'm really surprised you managed to spell 4 correctly.
post #85 of 160
Someone's been using dictionary.com!
post #86 of 160
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Matt OCallaghan
Someone's been using dictionary.com!

LOL!!
post #87 of 160
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Anger management **1/2


Two for the money ***


Leaving Las vegas ***1/2

Great directing the the best performances, by both Shue and Cage. A must see
post #88 of 160
He's like the retarded little train (that kind of) could.
post #89 of 160
Thread Starter 
Bruce almighty *** stars


American wedding **1/2
post #90 of 160
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Originally Posted by Spike1983
Buce almighty *** stars


American wedding **1/2
Buce is the Italian remake of Bruce Almighty, right ?

Or a low-class porno imitation of Fabfunk value ?
post #91 of 160
Good lord, has somebody resurrected WebTV?
post #92 of 160
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Cinderella man *** 1/2

Ginger snaps ***


My best friends wedding The highest rating. **** stars!
post #93 of 160
Your autism stopped being endearing months ago.
post #94 of 160
Thread Starter 
Mr deeds **1/2

Un leashed ***

Be cool ***

The shining wicked good. Even though i've see this movie before, I wanted to review it again.

Seeing it again, I can realize why stephen King had his complaints. the tone of the movie,the relationship between the charachters, and the main charachter himself is so diffrent than the book. With that being said, I think Kubrick did a fine job, and it should be judged as a stand alone story rather than a faithful adaptation.


For the future audience, it will help your review of the film if you approach it as.....


" Stanley Kubrick's The shinning" rather than "Stephen King's the shinning"


final review ****
post #95 of 160
Great review, fella.

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Originally Posted by Spike1983
For the future audience, it will help your review of the film if you approach it as.....


" Stanley Kubrick's The shinning" rather than "Stephen King's the shinning"
And what, pray tell, was the object involved in Stanley's (and indeed, Stephen's) shinning?

A drainpipe? A lapdancer's pole? A tree?
post #96 of 160
This thread is hypnotic. I'm experiencing lost time. And I'm definitely going to look up the Warharski brothers, as they sound very promising.
post #97 of 160
Spike's thought on The Shining is too close to one of my own. I change my opinion.
post #98 of 160
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gabriel Williams
Great review, fella.



And what, pray tell, was the object involved in Stanley's (and indeed, Stephen's) shinning?

A drainpipe? A lapdancer's pole? A tree?

A child in the story is clairvoyant and telapathic to other people who are clairvoyant they refer this gift as the shinning.
post #99 of 160
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Originally Posted by Blofeld
Spike's thought on The Shining is too close to one of my own. I change my opinion.
Yes. Koobrik really guted the charachters.
post #100 of 160
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spike1983
For the future audience, it will help your review of the film if you approach it as.....

" Stanley Kubrick's The shinning" rather than "Stephen King's the shinning"
I like the idea that anyname sees this thread as some resource for the ages, that future generations will consult before viewing movies.
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