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Old 02-08-2013, 08:15 PM   #38001
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"The River Wild"....A sometimes flawed but good dramatic thriller. With a good cast and beautiful cinematography. The suspenseful rafting scenes are nicely executed. I also think the final showdown was a letdown and "Wade" was killed off to easily.

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Old 02-08-2013, 08:20 PM   #38002
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The final film from Crypt of Terror: Horror from the South of the Border-Vol.1...

Don't Panic (1988)

A 17 year old boy (who wears dinosaur pajama's) accidently unleashes the soul of a killer from an ouja board and it ultimately possesses his best friend and goes on a killing spree.

The cheese level on this one is really HIGH but the movie itself is a lot of fun if you're the right state of mind. It borrows a lot from the NOES franchise and even though it was filmed somewhere in Mexico it looks and feels a lot like any US town. It also looks like, for the most part, it was filmed in English (there's an english and spanish version on the disc)

The lead character is hilarious to watch but there's a few bloody murders that are pretty good including an effective knife through the mouth gag.

Dumb, cheesy and for me fun stuff.

7/10
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Old 02-08-2013, 09:51 PM   #38003
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I Saw the Devil - 10/10

Only my second time viewing this film, but god damn, It's incredible.

End of Watch - 8.5/10

Liked this quite a bit the first time I saw it, and liked it even more this second go around.
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Old 02-08-2013, 11:18 PM   #38004
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End of Watch - 8.5/10

Liked this quite a bit the first time I saw it, and liked it even more this second go around.
I blind bought this the very first day it came out and I couldn't of been happier with my decision. Such a great film. I've done a bunch of ride alongs and tours with the LAPD, and Gyllenahal and Pena's acting is spot on with what I experienced with the patrol officers I rode with. Like you said, it gets better with every viewing as well. - 9/10
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Old 02-09-2013, 12:01 AM   #38005
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"Labyrinth".....Another terrific Jim Henson movie. David Bowie is awesome as "Jareth The Goblin King". Jennifer Connelly as "Sara" is ok in the role. The character grated my nerves at times and the same goes for Connelly's performance. The sets and puppets are terrific and the soundtrack is hip. The visuals are also nicely done. All in all, this film is a fun and imaginative 80's classic, but I think The Dark Crystal is the best out of the two.

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Old 02-09-2013, 01:01 AM   #38006
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The Pact - 7/10
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Old 02-09-2013, 04:41 AM   #38007
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ABC's Of Death
A is for Apocalypse: 4/10
B is for Bigfoot: 5/10
C is for Cycle: 3/10
D is for Dogfight: 8/10 - good one!
E is for Exterminate: 2/10
F is for Fart: 8/10 - what the hell did I just watch?
G is for Gravity: 0/10
H is for Hydro-Electric Diffusion: 0/10
I is for Ingrown: 0/10
J is for Jidai-geki: 4/10
K is for Klutz: 8/10
L is for Libido: 9/10 - awesome and gruesome
M is for Miscarriage: 2/10
N is for Nuptials: 6/10
O is for Orgasm: 2/10
P is for Pressure: 0/10
Q is for Quack: 6/10
R is for Removed: 6/10
S is for Speed: 4/10
T is for Toilet: 10/10 - total win
U is for Unearthed: 6/10
V is for Vagitus: 2/10
W is for WTF: 6/10
X for XXL: 8/10
Y for Young Buck: 4/10
Z is for Zetsumetsu: 2/10

Summary: many turds but also many gems, with T being the clear winner.
Here are the other entries for T, for those who are interested.
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The final film from Crypt of Terror: Horror from the South of the Border-Vol.1...

Don't Panic (198

A 17 year old boy (who wears dinosaur pajama's) accidently unleashes the soul of a killer from an ouja board and it ultimately possesses his best friend and goes on a killing spree.

The cheese level on this one is really HIGH but the movie itself is a lot of fun if you're the right state of mind. It borrows a lot from the NOES franchise and even though it was filmed somewhere in Mexico it looks and feels a lot like any US town. It also looks like, for the most part, it was filmed in English (there's an english and spanish version on the disc)

The lead character is hilarious to watch but there's a few bloody murders that are pretty good including an effective knife through the mouth gag.

Dumb, cheesy and for me fun stuff.

8/10
Thanks for the summary!
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Old 02-09-2013, 07:31 AM   #38008
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I Saw the Devil - 10/10

Only my second time viewing this film, but god damn, It's incredible.

End of Watch - 8.5/10

Liked this quite a bit the first time I saw it, and liked it even more this second go around.



Would You Rather - 5/10

It actually had me laughing quite a bit, thanks to Jeffrey Combs. Other than that though it was pretty much what I expected and not very good.
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:32 AM   #38009
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Star Wars- Episode Vl: Return of the Jedi- By far my favorite Star Wars movie. A glorious spectacle of old school effects, with some of the best puppetry ever filmed. And to Hell with the haters, l love the Ewoks. They stepped up and kicked the Empire right in the nutsack, and for that the fuzzy little bastards have my utmost respect.
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Old 02-09-2013, 09:56 AM   #38010
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Barton Fink - 10/10

Transformers 2: Revenge of the Fallen - 6.5/10

When you take this giant mess into consideration and pure eye-candy for eye candy's sake, it works.... kind of. The underlying story here about the Decepticons unleashing an ancient evil that hates humanity for the purpose of destroying earth with the big laser thing is interesting enough and probably just as exciting and menacing as anything in the first film. Unfortunately, it is just buried under some of the most confusing artistic decisions every put in a big-budget action movie. Not one character in this movie acts like a real human beings, its confusing, bizarre, and extremely distracting. None of the humor works, and unfortunately even some of the insanely brilliant and beautiful action sequences and special effects get lost in translation. The first hour - hour and fifteen minutes of this movie is a true chore to get through. The constant onslaught of continuity errors in the action sequences stand out as well. Wtf happened here Michael Bay.

Still, as pure action-packed, mouth-breathing idiocy, I can't help but give this a semi-decent score just because it truly is unmatched in quality (special effects wise). The blu-ray is stunning. A must own for anybody who wants to show off their HD system.
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