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King of california, pretty good father daughter jaunt
Watched Pitch Perfect.... It actually was kinda funny at times... It's like Glee but with cussing, and sex.
PSA: Bachelor Party starts in five minutes on IFC.
classlessthug: I have too much on my plate to worry about the fact that my junk intimidates some needle D undergrad.
The Room has changed my life forever
im sorry i was confusing...your "Superbowl" was the Redskins losing since you know that the Ravens cant win it all.
You're tearing me apart, Lisa!
I haven't seen it in like three weeks. That needs to change.
"Maryland football: Where everybody gets hurt and the starting left tackle has an existential crisis."
Just saw Ted. Pretty good, sometimes Seth takes the crassness a little too far just because he knows he can, but other than that it was funny as hell. The references were awesome for any males in their 30s right now. Oh, and Mila.
Agree 100%. The concept was good, a lot of the jokes were good, and then Seth MacFarlane takes most of them about 3 levels too far, but not far enough that they swing back around to being funny.
But the fight sequence between Wahlberg and Ted in the hotel was hilarious. Marky Mark is underrated.
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i wana watch this but i know my roomate would see it on the cable bill and tell our friends and id never hear the end of it.
Watched hoop dreams for the first time... very well done and interesting, glad to see both kids did decent in life for the most part.
The fight scene was worth the price of admission alone. Amazing. That must have been hard as hell to film.
Read the book.
Saw Looper last night, thought it was pretty great. It's one of those sci fi movies where you could have just sit around and figured out the twists and where it was going, but Willis and Gordon-Levitt are just so fucking good that they suck you in and you're too involved to dispassionately dissect it while you're watching.
I'm an hour and a half into Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter. Loved the concept, but so far its pretty boring. It's not bad, just nothing about it is particularly interesting except for the basic concept.
Premium Rush was watched this morning. I even got the old lady to watch it with me as well.
Don't know how the movie was received by critics but it's a solid 7/10 I'd say.
Watched this on a plane recently and thought it was terrible but I was also super drunk and this didn't do a great job of following along
We watched Premium Rush tonight, too. It was OK, it too much bike riding and not enough story.
Completely missed it and discussion about it when it came out, and I was under the impression it was a true story in the 127 Hours / can't believe I'm alive model. So, I was a bit surprised by the ending. It was okay. Luckily, it's a quick flick.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
Watched a bunch lately...
Rango yesterday morning, was not impressed actually expected more but oh well. Not like i expected a masterpiece.
Checked out Contagion last week, agree with most of the consensus here. Decent film.
Home Alone, awesome as always, but one thing I just noticed now that annoyed me is that I always assumed the only reason he didn't call the cops earlier was because the phone lines were down. WHY WAIT SO LONG TO CALL THE COPS IF THE PHONE LINES ACTUALLY WORKED! Silly Kevin.
Only thing I can come up with that is fairly rational in the mind of an 8 year old is that he was afraid of the cops, too. 1) He shoplifted, and 2) he made his family DISAPPEAR.
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I feel like the cops really dropped the ball in that movie. They send a lazy cop to the house and he just knocks on the door and then leaves when there is no answer. Dude, they just told you that there is an 8 year old kid in the house by himself. Could you try a little harder ?
Yeah, that's far more annoying when you think about it.
I just asked my 7 year old and he said he'd hide from the cops bc you would definitely go to jail if you made your family disappear bc the cops would think you ate them and eating people is illegal unless they're already dead but then you still shouldn't because then they'll be mad and maybe haunt you and they probably taste bad and can I watch Phineas and Ferb now?
what can they do though really, break in?
And I have a different theory. Kevin, you see, was a sadist. Hence his love for Michael Jackson in real life.
Yeah they could probably say to his mom "hey, we didn't get an answer, are you sure your son is in there? If so, we can pick the lock on the door and go in to make sure he didn't poison himself, break his neck sledding down the steps, get eaten by the scary furnace, or any of the other thousands of ways a small child could hurt himself"
Kevin is definitely a sadist
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