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holophonor
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Message Posted On Tuesday, October 12th 2010 at 5:07 pm
On Tuesday, October 12th 2010 2:13 am, GarryWills wrote:
I have watched many movies last movies but Last time, I have watched "The Expendables" movie with my friends.
Was it good? I know some people who wanted to see it.

On Tuesday, October 12th 2010 3:29 am, zwixxx wrote:
Vampires Suck - a bad bad bad bad bad movie, and not bad in a good way, bad in a damn awful way, just plain bad, poorly executed in every way, though lead actress did a good rendition(?) of Kirsten/Kristen(?), but otherwise this movie was just a big pile of dodo.
LOL, yeah, I heard it was terrible. The trailer was actually kind of funny, but they probably showed all the funny stuff in the trailer.
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Message Posted On Friday, October 15th 2010 at 4:51 pm
On Thursday, September 9th 2010 9:08 pm, holophonor wrote:
Anyone who didn't like Toy Story 3 should be stabbed.

I saw it twice and cried way more the second time. It was pretty embarrassing.

I still haven't seen this yet. What's the sad part about? I bet Dorkus was crying also.
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Message Posted On Friday, October 15th 2010 at 9:04 pm
On Friday, October 15th 2010 4:51 pm, PureMaria wrote:
On Thursday, September 9th 2010 9:08 pm, holophonor wrote:
Anyone who didn't like Toy Story 3 should be stabbed.

I saw it twice and cried way more the second time. It was pretty embarrassing.

I still haven't seen this yet. What's the sad part about? I bet Dorkus was crying also.



Jeez, when was the last time you posted here?
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Message Posted On Saturday, October 16th 2010 at 9:52 am
I saw Jackass 3D last night, and while it had it's moments, and is definitely worth seeing...Number 2 was better.
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Message Posted On Saturday, October 16th 2010 at 9:54 am
No toy cars up the butt this time around?
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Message Posted On Saturday, October 16th 2010 at 7:27 pm
On Friday, October 15th 2010 9:04 pm, REK-CAF wrote:
On Friday, October 15th 2010 4:51 pm, PureMaria wrote:
On Thursday, September 9th 2010 9:08 pm, holophonor wrote:
Anyone who didn't like Toy Story 3 should be stabbed.

I saw it twice and cried way more the second time. It was pretty embarrassing.

I still haven't seen this yet. What's the sad part about? I bet Dorkus was crying also.



Jeez, when was the last time you posted here?

Lol it has definitely been awhile. How've you been?
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Message Posted On Saturday, October 16th 2010 at 10:00 pm
I finally saw How to Train Your Dragon tonight.

Very good. I was surprised and intrigued to hear it's apparently going to be a adapted for a television series. I can't imagine how that's going to work though.
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Message Posted On Sunday, October 17th 2010 at 12:39 am
On Friday, October 15th 2010 4:51 pm, PureMaria wrote:
I still haven't seen this yet. What's the sad part about? I bet Dorkus was crying also.
Maria! Good to see you! LOL, dorkus is the biggest baby of all. The movie was about Andy going away to college and his toys realizing he has grown up. I teared up a few times throughout the movie, but the tears really started falling when *very specific spoilers* Woody and the gang are trapped in this pit that's approaching a giant incinerator at the junkyard. After realizing that escape is impossible, they all join hands and accept their inevitable death. Like, for real, for a moment, I thought they were really gonna be killed. BUT NO, it is a movie for children, so they were saved. From that point on, I was a mess. At the very end, Andy decides to give his toys away to a little girl down the street. When he gives them to her, he plays with them one last time. OMG, I was sobbing by this point. I'm literally tearing up just thinking about it. You really should see it. Even though I cried, it was very funny and just perfect.

On Saturday, October 16th 2010 9:52 am, rsetter3 wrote:
I saw Jackass 3D last night, and while it had it's moments, and is definitely worth seeing...Number 2 was better.
The part in the trailer where Bam gets knocked down made me laugh so hard.

On Saturday, October 16th 2010 10:00 pm, KYLEd wrote:
I finally saw How to Train Your Dragon tonight.
I really wanted to see that movie! The trailer made me cry, though, and I'm sick of crying in movie theaters, so I decided to wait until I could rent it, LOL. Maybe next weekend.
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Message Posted On Sunday, October 17th 2010 at 7:34 am
Watched Red last night and I liked it, was a fun action movie.
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Message Posted On Sunday, October 17th 2010 at 5:59 pm
On Saturday, October 16th 2010 7:27 pm, PureMaria wrote:
On Friday, October 15th 2010 9:04 pm, REK-CAF wrote:
On Friday, October 15th 2010 4:51 pm, PureMaria wrote:
On Thursday, September 9th 2010 9:08 pm, holophonor wrote:
Anyone who didn't like Toy Story 3 should be stabbed.

I saw it twice and cried way more the second time. It was pretty embarrassing.

I still haven't seen this yet. What's the sad part about? I bet Dorkus was crying also.



Jeez, when was the last time you posted here?

Lol it has definitely been awhile. How've you been?


Why I'm just excellent How about yourself?
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Message Posted On Sunday, October 17th 2010 at 10:14 pm
On Saturday, October 16th 2010 9:54 am, REK-CAF wrote:
No toy cars up the butt this time around?


Hahaha. No not this time, but one skit that had me laughing soooo hard was when Wee Man was in a bar with a woman midget and this other tattooed midget comes in and starts saying how he's her boyfriend. Wee Man goes "Well, I'm her man friend (LMAO)", and the other midget angrily leaves. Seconds later he comes in with a group of other midgets and jump Wee Man. Full out brawl in the bar. Little midget cops come in to try to break things up, which were some great shock laughs, followed shortly by midget paramedics, which almost brought me to tears. Haha and the paramedics trying to backboard the "hooligan" midget was just priceless. It's funnier when you actually see it for yourself but I was on the ground laughing my ass off.

There are a lot of other funny moments but I'll keep them to myself and let you all see it for yourselves.

While I wasn't totally let down, I was a bit disappointed. The movie felt too short this time around. I waited with such anticipation to see this movie for over a month. Me and my friends all bought tickets at 5 for the 10PM show in fear the movie would be sold out. We all smoked two blunts right beforehand to better our movie going experience . And yet, I just didn't find myself laughing as hysterically as I did for Number 2.
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Message Posted On Monday, October 18th 2010 at 7:16 am
So many amazing moments on that show over the years. One of my favorites was the one where they put Ehren in a straight jacket and drive the white van around like they're delivering a mentally disturbed prisoner. Then they ask someone for directions at a gas station and Ehren jumps out and runs away, and then the drivers start screaming, "HE GOT OUT, HE GOT OUT, SOMEONE GRAB HIM!" Priceless. That show has become like South Park in the way that our generation sort of grew up with it.
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Message Posted On Wednesday, October 20th 2010 at 4:21 am
Born To Raise Hell, what a pile of ****, should have known better than to try and watch it as Steven Seagal is in it lol
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Message Posted On Friday, October 22nd 2010 at 4:27 am
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Well as far as which is the last movie i watched is concern than that is "Inception", what a great movie that was, i think that was one of the top pest movie ever...
DavidSmith

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Message Posted On Friday, October 22nd 2010 at 11:34 pm
Hi,
I have watched many movies. but Last time, I have watched "The Expendables" movie with my friends.
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