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    Rex Ars ex Inane Member M's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiplash View Post
    Had LOTR marathon last night.
    Extended Length, or Theatrical Release? If EL, then holy crap, that must have been a long day.

    "No longer will you be looking from outside; you will be living it.
    "Today you will become a part of the Fantasia."

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    ^ It's a total of 10 hours. I know, I've done it and never again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xpeed View Post
    ^ It's a total of 10 hours. I know, I've done it and never again.
    I've done it twice. Not many like movies that last that long (e.g. the full star wars collection). I know I liked it. This next time, I'm going to watch the extra features, though that may require a full weekend.

    "No longer will you be looking from outside; you will be living it.
    "Today you will become a part of the Fantasia."

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    Pretty sure it was theatrical release. We started at like 6:30 pm and ended around 4 am. That's like 10 hours, but I've only ever seen the theatrical release and I don't remember seeing anything new this time around. Plus, I think after the first movie we took a fifteen minute break and then took a half hour break after the third. So, it's probably closer to 8.5 hours of actual watch time.

    My next marathon will probably take place when The Hobbit hits DVD/Blue-Ray, that'll be one hell of a day.

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    The Help

    Was a good movie, I liked it.

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    The Lorax and Outrage. I was surprised by The Lorax, it was a lot better than I thought it would be!

    EDIT: And I just watched Appaloosa. Not bad for a modern western, though not all that great either.
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    Full Metal Jacket. Such a classic. And Pulp Fiction. Man the ending always gets me. Samuel L Jackson is such a BOSS.

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    Just watched Hop...

    *eyetwitch*

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    The Lucky One... Better than Dear John, not as good as The Notebook. Either way, it's a chick flic and should be avoided.

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    Full Metal Jacket. Such a classic. And Pulp Fiction. Man the ending always gets me. Samuel L Jackson is such a BOSS.
    EVERYONE is a boss in Pulp Fiction. That's why it's such an awesome movie.
    I don't think there was one character in that movie I disliked, hahah.

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    Went and saw the midnight release of The Avengers.

    It was pretty good as far as marvel movies go. I wish they'd stop making shit in 3d though. I would have gone and saw the 2d one but they were only showing it in 3d at the midnight release.

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    The Avengers as well......Hulk scenes were the best. He was tearing it up!

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    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

    "Watch it Maggie, your claws are showing."


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    Quote Originally Posted by Whiplash View Post
    Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

    "Watch it Maggie, your claws are showing."

    Brick: What is the victory of a cat on a hot tin roof?
    Maggie: Just staying on it I guess, long as she can.

    Quote Originally Posted by xpeed View Post
    The Avengers as well......Hulk scenes were the best. He was tearing it up!
    Loved this!!! so. much. ACTION.

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    Dark Shadows

    I quite enjoyed this. Got quite a few smiles of amusement and laughter out of me too. I felt as though it could have spent a few more minutes on each of the characters, just so the audience could get a better feel and likeness for them. While not Tim Burton's best work, its still a great film which will give you some good laughs, also quite a few clever references to Burton's other movies.

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