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    If Tony Lister (aka Deebo, aka ZEUUUUUUUS) is Mr. Freeze it would be up there with the Mr.Freeze of 11 years ago that pissed everyone off.

    Know who needs to play Mr. Freeze? That one guy from Under Siege who did all the computer stuff, then gets shot by the girl. I don't know his name, but him.

    And the new Punisher movie was bad, but had some of the best goofy violence in a movie in a LOOOOOONG time. I'm talking better than Shoot-em-up, and I loved that movie for it's goofy violence.




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    Actually, you know who might make a good Mr Freeze? Jon Torturro. It might sound out there, but so was Heath Ledger at first. I bet he could nail it.

    Or, since Christopher Nolan seems to favor Australian actors, what about Hugo Weaving?

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    Watched Choke last night.

    I had high hopes because I loved the book and I like Sam Rockwell, but the movie was a complete mess.

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    Has anybody ever seen The Killing Kind (Curtis Harrington, 1973)?

    Sincerely, this must be one of the best (if not the best) serial killer movie I have ever seen, from a psychological point of view. Seriously underrated and unkown material.

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    I remember for years loving Throw Momma From The Train even though I never fully watched it. I just knew it'd be awesome.

    I finally watched the whole thing a few days ago and now understand that it's one of the greatest movies out of the 80's, and it never get's discussed anymore.

    Then I showed a newer friend Battle Royale, and he found it to be incredible although he made fun of it a bit more than I would have liked.




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    I just finished reading Watchmen for the second time, and it has given me even more reasons to hate that godawful film adaptation. Man what a hack Zach Snyder is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kollision View Post
    Has anybody ever seen The Killing Kind (Curtis Harrington, 1973)?

    Sincerely, this must be one of the best (if not the best) serial killer movie I have ever seen, from a psychological point of view. Seriously underrated and unkown material.
    have it on dvd thought that i was a lost slasher gem
    but i found it a real stinker ain t happening much only good thing is that the mother poisend her own son in the end

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    The last movie I saw was The Haunting In Connecticut. Let me just say, I hate most horror movies these days, all these tedious Japanese horror novel adaptations... They're mostly just bad. But this movie was seriously pretty decent. Pretty spooky. Supposedly based on a true story!

    Yeah, it's worth checking out.
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    Rear Window - My favorite Hitchcock movie, with Vertigo a close second.

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    Dead or Alive movie, I have never played the game, but it seemed to be related to it to some extent... nice movie IMO
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    Watched Step Brothers last night, it wasn`t too bad, the usual laughs at immaturity.

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    Last night I watched the new Alex Proyas, Knowing.
    It's awesome.
    First movie I see that's atheist and christian at the same time, how cool is that?

    Another good thing is that it puts Nic Cage's career back on track. He needed this.

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    Last good movie I saw was BLAST OF SILENCE, an old noir or crime flick from the 60s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kollision View Post
    Last night I watched the new Alex Proyas, Knowing.
    It's awesome.
    First movie I see that's atheist and christian at the same time, how cool is that?

    Another good thing is that it puts Nic Cage's career back on track. He needed this.
    Ugh, seriously? I thought Cage was worse than ever in this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerry coeurl View Post
    Ugh, seriously? I thought Cage was worse than ever in this.
    Well, I agree his performance is a bit unstable.

    But the fact that he's in this movie is reinvigorating. For him and his career I mean.

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