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What's a good movie?

By hn9821
Dec 25, 2010
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  1. circusboy01

    circusboy01 TS Enthusiast Posts: 892   +12

    Where I live we have Dollar movies. The theater is getting kind of old They have built bigger and fancier ones.So after a movie has made the rounds of the newer theaters they end up their and you can see them for $1.50 to $2.00 CB
     
  2. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,371   +289

    Yeah - I think it has hit our dollar movies now too - too bad dollar movies aren't just a dollar any more.
     
  3. circusboy01

    circusboy01 TS Enthusiast Posts: 892   +12

     
  4. bleebee86

    bleebee86 TS Rookie

    dont take movie advice from anyone that thinks "little fockers" is a good movie.
    worst. movie. ever.
     
  5. Neil010

    Neil010 TS Rookie Posts: 57

    Watch Transformers 3. The special effects will blow your mind!
     
  6. WinXPert

    WinXPert TS Booster Posts: 527

    Star Wars Episode I-VI, watch it in one sitting, just have enough pop corns.
     
  7. Zen

    Zen TechSpot Paladin Posts: 938   +44

    Batman Begins
    Batman : The Dark Knight
    The Last Samurai
    The Hunt For Red October
    K-19 The Widow Maker
    Lethal Weapon 1,2,3,4 #1 Being The Best
    Beverly Hills Cop (The Original)
    Contact

    That sums up my top 8 of what I think are the best movies!
     
  8. circusboy01

    circusboy01 TS Enthusiast Posts: 892   +12

    I can't say that Little Fockers is the worst movie ever. I never saw it. The previews were enough to make me stay away.
    Also movies,or anything that uses a play on words.Little Fockers sounds like Little ------
    I'm sure I don't even need to say it. People who thank that's funny, remind me of little children giggling. when they say a bad word. Tee Hee Tee Hee you said Poo Poo..
    CB ( from now on) Ray
    O.K. I'm ready for the flack. Lay it on me.
     
  9. WinXPert

    WinXPert TS Booster Posts: 527

    Tom Clancy

    The Hunt for Red October
    Patriot Games
    The Sum of All Fears
    Clear and Present Danger
     
  10. learninmypc

    learninmypc TS Evangelist Posts: 5,448   +242

  11. SNGX1275

    SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 12,690   +335

    I recently watched Unstoppable, its a good action movie.

    For a good martial arts movie check out Ip Man. (I'm not a martial arts aficionado, so there may be others better).
     
     
  12. Benny26

    Benny26 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,578   +47

    Star wars movies are good (IV, V and VI are my favs though), Star Trek movies are good, Inception's a good film...Bloodsport is a favorite of mine also.
     
  13. mike1959

    mike1959 TS Addict Posts: 1,126   +22

    Great Escape, Flight of the Phoenix (old or newer version), Wargames ( can't explain why, it's just so watchable.) and Star Wars (again).
    I went to see Star Wars at the Odeon in Luton, June '77, was SO impressed, and then had to catch the bus to go home, in the dark. Never been so disappointed with real life! I'm nearly over it now.
     
  14. ravisunny2

    ravisunny2 TS Ambassador Posts: 2,062   +8

    The Hunt for Red October
    Kill Bill 1 & 2
     
  15. ninso

    ninso TS Rookie Posts: 29

    i like:

    fast five
    hangover 1,2
    007
    barbar conan
    immortals
    300 sparta
    never back down
     
  16. tehbanz

    tehbanz TS Enthusiast Posts: 183   +10

    did anyone say hobo with a shotgun yet?

    hobo with a shotgun.
     
  17. SammyJames

    SammyJames TS Enthusiast Posts: 168

    The Limey.

    If you've never watched it, find it and watch it NOW. It is about 12 years old and still rocks hard.

    The only other movie that I can recommend, seriously, is Jurassic Park III. That one makes I & II look like kiddie flicks.

    Seriously.

    :)

    - S
     
  18. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 11,055   +970

    That sounds a bit too, "esoteric" for my pedestrian tastes...:rolleyes:

    Moving along, "Thor", (recently released to DVD), was very entertaining.

    That said, I would have liked to see two versions released, one with Natalie Portman, the other with Keira Knightley in the "Jane Foster" role.

    Ms. Knightley has the flatter chest, an overbite, and a cockney accent, all of which I find terribly appealing. Fetish, I suppose.

    Other than those minute differences, they look pretty much alike.....:rolleyes:
     
  19. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,371   +289

    They don't look alike! Keira looks much better! In fact, she's who I named my second daughter after - and I don't prefer flat chested skinny women.
     
  20. Mizzou

    Mizzou TS Enthusiast Posts: 930

    I also found Thor to be quite entertaining, a nice addition to the Marvel series. As to the debate between Natalie and Keria I'd have to say they both look pretty good to me ... perhaps a poll is in order to resolve this matter.

    [​IMG]
     
  21. tehbanz

    tehbanz TS Enthusiast Posts: 183   +10

    esoteric schmesoteric, it's about a hobo with a dream to buy a lawn-mower and start his own lawn-mowing business. He saves up enough money but when he's buying his mower a girl is getting harassed by some thugs. Instead of purchasing his lawn mower he buys a shotgun instead and decides to become a vigilante. PLUS it has rutger hauer! What's not to love?
     
  22. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 11,055   +970

    Oh Lord......!
    Well, it is nice to see Mr. Hauer moving up to lead roles, after the "low point" of his career in "Blade Runner". This was obviously beneath him, being forced to take on the supporting role of "Roy Batty"! Incidentally, I believe he was even overlooked for an Oscar in that epic film.

    If you simply can't get enough of "Hobo with a Shotgun", the IMDB assures me there is a "making of" addition to its film library! The scary part of this movie's cult lore is, the Hauer version is a remake! http://www.imdb.com/find?s=all&q=hobo with a shotgun

    The photo of Ms. Knightley Mizzou has posted is from the London premier of, "Pirates of The Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest"! A title I find quite ironic in view of the discussion that will now follow. Kiera, in her choice of gown, whether consciously or unconsciously, issues the most glorious public rebuke of breast enhancement surgery to which I have borne witness. Beverly Hills plastic surgeons take note, cast down your silicone fun bags, and if you please, take the rest of the decade or so off.

    The photo series from which that shot was taken, was floating around the net, at or near full res, check it out if you can find it.

    Keira Knightley is arguably a better actress that Natalie Portman, if only for the fact her screen presence is much more commanding. Check out her in, "King Arthur", with Clive Owen. She more than holds her own. She's also the more sensual, erotic creature of the two women. This despite Portman's effort as the the semi nude, exotic dancer, "Alice", in "Closer. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0376541/ In "Closer", an odd turn of parallel destinies manifests itself, with Clive Owen showing up in the film. I saw it, and trust me, this movie is no, "King Arthur".

    However, when she volunteers for duty in the Jane Austin novel based, "Pride and Predjudice", that's where I bail. She could almost do that superficial, pretentious garbage naked, and I wouldn't watch it. Although, if anybody knows of a porn version, please link it for me....:rolleyes:
     
  23. LNCPapa

    LNCPapa TS Special Forces Posts: 4,371   +289

    Okay - in that picture they do look similar. I prefer Keira in a Pirates getup.
     
  24. SNGX1275

    SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 12,690   +335

    When I saw Kiera in Pirates (the first one?) that was the first time I had ever seen her, and for a while I did think it was Natalie.

    Different topic:
    Surprised nobody commented on Ip Man that I suggested. Maybe nobody has seen it?
     
  25. captaincranky

    captaincranky TechSpot Addict Posts: 11,055   +970

    The Japanese, anime fans, and the like call that, "Cosplay", and it seems to be a Japanese national pastime.... :haha: ..:wave:

    Thanks to Mizzou, for a stellar piece of image research.
     


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