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Originally Posted by elija Watched Krull again yesterday. Cheesetastic! Loved the video game ! I seem to remember feeling a bit let-down leaving the theater, though...but yes, cheese-factor high!...
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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    Watched Krull again yesterday. Cheesetastic!
    Loved the video game! I seem to remember feeling a bit let-down leaving the theater, though...but yes, cheese-factor high!

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    The Big Year

    Being a fan of all 3 of the guys (Steve Martin, Jack Black, and Owen Wilson, in particular order), I watched The Big Year last nite, expecting the worst. To my surprise, it did not suck. Also, it was entertaining, and had some actual funny moments, though it was more of a "peer into the life of a crazy birder" style movie. I don't know how much of it is true - Hollywood is Hollywood, after all, and they want to sell tickets, but it smacked of truth, and was thus, all the more compelling. Plus, it had some truly awesome scenic shots, and I suppose some good shots of birds, if you're into that.

    Don't expect Steve Martin to slay you w/his sarcastic wit or Jack Black to go rolling down a mountain side, but you get sucked into the story. It is worth a rental, I would say.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atreyu View Post
    Don't expect Steve Martin to slay you w/his sarcastic wit or Jack Black to go rolling down a mountain side, but you get sucked into the story. It is worth a rental, I would say.

    The Big Year
    I saw most of The Big Year on directv a few weeks back and was surprised at how the story itself caught my interest. So, yes, I agree that a rental or borrow from a friend is certainly in order.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elija View Post
    Watched Krull again yesterday. Cheesetastic!
    I love that movie! Which is kinda convenient, as it's one of my wife's favorites, as well.
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    I just saw The Dark Knight last night. It was amazing!

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    I just finished watching all of Grindhouse for the first time ever, and it's a hoot all the way:

    Grindhouse (2007) - IMDb

    The second film starts off and stays a little slow up to about the middle of the movie, but then it pays off big time from there and toward the ending.
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    I just finished watching Zombieland and it turned out to be much better (and funnier) than I was expecting:

    Zombieland (2009) - IMDb

    Woody Harrelson was really good in this one. Recommended for at least a rental if you like zombie-oriented comedy!
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    The World's Fastest Indian

    Burt Munro (Played by Anthony Hopkins) was a true biker in this movie. Kinda a cult classic with me. I loved how he took what was available to the average joe and made something extra ordinary out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    I just finished watching Zombieland and it turned out to be much better (and funnier) than I was expecting:

    Zombieland (2009) - IMDb

    Woody Harrelson was really good in this one. Recommended for at least a rental if you like zombie-oriented comedy!
    Yes! Bill Murray had an excellent cameo, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rokytnji View Post
    The World's Fastest Indian

    Burt Munro (Played by Anthony Hopkins) was a true biker in this movie. Kinda a cult classic with me. I loved how he took what was available to the average joe and made something extra ordinary out of it.
    Yes, definitely a great movie, and one that lots of folks might not have even heard of, much less seen.


    Quote Originally Posted by atreyu View Post
    Yes! Bill Murray had an excellent cameo, too.

    My favorite rule: Rule #2: The double-tap.
    That was definitely a good rule, and yeah, Murray was really good in it, Amber Heard was "looking" really good too, until the worst happened!
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