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Originally Posted by atreyu yeah, my wife dragged me to that one...turns out i loved it. and i really liked the girl who played Katniss (great name, too). i ended ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by atreyu View Post
    yeah, my wife dragged me to that one...turns out i loved it. and i really liked the girl who played Katniss (great name, too). i ended up reading all 3 books after that (just finished the 3rd one a couple days ago).

    the only thing in the movie i didn't like was the style of the shooting (the camera, not the bow) from the beginning up until they entered the arena: you know, the shaky MTV type of thing. i get what they were trying to do, but it felt out of place to me. otherwise, a great flick.
    Finally saw it last night. I loved it and so did the wife and son. Can't wait to see the rest of them.
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    Just finished watching Office Space for the first time ever:

    Office Space (1999) - IMDb

    It was a pretty good comedy that's definitely worth recommending to others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    Just finished watching Office Space for the first time ever:

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    It was a pretty good comedy that's definitely worth recommending to others.
    That is a classic. Very good movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    Just finished watching Office Space for the first time ever:

    Office Space (1999) - IMDb

    It was a pretty good comedy that's definitely worth recommending to others.

    An all time great. Definitely in my top 5 movies.
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    Yeah, Office Space was obviously going to be a very funny movie right from the get-go when then lead character was in the traffic jam trying to get to the workplace!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oz View Post
    Just finished watching Office Space for the first time ever:

    Office Space (1999) - IMDb

    It was a pretty good comedy that's definitely worth recommending to others.
    got a red stapler on my desk. better not touch it.
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    I watched The Boondock Saints and The Boondock Saints II earlier today and both were good, but the first one was the better movie in my opinion:

    The Boondock Saints (1999) - IMDb

    The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day (2009) - IMDb

    There was a bit too much silly humor thrown into the second movie for my tastes.
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    I got to see Reservoir dogs. Love Love Love this flick. Solid cast, good story, lots of action. I must admit, during the cop torture scene the song they played is one of my favorite songs. They almost ruined it for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    I got to see Reservoir dogs. Love Love Love this flick. Solid cast, good story, lots of action.

    Reservoir Dogs (1992) - IMDb
    I watched that one a couple of days back for the first time ever and liked it very much as well. Tim Roth (played Mr. Orange in this one) always puts on a great act and he was exceptional in this one, in my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTbob View Post
    I got to see Reservoir dogs. Love Love Love this flick. Solid cast, good story, lots of action. I must admit, during the cop torture scene the song they played is one of my favorite songs. They almost ruined it for me.
    Stealers Wheel - Stuck in the middle with you.

    EDIT: Reservoir Dogs (1992) - IMDb
    I'll never forget the first time I saw this flick. It felt like I was rediscovering film-making; it was that good. Such strong dialog, but at the same time great action sequences and smart cinematography. and yes, Mike, I love that song, too. and Mr Blonde really cuts up the dance floor (and Marv).

    I have so many favorite scenes in that movie, but one of the top ones is where Tim Roth is practicing his story about taking a piss in the bathroom and the cops and their dog walk in.

    The tip discussion in the opening sequence is another fave (and at least in theory, I don't exactly disagree w/it either...)

    My favorite character is Mr. Pink - Steve Buscemi was just brilliant.

    Then of course Tarantino solidifies his place in director history w/Pulp Fiction a couple years later...

    LOVE Reservoir Dogs!

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