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  1. #51
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickwm21 View Post
    I watched Food Inc last night. Scared the shit outta me.
    I should just watch that thing and get it over with. It's just that I can only take so much convincing evidence that every facet of our lives is corrupted by ruthless greed.

    Quote Originally Posted by nickwm21 View Post
    Also.

    La Femme Nakita
    The opening scene is a masterpiece in itself.
    Hillshire Farm is sexy

    Grab both cheeks and sink your teeth into the ass of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkhound Odin View Post
    I had to watch the series when it came out on PBS for high school science class. The only thing I remember: BILLIONS AND BILLIONS
    I grew up watching Carl, and it's:

    BILLLLLLLL-YINS AND BILLLLLLLLLL-YINS.
    Hillshire Farm is sexy

    Grab both cheeks and sink your teeth into the ass of life.

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    Orgazmo

    because it's awesome.
    "Vagenius"

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    I watched The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo last night and followed it up with the The Girl that played with Fire (or was it kicked a wasps nest) tonight. Anyway. I've watched the first two and they're both great. I thought the first was a little better. The second feels like more of a set-up for the third. I'll definitely be watching the third installment soon.

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    IP MAN. bruce lee's mentor. must see.
    Last edited by dynodonkeyaltabird; 02-07-2011 at 02:11 AM.
    Perhaps you'd be more comfortable on epicski or Paula's Ski Lovers, AltaNancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meatdrink9 View Post
    The second feels like more of a set-up for the third.
    It definitely is. I can't speak for the third movie, but the book really ramped things up.

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    Countryman (1982) - Good photography, tropical paradi, killer reggae soundtrack (be sure to blaze up first), international espionage, alligator wrestling, giant spliffs, guns, helicopters, motherfucking kung-fu fighting rastafarians, and tits in the opening scene. Need I say more?

    Great thread by the way. Just got a roku and catching up on old flicks.

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    Intelligence - sorta a canadian version of The Wire, but with regards to the grow-ops... Only about 4 episodes in, but I'm completely hooked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    It definitely is. I can't speak for the third movie, but the book really ramped things up.
    Really? I read and enjoyed the first two books. Just started the third and almost gave up on it. Seems like it has been ramping up for a lame-ass courtroom drama. Maybe I will stick with it for a bit.

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    The Parking Lot Movie

    Its a documentary about a parking lot right behind UVA's campus that hires grad students as lot attendants. hilarity, existential commentary on humanity, and all-around awesomeness ensues

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    Quote Originally Posted by dynodonkeyaltabird View Post
    IP MAN. bruce lee's mentor. must see.
    Seconded.

    Watched The Nest yesterday and it is gun blazing goodness.
    Hillshire Farm is sexy

    Grab both cheeks and sink your teeth into the ass of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcsquared View Post
    Really? I read and enjoyed the first two books. Just started the third and almost gave up on it. Seems like it has been ramping up for a lame-ass courtroom drama. Maybe I will stick with it for a bit.
    Stick with it. It is really good.

    That second movie cut out so much shit from the book that I didn't even really recognize it. The third one is out on insta view now. Might watch it tonight.
    Stick with the book though. It does not disappoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ride the biscuit View Post
    The Parking Lot Movie
    Watched it last night reminded me of a rental/ski shop I worked at for 6 years. The customer was never right and the owner was ok with that as long as we were making money.
    People should learn endurance; they should learn to endure the discomforts of heat and cold, hunger and thirst; they should learn to be patient when receiving abuse and scorn; for it is the practice of endurance that quenches the fire of worldly passions which is burning up their bodies.
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    Watched Mr. Untouchable today. Was pretty good. if you liked american gangster check it out. Now if only netflix could get the wire and breaking bad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crock View Post
    Also watched "The Parking Lot Movie" last night. Maybe not as good as King of Kong, but definitely worth the hour of your time.
    ha, i recommended the parking lot movie on page 3 without having seen your post. i saw king of kong a while ago. really liked both. tough to compare the two, but i may nod towards parking lot movie because i love the commentary on how people can be such jackasses and think nothing of it

    Im surprised I havn't seen this title in this thread: Exit Through the Gift Shop - its another documentary about street art (aka: graffiti). very worth a watch

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    Quote Originally Posted by tank3467 View Post
    Dexter

    If you dont have showtime like myself the first two seasons are on netflix. Its like watching a 12 hour movie, each episode goes directly into the next one and its quite addicting. Just turned on to it two weeks ago and I'm half way through season 2. Unfortunately season 3 and 4 are not instant yet.
    Just finished season 1 yesterday. Seriously kick ass show! Going to start season 2 in short order and considering reading the novel the show was adapted from.

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    Just watched 180 Degrees South and it is real magic.
    Hillshire Farm is sexy

    Grab both cheeks and sink your teeth into the ass of life.

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    Gonzo. absolute must see!
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Thrashin'

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    The Vice Guide to Travel
    "These are crazy times Mr Hatter, crazy times. Crazy like Buddha! Muwahaha!"

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    The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia

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    Quote Originally Posted by ride the biscuit View Post
    The Parking Lot Movie

    Its a documentary about a parking lot right behind UVA's campus that hires grad students as lot attendants. hilarity, existential commentary on humanity, and all-around awesomeness ensues
    saw this on my netflix rec and thought this looks dumb...u have convinced me to see it

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    Quote Originally Posted by char View Post
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    2nd that. Some of that shit will just freak you out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milton View Post
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    got into that today - great piece, thanks for the tip
    if you've never seen an elephant ski, you've never been on acid.

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