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  1. #3226
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    Quote Originally Posted by mcski View Post
    Maybe this has already been mentioned, but Buried is now on Netflix. If you havenít seen it yet, itís a great doc on the 82 avalanche
    Very goodÖ

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    I enjoyed The Killer, had a nice revenge flow which I enjoy.

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    We just started watching Inside Man. Itís not gonna win any awards, but itís quite entertaining so far.


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    Shimmer Lake

    Really well done

    4 back to out of 5 fronts

    Reptile

    Good retelling of a familiar story

    3.5 snakes out of 5 bulldogs

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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    Blue Eyed Samurai - check it out.
    Good plot line and very good animation.
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    Okay, that looks kinda coolÖ

    Iím three episodes in and, holy shit, this is good! I mean really, really good! Itís even got a smidgen of hentai! LoL

    Seriously, excellent stuff!
    The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcski View Post
    Maybe this has already been mentioned, but Buried is now on Netflix. If you havenít seen it yet, itís a great doc on the 82 avalanche
    Holy shit yes that was intense.

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    BLUE EYE SAMURAI

    PEACHES!!!!!!!


    Ďnuff said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vt-Freeheel View Post
    I enjoyed The Killer, had a nice revenge flow which I enjoy.
    Watched it last night and I rather enjoyed it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Yo, anyone else watching Fall of the House of Usher? Just finished episode 2, Iíve never seen anything like that ending. It was truly horrific and I totally loved it! Thumbs up.
    Star Wars nerds will love Mark Hamill as Arthur Pym, heís fucking cold as ice.
    Loved it.

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    ONIMUSHA
    If you have been digging Blue Eye Samurai, then there’s a fair chance you might dig this as well.

    Overseen by gonzo genre master Takashi Miike, it too is an animated samurai epic. It’s just as violent as BES, but it’s more anime in style and quite a bit more fanciful: it features an Infinity Gauntlet type weapon and garishly long tongued demons.
    The main character is modeled after Toshiro Mifune, the godfather of samurai film; those familiar with his work will no doubt recognize a lot of the mannerisms Mifune perfected in his classic film roles.
    Oh, and it’s based on a popular Capcom videogame series.

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    Alternate version of Blue Eye Samurai episode 6:

    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    I find myself watching more and more recent anime: My Daemon - lot's of feels and incredibly creative daemons.

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    BLOOD AND GOLD
    While the core story is a familiar tale teeming with elements of the mysterious stranger trope, it is rendered with a great deal of verve and panache.
    Piled high with well choreographed action sequences, a couple of stock yet still potent villains, some nice use of music, and a swift sense of pacing, the film is a highly watchable spaghetti western-styled World War 2 yarn.

    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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    THE MACHINE
    I thoroughly enjoyed this comedic action lark that builds upon Bert Kreischerís iconic story about his collegiate trip to Russia.
    Mark Hamill, much like Hugh Grant, is enjoying a wonderful late career second act, proving to be a deft comedic foil. And Kreischer is a delightfully charismatic schlub.
    The action sequences are decent and I laughed out loud moreín once. Kinda bummed that I skipped it at the theater (stupidly I listened to the reviews, which largely wrote the film off as a mediocre, one note situational action comedy proving that most present day ďcriticsĒ donít know shit or they just donít find Kreischer funny; I do).
    YMMV, but it was worth my time and then some.

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    I thought it was great

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    Quote Originally Posted by dookeyXXX View Post
    THE MACHINE
    I thoroughly enjoyed this comedic action lark that builds upon Bert Kreischer’s iconic story about his collegiate trip to Russia.
    Mark Hamill, much like Hugh Grant, is enjoying a wonderful late career second act, proving to be a deft comedic foil. And Kreischer is a delightfully charismatic schlub.
    The action sequences are decent and I laughed out loud more’n once. Kinda bummed that I skipped it at the theater (stupidly I listened to the reviews, which largely wrote the film off as a mediocre, one note situational action comedy proving that most present day “critics” don’t know shit or they just don’t find Kreischer funny; I do).
    YMMV, but it was worth my time and then some.

    Thanks for the rec! I saw him this fall, and the machine story was funny, but he got side-tracked a few times and dragged it along too long. It seems like a great story for a movie.

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    OBLITERATED
    I didn’t have cable growing up, so I only heard whispered rumors about the lascivious late night offerings on HBO and Skinemax back in the day.
    This 8-episode series seems like it woulda been shown on those channels as it’s literally soft-core porn masquerading as a black ops Mission: Impossible-styled action endeavor crossed with The Hangover/Bachelor Party-styled hijinx.
    It’s cheesy and bad, but I could not stop watching it, mostly to see how over-the-top it would go. There’s full frontal, John Holmes shaming stunk cocks, catheter torture, coke addled camels, Elvis impersonators, glow-in-the-dark dildos, erotically inferred use of whipped cream, gratuitous beefcake, LSD induced gremlins, and C. Thomas Howell shitting himself. Yeah. You read that right.
    Stoopidly entertaining.

    RIYL
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    Heh. About 5 episodes in. Raunchy good time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dookeyXXX View Post
    OBLITERATED
    I didnít have cable growing up, so I only heard whispered rumors about the lascivious late night offerings on HBO and Skinemax back in the day.
    This 8-episode series seems like it woulda been shown on those channels as itís literally soft-core porn masquerading as a black ops Mission: Impossible-styled action endeavor crossed with The Hangover/Bachelor Party-styled hijinx.
    Itís cheesy and bad, but I could not stop watching it, mostly to see how over-the-top it would go. Thereís full frontal, John Holmes shaming stunk cocks, catheter torture, coke addled camels, Elvis impersonators, glow-in-the-dark dildos, erotically inferred use of whipped cream, gratuitous beefcake, LSD induced gremlins, and C. Thomas Howell shitting himself. Yeah. You read that right.
    Stoopidly entertaining.

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    Thanks for this rec. really great. So dumb, but super fun.

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    Leave the World Behind. Iíve got to stew on this one before I comment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    Leave the World Behind. I’ve got to stew on this one before I comment.
    A solid effort from Netflix

    Great cast, good acting, interesting storyline

    3.5 Friends out of 5 foes

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    After watching Blue Eyed Samurai which was great, can't wait for the sequel, I am deep into Obliterated. What a nutty over the top entertaining series, true lol adventure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Pow View Post
    A solid effort from Netflix

    Great cast, good acting, interesting storyline

    3.5 Friends out of 5 foes
    Gotta give it a bit less. This couldíve been a fantastic movie but many areas of the story fell short. It didnít feel like the writers gave it their best effort. But we are talking about Netflix soÖ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    Gotta give it a bit less. This couldíve been a fantastic movie but many areas of the story fell short. It didnít feel like the writers gave it their best effort. But we are talking about Netflix soÖ
    So much potential and so much let down.

    I get the plot but still not sure what the deer had to do with anything.

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    Beverly Hills Cop is indisputably one of the greatest American action comedies ever produced. It resides firmly in the canon along with Lethal Weapon, 48 Hours, Die Hard, First Blood, and Predator (amongst a few others) in terms of defining what a great modern action film is.
    I honestly don’t recall anything about Becerly Hills Cop 2 and am pretty sure I never saw Beverly Hills Cop III. And I am always skeptical about reboots and sequels that appear years after the original (BHC came out in 1984!!!).

    All that said, color me semi-intrigued:

    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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