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    10/10 freaking amazing, I loved it- watched it twice
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    Superbad: 6/10

    It was pretty funny. I think you'll have to be in a gross mood to see it. It was better than Knocked Up, but 40 Year Old Virgin is still the best from these creators. I laughed my butt off, but I'm not sure it warrents much.

    War: 0/10

    Well, it was crap. Simply put.

    Nanny Diaries: 1/10

    I didn't watch it all. My wife wanted to see it, and I entertained the baby, but Scarleet Johannsen=better than War.

    Seraphim Falls: 6/10

    Liam Nieson and Pierce Brosnan were good. It wasn't much of a story. Just one guy chasing the other for the entire movie, but it was better than doing nothing in the IMAX booth.

    The Protector: 8/10

    Watched this again too. Picked it up and watched it in the booth. Tony Jaa would make short work of Jet Li, Jackie Chan, (insert other martial art actors here) in like seconds. This guy can kick major butt.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Budris View Post
    Vacancy 7.3 / 10




    This movie is way way tom predictable. horibble acting. very predictable direction and lines.
    Other than that, it was great, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Budris View Post
    Ju-On (Grudge) 7.5 -

    Just like the american re-make. Horrible
    Grudge 2. 6.5/10. Sequels always have their challenges to match the prequel, don't they? It was ok.

    I loved the american remake of Grudge!!! Ju-On was pretty freaky too. love my scary movies....right keith????

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithbishop View Post
    Planet of the Apes -- The Complete TV Series (1974 Roddy McDowall/ Ron Harper/ James Naughton) 7/10

    OK, OK, OK.... I love the Planet of the Apes: the original movies (especially the 1st 2), the remake, and the TV series. I vaguely remembered the TV series, though I was very, very young. I love Roddy McDowall and the hoky costumes, the overacting and lack of plot(perhaps the 1st 2 movies had a bit of a plot). I watched the 14 episode TV series with my 9-year old son... and he'd give it a 10/10. I spent as much time watching him watch the show as I did watching the show itself... and I saw the same magic in his eyes that must remain in mine after seeing the 1st 2 movies 20-something times over the years. Life is good.
    I remember seeing this when i was very young. it scared the c**p out of me and there were times when i would face the front door and not watch! my mom loved this...and she was also really into the original Star Trek.

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    Quote Originally Posted by melissAnn View Post
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    10/10 freaking amazing, I loved it- watched it twice




    Just got done watching it!!!!!! 10 outta 10 also.




    Loved the fight scenes!!!!




    And yep, I will be watching it again before returning it to the ex.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Chica_Ang View Post
    Grudge 2. 6.5/10. Sequels always have their challenges to match the prequel, don't they? It was ok.

    I loved the american remake of Grudge!!! Ju-On was pretty freaky too. love my scary movies....right keith????
    I LOVE SCARY MOVIES!!!!

    by far my favorite movies is horror.

    I don't know why but it just did not do it for me. I think the direction was a lot better with Ju-on but picture quality was far better with american version.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chica_Ang View Post
    I remember seeing this when i was very young. it scared the c**p out of me and there were times when i would face the front door and not watch! my mom loved this...and she was also really into the original Star Trek.
    You have a very cool mom. Star Trek, Godzilla, King Kong, and Planet of the Apes were my favorites until graduating to horror movies and The Twilight Zone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Budris View Post
    I LOVE SCARY MOVIES!!!!

    by far my favorite movies is horror.

    I don't know why but it just did not do it for me. I think the direction was a lot better with Ju-on but picture quality was far better with american version.
    i agree. the american version was (so far...) the ONLY movie that my husband and i both screamed within the first 5 minutes!!!! LOL

    i love horror flicks.....time to check out "Nosferatu" again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keithbishop View Post
    You have a very cool mom. Star Trek, Godzilla, King Kong, and Planet of the Apes were my favorites until graduating to horror movies and The Twilight Zone.
    yes...cool moms are the besssst!

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    disturbia via blockbuster online rental

    it was really good more suspenseful then scary!
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    Superbad 10/10

    Hands down the funniest movie i have ever seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schroedog View Post
    Superbad 10/10

    Hands down the funniest movie i have ever seen.
    You must not watch too many movies...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Budris View Post
    Ju-On (Grudge) 7.5 -

    Just like the american re-make. Horrible


    Perfect stranger 7.9 / 10 -

    This movie is watchable... just not that good. If Bruce was not in it would be a lot less. Hallaberry is overrated.
    Question about your rating system Nick.

    I agree with your views on these movies, but why give them such high ratings of 7's? Or almost 8's?

    Under my system, Perfect Stranger would be in the 5 area. I'm not sure about the ending, and the entire movie was just "meh" Giovanni Ribisi was the star of that film, he's a great actor.

    As for Grudge 2, I wouldn't waste my time, but I'm guessing my rating would be somewhere around 2.

    Anyway, for a movie that is "horrible" like you said, isn't 7.5 a little too generous?


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    The Far Country (1955 James Stewart) 7.5/10

    James Stewart + Western = . Took me a little while to get into it, but it was well worth having to show a bit of patience.
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