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Old 03-26-2017, 01:23 PM   #9871
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I have to agree with loosegoose. The revelation of what he really is was pathetic. But I didn't like the rest of the movie too. As ridiculous as it is, the entire Superman mythology isn't better.
I can't believe what I am hearing from you. Hancock was a great movie. It made 4 times as much money that was used to produce the movie and it was given an average rating. And to say what you said about the Superman mythology is just plain cruel. Superman "the movie" starring the late Christopher Reeve is my all time favorite movie, and every movie and t.v. show about Superman has been good to great. Shame on you Brecht!
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Old 03-26-2017, 01:35 PM   #9872
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....and every movie and t.v. show about Superman has been good to great.

Er..... Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)

I like bad movies but there is really no excuse for that dire attempt
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I can't believe what I am hearing from you. Hancock was a great movie. It made 4 times as much money that was used to produce the movie and it was given an average rating. And to say what you said about the Superman mythology is just plain cruel. Superman "the movie" starring the late Christopher Reeve is my all time favorite movie, and every movie and t.v. show about Superman has been good to great. Shame on you Brecht!
What can I say. I'm a cruel bastard.
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What can I say. I'm a cruel bastard.
No. you're like my late father. When he would take me and my younger brother to the movies, he would sleep while we watched monster movies, B-science fiction movies, gladiator movies, western movies, and adventure movies. My father liked intelligent dramas, historical dramas, and foreign films.
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No. you're like my late father. When he would take me and my younger brother to the movies, he would sleep while we watched monster movies, B-science fiction movies, gladiator movies, western movies, and adventure movies. My father liked intelligent dramas, historical dramas, and foreign films.
Good man. Your father and I would have been great friends.
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just because it was on, and I caught it at the very beginning. you know
the story, you know the cast. third installment of the trilogy. the best thing
about this movie, is that it tells the "story" in a more fluid way than the
book. if you've read the trilogy, you know what I mean. it flows better.

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John Stamos as the son of a secret agent, who must take up his father's fight to stop an evil hermaphrodite (Gene Simmons) from poisoning the water supply
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The Maltese Falcon. I'm sorry to say it wasn't as good as I remembered. Watching Spade work his way through every moral permutation of the situation got a bit tiresome and Bogie's acting style seems a bit manic. Always a treat to see Mr Sydney and Mr Peter though.

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Watched The Girl Next Door (2007) with tears in my eyes !
Most disturbing movie ever, based on true events.

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