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« Reply #90 on: February 23, 2008, 04:59:38 PM »



By the way, is that The Joker in your avatar?

Why, yes it is! It's the Heath Ledger one.

And I thought it was the Caesar Romero one.   BounceGiggle
I think it's quite hilarious that Caesar had a moustache under the facepaint.  It's just there.  He rocked as Joker though.

Yeah, I loved watching the show and seeing that musache on The Joker, it just didn't suite him and was so funny!
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« Reply #91 on: February 24, 2008, 06:52:48 AM »

Xanadu!

Now I know so many people on here hate it with a passion, but I think it's just great! It has it all - a nice story, memorable songs, singing, dancing and 'special' effects. I must have seen it 20 times, I just love it.
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« Reply #92 on: February 24, 2008, 01:35:43 PM »

Xanadu!

Now I know so many people on here hate it with a passion, but I think it's just great! It has it all - a nice story, memorable songs, singing, dancing and 'special' effects. I must have seen it 20 times, I just love it.



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« Reply #93 on: February 24, 2008, 09:53:43 PM »

RoboCop.

I have never met another human being who can even sit through thirty minutes of RoboCop, but I consider it to be as close to the perfect movie as any movie can be.

I'm also rather fond of Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer, though even my friends who like 80s cartoons can't stand it.
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« Reply #94 on: February 24, 2008, 10:46:20 PM »

RoboCop.

I have never met another human being who can even sit through thirty minutes of RoboCop, but I consider it to be as close to the perfect movie as any movie can be.

I'm also rather fond of Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer, though even my friends who like 80s cartoons can't stand it.

Robocop is one of my top ten favorite movies, how could anyone not like it?
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« Reply #95 on: February 25, 2008, 12:26:00 AM »

Robocop is one of my top ten favorite movies, how could anyone not like it?

Indeed! I think I've seen it in its entirety at least 30 times. Thumbup
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« Reply #96 on: February 25, 2008, 12:28:47 AM »

RoboCop.  I have never met another human being who can even sit through thirty minutes of RoboCop, but I consider it to be as close to the perfect movie as any movie can be.
Robocop is one of my top ten favorite movies, how could anyone not like it?
Indeed! I think I've seen it in its entirety at least 30 times. Thumbup
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« Reply #97 on: February 25, 2008, 01:25:13 AM »

RoboCop.

I have never met another human being who can even sit through thirty minutes of RoboCop, but I consider it to be as close to the perfect movie as any movie can be.

I'm also rather fond of Rainbow Brite and the Star Stealer, though even my friends who like 80s cartoons can't stand it.


What kind of Robocop hating place do you live in? Predator gets my vote as the perfect action movie, but how the hell can you hate Robocop?

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« Reply #98 on: February 25, 2008, 05:17:15 PM »

I've always been rather fond of C.H.U.D.  I can't believe they are remaking it.  I didn't think anyone really liked this movie but me.  There are people that say it's OK, it's terrible, it wasn't bad but it wasn't good, exc.  But I loved this movie. 

I actually liked Halloween III more than any of the other movies in the series.  Yes, I know, blasphemy.  In response, a song by Overkill comes to mind ("We don't care what you say ....").

I was always fond of Squirm and Slugs.  No CGI here.  I really appreciate that.  Squirm is one of those fond childhood memory movies.  I remember seeing the VHS (DVDs were not invented yet) box cover of a skull covered with worms when I went to the local rental establishment with my dad.  I was probably six or seven.  I pointed at it and wanted to see it.  So did dad. Se we rented it. 

Pieces is another.  I saw it when I was eight.  I wouldn't say this one is anything spectacular, but I enjoyed it.  Why the Hell did I see Pieces when I was only eight?  I guess I was privileged.  The other day I heard a little girl ask her mom if she could watch a rated PG-13 movie.  I almost choked on my time with laughter because I grew up watching rated R movies.  You know what did ... nothing, other than shape my taste in movies later in life.  Are parent's stricter in what they let their kids watch today compared to the early seventies and eighties.  I remember talking to other classmates in grade school about movies that mostly like would not be discussed in grade school today.    Shoot, I remember when PG-13 wasn't even a rating.  It went from PG straight to R.  I think I may have gotten off topic on another tangent and I am suppose to be studying for the Regulation section of the CPA exam I am taking tomarrow.  I better get back to that.     
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« Reply #99 on: February 26, 2008, 06:46:51 PM »

Some titles I love that others find less than appealing would be:

-Hellfighters (John Wayne)
-White Christmas (Most seem to prefer, Holiday Inn)
-Earth vs the Spider (1958)
-The Lost Continent (1968)
-The Terrornauts
-Flesh For Frankenstein
-Island of Terror
-Night of the Big Heat (AKA: Island of the Burning Doomed)
-The Lost World (1960)
-The Monster That Challenged the World
-Moon Zero Two
-The Navy vs the Night Monsters
-Night of the Lepus
-Billy the Kid vs Dracula
-Beginning of the End (Did see someone else mention this, greetings fellow fan!)
-One Million Years B.C.
-Rawhead Rex
-The Giant Claw
-Super Inframan
-The Frozen Dead
-When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth
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« Reply #100 on: February 26, 2008, 08:13:56 PM »

Some titles I love that others find less than appealing would be:

-Flesh For Frankenstein


I liked FFF better than BLOOD FOR DRACULA; most people are the opposite.
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« Reply #101 on: February 26, 2008, 09:55:57 PM »

I really liked When Dinosaurs ruled the Earth.  If only it would come out on DVD,  I bought a VHS copy of it.
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« Reply #102 on: February 26, 2008, 10:05:18 PM »

Jersey Girl- People wish it'd burn in hell.  I quite liked it.  Then again, anytime you have a father yelling at his kid it's hilarious.  TeddyR

Party Monster- Okay, nobody seems to have seen this.  Then the one or two who have don't.  Macauly Culkin and Seth Green star in it, and it's about Michael Alig, a member of the Club Kids of the '80s who killed somebody.  Based on a true story.

SLC Punk- starring Matthew Lillard, Christopher MacDonald (who's underrated in everything), and Devon Sawa.
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« Reply #103 on: February 27, 2008, 01:08:09 PM »

A guilty pleasure I usually deny liking...but secretly do...the MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS movie.
I feel funny talking about it...it's like-I dunno-revealing a disgusting sex fetish or something.

Actually, the guy played the original red ranger did gay porn later on, so I guess it could be consider a sex fetish if you were stretching it... no innuendo intended.


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Iíve been skimming through our answers, though I should give them all a read as the thread really fits this site perfectly.

There's a recurring issue that we need to acknowledge, even if it seems common sense to the point of irrelevance, so I'm happy if I'm not the first to point it out here;

YOUR AGE AFFECTS YOUR PERCEPTION OF A MOVIE!

This is particularly true of cartoons/games given the live action treatment.

Yes, I loved Popeye and TMNT 2 because at the time there was never a bad place for a giant octopus (Goonies being the exception that proves the rule) and, at the time, Vanilla Ice was fun to roller-skate to.

Pubic Hair changes your taste in movies, it must, as does paying the rent. So with that said, I'm going to nominate a fitting double feature.

The Blair Witch Project recalled, for better and worse, by Cloverfield

Really, if you don't enjoy these experiences for anything but motion sickness, you have only yourself to blame. You have to know what you're looking for, and what you're getting into (or rather, in the case of the former, NOT know what you're getting into) before you sit down. Though maybe these two are exceptions that prove the rule as well, because they stand out for being criticized for annoying casts. Granted, we're being sold the illusion of a documenterary, but since when are unsympathetic characters a problem when you sit down to watch mayhem?   
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« Reply #104 on: February 27, 2008, 09:42:52 PM »

Some titles I love that others find less than appealing would be:

-Hellfighters (John Wayne)
-White Christmas (Most seem to prefer, Holiday Inn)
-Earth vs the Spider (1958)
-The Lost Continent (1968)
-The Terrornauts
-Flesh For Frankenstein
-Island of Terror
-Night of the Big Heat (AKA: Island of the Burning Doomed)
-The Lost World (1960)
-The Monster That Challenged the World
-Moon Zero Two
-The Navy vs the Night Monsters
-Night of the Lepus
-Billy the Kid vs Dracula
-Beginning of the End (Did see someone else mention this, greetings fellow fan!)
-One Million Years B.C.
-Rawhead Rex
-The Giant Claw
-Super Inframan
-The Frozen Dead
-When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth



I can say,with all honesty,that I have seen and enjoyed every movie you have listed. Except for MOON ZERO TWO and the NAVY vs. the NIGHT MONSTERS...and that maybe only because I haven't seen them yet.

Even among BAD movie fans...I love the HORRORS of SPIDER ISLAND.
 .the SCREAMING SKULL-yes...I LOVE this zero budget piece-o-drek. It's a childhood nightmare come true. A skull that follows you around. And the handyman...must be Torgo's brother.
.FRANKENSTEIN and the MONSTER from HELL-Why is this movie so maligned?  Because of the weird hairy,eyeless monster?
That's part of what,for me,makes it GREAT!

...and..just because noone elese will do it.......a clip from the SCREAMING SKULL>>>

 
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