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« Reply #30 on: April 03, 2009, 03:01:52 PM »

Mulholland Drive. My interest completely dried up after the Lesbo scene. The key word is AFTER. .

Which Lesbo scene ?

Shame... That's when it starts getting good... Wink And, it's almost over. BounceGiggle

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One monster with extra cheese, hold the plot.

« Reply #31 on: April 03, 2009, 03:03:26 PM »

The Magic Sword: I bought it because the box art looked cool and included a dragon. I forgot the 3rd rule, obviously TongueOut. After watching it for about fifteen minutes I began to get the feeling that I'd wasted $3 and seen this somewhere before... Oh god! It's MST3K without Mike and the bots! I seem to have this idiotic ability to buy crap movies and not remember where I'd seen them until it's too late.

Horrors of Spider Island: I have never, ever been able to finish this movie Hatred

Aztec Rex: This movie single-handedly destroys both tyrannosaurs and the spanish accent Bluesad. The pyramid is made of cinderblocks and concrete and Cortez and his army consists of 9 guys from the mid-west with horrible tans. The only thing left of the horse is a leg and Cortez thinks it must have "tripped over an animal burrow." I watched the first fourty-five minutes in 5-minute intervals over the course of four month before finally getting rid of it.

Asylum Movies: Some of them are ok but the majority of 'em have earned my everlasting spite.

Dungeons & Dragons: I saw this one in theaters and wasn't as impressed with it as I thought I'd be. Owning it didn't improve the deal either as out of the many times I've started to watch it I've only sat through it maybe two or three times.

Alien VS Predator Requiem :IT was an ok experience for theaters but the second time I tried to watch it at home it proved too dark, too long between action sequences, and too boring to finish. Once you've seen the first couple of predator-kills-aliens moments you're seen the entire movie.

Kleel's rule is harsh :-B
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« Reply #32 on: April 03, 2009, 03:45:27 PM »

The Magic Sword: I bought it because the box art looked cool and included a dragon. I forgot the 3rd rule, obviously TongueOut.

you forgot...da turd roool???


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