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8 hours ago, Lenzo88 said:

Bohemian Rhapsody

There seems to be a lot of interest in this film. I thought it would only attract older crowds but no it seems?

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4 hours ago, vibeology said:

There seems to be a lot of interest in this film. I thought it would only attract older crowds but no it seems?

Nope!!! Queen seems to be getting a bit of a resurgence with this film, especially showing how their legacy has last multiple generations until now. It was a great bio-pic! Freddie Mercuary’s story in particular was heartbreaking!

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On 7/24/2018 at 10:21 AM, Dal said:

A Quiet Place... it was fine

I procrastinated on watching that cause i'm a scary bitch lol. I finally got around to it late afternoon and then when it got dark I stopped it and started it back up in the morning. Had I known it wasn't that kind of scary I would've watched the whole thing at night. The ending kinda made me mad. I was like "I know y'all playing" :mellow: 

I just saw Venom and Halloween. Venom gets a B- from me. It could've been better and i'm not with tiny bit of comical side they gave Venom in some parts. It just came off corny. I need him to be evil like he's supposed to be. Still not a waste of money though. I saw it twice.

Halloween gets an A from me. I loved it and seeing it top the box office for 2 weeks in a row was awesome especially since Jamie Lee proved age shouldn't matter as she broke box office records. The movie made over $76 million the 1st weekend on a budget of only $10 million. It now stands over $150 million domestically and $230 million ww. Glad to see the franchise still alive and kicking. This one is way better than the Rob Zombie remakes. I also saw this movie twice.

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9 hours ago, JoeJoe said:

Halloween gets an A from me. I loved it and seeing it top the box office for 2 weeks in a row was awesome especially since Jamie Lee proved age shouldn't matter as she broke box office records. The movie made over $76 million the 1st weekend on a budget of only $10 million. It now stands over $150 million domestically and $230 million ww. Glad to see the franchise still alive and kicking. This one is way better than the Rob Zombie remakes. I also saw this movie twice.

I just watched the original Halloween from 1978 the other night.. makes me want to see the new one since I read that the new Halloween is basically the true sequel to the original since it ignores every other movie in the franchise except the first one 

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38 minutes ago, Dal said:

I just watched the originals halloween from 1978 the other night.. makes me want to see the new one since I read that the new Halloween is basically the true sequel to the original since it ignores every other movie in the franchise except the first one 

and i'm happy that it ignores all the other movies although i'm at a cross between Halloween 1 and 2 of which is my favorite. 1 is scary to have a psycho killer running through your neighborhood but 2 is also scary being stuck in a hospital with a lunatic and no way out while you can barely walk

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Just now, JoeJoe said:

and i'm happy that it ignores all the other movies although i'm at a cross between Halloween 1 and 2 of which is my favorite. 1 is scary to have a psycho killer running through your neighborhood but 2 is also scary being stuck in a hospital with a lunatic and no way out while you can barely walk

Never seen 2

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3 minutes ago, Dal said:

Never seen 2

I can't believe you've never seen the classic Halloween II from 1981 :o You need to check it out. I have it on dvd.

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there are a few things I dont fuck with -_-  Trumpism, gluten free white women and they damn kids, and scary movies from back when my ass was young enough to be scared, and between Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street, to Jason I cannot ....that shit kept me up at night. As a youngin, before the internet -_- we had bootleg boxes that could get you what you wanted and I saw enough to scare me into not sleeping.....I would admit Halloween did me in, Michael Myers wasn't here to play and or make jokes, Freddy joked but that one dude fell asleep and didnt know it ...I'm shook -_-

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