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Sep 17 12 4:50 PM

I'll let you be our resident expert in finger up the ass.  To each their own britches of sugar, I don't doubt your pleasure.Either way Bay ruined a childhood 80s treasure in the Transformers and Shia took the money and ran.  Lawless was the first movie I saw where Shia didn't ruin the movie and thats like Anakin giving birth to Luke... it means there is hope.  

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If you're insinuating that Shia's a bad actor, you need help. The guy's movies are great.

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Sep 17 12 7:52 PM

Shia took Transformers when he was about to bust out as a star... and that movie did it for him. They never should have made sequels because the first movie was actually pretty fun. The sequels got way too ambitious and long.

Shia didn't ruin Indiana Jones 4. Lucas did... the same way he fucked up the Star Wars prequels. That story should have never seen the light of day. It was awful. They need to can any idea about a fifth Indy flick. Spielberg even admitted he directed it just because he made a promise to Lucas even though the story was trash.

Shia didn't ruin Wall Street. Oliver Stone did when he decided to turn an adult drama into a pg13 movie of the week where Gordon Gecko turns out to be a nice dude. It's actually a very good movie but it's a bad sequel to a classic R-rated movie.

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Sep 18 12 1:21 PM

I haven't decided if I like Shia or not yet... Sugar you're right about Oliver ruining MNS, but Shia didn't help it.  All and all I say its a fair movie not great but not terrible.  I never watched Indiana Jones 4 because I wasn't going to fall for it.  

I didn't like Shia in MNS, and I watched the first 20 min of Transformers before I had to walk out of the room and pick up a book (friends were over watching the movie).  The Naked & Dead in word form > Transformers in Bay form.

I did like Shia in Lawless and the flaws of the movie were not in his acting but in the writing and directing.  So I'm undecided about Shia as an actor... none of his previous roles appealed to me but as far as his ability I'm willing to believe to has some talent.  Despite its flaws, Lawless was one of the more entertaining movies I've seen this year and Shia was a big part of that.

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Sep 21 12 8:50 AM

Prometheus- Great movie. Awesome ending !!!!
Liked it so much I think im going to watch it all over again just to make sure I didnt miss anything.

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Sep 21 12 8:57 AM

I do happen to have two questions about Prometheus I dont get....
One, what was with the Alien in the begining drinking that shit that disolved him? was that some sort of test of their WMD's?
Secondly, why is everyone in the movie so certain they these aliens were our creators, and not just some random aliens who happened to visit Earth a very long time ago?
Maybe after watching it a second time I can figure it out...........

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Sep 23 12 11:31 PM

I do happen to have two questions about Prometheus I dont get....
One, what was with the Alien in the begining drinking that shit that disolved him? was that some sort of test of their WMD's?
Secondly, why is everyone in the movie so certain they these aliens were our creators, and not just some random aliens who happened to visit Earth a very long time ago?
Maybe after watching it a second time I can figure it out...........

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DONT EVERYONE ANSWER AT ONCE..........LMAO
I got the second one at least........DNA

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Sep 24 12 2:00 PM

Okay, I need some feed back here, for real.
Someone just told me what the opening scene in Prometheus was all about.
U know, where the big ass Alien drinks from the cup and dissolves into the ocean?!?
I was just told the explantion, and its FUCKING BRILLIANT
Seriously, Gambit? Sugarbritches? Joker? Ninja? anybody?
does anyone who saw this have any theories on the opening scene?

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Sep 25 12 10:39 AM

I could post my theory, but it would piss off some people, so that's why I haven't.

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Really? so we cant discuss that? the movie is like 3 months old though, isnt that long enough?
Its a great theory, im dying to explain it....LOL not that anybody gives a shit

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Sep 29 12 3:58 PM


I just watched the full trailer to the upcoming comedy, Identity Thief, which stars Melissa McCarthy as Diana, who is just that--an identity thief who is being tracked by one of her victims, Sandy, who is played by Jason Bateman. Bateman and McCarthy lead a star-studded cast which also includes Modern Family's Eric Stonestreet, John Cho, Jon Favreau, and Amanda Peet--among others. The film is directed by Seth Gordon, who also directed last year's hit comedy, Horrible Bosses (which also starred Bateman), and is written by Jerry Eeten and Craig Mazin; the latter of the two also wrote last year's Hangover sequel and will serve as writer of the upcoming third film. Identity Thief hits theaters on February 8:


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Sep 30 12 5:01 AM

As I've said many times before, Adam Sandler is pure gold and this weekend's box office reports prove that. Hotel Transylvania, the animated film that stars Sandler, fellow SNL alum Andy Samberg, and Bieber's beard Selena Gomez, took the top spot this weekend by raking in $43 million. Coming in second was Looper, the action packed film starring Bruce Willis and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, with $21.2 million. Rounding out the top five was the Clint Eastwood/Amy Adams film Trouble With the Curve ($7.53M), House at the End of the Street ($7.15M), and Pitch Perfect ($5.21M). 

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Sep 30 12 9:30 AM

Adam Sandler makes some of the most shitty movies known to man.

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Hes had a couple that were okay. Longest Yard, Zohan, and I actually thought little Nicky was kinda funny.
Hes WAY better than that idiot Farrell.

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Sep 30 12 10:26 AM

The Waterboy, I forgot that one.
I liked Turtorros character in Zohan. Thats really the only reason I mentioned it.
And most people dont agree with me about little Nicky, but for some reason that movie made me laugh

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Sep 30 12 10:34 AM

The Waterboy, I forgot that one.I liked Turtorros character in Zohan. Thats really the only reason I mentioned it.And most people dont agree with me about little Nicky, but for some reason that movie made me laugh

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I actually have Little Nicky on DVD. It's pretty damn good.

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