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Discussion in 'Past Contests' started by Steele Concept, Dec 13, 2012.

  1. Steele Concept

    Steele Concept Transformer Tubes Manufacturer

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    Lol I got good taste in movies but Mickeys is pure nostalgia. Some of my favorite movies are: A Clockwork Orange, City of God, Fight Club, Apocolypse Now, American Beauty, Requiem for a Dream, Cool Hand Luke, The Graduate etc.

    A matter of fact I know there's a music thread but if there isn't a "counter-culture" movie thread someone should start that :)
     
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  2. OhTheAgony

    OhTheAgony here for the chicks

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    Dude, I added no less then 3 smileys to that sentence just to make clear that there was no need for a serious answer :lol:

    I have no right to speak really, I even have Waterworld in my top ten fav movies myself :rolleyes:
     
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  3. natural farmer

    natural farmer god is in the neurons...

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    Me too... :brow: And from yesterday the TOP one is Cloud Atlas! :p
     
  4. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    An odd tibit for sure, but one of my job duties back in the day was overseeing balance transfers into the Waterworld project at Universal. In other words, I saw how much money the studio sank into the project. It was astounding for the day, and I just assumed that it would be a smash hit (judging my the money pumping in).

    I spent $7 to watch it in a theater and I still miss that 7 bucks to this day.

    :peace:
     
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  5. natural farmer

    natural farmer god is in the neurons...

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    You will reported for bad taste mister Stu! :p :lol:
     
  6. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    Said they guy who just said:
    :rolleyes:

    :peace:
     
  7. OhTheAgony

    OhTheAgony here for the chicks

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    I'm afraid the general consensus is that we're the ones with the bad taste here Farmer :rolleyes:

    But I just love that movie, it shares it's place in my top ten with Braveheart (I do this a lot, it's the only way I can cram 18 movies in my top ten. I just can't choose mang :shrug: ). I think I've seen it 7 times already, and just talking about it has me thinking about adding an 8th time to that before the year is over.

    I actually saw The Bodyguard as well as Titanic in the theater, now those were a waste of money. The things we do to get laid for love aye.

    I am a little curious now though, what did you do for work back then, Stu?
     
  8. jambandphan03

    jambandphan03 Vapor Goddess

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    Congrats!! :cheers:

    Christmas Story and Bad Santa are my 2 favs. to watch.
     
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  9. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    I'd rather not disclose my CV to a pot forum, but lets just say I did banking for some movie studios back in the day. ;)

    :peace:
     
  10. natural farmer

    natural farmer god is in the neurons...

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    It's about the message... :myday:
     
  11. lwien

    lwien Well-Known Member

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    Waterworld? :doh:

    You're right. STFU !!! :rolleyes: :disgust:............;)

    I saw that movie and all I could think of while I was watching it was how much I missed my rubber ducky when I was a kid.

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    See, now THAT'S some mother-fuckin' waterworld right there !!!!
     
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  12. natural farmer

    natural farmer god is in the neurons...

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    Not all movies are for everyone... You have to be ready for something to appreciate it... :)
     
  13. lwien

    lwien Well-Known Member

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    Like waitin' 6 or 7 hours without peeing until your back teeth are floating before sittin' down to watch Waterworld? That kinda ready? ;)

    See..........now THIS is an example of how to derail a perfectly good thread. :brow:
     
  14. natural farmer

    natural farmer god is in the neurons...

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    That kinda ready for sure too!!! :rofl: Never crossed my mind! :ko:
     
  15. PAZ

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    I'm glad Frosty got at least one vote! I personally find Christmas movies have more sentimental value than entertainment value for most people. Unless it's a movie that blows everything out of the water.

    Also congrats to lwien and hoops, although I think i'm a bit late to the party
     
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  16. BigDaddyVapor

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    Eh... I Like Waterworld. Watched it a few times.

    It ain't no Zombieland though. Last count, I think I've seen it 36 times. Have the DVD and if its on TV, I'll watch it again.
     
  17. Steele Concept

    Steele Concept Transformer Tubes Manufacturer

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    Hehehehe, the more I read the more I am looking to watch some corny movies.

    If anyone wants to see a horrible movie, please put on Troll 2. They even made a documentary about this one, I believe it's called The Worst Movie Ever.

    The other week I was guilty of firing one up and throwing on Mortal Kombat :) We've all got our guilty pleasures lol.
     
  18. lwien

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    How 'bout a bit of GREAT slap-stick horror movie............Evil Dead 2 !!! I never laughed so hard at a horror flick...............ever.

    Did the movie maker intend for it to be funny, or was it so bad that it ended up being funny? I have no idea, but if you haven't seen it, get the DVD, vape yourself silly and watch it.
     
  19. FrogBoy138

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    Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 OMG it's so funny
     
  20. BigDaddyVapor

    BigDaddyVapor @BigDogJunction

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    The Evil Dead series are Cult Classics. They've spawned all kinds of fandom, toys, comic books, etc.

    And yeah, lwien... they either meant it to be tongue-in-cheek, or were stoned out of their minds.
     
  21. PAZ

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    Since you brought up horrible movies, watch Thankskilling or Mega Shark vs Giant Octopus. Both great horrible movies.
     
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  22. Steele Concept

    Steele Concept Transformer Tubes Manufacturer

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    Mega Shark is incredibly bad lol. Nice suggestion!
     
  23. Kian

    Kian oddball musician

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    I'm a bit late but this is a great 16 minute comical Christmas horror. It's about Christmas trees, gets pretty sick so don't watch if you're too sensitive.

     

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