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Old 01-06-2014, 06:38 PM View Post #91 (Link)
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I haven't seen any good films recently, but I've watched the best tv serial ever, so I may as well share the love and post about it. It's called Utopia (aired a year ago on Channel 4) and it's wonderful, especially if you like extreme brightness, electronic music, conspiracy theories and graphic novels.
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Old 01-06-2014, 10:16 PM View Post #92 (Link)
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Old 01-10-2014, 04:16 PM View Post #93 (Link)
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Anchorman 2! Go watch it, it's hilarious!
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I saw Anchor Man 2. It was definitely a movie. I saw the Desolation of Smaug, too. Enjoyed it well enough. Akira, which I thought was awesome.
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Has anyone seen The Labyrinth that came out in 1986? I read a review on it the other day, saying it was terrible. But the description sounded good. Is it worth renting?
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Originally Posted by never.ending.story View Post
Has anyone seen The Labyrinth that came out in 1986? I read a review on it the other day, saying it was terrible. But the description sounded good. Is it worth renting?
I thought it was okay. If you're into the Muppets/Inception/people singing. Then again, I watched it when I was 5 years old I think, so back then, all the movies I watched were good.lol.

Hang on, have you watched The Never Ending Story? It's kinda like that.


I'm going to watch Upside Down when I get off.

  
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Old 01-12-2014, 05:20 AM View Post #98 (Link)
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Originally Posted by M4R13 View Post
I thought it was okay. If you're into the Muppets/Inception/people singing. Then again, I watched it when I was 5 years old I think, so back then, all the movies I watched were good.lol.

Hang on, have you watched The Never Ending Story? It's kinda like that.
Yes, I have, and I liked it! Lol have you ever seen The Dark Crystal?
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Old 01-17-2014, 07:59 PM View Post #99 (Link)
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Originally Posted by bookworm View Post
I haven't seen any good films recently, but I've watched the best tv serial ever, so I may as well share the love and post about it. It's called Utopia (aired a year ago on Channel 4) and it's wonderful, especially if you like extreme brightness, electronic music, conspiracy theories and graphic novels.
I remember the trailers being very yellow.

On a side note, I have just been through this thread and you have only posted to talk about tv programmes.

Your posts are not relevant, I am sorry.

EDIT: I saw CUBE the other night.
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Old 01-18-2014, 08:54 PM View Post #100 (Link)
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Originally Posted by M4R13 View Post
I'm going to watch Upside Down when I get off.

I must warn you M4R13, even though the technical aspects of the movie are astounding, the story is lacking. The characters are paper-thin and there some stuff that happens that doesn't make any sense.
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