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  1. He kinda earned it though.

  2. Saw Paul. I'd give it a solid 7, def. not their best movie but it's still great. The scene on what to do with the woman had me laughing uncontrollably for some reason
  3. Chants will be the same as they always were. It's not like he didn't have a name before WWE, wrestling fans don't care about real names
  4. I love the Dynasty Warriors series, but a lot of Red Cliff bored the hell out of me. The fights were good though, especially the tortoise maneuver, beautiful. The second one had lots of good battles too
  5. Anyone tried the new RoW at aviansies?
  6. So I watched it last night. It was good, I loved how they focused on the whole "scientists think there is a virus even though there is no evidence for one so you must have a virus" thing, and I laughed at the part where they mentioned people with the apparent virus were showing cold symptoms. Meanwhile everyone is standing in the rain at night :lol: The two Americans were pretty funny/incompetent too They just had to punch you in the stomach right when you thought it would be a happy ending though, definitely wasn't expecting what happened to the little girl after all that. The grandpa''s death was hilarious too. And hobo to the rescue! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCsBMwK40hw Thinking of watching JSA or The City of Violence tonight. On one hand I love Byung-hun Lee and Kang-[garden tool] Song, on the other City of Violence looks...violent!
  7. I always forget to mention the other two Vengeances -.- I thought Lady Vengeance was really good, especially how they did the ending. I've never got around to watching Mr. Vengeance, I started once but it seemed a little...slow? Watching The Host right now too I need to see Man Bites Dog too, you just reminded me of that. And JSA, and The Thirst, and City of Violence, and Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring. Damn, gunna be a fun couple weeks!
  8. Brazil City of God Brutal reality of living in infamous Brazil's drug laden favelas. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yJdW1TevoyA Elite Squad -focuses on Brazil's famed BOPE, the special unit for waging war on drug dealers in the favella. Focuses a lot on corruption and has some good action. highly recommend. Most think of it as the spiritual successor to City of God http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cb-rUfBTQ1g Elite Squad 2 Focuses more on the higher up, political corruption. Italy Gamorrah An inside look at Italy's modern-day crime families. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IHpf_Xv5hYk Dellamorte Dellamore Excellent Italian movie about a caretaker of a graveyard. This particular graveyard is unique in that the dead come to life at night every so often, and he kills them like it's no big deal. Definitely get a HUGE Army of Darkness vibe from it. I'd link a trailer, but none of them do it ANY justice whatsoever. Also it was filmed in both ENGLISH and ITALIAN
  9. OK, end of the serious/brutal/crime/"god i hate humanity" movies, onto the more lighthearted movies. 7. The Good, The Bad, The Weird. Just watch the trailer, it is wacky fun. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OzNnCK5cd8Q 8. Castaway on the Moon Ah, this one is great. It's a very good comedy AND drama and thought provoking. Here's a good synopsis I swear Koreans have the best kind of humor. Their comedies are absolutely hilarious and Castaway on the Moon is no exception. It basically revolves around a man that tries to commit suicide by jumping off a bridge but his attempt is unsuccessful and it lands him on a small island on the Han river. The hilarious part about this is that it's a small island within the cities limits and just a few hundred yards away from civilization. After a few unsuccessful attempts at trying to leave the island, he basically gives up and lives off of the land. While doing so, a reclusive woman living in a nearby tower spies on him and she believes he's an alien. The movie has some homeages to Tom Hanks' Cast Away (another Wilson type character) with many hilarious scenes. I was also on the verge of tears at some parts as this movie is part drama as well http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=castaway+on+the+moon&aq=f 9. Save the Green Planet! I watched this movie like 3 weeks ago and I still don't know what the stink to make of it. Definitely good, and probably one of the weirdest movies I've watched The genres and emotions of that movie jump all over the place from scene to scene, it was a crazy experiment that was pulled off successfully. I enjoyed myself the full two hours, it was fresh and exciting all the way through. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3NLbDgyMusk One minute you're watching a sci fi, the next a comedy, the next a detective movie, etc and you never even notice. Some Japanese movies: 1. Survive Style 5+ (featuring Vinnie Jones!) Kind of like Pulp Fiction in that it's got the intertwined stories aspect, and jumps between them. It's got beautiful visuals and a really touching story, especially the end " The Plot: Five linked stories unfold. A man repeatedly kills and buries his wife, but she continually returns, waiting from him at home, ready to payback the favor. A middle class family is forever changed when the father's permanently hypnotized to believe he's a bird. Three driveless burglars discover hidden, taboo feelings. A spiteful advertising executive, with a string of inane commerical ideas, hires a killer to handle what she thinks the problem is. Finally, a British hitman and his translator/death-documentarian move through the other stories, demanding to know what the others' functions in life are, only to (largely) be dissatisfied with the answers. Why You'll Love It: Survive Style 5+ tracks five different stories of characters learning about acceptance. Each group has their comfortable, prosperous lives shaken by sudden inescapable changes. This makes them re-mules what's important in life. The uplifting story is told with alternating light-hearted comedy and introspective character moments, which are not necessarily unfunny. Gen Sekiguchi gained his filmic training through extensive success in Japanese commercials, where he learned a lot about color, set dressing, and how to robustly load a frame with things for your eyes to take in. He couples this with extensive set and costume design to fill his debut feature film with lots of flash and visual panache to keep your eyes occupied. Every time the film returns to Tadanobu Asano's character and him dealing with his returning wife, there's a multitude of gorgeous set pieces and over-the-top action. It's fun to watch with a lot of people, and you'll likely get something new out of each subsequent viewing. All-in-all it's a very endearing, idiosyncratic, and sometimes surreal approach to learning how to deal. It also ends with probably one of the best-placed covers of a 70's disco hit ever. " http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yN7DfMAzcQ 2. Sonatine Beat Takeshi! Japanese gangster film, a bunch of serious gangsters have to go hide out a the beach and act like children having fun in the sun. It basically explores how the men have to act all serious and cold in their culture, but then when they get to a beach where they're alone they're free to have fun and crap. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7chFW_Fhb0 3. Battle Royal Pretty sure everyone's heard of this. A class of school girls gets put on an island, the last one alive wins and gets to live. They brutally kill each other. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-T7yPJVvXw 4. Kung fu Hustle! Amazingly fun kung fu comedy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyWhVUCXY1A French 1. Two of my favorite comedy/spoof movies! OSS 117, two movies: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JWsSI9nKAxk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rwA6ir86slQ A spoof movie that stars a competent spy, imagine! Danish Flame and Citron Based on two real resistance fighters in WW2. I thought this is what Inglourious Basterds SHOULD have been http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJnfNAEwQ8U Pusher Trilogy About drug dealers, probably not for everyone Norwegian Dead Sno - a zombie comedy to rival Shaun of the Dead http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEQwEmeWnyI Chinese: 1. Ip Man Based on the life of the martial arts master who first trained BRUCE LEE. Amazing movie, machine gun punches own so hard. Also, no stupid wire fighting [cabbage] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkHmYJmfuWg 2. Ip Man 2 Only movie where you will see an amazing martial arts vs boxer match. Nuff said http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYmRexR0sGs So, anyone seen any of these (cough ELKNIGHT cough) or other ones?
  10. Over the past year I've discovered the greatness that is foreign movies, particularly South Korean movies! South Korean movies are brutal, comic, can switch genres in a movie excellently, and are great at asking "whats the worst possible thing that could happen" and then doing that. They're also great at leaving you feeling completely stinking drained at the end of the movie, The Chaser especially. They have no problem showing violence and murder brutally, realistically, unlike Hollywood. The plots can be pretty god damn great too. SO WITH OUT FURTHER ADIEU, GREAT MOVIES! Also, that annoying movie cliche of police losing the suspect because they hit him or whatever is absent. Instead, police freely beat suspects whenever the feel like it! Also 2, Korean actors are really stinking great 1. Memories of Murder. -This is based on the first serial killer case in South Korea. One of the best crime dramas I've ever seen, and it shows an incompetent police force trying to solve a murder. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NtOutxGJK5o " The Plot: 1980s South Korea, reeling from painful democratization, encounters its first serial killer. Why You'll Love It: My vote for best movie of the 2000s. Impossibly beautiful cinematography; a plot that manages to full of surprises without being labyrinthine, funny without being glib, touching without being melodramatic; some of the best music ever written for a film; and jaw-dropping acting. I've watching this movie about twenty times in like five years and each time I'm blown away like it's the first." 2. The Chaser A former detective turned pimp tries to find where his missing girls are after discovering a serial killer has been preying on them. This one drained me, after watching it I was just like "stink, everything sucks". Definitely one of the best thrillers and I can't do it any justice. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snKlzAxNu4Y 3. A Bittersweet Life A Korean gangster film, bad ass gets betrayed by his boss, goes on the warpath. I laughed when I heard about the concept of a Korean gangster movie, but this was awesome. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=URLtMbZLeVk 4. I Saw the Devil This movie. This. stinking. Movie. A serial killer murders the wife of a secret service agent. Big stinking mistake. Secret service agent vows to make him suffer 10 thousand times worse than his wife did, so he shows up, beats the living crap out of the killer but leaves him barely alive. Then, he puts a tracking device in the guy and leaves/lets him go. Then the agent tracks the serial killer and shows up seemingly randomly to beat the dude within an inch of his life, each time getting more and more brutal. Movie has no problem showing someone getting smashed repeatedly in the head with a hammer, with blood squirting out. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nY5Fq68To0E 5. Taegukgi aka Brotherhood of War Basically, the Korean version of Saving Private Ryan. Except with lots of great hand to hand trench combat. Two brothers are recruited into the Korean war, the older brother finds out that he can send his brother home if he earns enough medals. So he volunteers for every suicidal mission that comes up so that he can get medals. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nnx2CjhHADM 6. Old Boy DO I EVEN NEED TO stinkING TELL YOU WHAT THIS ONE IS?! SERIOUSLY?! It's probably the best revenge movie ever. If you haven't seen it DO. Basically a drunken, worthless father/husband wakes up from a stupor in a room. This room has no windows, the door is locked, and there is a bed, tv, and bathroom. Someone gives him food everyday. He is finally released, AFTER 15 YEARS in the room, and he tries to figure out who/why did it. Probably also has the most evil mother stinker too. Also, really stinking brutal. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YLn1y9v6yno The famous hallway fight scene, shot in one continuous shot. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ufss5ot_vGE
  11. Clearly the way to fix this is to give monster hunters raw material drops instead of increasing the rate at which you get raw material!
  12. Rock's been on a couple times in the past few weeks, he only talks though, doesn't actually wrestle. Lately they've really been ramping up the gimmick appearances + bringing back old wrestlers for one night. Austin was on last week, Grandmaster Sexay and Trish Stratus and JR this week, etc. Just shows how desperate they're getting for views. Rocks going to be special reffing a match at Wrestlemania or something and I think Trish Stratus is actually going to be in a match at WM (but she's partnered with that Mercury guy and SNOOKI FROM JERSEY SHORE. god damn). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xt-AdJUxTqc http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNAbYN5S29Y Rocks trying awfully hard to say he didn't abandon the WWE/he loves the business/stupid [cabbage] like that. Not really the fun Rock
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