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In Topic: What movie(s) did you last see?

26 October 2012 - 11:25 PM

Fire with Fire (2012).
Don't be fooled by Willis on the cover - it isn't *that* epic.
A little too generic with the storyline, but still a fairly good watch.

Universal Soldier - Day of Reckoning (2012).
Little bit of a disappointment compared to The Return and Regeneration, but not totally a waste of time.
Had some good action scenes, and Van Damme/Lundgren don't fail to deliver with what little time they're allocated.

In Topic: What movie(s) did you last see?

31 July 2012 - 06:56 AM

Batman Begins & The Dark Knight. Hadn't seen them in a while, decided they're worth a watch again. 4/5 for BB, 5/5 for TDK.
Dorian Gray. A similar theme to Macbeth and Frankenstein, which I both enjoyed. 4/5.
Die Another Day. I am actually a fan of mindless explosions and gunfights, even if a film lacks in other departments. 4/5.
God Bless America. It had it's good and bad points, but I enjoyed watching it. 3/5.
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. If the Batman trilogy didn't overtake it, I'd call this the film of the decade. 5/5.
Star Trek Nemesis. For some reason this was apparently the worst in all the Star Trek films, but I enjoyed it the most. 4/5.
This Means War. I would have enjoyed it a lot less if Chris Pine wasn't in it. It got a few laughs out of me at points though. 3/5.
The Da Vinci Code & Angels and Demons. Both brilliant films, 5/5 each.
Johnny Mnemonic. You can't help but smile at the technological side of things, but Keanu Reeves gives a good performance. 3/5.
Point Break. Moderate, nothing special but worth a watch. 3/5.
The Avengers (1998). Such a good cast but such a letdown of a film. 1/5.
Equilibrium. Brilliant film, and I don't care what anyone else says. 5/5 because Christian Bale is awesome.
The Fugitive & US Marshalls. Both above-average and worth a watch. 4/5 each.
All the Die Hard films. 4/5, 3/5, 3/5 and 4/5 respectively.
Hell Ride. Skeptical about this at first, but it turned out to be pretty good for a biker film. 4/5.
Sin City. A masterpiece. 5/5.

In Topic: What movie(s) did you last see?

27 July 2012 - 03:30 AM

The Great Train Robbery (1903)

This is what happens when you try searching for Action movies from the decade 2000s, but accidentally click 1900s instead.

For a 12-minute silent film with a $150 budget from 1903, I was pretty impressed.

In Topic: [Video] Mature Grotworms - Basic Melee Guide

24 May 2012 - 02:48 AM

Yup, I added that in as an annotation :rolleyes:

In Topic: Tip.It Times - 13 May 2012

14 May 2012 - 08:19 AM

Another one for TS's list.
F2P has maple bows, but no maple trees.
They also have yew trees, but no yew bows.
This has confused me for years now.