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  2. A couple of nights ago I watched Island Zero, a welcome distraction and a nice take on the traditional b-movie monster movie. It felt at the beginning that there was a huge Stephen King influence in that it reminded me of the setting and atmosphere of his stories. Good cast with a strong female lead. Pretty gorey at times too!
  3. I've seen Office Space. I want to see We're the Millers. But this wasn't what I was talking about.
  4. Office Space (1999) Three company workers who hate their jobs decide to rebel against their greedy boss. To do that, they conspire to plant a virus that will embezzle money from the company into their account. This movie is a unique comedy experience, a true comedic classic with incredible performances by Ron Livingston, Jennifer Aniston, and David Herman. and We’re the Millers (2013) After being robbed of a week’s take, pot dealer David is forced by his boss to go to Mexico to pick up a load of marijuana. To improve his odds of making it past the border, David asks s stripper and two local teenagers to join him and pretend they’re on a family holiday. “We’re the Millers” is a great comedy starring Jennifer Aniston, Jason Sudeikis, and Emma Roberts. The movie has an interesting script that will keep you entertained through all 109 minutes. The unusual story, paired with subtle one-liners and witty remarks make it extremely funny and even better after a second watch!
  5. Oops! Sorry! I'd not heard of those movies. Might have to check them out!
  6. Oh. I was actually thinking of the movies titled "Horrible Bosses". I did see some of 9 to 5 a while ago.
  7. Which is your favorite horrible boss movie? I guess 9 to 5 is the only movie name I can think of with a horrible boss in it. But I know there are many.
  8. I know that they're not the usual kind of movies talked about on these forums, but I wanted to express myself on the forums and share the love I have for these movies (especially the first one).
  9. But also they might have another roadblock in making another Terminator movie from the original producer Gale Ann Hurd.
  10. I thought Terminator: Dark Fate, was very, very, good, intense, and yes, they could make another one if it's produced by the same people. It may have bombed at the box office, but you and I are the final judge. I may watch it again soon.
  11. And we probably won't get another sequel since the movie bombed at the box office
  12. I saw and liked it. It wasn't as good as Judgment Day and nowhere near as fantastic as the first one. But Dark Fate did retain the ominous tone of 1 & 2 and was packed with decent action. I say decent because of the occasional overuse of CGI that gave it that Transformers effect were you don't really see what's happening. That and the fact that it was the same ol' story and the attempts at humor didn't work is what drags it down a bit for me. But like I said, I liked it still and will probably see it again.
  13. so did anyone go see this? I saw it and I thought parts of it were better than some of the stuff in the last three movies (even though I really like TERMINATOR: SALVATION and bits of TERMINATOR: GENISYS were good)
  14. Used to have this video on VHS, but I don't have it anymore. It's on YouTube, and this link is the best copy available to download from there. I use WinX YouTube Downloader. This short film has the highest profit ratio of all time.
  15. That one is supposedly in the works, but no info on it really.
  16. Ditto! Reminds me, has anyone else ever ready "A Child Called 'It'" by Dave Peltzer, the first in a series of his life. OMG, it's so good, and yet they have never made a movie.
  17. Wait, a 5 hour movie? That would be awesome! I'll have to check out Child 44, the 137 minute version, even with it's issues...
  18. Another similar movie to watch is Child 44 (which I hope one day they release the longer 5 hour cut one day since the 137 minute version has some issues) and it is loosely based on the novel of the same name (which is part of a book trilogy). I have to check out Citizen X sometime
  19. I saved it, but just haven't had the time to watch it yet. Looks good.
  20. Earthnut, it's about Andrei Chikatilo the Rostov Ripper... ore moreso about the years long hunt for him. Back then Russia was loathe to admit they had such things as serial killers.
  21. I know I've seen it, but I don't remember anything about it. Definitely need to watch it again. Thanks for the post.
  22. For Burakov to have worked so long to catch the killer, it's superhuman.
  23. I love this movie . I have it on DVD. I'm not sure why. It's not action packed. But it is based on historical events, and is very dark and millenniumistic.
  24. I'm not sure how this one passed me by but I've seen the trailer this week for the remake of Stephen King's classic Pet Semetary. I've not yet seen the remake of IT although it's on my watchlist but I'm hoping they've done this justice. I really liked Fred Gwynne in the original Pet Semetary.
  25. I have to admit, I've enjoyed all the Terminator movies since then, but it will be interesting to see where Cameron takes HIS sequel. This is what's at IMDb ~
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