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You f@gs need to watch freedom loving American Charlton Heston in Soylent Green.

 

P5P movie.

Charlton Heston is gayer than George Michael, Freddie Mercury and the guy who dressed as the cop in the Village People having a three way dutch rudder.

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It's a few years old, but I watched 7 Psychopaths yesterday and thoroughly enjoyed it. 

 

 

Charlie: Put your hands up!

Hans: No.

Charlie: But I've got a gun!

Hans: I don't care.

Charlie: That doesn't make any sense!

 

Christopher Walken is a legend lol

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Charlie: Put your hands up!

Hans: No.

Charlie: But I've got a gun!

Hans: I don't care.

Charlie: That doesn't make any sense!

 

Christopher Walken is a legend lol

It's fresh enough in my mind that I can remember the scene perfectly! Great cast all around in this film.

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Are there any Jackie Chan fans in here?

 

Well of course there are. We all love that Ying and Yang, intense action mixed with subdued demeanor, a slick mofo. His new movie, The Foreigner, is more of the same.

 

I've seen too many p5p JC movies to know this wasn't his finest action performance, actually the movie made several efforts to inform the audience that they were watching a 60yr old man fight, but the father time factor actually made the movie BETTER.

 

JCs character fought with his mind as much as his physical combat knowhow, if not more.

 

For a man that speaks broken English, Chan has mastered the nuance of expression in the language. He makes this

latest character so believable, so relatable, the audience has no issue leaving his widely known, very silly, Rush Hour character behind.

 

It's truly a credit to his acting chops that he can express so much more with a somber look and a few words of, at times, less than perfect English, than many of the forced pseudo emotional monologues we see from todays "top" actors.

 

If it feels like I'm going hard in the paint for JC, it's because I am, and that's entirely due to the the fact he once again absolutely floored me with one of his movies.

 

The real difference is that many of us know him for being a straight badass doing his own god damn incredible stunts like a G, complete with jaw dropping out-takes that show just how dangerous his stunts are (and real his dedication to his craft is), but its his overwhelming sadness in this movie that inevitably left me writing this glowing review.

 

I've seen Jackie the martial arts wizard(Rumble in the Bronx.) I've seen Jackie the comedian (Rush Hour). But now, finally in 2017, I feel as though I've seen him in his most profound role, a drama; with elements of his take no prisoners, slay a room full of dangerous men still fully intact, he hits your heartstrings harder than your jaw.

 

 

I cannot recommend this movie enough.

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Are there any Jackie Chan fans in here?

 

Well of course there are. We all love that Ying and Yang, intense action mixed with subdued demeanor, a slick mofo. His new movie, The Foreigner, is more of the same.

 

I've seen too many p5p JC movies to know this wasn't his finest action performance, actually the movie made several efforts to inform the audience that they were watching a 60yr old man fight, but the father time factor actually made the movie BETTER.

 

JCs character fought with his mind as much as his physical combat knowhow, if not more.

 

For a man that speaks broken English, Chan has mastered the nuance of expression in the language. He makes this

latest character so believable, so relatable, the audience has no issue leaving his widely known, very silly, Rush Hour character behind.

 

It's truly a credit to his acting chops that he can express so much more with a somber look and a few words of, at times, less than perfect English, than many of the forced pseudo emotional monologues we see from todays "top" actors.

 

If it feels like I'm going hard in the paint for JC, it's because I am, and that's entirely due to the the fact he once again absolutely floored me with one of his movies.

 

The real difference is that many of us know him for being a straight badass doing his own god damn incredible stunts like a G, complete with jaw dropping out-takes that show just how dangerous his stunts are (and real his dedication to his craft is), but its his overwhelming sadness in this movie that inevitably left me writing this glowing review.

 

I've seen Jackie the martial arts wizard(Rumble in the Bronx.) I've seen Jackie the comedian (Rush Hour). But now, finally in 2017, I feel as though I've seen him in his most profound role, a drama; with elements of his take no prisoners, slay a room full of dangerous men still fully intact, he hits your heartstrings harder than your jaw.

 

 

I cannot recommend this movie enough.

Just give him the walls already.

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Are there any Jackie Chan fans in here?

 

Well of course there are. We all love that Ying and Yang, intense action mixed with subdued demeanor, a slick mofo. His new movie, The Foreigner, is more of the same.

 

I've seen too many p5p JC movies to know this wasn't his finest action performance, actually the movie made several efforts to inform the audience that they were watching a 60yr old man fight, but the father time factor actually made the movie BETTER.

 

JCs character fought with his mind as much as his physical combat knowhow, if not more.

 

For a man that speaks broken English, Chan has mastered the nuance of expression in the language. He makes this

latest character so believable, so relatable, the audience has no issue leaving his widely known, very silly, Rush Hour character behind.

 

It's truly a credit to his acting chops that he can express so much more with a somber look and a few words of, at times, less than perfect English, than many of the forced pseudo emotional monologues we see from todays "top" actors.

 

If it feels like I'm going hard in the paint for JC, it's because I am, and that's entirely due to the the fact he once again absolutely floored me with one of his movies.

 

The real difference is that many of us know him for being a straight badass doing his own god damn incredible stunts like a G, complete with jaw dropping out-takes that show just how dangerous his stunts are (and real his dedication to his craft is), but its his overwhelming sadness in this movie that inevitably left me writing this glowing review.

 

I've seen Jackie the martial arts wizard(Rumble in the Bronx.) I've seen Jackie the comedian (Rush Hour). But now, finally in 2017, I feel as though I've seen him in his most profound role, a drama; with elements of his take no prisoners, slay a room full of dangerous men still fully intact, he hits your heartstrings harder than your jaw.

 

 

I cannot recommend this movie enough.

I'm a 'uge Jackie Chan fan. What film are you referring to above though?

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I'm a 'uge Jackie Chan fan. What film are you referring to above though?

It was stated in the beginning. I knew you needed glasses after your Independence Day comments and this confirms it

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It was stated in the beginning. I knew you needed glasses after your Independence Day comments and this confirms it

Lol. The weird thing is I actually read that wall of text twice to try and find what film you were on about.

 

Is it better than project A part 2 though??

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Lol. The weird thing is I actually read that wall of text twice to try and find what film you were on about.

 

Is it better than project A part 2 though??

Its spaced appropriately. Dont be a jerk m8.

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Its spaced appropriately. Dont be a jerk m8.

Smh. Even when I like the same actors you get shirty. Independence day slights will never be forgiven it seems.

 

I did appreciate your correct use of paragraphs though.

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Are there any Jackie Chan fans in here?

 

Well of course there are. We all love that Ying and Yang, intense action mixed with subdued demeanor, a slick mofo. His new movie, The Foreigner, is more of the same.

 

I've seen too many p5p JC movies to know this wasn't his finest action performance, actually the movie made several efforts to inform the audience that they were watching a 60yr old man fight, but the father time factor actually made the movie BETTER.

 

JCs character fought with his mind as much as his physical combat knowhow, if not more.

 

For a man that speaks broken English, Chan has mastered the nuance of expression in the language. He makes this

latest character so believable, so relatable, the audience has no issue leaving his widely known, very silly, Rush Hour character behind.

 

It's truly a credit to his acting chops that he can express so much more with a somber look and a few words of, at times, less than perfect English, than many of the forced pseudo emotional monologues we see from todays "top" actors.

 

If it feels like I'm going hard in the paint for JC, it's because I am, and that's entirely due to the the fact he once again absolutely floored me with one of his movies.

 

The real difference is that many of us know him for being a straight badass doing his own god damn incredible stunts like a G, complete with jaw dropping out-takes that show just how dangerous his stunts are (and real his dedication to his craft is), but its his overwhelming sadness in this movie that inevitably left me writing this glowing review.

 

I've seen Jackie the martial arts wizard(Rumble in the Bronx.) I've seen Jackie the comedian (Rush Hour). But now, finally in 2017, I feel as though I've seen him in his most profound role, a drama; with elements of his take no prisoners, slay a room full of dangerous men still fully intact, he hits your heartstrings harder than your jaw.

 

 

I cannot recommend this movie enough.

Jackie chan is goat.

I love fearless Hyena (especially the dubbed version)  Rumble in the Bronx is ****ing awesome too. 

drunken master is good as well.  something about those original Jackie chan films

hes got a new film out pretty soon that looks like it could be good.

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fun fact - he broke hi foot n rumble in the Bronx doing that jump at the end near the hovercraft.  so when hes sliding behind it doing the stunt hes got a fake blow up shoe on to cover the cast :lol:

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Smh. Even when I like the same actors you get shirty. Independence day slights will never be forgiven it seems.

 

I did appreciate your correct use of paragraphs though.

Supposedly I'm the shirty kunt here but you are the one who accused my pristine post of being a wall o text.

 

How can I forgive when you constantly claw at the scab m8...

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Supposedly I'm the shirty kunt here but you are the one who accused my pristine post of being a wall o text.

 

How can I forgive when you constantly claw at the scab m8...

I thought that was just forum vernacular for anything more than one sentence. No offence was meant. Let's pretend I never said wall and all will be well. Edited by Bubba_Sparks
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I thought that was just forum vernacular for anything more than one sentence. No offence was meant. Let's pretend I never said wall and all will be well.

Certain things you just cant unsee. However I'm willing to give you a break considering you might still be reeling from the result of our fighters meeting recently.

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Certain things you just cant unsee. However I'm willing to give you a break considering you might still be reeling from the result of our fighters meeting recently.

You're a good man Omoplataypus. I quite like kelvin though so I'm okay with recent events.

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For anybody who knows what this is...

 

Anybody remember Blue Thunder?

 

I gots me some hankerings for some Blue Thunder this weekend...

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I watched it without sound at work which probably improved it.

 

Jurassic World would have been a good place to wrap up the series. Had some good nods to the original. This looks like a chittier version of Lost World. They even brought in a token black kid. No Goldblum the rest of the trailer or on the island. Just wolf tickets for the trailer. The CGI of all the dinosaurs running in open field looks like bad anime and the idea is just turribad in general. Either they built the park on an island with an active volcano or it's a plot hole that was never mentioned but either way is bad. And their are so many causes, species, races of people that we leave to their own devices. We wont even let Muslims into our country but we'll go risk our lives to bring dinosaurs in it. GTFO

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Jurassic World would have been a good place to wrap up the series. Had some good nods to the original. This looks like a chittier version of Lost World. They even brought in a token black kid. No Goldblum the rest of the trailer or on the island. Just wolf tickets for the trailer. The CGI of all the dinosaurs running in open field looks like bad anime and the idea is just turribad in general. Either they built the park on an island with an active volcano or it's a plot hole that was never mentioned but either way is bad. And their are so many causes, species, races of people that we leave to their own devices. We wont even let Muslims into our country but we'll go risk our lives to bring dinosaurs in it. GTFO

And it will make eleventy billion dollars so we can expect an even chittier third installment.

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Watching animal kingdom.

Got me to thinking about all the good Australian films I've seen. Quite a few

 

The TNT show that's based off this movie is damn good, too.

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I see the Jurassic World 2 trailer came out. Bringing back the Goldblum

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vn9mMeWcgoM

I like Jurassic park

The last one was good but that trailer is a bit disappointing and seems really samey.

"Run" - check

Bigger dinosaur munching smaller dinosaur - check

I dunno I could be wrong but this could be another Jurassic park 3 and we all know that was a turd movie

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I like Jurassic park

The last one was good but that trailer is a bit disappointing and seems really samey.

"Run" - check

Bigger dinosaur munching smaller dinosaur - check

I dunno I could be wrong but this could be another Jurassic park 3 and we all know that was a turd movie

There's a volcano in the mix m8. That's an original angle for the series. I'm interested to see how or if they rescue the dinos.

 

I agree about JP3 doe. Its by far the worst one and the only one I didnt really like. The spino was cool but most of the movie was weak.

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Thought the same thing.

I wasn't expecting much going in since I know the story but I thought I would at least be a decent movie and it had good reviews. I was halfway through and checking to see how much time was left.

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I wasn't expecting much going in since I know the story but I thought I would at least be a decent movie and it had good reviews. I was halfway through and checking to see how much time was left.

 

I was actually surfing the web on my smartphone during the movie.

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For anybody who knows what this is...

 

Anybody remember Blue Thunder?

 

I gots me some hankerings for some Blue Thunder this weekend...

 

So...went to Netflix to search for Blue Thunder...and guess what?  No Blue Thunder.

 

So, I still have a perfect record:  any movie that I have ever wanted to watch and searched for on Netflix...has not been there.

 

I don't know why I pay for this crap.

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Dunkirk is boring AF

Dunkirk and Bladerunner are suppose to be the big Oscar winners this year. They turned into 10 dollar naps for me.

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