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    Quote Originally Posted by DanMad1977 View Post
    Fantasy Island.

    Fun movie, don't take it too seriously.
    Someone actually liked the fantasy island movie? Did you ever see the tv show?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby101 View Post
    Jennifer Hudson cries through it and sings it as a dirge of regret.



    It's a friggin movie about dancing cats! Who thought it was a good idea to make it so depressing?
    Wow, thats horrifying. Thanks for that.

    Haven't see the movie Cats yet, because I found the original musical to be very depressing. The whole thing is about death, and not in a good way. All the cats are homeless beings who lead lives of quiet desperation. Its pretty much Sartre's No Exit without all the inherent happiness of that story (sarcasm, haha).

    Andrew Lloyd Webber is absolutely one of my all-time favorites, and I like cats as animals, but I've never gotten the Cats phenomena.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby101 View Post
    Chronologically as they were released, or actual time. As in First Avenger, Captain Marvel, Iron Man....
    Actual time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by choptop View Post
    Someone actually liked the fantasy island movie? Did you ever see the tv show?
    Yes, I did.

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    Devil in a blue dress (1995).

    A fun film noir, shame it wasn't more successful. Don Cheadle steals the show, Marvel is wasting that man.

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    DAS LEBEN DER ANDEREN (2006)--in English this was released as THE LIVES OF OTHERS, but I think that's a slight mistranslation and it should really be "The Life of Others" as "das Leben" is singular not plural. Written and directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck.

    A friend of mine recommended this to me. It won all kinds of awards back when it came out (including the Oscar for Best Foreign Film). In short, it's about the Stasi in East Germany before the fall of the Berlin Wall and how they interfered in the lives of regular people, causing tragic losses. It's incredibly sad, but powerfully inspiring.
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    Rewatching "One Night in Miami". It's great how they made 4 dudes just talking in a room compelling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the illustrious mr. kenway View Post
    Devil in a blue dress (1995).

    A fun film noir, shame it wasn't more successful. Don Cheadle steals the show, Marvel is wasting that man.
    In my head the movie takes place in the same cinematic universe as L.A. Confidential, Black Dahlia and Chinatown.

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    Iron Man
    Iron Man 2
    Incredible Hulk

    And...The Gentlemen. Surprise, what a good movie. And wow, you can confuse Charlie Hunnam with Travis Fimmel, they both look similar.

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    Thor

    Can someone please explain which Stone happened to be on Asgard. The one the Destroyer guarded and the one that came from frost giants? I am missing something here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanMad1977 View Post
    Thor

    Can someone please explain which Stone happened to be on Asgard. The one the Destroyer guarded and the one that came from frost giants? I am missing something here.
    As far as I can tell, there were no infinity stones in the first Thor movie. The Destroyer was guarding the casket, which was a weapon that caused intense freezing used by the frost giants. Captain America: The First Avenger technically showed the first infinity stone, which was the space stone.

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    I watched two TV documentaries between yesterday and today.

    One was the A&E Biography episode on wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin.

    The other was the Patrice O'Neal: Killing Is Easy film that I saw on Comedy Central.
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    [QUOTE=Arfguy;5506500]As far as I can tell, there were no infinity stones in the first Thor movie. The Destroyer was guarding the casket, which was a weapon that caused intense freezing used by the frost giants. Captain America: The First Avenger technically showed the first infinity stone, which was the space stone.

    Thanks for your input. I thought I read somewhere that Odin had two Infinity Stones, and hid the Cosmic Cube/Space Stone on Earth, because he feared two stones at the same place would be too dangerous to have. That implies that there is another stone on Asgard. Maybe it will clear things up, next in line in my rewatch is Iron Man 3 then Thor 2.

    Good to see the movies again, I like them better then the first time. When I see a Marvel movie for the first time I get too excited to really enjoy it and see everything, like I am a kid again, lol.

    Recently watched Avengers again. Still the best of the Marvel movies, but maybe I change my mind on the way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deathstroke View Post
    I watched two TV documentaries between yesterday and today.

    One was the A&E Biography episode on wrestler Stone Cold Steve Austin.

    The other was the Patrice O'Neal: Killing Is Easy film that I saw on Comedy Central.

    I am a big Stone Cold fan, so I would like to know if the biography is worth a watch for someone who knows almost anything about him and wrestling in general. What would you say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanMad1977 View Post
    I am a big Stone Cold fan, so I would like to know if the biography is worth a watch for someone who knows almost anything about him and wrestling in general. What would you say?
    I thought it was pretty good. I asked a friend of mine who is big into wrestling and he thought it was good too.
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