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Bowser 11:09 AM 01-04-2014
Old one is crapping out the server, per the new guidelines.

Browse the old thread that is chock full of goodness here -

http://chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=172245
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Deberg_1990 12:24 AM 01-05-2014
Saw Walter Mitty tonight after the game. Really enjoyed it. I'm not ashamed to admit I'm a big fan of Ben Stiller. His sense of humor always makes me laugh.

I think I most enjoyed the visual style of the movie. It was strong and unique. Very enjoyable movie.
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patteeu 10:11 AM 01-05-2014
The Guard was entertaining for it's dialogue. Clash of the Titans and Wrath of the Titans were better than I expected, but don't expect much.
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-King- 11:05 AM 01-05-2014
Watched Fruitvale station last night. Really good movie.
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Bowser 11:14 AM 01-05-2014
Elysium was ok, at best. Got the feeling it could have been a ton better.
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Nzoner 11:35 AM 01-05-2014
Went to see The Wolf Of Wall Street over the holiday,first time I've ever walked up to get my tickets and had the girl in the booth say,"we have to let you know this is a very vulgar movie."

Of course I bought the tickets anyway and glad I did,thought the movie was very entertaining and I'd give it two thumbs up.
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Deberg_1990 01:23 PM 01-05-2014
Originally Posted by Nzoner:
Went to see The Wolf Of Wall Street over the holiday,first time I've ever walked up to get my tickets and had the girl in the booth say,"we have to let you know this is a very vulgar movie."

Of course I bought the tickets anyway and glad I did,thought the movie was very entertaining and I'd give it two thumbs up.
Heh, nearly all Scorcese movies are vulgar to some group of people.

People are acting like this is some new thing.

I think what's happened is, mainstream filmgoers are not quite used to hard R rated movies anymore. PG13 has really toned everything down. A lot of the popular films of the 70s and 80s were hard R rated.
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NewChief 02:53 PM 01-05-2014
Okay:

I need suggestions for family friendly movies that aren't the typical animated Pixar stuff because my kids have seen all of those. Things along the lines of Jumanji, Ghostbusters, Willow, Star Wars, The Hobbit, Harry Potter, etc...

I'd prefer movies with enough complexity to keep adults entertained, but they've got to be off the beaten path a bit. Classics with some artistic merit are preferred. We're talking a mature (too mature) 6 year old and a 9 year old here. The Hobbit is about as far as I'll go with the six year old as far as adult themes, and I caved on that one in a moment of weakness (I wanted to see the damned thing too, and I figured letting him see it was my best bet).

Some others they've enjoyed lately:
Escape to Witch Mountain
The Last Mimzy
Air Bud and all the "buddy" movies (groan, I can't stand watching these).


I'm thinking I may hit up all the Miyazaki movies soon. They saw Ponyo when they were younger, but I think they'd like all of them. My older child is obsessed with movies (like on the verge of Asperger's obsessed), so I'd like for him to at least watch stuff that isn't total shit, as he'll sit there and watch Super Buddies, Air Bud, Santa Buddies, and that dreck over and over if I let him, which causes no end of fights about what we're going to watch on family movie nights.
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Aries Walker 04:11 PM 01-05-2014
Narnia.
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Bowser 04:52 PM 01-05-2014
Originally Posted by NewChief:
Okay:

I need suggestions for family friendly movies that aren't the typical animated Pixar stuff because my kids have seen all of those. Things along the lines of Jumanji, Ghostbusters, Willow, Star Wars, The Hobbit, Harry Potter, etc...

I'd prefer movies with enough complexity to keep adults entertained, but they've got to be off the beaten path a bit. Classics with some artistic merit are preferred. We're talking a mature (too mature) 6 year old and a 9 year old here. The Hobbit is about as far as I'll go with the six year old as far as adult themes, and I caved on that one in a moment of weakness (I wanted to see the damned thing too, and I figured letting him see it was my best bet).

Some others they've enjoyed lately:
Escape to Witch Mountain
The Last Mimzy
Air Bud and all the "buddy" movies (groan, I can't stand watching these).


I'm thinking I may hit up all the Miyazaki movies soon. They saw Ponyo when they were younger, but I think they'd like all of them. My older child is obsessed with movies (like on the verge of Asperger's obsessed), so I'd like for him to at least watch stuff that isn't total shit, as he'll sit there and watch Super Buddies, Air Bud, Santa Buddies, and that dreck over and over if I let him, which causes no end of fights about what we're going to watch on family movie nights.
The Incredibles
Aladdin
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SAUTO 05:00 PM 01-05-2014
Originally Posted by Buehler445:
I thought it was really good. I didn't expect any of it. At all. I thought he may have had some alcohol in his system, but I didn't expect all that.

The question I have is can a guy really get piss drunk, take a snort of crack, and be good to go?

Is that even possible?
that wasn't crack.

and yes.
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NewChief 05:23 PM 01-05-2014
Originally Posted by Aries Walker:
Narnia.
Thanks. Watched it.
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NewChief 05:24 PM 01-05-2014
Originally Posted by Bowser:
The Incredibles
Aladdin
Yes. Seen both. They've seen all the traditional animated movies.
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Bowser 05:34 PM 01-05-2014
Originally Posted by NewChief:
Yes. Seen both. They've seen all the traditional animated movies.
How about Lucas?
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NewChief 05:58 PM 01-05-2014
Originally Posted by Bowser:
How about Lucas?
Seen all the Star Wars. Youngest has been bugging shit out of me about Indiana Jones, but I haven't done it yet. Probably about time. Face melting scene seems a bit much.
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patteeu 06:21 PM 01-05-2014
Have they seen Rudy?
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