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The Lord of the Rings
#1 Movie of All-Time
Shaun of the Dead
#1 Comedy
Raiders of the Lost Ark
#1 Action
#1 Sci-Fi
#1 Horror
Before Midnight
#1 Romance
The Lion King
#1 Animated
The Empire Strikes Back
#1 Fantasy
Michael Fassbender
#1 Actor
Jessica Chastain
#1 Actress
Steven Spielberg
#1 Director
Jessica Chastain
#1 Hottie
Indiana Jones
#1 Movie Character
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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Oh mannnn MFC - Jaws on the big screen was a mindblowing experience. I've seen this movie over 200 times in my life and it's never, EVER looked as good as it did on film, and that's including the blu-ray. It was a packed theater full of older and new fans whooping and hollering during the film's most iconic moments - including a straight up standing ovation for "You're gonna need a bigger boat". 40 years later and this masterpiece is still as tense, scary, funny and thrilling as it ever was. Long live the King of Blockbusters.
Johnboy16 at 08:18 PM Jun 21

Your experience is exactly why I've been arguing for years why studios should re release classics, I am so psyched to see this now.

Anakin at 05:04 AM Jun 22

Sounds amazing and yeah studios should release some of the older classics again. It seems like a no brainer.

Glinda at 06:32 PM Jun 22

I loved it too! I wish they'd put mine into a bigger theater. It sold out 30 minutes prior to showtime so I know that people were turned back. Thankfully I had a ticket and got there really early.

So much fun.

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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Heading out to the theater in a little bit to see Jaws on the big screen for the very first time, and I'm so incredibly stoked. This is one of my 5 favorite movies in existence and to be able to get the opportunity to see it in a theater is just amazing. Here's to swimmin' with bowlegged women!
Glinda at 11:55 AM Jun 21

LOL at that line. It always cracks me up.


Anakin at 12:11 PM Jun 21

Enjoy mate

Weapon X
Weapon X at 12:20 PM Jun 21

"Show me the way to go home..."

JohnLocke2342 posted a BLOG item about 1 year ago

Father's Day - My Favorite Cinematic Father

Mood: Happy
oscarxp25 at 01:00 PM Jun 21

"Son, I'm sorry, they got us"

This movie had the best father and son relationship I have had the pleasure of watching. The whole movie they bicker but as soon as Connery gets shot you see how much Indy truly loves his dad as he risks his life to get the cup. That and my favorite scene, probably of the entire series, where his father tells him "let it go" make this movie the classic that it is.

movieman32 at 02:23 PM Jun 21

Being reminded of Sean Connery's greatness in Last Crusade, as well as how good he and Harrison Ford played off of each other, makes me wish he could've been talked out of retirement to class up Kingdom of the Crystal Skull a bit.

YoshioKun13 at 03:39 AM Jun 25

@oscarxp25 - And you'll notice how Jones Sr. keeps calling Indy "Junior throughout the film, but the one time he doesn't is in that scene at the end.

" Indiana.....let it go."

JohnLocke2342 posted a BLOG item about 1 year ago

Happy 40th Anniversay to one of the Greatest Films Ever Made

Mood: Happy
Glinda at 02:56 PM Jun 20

Beautiful blog.

Forty years seems unbelievable and it's still beloved and will be forever.

@Scotch - that scene!

ericodarko at 05:56 PM Jun 20

Such a masterpiece. I could just watch it all day every day. Really bummed there's no special screening for the 40th near me.

Btw, that scene in the 6th pic scared the absolute shit out of my girlfriend when we watched it last night haha

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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

This stunning, talented beauty.
Invidtus at 02:38 PM Jun 20

O hai~

Glinda at 06:18 PM Jun 20

omg YES!

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

I posted a mini-review last night but I had to sleep on it a bit to further flesh out my thoughts. Inside Out is a shining example of why Pixar has been one of the brightest, most creative and clever studios of the last two decades. Wonderfully inventive, complex and full of emotional life lessons that everyone can relate to - this is easily one of the storied studio’s greatest achievements. It was a beautiful coming of age story about acceptance, letting go of the past while forging the future and learning about what really makes you, you. I can’t recommend this absolutely wonderful film enough.
emmyd at 12:59 PM Jun 20

awh yes I can't wait to see it! sounds great!

Glinda at 06:18 PM Jun 20

Wow, that pic is gorgeous. I cannot wait to see this.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 01:55 AM Jun 21

Glad to hear you loved it!

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Yeah.. You're Next was pretty terrible. Wasn't a fan at all.
Weapon X
Weapon X at 11:59 AM Jun 20

I enjoyed it. I wanna be Sharni Vinson when I grow up.

HTX0811 at 01:37 AM Jun 21

I enjoyed it as well. I don't think I loved it as much as I did the first time but it was still enjoyable on repeat viewings.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 02:02 AM Jun 21

Sorry to hear that, John... I for one loved it!

@Weapon X Hahaha! I wanna be her too!

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JohnLocke2342 created a LIST: about 1 year ago

Ranking Pixar after Inside Out

1. Wall*E
2. Up
3. Inside Out
4. Finding Nemo
5. Toy Story 3
6. Toy Story
7. The Incredibles
8. Toy Story 2
9. Ratatouille
10. Monsters, Inc.
11. A Bug's Life
12. Brave
13. Monsters University
14. *haven't seen Cars/Cars 2
ericodarko at 12:10 AM Jun 20

WOW, Inside Out is that high up, eh? After this list & your review, I'm even more stoked to check it out. To me, Pixar still hasn't made a bad movie but I'm excited to see them being back on their A-game.

JohnLocke2342 at 10:09 AM Jun 20

^ It's that good man, trust me!

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

I've got a date with Pixar tonight
ericodarko at 05:18 PM Jun 19

That's awesome. I'm seeing it Sunday & I can't wait.

Have fun, dude

Glinda at 07:07 PM Jun 19

Have fun it looks amazing.

timmyd at 08:04 PM Jun 19

enjoy , my man

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JohnLocke2342 posted a BLOG item about 1 year ago

Happy Birthday to the Ethereal Zoe Saldana

Mood: Chillin'
movieman32 at 11:22 PM Jun 19

Ethereal's as good a word as any to describe this beauty!

Mr.Blizzo at 05:13 AM Jun 20


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Pat Hatfreet at 02:10 AM Jun 21

So pretty!

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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

timmyd at 08:11 PM Jun 19

be still , my heart.

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 11:10 PM Jun 19

simply amazing.

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Last night I finally caught up with one of the most revered and talked about horror movies of 2014 by giving The Babadook a watch and I'm happy to see it more than lived up to the hype. A deeply rooted horror drama masked with duel-meanings as the story moves further along. I love my horror movies layered and this one acts as a maddening descent into darkness stemmed from grief and a refusal to let twisted thoughts into your mind. Both Amelia and Sam were bound by their love for each other and terrified by what they couldn't admit to themselves, and their relationship was tested and earned by the end of the story. Oh, and how about that Esse Davis huh? For my money that's easily one of the best performances I've seen in the last year and it was a joy watching her transformation. If it's in a word or it's in a look....
OldKingClancy at 07:03 PM Jun 19

I really need to see this again, it's been sitting in my mind since I first saw it and I can't shake it.

HTX0811 at 02:01 AM Jun 21

Great horror movie. As annoying as that kid was, the movie did a great job at being sympathetic to what he was going through.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 02:13 AM Jun 21

Glad to hear you loved it!

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JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Glinda at 11:27 AM Jun 19


JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence, arguably the two most bankable stars of their respective genders in Hollywood right now just signed on to star in the Sci-Fi movie "Passengers". The story "is set on a spacecraft in the future, with thousands of passengers making an interstellar voyage to a distant new planet. One passenger awakens from cryogenic sleep 90 years before anyone else and decides to wake up a female passenger, sparking the beginning of a love story". Which these two in the lead what are the chances this thing grosses a billion dollars? Pretty much locked up?
Cochise at 12:14 AM Jun 19

lol don't think it'll do near that well but yeah, they're definitely hot right now both of em, so it should do real well. I remember when Keanu Reeves was attached to this. Less excited now but still I'll check it out on video or something

razgriz21 at 10:15 AM Jun 19

I don' t know about money but I like the concept.

Glinda at 11:13 AM Jun 19

This sounds fantastic, both the story and the stars. Awesome!

JohnLocke2342 updated his STATUS: about 1 year ago

Wow, that trailer for Sicario completely snuck up on me and it's just shot up to one of my most anticipated films of the year. For starters you have Denis Villeneuve's follow-up to the Oscar nominated Prisoners, a cast that includes some heavyweight titans like Benicio Del Toro, Josh Brolin and the rising-onto-A-list-status-she's-probably-there-now Emily Blunt and to finish it all off - cinematography from Roger Deakins. Yes please.
Glinda at 06:12 PM Jun 18

Looks fantastic.

timmyd at 07:07 PM Jun 18

looking forward very much to this.

Cochise at 12:17 AM Jun 19

you all gotta check out Enemy if you haven't

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