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Pat Hatfreet
I just added this beautiful Collector's Edition tin case of "Oldboy" to my collection. I'm glad to finally own a respectable edition that seems to cover in great details the making of this excellent movie!
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Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: about 16 hours ago

I just added this beautiful Collector's Edition tin case of "Oldboy" to my collection. I'm glad to finally own a respectable edition that seems to cover in great details the making of this excellent movie!
Scotch at 12:18 AM May 27

Wow that is absolutely fantastic!

timmyd at 12:36 AM May 27

beautiful .

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Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 9 days ago

"Headhunters" was a pretty good crime thriller. There were several cool moments and revelations throughout the film that made it entertaining. Glad I finally watched it!
jimmydevito at 03:52 PM May 18

I dug it!

Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

I just found out May 17th is Norway's National Holiday. So, later tonight, I'm finally going to have a first time watch of the 2011 Norwegian action thriller "Headhunters", apparently the highest-grossing Norwegian film of all time.
jimmydevito at 12:19 AM May 18

Good call!

grelber37 at 01:11 AM May 18

Headhunters is an outstanding film with a deserved cult following.

Syttende Mai is outstanding to celebrate if you find a community that does so. Be sure to have some traditional Norwegian pie.

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Pat Hatfreet at 01:40 AM May 18

^I don't know anyone of Norwegian origin so I'm going to stick with the movie.

But I did some research on this traditional Norwegian pie and it looks great! I'll have to check if I can find some where I live.

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Pat Hatfreet posted a VIDEO item: 10 days ago

Because today is May 16th and I'm seeing Lagwagon live for only the second time this weekend.


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Pat Hatfreet at 04:09 AM May 17

I realize the background picture is not from the right album but it doesn't matter. Solid song for sure!

In Montreal, indeed. They play Sunday night at the Pouzza Fest, the punk festival I once told you about.

I've got my 3-day pass but this show is actually free. They play on a stage outside. Pass holders get to get closer to the stage but there is plenty of space for anyone behind the fences.

XSsoCX at 04:29 AM May 17

I recall that, sounds amazing. I really need to get my Advanced License so I can make my way up there, you guys get some killer shows/bands that I would love to see. And, you're about half the trip it would take to get to Syracuse.

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Pat Hatfreet at 05:50 PM May 17

Yeah, I checked Google Maps for fun one of the last few times you mentioned going away to Syracuse for the weekend. I didn't check the actual timing but I could see our towns are pretty close. You could take a kayak down the St. Lawrence river! Haha!

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Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 10 days ago

I saw a Chinese movie in theater this afternoon. It's called "Battle of Memories". What's cool about it is that it was released in a few North American theaters on April 28th, on the same day it opened on Chinese screens. In a few words, here's what the film is about (from IMDB): "After undergoing a procedure to erase his memories, a successful author begins having unexplained recollections relating to a series of unsolved murders". It was an interesting start for a thriller with a sci-fi touch. But I quickly lost interest. It was slow, unexciting and pretty damn confusing with a few twists and turns too many. I feared it would never end because the cinema's website had the film listed at 137 minutes long but thankfully, it ended after rougly 110 minutes. The movie does look great tough and is well shot.
Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 12 days ago

I had a good time yesterday with my Mother's Day viewings. First, I didn't really care for my first time watch of "Mother's Day" (1980). It was long (despite being only 90 minutes long) and boring. No thrills whatsoever. These two hillbillies and their hillbilly mom spent their time bickering and fighting each other while the ladies they kidnapped tried to escape. It was cool when the ladies got their revenge in the last 8 minutes of the film. Then, I had fun once again with the 2010 loose remake "Mother's Day". It's very different but I think I enjoyed this home-invasion thriller even more because, having finally seen the film it's based on, there were a few winks that I could finally understand. Finally, my favorite discovery of the day was "Serial Mom" (1994), which I didn't even know existed until a few months ago. It was an amusing and twisted dark comedy. I loved the many references to other horror films brought by the character of Matthew Lillard.
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Pat Hatfreet at 04:59 PM May 15

I realized this was Lillard's first movie role and found out that he turned 47 years old in January. Say what!!?????

sLaShEr84 at 04:39 AM May 16

Mother's Day(2010) and Serial Mom I like a lot.

Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 13 days ago

Today's theme for movies is obviously moms. But not just any moms. Messed up moms! First, I'll have a first time watch of the 1980 flick "Mother's Day", directed by Charles Kaufman. Then, I'll rewatch its 2010 loose remake "Mother's Day", directed by Darren Lynn Bousman. Finally, I'll have a first time watch of the 1994 movie "Serial Mom", directed by John Waters. It should be fun!
sLaShEr84 at 10:51 PM May 14

Good movies.

grelber37 at 12:55 AM May 15

Interesting viewing choices. In a way, they balance today's typical themes and images perfectly. Balance by examining the unbalanced is important.

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Pat Hatfreet at 02:42 AM May 15

@grelber37 I couldn't have expressed it in better words. But my thoughts exactly!

Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 20 days ago

I rewatched the first film last night and now, I've just returned from a screening of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2". As with every other Marvel films before, I have no idea where this storyline or some new characters came from but I was entertained. The film was colorful, beautiful looking, funny and had all sorts of cool moments. A great time at the movies!
Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 27 days ago

I fairly recently discovered there was such a thing as an Astronomy Day. There is actually two of them each year (since 2010), one in the spring, one in the fall. And today is the spring edition. For the occasion, I'm going to have a first time watch of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" and I think I'll start a documentary series I've been meaning to check out for a while now, "Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey", with Neil deGrasse Tyson, while it is still available on Netflix.
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Weapon X at 02:22 AM Apr 30

I'm a huge fan of the Hitchhiker's Guide books and the movie tickled me in all the right places. Cosmos is also amazing, and I've been messing for while to revisit that on blu-ray. Hope you enjoy!

Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 29 days ago

Just got home from a screening of "The Circle", an adaptation of a 2013 novel of the same name. The film stars Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, Karen Gillan, Patton Oswalt, John Boyega and Bill Paxton in his last movie appearance (after the list of who's who in the credits, "For Bill" is written). They all do a good job. I didn't think it was a bad movie but it isn't very good either. You know, it's in the average. It's a full on drama with, I guess, some not-so-futuristic social media sci-fi. It kind of explores ideas about a social network and its numerous apps to which people of the world would be connected in real time, all the time. Who would fucking want that? I don't! Undeserving is not the good word but honestly, nothing in this film really needs to be seen on a 50-foot wide theater screen. The friend I invited to take the second ticket said it could have been an episode of "Black Mirror" (which I haven't seen a single minute of yet), only tamer.
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Pat Hatfreet at 04:04 AM Apr 28

If you really can't wait to see it, settle for a cheap matinee.

timmyd at 01:30 AM Apr 29

seems to be the consensus . maybe I'll wait for a rental.

Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: 30 days ago

On Monday, I won tickets for an advanced screening of "The Circle", starring Tom Hanks and Emma Watson. I'm heading out right now for that. I don't really know what it is and I don't think I would have paid to see it but under the circumstances, why not?
grelber37 at 10:07 PM Apr 27

Exactly. Why not? The cast should make The Circle at least good, and the film is likely to offer some food for thought.

timmyd at 01:40 AM Apr 28

let us know what you think . I'm contemplating checking it out this weekend.

Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

So, "The Fate of the Furious" was pretty entertaining. I think it may be my least favorite of the successful formula they've been using since the fifth film but I still had a good time. I thought the mysterious drama behind the story was sillier than all the stunts they did and could have done. One of the characters even says "All of this fuss because of you?" near the end and it made me laugh, not necessarily in a good way. I also felt there was a few less stupid stunts in this one than the last few films. But the stunts they created still delivered. Statham was awesome again and the other characters did their usual schtick. There are worst times to be had at a theater. Bring on a ninth film!
Moviefreak2010 at 08:25 AM Apr 27

cool, they really need to stop though

Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

After rewatching "The Longest Fucking Runway Ever" and "Flying Cars" on Monday, I'm now heading out to see "The Fate of the Furious". This is the kind of flick that doesn't need my money so I'm using my theater's fidelity points for free admission.
Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

After getting home from seeing "Free Fire", I decided to check out Ben Wheatley's previous film "High-Rise", which I had bought on Blu-ray for cheap not too long ago. I'll just say it was not the same kind of enjoyment. This one was way too strange for my liking. I didn't hate it though. It's just that the story didn't really appeal to me. Other than that, the movie looked amazing, the sets were awesome and the actors did a great job.
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Pat Hatfreet updated his STATUS: about 1 month ago

After a less than pleasant free screening due to atrocious seating ten days ago, I returned to the theater to see Ben Wheatley's "Free Fire" this afternoon. It was entertaining and pretty funny. Sharlto Copley was especially hilarious! The shootout is pretty crazy, bullets fly everywhere and that's cool. In short, I had a good time with the film!
grelber37 at 01:56 AM Apr 26

Thank you for the recommendation. Free Fire sounds like a future video rental--or maybe even a matinee trip.

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