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The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
#1 Movie of All-Time
Akira Kurosawa
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Well, so much for that...
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Weapon X updated his STATUS: about 1 hour ago

Well, so much for that...
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Weapon X at 09:06 PM Sep 01

But seriously, spreading around privately-taken celebrity pictures that weren't meant for a magazine spread or movie screen makes you, at best, a contemptible asshole. [/high-horse disclaimer]

YoshioKun13 at 09:13 PM Sep 01

They'll have to make an amendment to this song

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I'm a soul man.

TheChanges23 at 02:21 PM Sep 01

He's here to X you the hell out. You're daaaaaaaaaamn right!!

movieman32 at 03:06 PM Sep 01

Cool pic!

JohnLocke2342 at 05:02 PM Sep 01

aw yeah

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Weapon X updated his STATUS: about 23 hours ago

A lot of "Aliens" vibes in tonight's episode of The Strain.
JohnnyPHreak at 11:15 PM Aug 31

Didn't even realize that, good call!

WalkAway at 11:43 PM Aug 31

aw man I am so far behind, I gotta catch up

JohnLocke2342 at 05:05 PM Sep 01

Yeah man tonight's episode was fantastic.. the last 3 have really ramped the show up

Weapon X updated his STATUS: 2 days ago

The Good, The Bad, The Weird isn't a movie you just's the kind of movie you allow to happen to you.
Cochise at 12:02 AM Aug 31

I remember hearing about that one in passing but never really looked into it... just looked up the trailer and that actually looks really, really good. Will defo have to check this out as soon as I can!!

JohnnyPHreak at 10:07 AM Aug 31

I really enjoyed it. And the ending was so cool.

Pat Hatfreet
Pat Hatfreet at 02:46 PM Aug 31

I watched this for the first time recently and I thought it was pretty good!

Weapon X updated his STATUS: 2 days ago

Dinner made, now it's time to get weird...That is to say, The Good, The Bad, The Weird.
ericodarko at 10:15 PM Aug 30

Oh, very nice choice

Slick Nick
Slick Nick at 10:50 PM Aug 30

is it anything like..The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly?

Weapon X
Weapon X at 12:10 AM Aug 31

Good/Bad/Weird - typically referred to as a "kimchi western" - is a South Korean movie that takes a lot of cues from Good/Bad/Ugly, to the point of parody where certain scenes are concerned. It's very comedic, action-packed, and features one of the most insane chase sequence I can recall witness.

Weapon X updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

My brain is still finding it very hard to process that one of the leads of Franklin & Bash used to be Zack Morris.
Weapon X updated his STATUS: 3 days ago

As long as it doesn't take another ten years to be made, I'd be down for another Boondock Saints.
JohnnyPHreak at 09:12 PM Aug 29

I still have not seen the sequel. I never got around to it in theaters and my friends had mixed feelings about it. I can't count the number of times I've watched the first one.

Weapon X updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

Good news, everyone! Snowpiercer is officially set for Blu-ray release on 10/21. [starts dancing along to "Happy"]
Glinda at 11:42 AM Aug 29

Awesome and this one is definitely one I want in Blu!

JohnnyPHreak at 12:00 PM Aug 29

I just want to know if there really is a 2 1/2 hour director's cut of this out there.

Weapon X
Weapon X at 03:24 PM Aug 29

Everything I've read asserts the 125-minute version IS the one and only true-true Director's Cut.

Weapon X updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

The Lone Ranger was WAAAAAAAY too long, its plot was unnecessarily complex, the wraparound segments with aged Tonto weren't as amusing as they seemed think, the Lone Ranger himself could have been an "unlikely hero" without being such a doofus up front, and it tries too hard to capture the Pirates of the Caribbean magic (the whole Red's sequence was basically Tortuga)...but otherwise it wasn't so bad. It's beautifully shot, there's plenty of decent humor, Tonto's tragic backstory story itself was engaging, and the final train chase is nicely insane.
Cochise at 12:02 PM Aug 29

my main gripe with it was how over the top it was, the action and such. It just did not need to be that unbelievable and crazy, if it was a more grounded take it could've been great.

JohnnyPHreak at 12:06 PM Aug 29

I said about the same thing when I watched it. It wasn't as bad as I was lead to believe. I'm not the biggest Johnny Deep fan as of late but I thought he was better in this than much of the other films I've seen him in lately. The final action sequence was the best part of the movie for me.

YoshioKun13 at 07:35 PM Aug 29

Yep, that's pretty much exactly what I thought about it too.

And Will Fitchner makes for a reliable bad guy, just as he did in TMNT.

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Weapon X updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

I'm really hoping Tonto drops a Dead Man reference and calls John Reid a "stupid fucking white man", but it's Disney, so I sense disappointment.
Weapon X updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

The plan was to watch The Good, The Bad, The Weird...but The Lone Ranger just arrived from Netflix. I've been curious about this one awhile, and it may not match the awesomeness of the kimchi western by any stretch, but it's gotta be a grand step up from Bakshi's LOTR........right?
Cochise at 05:35 PM Aug 28

haha yeah a step up for sure. Surprisingly violent like Verbinski's other flicks and, like his other flicks as well, some really cool shots. Didn't think it was a very good movie at all overall though, but I hope you find some enjoyment in it

JohnnyPHreak at 12:10 PM Aug 29

The Good, The Bad & The Weird is fun. It has a great ending scene as well.

Weapon X updated his STATUS: 4 days ago

I wasn't sure Seventh Son could look any cheesier, but kudos, new trailer, you accomplished just that.
Cochise at 02:06 PM Aug 28

It doesn't look so much cheesy as it does just... dull to me. It's giving me a 47 Ronin except a whole lot less interesting/cool vibe (and I found that movie to be, while not bad, a disappointment). It just looks like a movie where they poured a ton of money into it and yet the result makes people go 'meh... next'. But who knows, maybe we'll see and it'll be a surprise hit...

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2014 in Real Time: Bill's Best Rants, Part I

1. February 28 - “I used to think Hollywood egos were the neediest, but these ‘Masters of the Universe’ are more like ‘Babies on a Plane.’ Stock trader Steve Schwarzman, net worth $8 billion, once said that Obama raising his taxes 3% felt like ‘when Hitler invaded Poland.’ Sounds like something Sarah Palin would tweet after huffing paint thinner. But with the super-rich, it’s becoming a meme. Now we have Tom Perkins, net worth $8 billion, saying the richest one percent are so persecuted in America, they feel ‘like Jews in Nazi Germany.’ Which is why last week Tom built a panic room inside his mansion that’s a full-size replica of Anne Frank’s house. Is it really that hard out there for a pimp with eight billion dollars?”
2. March 28 - “While we’re on the subject of the Democratic Party owning what they should be proud to own…Jimmy Carter is a perfect example. We may not have had a great economy in the 70s, but I’ll tell you something else we didn’t have: A WAR. Carter was branded a wimp, but the real wimps are the Democrats who never had his back for the achievement of never firing a shot while in office. And the courage of being the last president to ask Americans to sacrifice. And yet when Obama talks fondly about a president from his youth, he cites Reagan as an inspiration. But Obama is supposed to be an environmentalist. He should be inspired by the president who put solar panels on the White House roof. Not the president who came after him and tore them down because he thought the sun was interfering with Nancy’s astrology!”
3. April 4 - “Fifty years ago, America’s biggest employer was General Motors, where workers made the modern equivalent of $50 an hour. Today, America’s biggest employer is Walmart, where the average wage is $8 an hour, which means you can share a room in a transient hotel with a drifter who cuts his toenails with a machete. Meanwhile, Walmart’s owners are so absurdly rich that one of them, Alice Walton, spent over a billion dollars building an art museum in Bentonville, Arkansas, 500 miles away from the nearest person who ever would want to look at art. And she said about it, ‘For years, I’ve been thinking about what we could do as a family that could really make a difference.’ How about giving your employees a raise, you deluded nitwit!?”
4. June 6 - “Guns are legal, we get it. It doesn’t mean you have to scare the bejeezus out of everybody. Chill out, Josey Wales, this isn’t the Wild West anymore. Clint Eastwood is directing ‘Jersey Boys’ now! You guys aren’t just firearm enthusiasts, you’re ammo-sexuals. And before you try and deny that you have some sort of unnatural romantic relationship with your gun, consider this: you’re taking it out to dinner. Because it completes you. GET A ROOM. I love Tiffany lamps, but if I couldn’t bear to leave the house without carrying one, they would lock me up. It’s no secret I favor marijuana rights, but I don’t go to the Olive Garden and blow bong-hits into people’s faces…Anymore.”
5. July 11 - “Neither party has a monopoly on lying. In fact, they all do it so often they've invented their own term for it: ‘I misspoke.’ But how come the rule for the Republican Party is that when they get caught in a lie, they don't have to stop telling it? They said Obamacare would use death panels; it doesn't. They said it covered illegals; it doesn't. They said it was a job-killer; it hasn't been. They said there were elves who bake cookies in trees. Well, almost. Now for sure, Obama also told a lie when he said, ‘Everybody who likes their healthcare plan can keep it.’ And for about two percent of the population, that did turn out to be false. The difference is, he stopped saying it, because he understands there's this thing called ‘observable reality.’”
6. July 18 - “I understand it's a dangerous world out there and threats have changed; when I was a kid, there was no such thing as Shia LeBeouf. But we don't need to fill our streets with any more horrifying death machines when we already have GM. The military should dispose of these things the way they always did in the past: by selling them to Arnold Schwarzenegger. Because cops are only human, and we all know what it's like when you get a new toy. You want to use it. I bought a glue gun once, and by the end of the weekend, my dog's face was stuck to the toilet rim. But, in West Springfield, Massachusetts, the police department's new toy is two grenade launchers. Why? In case Boko Haram takes Connecticut? It’s hard enough keeping the George Zimmermans out of the police academy without having bazookas in the brochure.”
MrsData at 10:02 AM Aug 30

Fridays feel so wrong without him

Weapon X updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

Yep, Ralph Bakshi's Lord of the Rings is just as bad as I remember. The rotoscoping is hideous, the character and creature designs range from uninspired to laughable (Treebeard looks like the lovechild of Sweetums from the Muppets and Gossamer from Looney Tunes with sprigs of brocolli growing of its head), and the pace is somehow both rushed and stuttering. I don't fault the ambition...just nearly everything about the execution.
Cochise at 11:38 AM Aug 28

yeahhhh remember my Uncle showing it to me when I was a kid and was just not a fan at all... and I would eat up everything animated. Tried watching it again a few years back and just couldn't.

Weapon X updated his STATUS: 5 days ago

I think they rented out some kid's school-play bat costume for the Balrog.
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