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Old October 24 2012, 12:27 AM   #1114
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Re: Movies Seen in 2012


Hatari! - DVD
Bachelorette - free admission
Hotel Transylvania 3D - free admission
Looper - free admission
Won't Back Down - free admission
Taken 2 - free admission
Pitch Perfect - free admission
Frankenweenie 3D - free admission
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - free admission
Miami Connection (1987) - employee screenin'
Salt - DVD
The House at the End of the Street - theater
Wake in Fright - free admission
Sinister - free admission
Beer is Cheaper than Therapy - matinee
Here Comes the Boom - free admission
Argo - free admission
End of Watch - matinee
Paranormal Activity 2: Unrated Director's Cut - DVD
Paranormal Activity 3 - DVD
The Mummy (1932) - free admission
Creature from the Black Lagoon 3D - free admission
Paranormal Activity 3: Unrated Director's Cut - DVD
Alex Cross - matinee
The Bad News Bears in Breaking Training - DVD
The Bad News Bears Go to Japan - DVD
An American Werewolf in London (1981) - free admission

Watched the two sequels to the original Bad News Bears today.

First off, Breaking Training doesn't make any sense to me. The team lost at the end of the first movie, and yet, somehow are declared the champions of their league and invited to play a charity game against a team in the Houston Astrodome. Fine, okay, whatever...but when the team runs late in gettin' from California to Houston, Texas, another, closer team is called in. If the closer team were available, why weren't they invited instead of the Bears? The winnin' team is supposed to get a trip to Japan to play against Little League champs there, which sets up the sequel....

...but in the second sequel, the Bears lack sponsorship to go to Japan, and somehow they volunteer to go, because no one else will...but they won the trip at the end of the first sequel. Why wouldn't that get them there, instead of a shady con man played by Tony Curtis?

Also, Jackie Earle Haley was freakin' creepy in Go to Japan, stalkin' that poor girl and askin' to stay the night at her place before askin' her name.

And I've got my ticket to see An American Werewolf in London tonight, seatin' should open in about five, ten minutes.
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