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Old November 9 2013, 05:20 AM   #574
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Re: Movies Seen In 2013


Rock Jocks - Netflix Instant
Redemption - Netflix Instant
Olympus has Fallen - Netflix Instant
TNT Jackson(1974) - Netflix Instant
Foxy Brown - Netflix Instant
Empire State - Netflix Instant
Brotherhood of Death - Netflix Instant
Charley Varrick - Netflix Instant
Lock, Stock & Two Smoking Barrels - Netflix Instant
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II - Netflix Instant
Mulan II - Netflix Instant
Sharknado - Netflix Instant
2-Headed Shark Attack - Netflix Instant
Mega Shark vs Crocosaurus - Netflix Instant

Saw that Sharknado is available on Netflix, and decided to see what all the hype was about...freakin' terrible movie. And I may be the last person on the face of the earth to see the damn thing, but holy crap, this isn't even so bad its good, its just bad.

Followed that up with two more gawd awful shark attack movies.

2HSA had Carmen Electra in a bikini for a couple of scenes, but the shark's size changed dependin' on where it was attackin'. Large enough to keep with a speedboat and swallow two skiers whole, but small enough to sneak up on a threesome in waist deep water....

MSvC had Robert Picardo & Jaleel White, and was a sequel to some other "mega shark" movie.

All three were from Asylum...bad effects, terrible actin' & poor continuity all around for all three.

Still hopin' to see the Thor sequel this weekend. Can't do the midnight show tonight like I thought I would...

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...I watched the 400th "new to me" movie of the year, Empire State which stars Liam Hemsworth as a security guard who helps his lowlife friends rob an armored truck company. Based on a true story of the largest cash robbery in U.S. history, it has Dwayne Johnson as NYPD detective investigatin' the theft.

Not too bad a movie.
I was going to watch that but a lot of people hated it and it didn't even get a theatrical release, so I passed. If it's not too bad I might reconsider.
Well, ya know, it wasn't too bad. If you're a fan of Liam Hemsworth, its worth checkin' out, he's in just about every bit of the movie throughout. The Rock may be front & center on the DVD art, but he's definitely just a supportin' player in the movie.
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