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Old January 28 2014, 06:23 AM   #78
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Re: Movies Seen In 2014

The Devil's Double - Netflix Instant
MST3K: Future War - Netflix Instant
Deceptive Practice: The Mysteries and Mentors of Ricky Jay - Netflix Instant
Stephen King's Graveyard Shift - Netflix Instant
Charge - Netflix Instant
The Eiger Sanction - Netflix Instant
MST3K: Laserblast - Netflix Instant
The Joneses - Netflix Instant
The Reich Underground - Netflix Instant
In the Loop - Netflix Instant
The Other Man - Netflix Instant
Our Nixon - Netflix Instant
Broadcast News - Netflix Instant
MST3K: Final Justice - Netflix Instant
The Blob (1958) - HuluPlus
American Breakdown - HuluPlus
Spy Kids 3: Game Over - Netflix Instant
The Beast with a Million Eyes - Netflix Instant
Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) - Netflix Instant
Escape from Alcatraz - Netflix Insant
River of No Return - Netflix Instant
The Apartment - Netflix Instant
Rewind This! - HuluPlus
Ping Pong - Netflix Instant
Schooled: The Price of College Sports - Netflix Instant
Bronies - Netflix Instant
Le Lac Des Zombies - Netflix Instant
Cockneys vs Zombies - Netflix Instant
Humanoids from the Deep - Netflix Instant
The Haunting in Connecticut - Netflix Instant
The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia - Netflix Instant
Giorgio Moroder Presents Metropolis (1984) - Netflix Instant
Dinosaur Island - Netflix Instant
Age of Dinosaurs - Netflix Instant
The Dinosaur Project - Netflix Intant
Baby Boom - Netflix Instant

Well, I watched the '84 pop music version of Metropolis last night. I still haven't gotten to the original version of the silent film, but I will, 'cause while this version was interestin', there was clearly something missin' from it.

Went on a dinosaur kick today, watchin' the three non-educational movies Netflix Instant had available.

DI was just a soft core porn flick with bad special effects, cheesy sound effects, terrible actin', and boobs.

AoD was an Asylum production with day glow dinosaurs, Ronny Cox (TNG's Jellico), and over the top awfulness all around.

TDP was a found footage film about a modern day British expedition to Africa that discovers dinosaurs and gets eaten by them.

Watched some second season Being Human (U.S.) with my sister tonight.

And now I'm watchin' Baby Boom starrin' Diane Keaton.
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