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Old July 15 2010, 01:06 AM   #31
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Re: John Carpenter's The Thing.

Favorite film.

I watch this and Die Hard every Christmas Eve, cause wisecracking heroes, gun battles, Antarctic paranoia and genestealing alien menaces are the perfect way to celebrate the birth of Christ.

Man, the 80s have the best movies.
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Old July 15 2010, 03:30 PM   #32
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Re: John Carpenter's The Thing.

70's and 80's seem to have an awful lot of good stuff for me. That isn't to say great movies still aren't being put out there. I'm just going with sentimental favorites.
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Old July 15 2010, 04:00 PM   #33
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Re: John Carpenter's The Thing.

One of my favourite films ever. It's pretty much perfect.
"As a species we're fundamentally insane. Put more than two of us in a room, we pick sides and start dreaming up reasons to kill one another. Why do you think we invented politics and religion?" - Ollie, The Mist
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Old July 15 2010, 09:03 PM   #34
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Re: John Carpenter's The Thing.

Brilliant movie.

It's also Antarctica's National Movie!

For me, and for many of us, the future is now in the past.
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