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    Behind Enemy Lines
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      Spider-Man with Tobey Maguire.
      Shit happens when You fart naked

      Retro pimpin aint easy
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        Lethal Weapon 4
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          Probably The Star Wars prequel trilogy. And even though I admit Hayden Christensen's acting and dialogue is a little wooden in Episode II he is quite a bit better in Episode III. Not quite Oscar level, but better. Not so much talk about sand being rough and coarse and getting up in everything...lol And say what you want about Jar-Jar in Episode I, but it still features one of the most epic lightsaber duels of all time between a Master Jedi, his apprentice, and a Sith lord.
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            ActionBastard wrote:
            Spider-Man with Tobey Maguire.


            Really? I thought more people liked the Spider-Man movies. I mean I'll admit the emo thing was a bit much in Part 3 but it still featured even if it was only briefly one of my favorite Spider-Man villains of all time, Venom! :wink:
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              Benjanime wrote:
              ferngully


              No, not Ferngully! I loved this movie as a kid and Hexxus (voiced by Tim Curry) was so deliciously evil. C'mon! Toxic Love! :twisted:
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                demonpuppet87 wrote:
                The live-action remake of The Flintstones was another underrated movie that I liked. However, when it first came out, my 7th birthday party was Flintstone-themed, and we almost had to use the party hats and invitations we'd purchased for the celebration. However, I decided to write on some of the invitations myself.


                I always liked the Flintstones movie as a kid. It was very cute and well done. And I mean looking back on it as an adult I'll admit Halle Berry's wardrobe might've been a bit much for an impressionable 10 year old but I still turned out ok. That and the drinking scene at the bowling alley with the tub of beer...lol :roll:
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                  True Lies
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                    CruJonesIsTheMan wrote:
                    I was watching through the TMNT blu-ray set that I got for Christmas and got to thinking. I really like TMNT 3. But from what I read on the internet, most people seem to really hate it. I can sort of see where they're coming from. The turtles' suits aren't as good as the first movie and the story could have used a bit more depth to it. But it's still a fun movie. The suits are a lot better than the second movie...at least the heads are better. The bodies have always been pretty good.

                    I really wanted to like the cgi turtles movie, but the ridiculous voice they got for Splinter, Mako, really took me out of the movie. I love Mako, but he just didn't sound anything like Splinter has ever sounded. That, and the turtles' head looked sort of squished.


                    I never HATED the third Turtles movie but I never really thought it was as good as the other two. And it also served as a bit of disappointment for me when they didn't make a fourth Turtles movie showing what happened to the Green Machine after they came back from their adventure in Feudal Japan. And then they came out with the new CGI Turtles movie which was good but I would've much rather had the live action turtles back in another movie. I mean C'mon, we waited 14 years for a sequel and I don't think it lived up to its hype.... :cry:
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                      Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

                      The movie is actually solid. I think the people who hated it are just mad because Linda Hamilton and Edward Furlong weren't in it.
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                        CruJonesIsTheMan wrote:
                        I was watching through the TMNT blu-ray set that I got for Christmas and got to thinking. I really like TMNT 3. But from what I read on the internet, most people seem to really hate it. I can sort of see where they're coming from. The turtles' suits aren't as good as the first movie and the story could have used a bit more depth to it. But it's still a fun movie. The suits are a lot better than the second movie...at least the heads are better. The bodies have always been pretty good.

                        I really wanted to like the cgi turtles movie, but the ridiculous voice they got for Splinter, Mako, really took me out of the movie. I love Mako, but he just didn't sound anything like Splinter has ever sounded. That, and the turtles' head looked sort of squished.


                        i got bored pretty quick of this one, and i related with james rolfe in his tmnt III review with the odd scenes and dialogue from the movie. that, and i found the scene with casey jones teaching the ninja warriors about hockey to be one of the worst parts of it. way to screw with history!

                        as for the 2007 cgi film, it did hold me by surprise at first, but strangely enough it only followed by half of what was going by with the plot of the comic books. one thing i noticed was that karai was actually helping the turtles out, who is shredder's daughter, hence the foot soldiers by her side. and then we have april as an athletic fighter, which she also became in the sega genesis version of teenage mutant ninja turtles: tournament fighters. i followed what i could with the original comics, so at least they got karai and april right from the aftermath of shredder

                        jango52577 wrote:
                        Benjanime wrote:
                        ferngully


                        No, not Ferngully! I loved this movie as a kid and Hexxus (voiced by Tim Curry) was so deliciously evil. C'mon! Toxic Love! :twisted:


                        yeah, i just find a certain charm to the movie. i've ignored the sequel though
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                          Scary Movie
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                            jango52577 wrote:
                            demonpuppet87 wrote:
                            The live-action remake of The Flintstones was another underrated movie that I liked. However, when it first came out, my 7th birthday party was Flintstone-themed, and we almost had to use the party hats and invitations we'd purchased for the celebration. However, I decided to write on some of the invitations myself.


                            I always liked the Flintstones movie as a kid. It was very cute and well done. And I mean looking back on it as an adult I'll admit Halle Berry's wardrobe might've been a bit much for an impressionable 10 year old but I still turned out ok. That and the drinking scene at the bowling alley with the tub of beer...lol :roll:


                            I thought Halle Berry's wardrobe was the same you were thinking of at 10 as I was at 7. I still find it interesting to this day.
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                              J. Edgar
                              Spider-Man 3
                              Batman Forever (yeah, I said it)
                              Cars/Cars 2
                              Robin Hood (Disney)
                              Robin Hood Prince of Thieves
                              Green Lantern (sort of)
                              Indiana Jones and Temple of Doom
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                                MarioSonic94 wrote:
                                J. Edgar
                                Spider-Man 3
                                Batman Forever (yeah, I said it)
                                Cars/Cars 2
                                Robin Hood (DIsney)
                                Robin Hood Prince of Thieves



                                Disney's Robin Hood is hated?? I consider this movie to be my second favorite Disney flick after The Lion King. And its probably the most underrated Disney movie ever which is probably a good and bad thing. Because it isn't terribly popular it won't ever get the Direct-To-DVD treatment. Thank god... :roll:
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                                  thecrow174 wrote:
                                  Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

                                  The movie is actually solid. I think the people who hated it are just mad because Linda Hamilton and Edward Furlong weren't in it.


                                  Being a Terminator fan I have to agree that T3 wasn't that bad but it was basically the same movie as T2 with updated visual effects due to advancing technology. Don't believe me? See for yourself right on RJ:

                                  http://www.retrojunk.com/details_articles/4864/
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                                    Benjanime wrote:
                                    CruJonesIsTheMan wrote:
                                    I was watching through the TMNT blu-ray set that I got for Christmas and got to thinking. I really like TMNT 3. But from what I read on the internet, most people seem to really hate it. I can sort of see where they're coming from. The turtles' suits aren't as good as the first movie and the story could have used a bit more depth to it. But it's still a fun movie. The suits are a lot better than the second movie...at least the heads are better. The bodies have always been pretty good.

                                    I really wanted to like the cgi turtles movie, but the ridiculous voice they got for Splinter, Mako, really took me out of the movie. I love Mako, but he just didn't sound anything like Splinter has ever sounded. That, and the turtles' head looked sort of squished.


                                    i got bored pretty quick of this one, and i related with james rolfe in his tmnt III review with the odd scenes and dialogue from the movie. that, and i found the scene with casey jones teaching the ninja warriors about hockey to be one of the worst parts of it. way to screw with history!

                                    as for the 2007 cgi film, it did hold me by surprise at first, but strangely enough it only followed by half of what was going by with the plot of the comic books. one thing i noticed was that karai was actually helping the turtles out, who is shredder's daughter, hence the foot soldiers by her side. and then we have april as an athletic fighter, which she also became in the sega genesis version of teenage mutant ninja turtles: tournament fighters. i followed what i could with the original comics, so at least they got karai and april right from the aftermath of shredder

                                    jango52577 wrote:
                                    Benjanime wrote:
                                    ferngully


                                    No, not Ferngully! I loved this movie as a kid and Hexxus (voiced by Tim Curry) was so deliciously evil. C'mon! Toxic Love! :twisted:


                                    yeah, i just find a certain charm to the movie. i've ignored the sequel though


                                    As you should with most Direct To Video sequels of half way decent movies with no need of a sequel. Take Secret Of NIMH 2: Timmy To The Rescue for instance. Wonderous original film based on a great book with no loose ends of any kind to tie up or unresolved conflicts. And then MGM creates a money grab of a movie riding on the coat tails of the original which could never in a million years live up to the original... :roll:
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                                      Batman and Robin
                                      Bio-dome
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                                        jrs1991 wrote:
                                        Batman and Robin
                                        Bio-dome
                                        Batman and Robin is okay but,I don't think I can
                                        watch Bio-dome all the way through. I saw the Nostalgia Critic review
                                        of it and the main characters are beyond obnoxious.
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                                          jango52577 wrote:
                                          thecrow174 wrote:
                                          Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

                                          The movie is actually solid. I think the people who hated it are just mad because Linda Hamilton and Edward Furlong weren't in it.


                                          Being a Terminator fan I have to agree that T3 wasn't that bad but it was basically the same movie as T2 with updated visual effects due to advancing technology. Don't believe me? See for yourself right on RJ:

                                          http://www.retrojunk.com/details_articles/4864/


                                          Arnie basically parodied his way throughout the movie which was kinda disturbing. The action scenes were ok at the beginning but lost steam as the movie progressed.
                                          Sorry for ranting i just wanted to get that off my chest.
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