Thread: movie night

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    • 3 years 1 month ago
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    is anyone like me do you choose when to have a movie night you know the night where you just fancy sticking on a dvd
      • 3 years 27 days ago
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      Quote by sharkbate
      is anyone like me do you choose when to have a movie night you know the night where you just fancy sticking on a dvd


      I don't but i wish maybe an 80's night and penguin night party night high school night superhero night who knows
      Hoping to explore pop culture from the 20th Century with you
        • 2 years 10 months ago
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        Last night was a movie night, we watched Prometheus.
          • 2 years 8 months ago
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          Quote by bklynbren
          Last night was a movie night, we watched Prometheus.


          Sounds like sci fi night to me
          Hoping to explore pop culture from the 20th Century with you
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            • 2 years 8 months ago
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            Quote by sharkbate
            is anyone like me do you choose when to have a movie night you know the night where you just fancy sticking on a dvd


            Yah I know that night... until you turn on the lights and realize it was stick to something not meant for it. Damn women I tell you.
              • 2 years 8 months ago
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              Quote by sharkbate
              is anyone like me do you choose when to have a movie night you know the night where you just fancy sticking on a dvd


              Someday i hope to myself
              Hoping to explore pop culture from the 20th Century with you
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                • 2 years 7 months ago
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                With a 3 year old in the house, the only time I make for myself is a few hours on saturday and sunday nights. So picking the right thing to watch is crucial for enjoying my weekend. But sadly, a themed movie night or marathon hasn't been possible in a long time.
                  • 2 years 7 months ago
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                  Quote by yellow_submarine
                  With a 3 year old in the house, the only time I make for myself is a few hours on saturday and sunday nights. So picking the right thing to watch is crucial for enjoying my weekend. But sadly, a themed movie night or marathon hasn't been possible in a long time.


                  Yeah I’m kind of in the same boat so I know you feel; in addition sometimes my wife works on the weekends so that makes it even tougher.
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                    • 2 years 7 months ago
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                    Quote by bklynbren
                    Quote by yellow_submarine
                    With a 3 year old in the house, the only time I make for myself is a few hours on saturday and sunday nights. So picking the right thing to watch is crucial for enjoying my weekend. But sadly, a themed movie night or marathon hasn't been possible in a long time.


                    Yeah I’m kind of in the same boat so I know you feel; in addition sometimes my wife works on the weekends so that makes it even tougher.


                    Same here. I've been watching a lot of Netflix though, X-Files still holds up.
                      • 2 years 7 months ago
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                      Each week or so I do a Themed marathon Picking a format,and 4 movies, food that go with the movie. Last one was a Toho marathon from broadcast tv on dvdr. snacked on cheesy foods.Big problem lately is I am hooked on you tube, blip and the like.I think my attention span for movies is dwindling.
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