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Old 06-02-2020, 08:47 AM   #26721
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Just rewatched Man of Steel (2013) in 4K. 10/10.
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Old 06-02-2020, 07:47 PM   #26722
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The Long Riders (1980) 7/10. Probably my favorite Jesse James movie. Canít believe itís 40 years old. I probably hadnít seen it in 20 years.


I vividly remember that 'set up' at the end, 'Snyder style' lol

If I remember correctly the band is portrayed by brothers of at least two families of actors in real life.
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Old 06-04-2020, 12:34 PM   #26723
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Killer Clowns from Outer Space - There are 2 things that made me want to watch this movie: late 80's cheese at its absolute finest, and potential for hilarious death scenes (which didnt dissapoint - cotton candy coccoons, death by shadow puppets, melted into cream pies, just to name a few and the kill count was enormous) This movie definitely wont appeal to most people that is for sure, but if this is something you're into, I donk think you'll be dissapointed. It managed to be both fun and freaky, with some hilarious music and sets, very odd but in a highly entertaining way. DO NOT watch if you have a fear of clowns, you wont sleep for months - 6.5/10
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Old Yesterday, 01:03 PM   #26724
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I vividly remember that 'set up' at the end, 'Snyder style' lol

If I remember correctly the band is portrayed by brothers of at least two families of actors in real life.
Yeah, I always loved that movie, especially the cool aspect of having multiple actor/brothers in the roles. There ere at least four sets of brothers... Carradine (3), Keach, Quaid and Guest. The director, Walter Hill, has also long been one of my favorites (48 Hrs., The Driver, The Warriors, Southern Comfort, Streets of Fire, Trespass, Bullet in the Head, Extreme Prejudice, and so on) and excels in the action-adventure genre.
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Yeah, I always loved that movie, especially the cool aspect of having multiple actor/brothers in the roles. There ere at least four sets of brothers... Carradine (3), Keach, Quaid and Guest. The director, Walter Hill, has also long been one of my favorites (48 Hrs., The Driver, The Warriors, Southern Comfort, Streets of Fire, Trespass, Bullet in the Head, Extreme Prejudice, and so on) and excels in the action-adventure genre.
Love Streets of Fire, I should have included that one in my "underrated" list in the other thread
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