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Fri Sep 24, 2010 11:32 am

Wife and 2 little kids. I spend all my free non-family time drinking beer with my buddies. My wife dosn't like to go to the movies, so I don't go anymore... God that's sad. I need to do something about that.
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 11:33 am

tb252803 wrote:I have the original sitting on my computer ready to watch, but the girlfriend doesnt like "scary" movies so I will have to find some time to watch it before seeing the new one with some buddies.

this is not a scary movie at all, my wife is the same way and she enjoyed it
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 11:35 am

srdzevon wrote:Wife and 2 little kids. I spend all my free non-family time drinking beer with my buddies. My wife dosn't like to go to the movies, so I don't go anymore... God that's sad. I need to do something about that.
Pretty much the same situation for me. I take the kids to the likes of Toy Story 3 and such. Luckily my office is across the street from a movie theater and I've been known to "disappear" for a couple hours on Friday afternoons...
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 11:42 am

The XXX Theatre
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 11:51 am

srdzevon wrote:Wife and 2 little kids. I spend all my free non-family time drinking beer with my buddies. My wife dosn't like to go to the movies, so I don't go anymore... God that's sad. I need to do something about that.
I still haven't seen Avatar...but I have seen Toy Story 3.
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 12:12 pm

morecoffee wrote: I still haven't seen Avatar...but I have seen Toy Story 3.
Your avatar reminded me that I'd love to see Tyler Stout tackle a Wes Anderson movie... since T is best with ensemble posters pretty much any of his films would work. A Life Aquatic by Stout :drool:
My conjecturing probably belongs in that other "What Movie Would you Like to See Tyler..." thread, but seeing Bill Murray peering through a porthole is what made me think of it.
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 12:32 pm

daviddelgadoh wrote:
morecoffee wrote: I still haven't seen Avatar...but I have seen Toy Story 3.
Your avatar reminded me that I'd love to see Tyler Stout tackle a Wes Anderson movie... since T is best with ensemble posters pretty much any of his films would work. A Life Aquatic by Stout :drool:
My conjecturing probably belongs in that other "What Movie Would you Like to See Tyler..." thread, but seeing Bill Murray peering through a porthole is what made me think of it.
I agree. That would be awesome, seriously. :)
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 12:55 pm

guryter wrote:I can't go to the movies because of seat kickers, chicken finger eaters, cell phone talkers, and the groups of 10-20 talkers.

I'm 6'3" and my legs never hit the seat in front of me. Learn to control your legs, or I'll gladly break them and hand them to you in a backpack.
Do you have over 18 screenings (wherever it is you are) for whatever rating the film is ? That tends to cut out at least half of those problems .
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 1:20 pm

schmoff wrote:the trailer for the US version does look great
Trailers are ALWAYS better than the movie itself
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 1:28 pm

I used to pay a couple bucks more to goto the "directors screenings" I think they were called that had bigger chairs and more legroom and all that. Found most younger kids didnt want to pay the extra bucks so usually it would be pretty quiet in there for movies.
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 1:52 pm

Nah stingers, not that I'm aware of.
tb252803 wrote:I used to pay a couple bucks more to goto the "directors screenings" I think they were called that had bigger chairs and more legroom and all that. Found most younger kids didnt want to pay the extra bucks so usually it would be pretty quiet in there for movies.
Yeah there's at least one place that I know of with the directors hall, but I havent checked it out.

I just felt like bitching. There's nothing worse than being so into a movie to be rudely shocked back to real life by a foot to the back of my chair. Or those people that use the top of your chair for leverage to get out of theirs?

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Fri Sep 24, 2010 2:10 pm

tb252803 wrote:
Mapman wrote:Something came up (x-ray costs if you really need to know), and I need to cancel my bounty hunter order, I tried sending a request via the contact form, but haven't heard back yet. Should I just be patient or try and contact Justin directly, and if so, anyone have his email address that they can PM me?

Thanks
store@mondotees.com is the email address I got a response from when i messaged them last night about not getting my wave 2 order form. If you submitted it through the website they should get back to you. They have always been pretty quick for me, I can imagine they are really busy though with FF going on right now.

Hopefully you hear back soon.
No responses yet, I sent him an email directly (got it off twitter) and added to my original request via the mondo page. I'm hoping someone addresses this soon!
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Fri Sep 24, 2010 2:23 pm

rmoore wrote:
charter wrote:The XXX Theatre
Nah, I have the internet.
There used to be a place in Hollywood FL called the Come Buck-it (dollar shows), during one owner's stint. It always seemed to have alot of cars out front. Defintely pre-internet.

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Fri Sep 24, 2010 2:31 pm

edderlyj wrote:
rmoore wrote:
charter wrote:The XXX Theatre
Nah, I have the internet.
There used to be a place in Hollywood FL called the Come Buck-it (dollar shows), during one owner's stint. It always seemed to have alot of cars out front. Defintely pre-internet.

Carry on.
Only an idiot pays for porn these days...that is SO 1999...
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