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    Quote Originally Posted by akbar View Post
    You would think it wasn't hard to follow but surprise surprise...
    Nothing surprises me anymore Akbar...not after modding here.

    *perticular = particular

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstar View Post
    Nothing surprises me anymore Akbar...not after modding here.

    *perticular = particular
    Anyone ever told you how anal you are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by akbar View Post
    Anyone ever told you how anal you are?
    Just my boyfriend lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstar View Post
    Just my boyfriend lol
    I figured.

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    Gone Baby Gone is one of the best films of the last 10 years.

    Under the right film Casey Affleck is class.

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    Gone Baby Gone is one of the best films of the last 10 years.

    Under the right film Casey Affleck is class.
    Yeah. You should watch Gerry starring Casey and Matt Damon sometime, however it's very much a marmite movie - you'll either love it or you'll hate it. You can probably guess why that is a couple of minutes into this scene:



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    Quote Originally Posted by supergoing View Post
    Yeah. You should watch Gerry starring Casey and Matt Damon sometime, however it's very much a marmite movie - you'll either love it or you'll hate it. You can probably guess why that is a couple of minutes into this scene:

    Oh I was meaning to see that film, I watched Elephant and found it so fascinating because there was a period where I learned about every School Shooting (Not because I wanted to emulate it, rather the curiousity of the students emotions about witnessing their classmates been shot etc) But anyways I heard that was part of Gus Van Sant's trilogy so it had my interest, I'll definetly watch it later.

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    Just watched Safe House and 21 Jump Street.

    Safe House had that normal feel to a conspiracy movie. Nothing truly stands out from the movie to me, other than the rooftop scene. I am glad I watched it and would watch it again for sure. The movie kept my interest very well... It's just not something I'd run to the store to buy.

    21 Jump was hilarious! I wasn't expecting much out of this movie, but it turned out with alot of funny moments. When Channing Tatum (spelling?) said "I love this science shit!" I was rolling. I could have lived without so much vulgarity from several characters, but I got past it for the most part. Maybe it's just my style of humor, but I thought the movie was great.

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    Good Will Hunting - 8.3/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by akbar View Post
    Oh I was meaning to see that film, I watched Elephant and found it so fascinating because there was a period where I learned about every School Shooting (Not because I wanted to emulate it, rather the curiousity of the students emotions about witnessing their classmates been shot etc) But anyways I heard that was part of Gus Van Sant's trilogy so it had my interest, I'll definetly watch it later.
    Please tell me more about this trilogy. Are these films connected by stories or just actors?

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