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DuracellEnergizer

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#1058964
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Last movie seen
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Rogue One (2016)

I absolutely loved it. If I have any major beef with the film, it’s that Saw’s character seems too bi-polar – a homicidal looney one minute, a sad, pitiful, but overall level-headed man the next – which I assume is an artifact of the reshoots.

9/10

Oh, and I’ve decided to downgrade my score for Home Alone 2 to 6/10.

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#1058904
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Last comic read
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Loved the artwork, but didn’t care much for the story. I didn’t hate the writing, but I’ve never been fond of “witches as Satanists” stories, so I couldn’t really enjoy it.

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#1058903
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Possessed said:

DuracellEnergizer said:

Possessed said:

Mocata said:

Possessed said:

DuracellEnergizer said:

  • Labyrinth (1986) – 9/10
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987) – 8/10
  • Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015) – 6/10
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) – 8/10
  • Home Alone (1990) – 7/10
  • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) – 6.5/10
    Okay

Eh I would swap the score for Misery with Raiders and I’m not a big John Hughes fan, but you know I think this is mostly fair.

I watched Slaughterhouse-Five, it’s a cool concept with plenty of interesting ideas despite a few overly comedic bits. There are comparisons with a recent release that is also good but saying more gives away too much. Another one for the list of great pre-Star Wars 70s scifi flicks.

I only quoted the films I found the scores to be strange on. Whether you liked TFA or not, rating it lower than home alone 2 is crazy

FWIW, I think the non-Starkiller parts of TFA are worthy of a 8/10. But I really, really don’t like the Starkiller Base; I can’t forgive the movie for that so I give it a 7/10.

Fixed.

And before all the people who claim we bully people who didn’t like TFA I’m joking.

Still reported.

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#1058897
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Last movie seen
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Possessed said:

Mocata said:

Possessed said:

DuracellEnergizer said:

  • Labyrinth (1986) – 9/10
  • A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors (1987) – 8/10
  • Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens (2015) – 6/10
  • Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (1984) – 8/10
  • Home Alone (1990) – 7/10
  • Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) – 6.5/10
    Okay

Eh I would swap the score for Misery with Raiders and I’m not a big John Hughes fan, but you know I think this is mostly fair.

I watched Slaughterhouse-Five, it’s a cool concept with plenty of interesting ideas despite a few overly comedic bits. There are comparisons with a recent release that is also good but saying more gives away too much. Another one for the list of great pre-Star Wars 70s scifi flicks.

I only quoted the films I found the scores to be strange on. Whether you liked TFA or not, rating it lower than home alone 2 is crazy

FWIW, I think the non-Starkiller parts of TFA are worthy of a 7/10. But I really, really don’t like the Starkiller Base; I can’t forgive the movie for that.

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#1058862
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Random Pictures and Gifs (now with winning!) [NSFW]
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ray_afraid said:

DuracellEnergizer said:

Would it be freakier to know that was only a small fraction of the cats I owned at the time that picture was taken?

“Freakier” isn’t the right word. And, just curious, how did you feed all of them with no income?

My family was still working and my sister wasn’t an alcoholic yet, so there was a bit more money to spread around.

The cats did go through large bags of cat food like crazy, though.

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#1058638
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Star Wars: A Lost Hope (The Final Episode in DuracellEnergizer's New PT Re-Write)
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I’ve finished making the Absolutely Final Revisions™ to The New Dawn. The single most major change: Zul doesn’t go nuclear. This means Pre Vizsla doesn’t get vaporized, which means he can return in Knight of the Empire.

I’ve now begun making the requisite changes to KOTE to bring Vizsla into the story. My plan is to involve him in Anakin’s search for Korriban. Depending on how generous the muse is to me, I may finish the revisions to KOTE sooner (within weeks) or later (a month or more), then I can get back to working on this screenplay again.

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#1058634
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Banned members
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I like Darth Solo and all, but I can’t help but find his current status amusing in light of this thread.

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