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    Default 10 Cloverfield Lane

    Just saw it. Was a trip.

    Good show.

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    It was a good movie. One thing that had me raise an eyebrow was his Aquaponic air filtration system. What I saw looked like a 50 Gal with a few small fish didn't make much real sense, but ignored it as "movie Logic."

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    please elaborate on your use of the word "Good" I don't like horror movies. Is this a horror movie?

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    It is not a horror movie alla Nightmare on Elm street. It is a suspense movie with maybe 5 minutes of any type of "scary" stuff. Said stuff being slightly if you consider ALIEN the movie or Predator to be horror, then even this movie barely classifies.

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    In this movie, it's all about the story twists, and a sense of mystery. Never being sure what's really going on. And when you think you know, the feeling that you might be wrong.
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    Last movie I saw at a theater was Dancing With Wolves......cost me about $6 bucks and the popcorn was $3 bucks for a big one.
    So I guess I'll just have to wait.
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    Thanks I can handle suspense, I hate Freddie and the Goalie mask guy kind of stuff.......Just too stupid to waste my time with.

    Hunter, I watch most of them at home so I can use the "Closed Caption" feature instead of asking Deb what they said. Although I have enjoyed seeing some of the new 3D tech stuff on a IMAX format!

    Again thank y'all for responding and for answering my question so well.

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    Closed caption is your friend. Voicemail to email is your friend. Text is your friend. Gotta luv technology.

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    Dances With Wolves. A movie worth paying for.
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    Actually was on one of the Dish Channels today....saw it listed while taking a break.

    That movie was from 1990....OMG......
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    Almost 4 hours, that's a lot of popcorn...

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    I loved it. Had to watch it w sister again. Might look to buy it later. So do y'all think he really planned to abduct her while the aliens just attacked?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter63 View Post
    Last movie I saw at a theater was Dancing With Wolves......cost me about $6 bucks and the popcorn was $3 bucks for a big one.
    So I guess I'll just have to wait.
    For me it was Hunt for Red October around 1990. The guy that played the red headed sonar tech on the U.S. sub lived across the street when I was in high school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chiggersngrits View Post
    For me it was Hunt for Red October around 1990. The guy that played the red headed sonar tech on the U.S. sub lived across the street when I was in high school.
    For me it was Titanic. My old man, his girlfriend at the time. Her kids who where eating as much boogers as popcorn, and the teenage punkrocker me. The most ankward 3(?) hours of my life. My heart will go on.
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    Without spoiling anything it turned out there was at least one thing he wasn't prepared for!

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    ...build a survival bunker, be sure to account for aliens too.
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    Line that bunker with aluminum foil. Presto. No aliens. Simple.

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    What if they eat aluminum foil??
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    They'll be busy eating and you can move on.

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    I love this movie

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