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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybertox View Post
    I dont understand why 48 fps and not 60 or even 30 which are pretty much the standards.
    It's very easy to transfer 48fps to 24fps for most screens and for DVD/Blu-ray. (drop every other frame.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cybertox View Post
    I dont understand why 48 fps and not 60 or even 30 which are pretty much the standards.
    30/60 aren't the standards in the film industry.

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    Predator the first one, 8/10

    It gets two marks down, because ever since I seen the
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    Quote Originally Posted by HellsJester View Post
    The Hobbit - 9/10
    I know i said i was gonna wait until i saw both 3D/HFR and 2D versions before reviewing but i saw the 3D/HFR version and holy $#@! was that amazing visually! Gollum was so lifelike with his animations at 48fps. Where i noticed it the most was definitely the flowing water. If 48fps is the future of films i am all for it. Best scene with the combination of the 3D and 48fps was at the end (spoiler below)

    Couldn't agree more. Saw The Hobbit on release day and absloutely loved it. Very, very well done.

    I'd give it a 9/10 as well.

    Looking forward to the next installment.
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    Watched The Campaign.

    Enjoyed it 8/10

    I was drunk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mynd View Post
    Watched The Campaign.

    Enjoyed it 8/10

    I was drunk.
    The drinking was probably a good shout, I thought it was an OK film but Anchorman is classic after a few beers.

    Last film I saw was 21 Jump Street, I would give it an 8/10.

    I like how they switched the roles up and Korean Jesus was genius!



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    Jack reacher - 8/10

    Enjoyable movie, a straight forward plot with a little twist that was expected.




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    While I'm on the fence about HFR, I don't think it gels that well with 3D. Somewhere between CGI, HFR, and 3D, something is usually sticking out.

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    Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome: 6.5/10

    It was really good in the first act, I loved the way they set up the story, and Tina Turner is a damn fine and sexy villain. However, as soon as it progressed to the 2nd act, it got boring. I understand it's the 80's, and there's lots of adventure movies with kids, but do we really need a kids storyline in a world like Mad Max?

    I thought it was slowing things down for me watching. And even by the third act, the last battle started off good but ended crappy. I liked the ending, that was ok I guess. But it doesn't come close to The Road Warrior (Mad Max 2). But I will say this, the production design and musical score really give these movies its own style. This is like a sub-genre of post-apocalyptic film, I love it. I can't wait to see Fury Road, which stars Tom Hardy as Mad Max, and it's directed by George Miller, so you can't go wrong with that.



    Jack Reacher: 8/10

    That was a fun movie and it surprised me in many ways because I was expecting it to suck. I love the start of the movie because it reminded me of the airport level in Modern Warfare 2. That was a nice touch, really great cinematography there. I haven't read the books, but it seems people on the IMDB boards say Cruise owned the role and this take on Jack Reacher was actually good for the big screen. Now, I want to read the book.


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    Casa De Padre 7/10 funny spoof on latin novelas which are soap opera's

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    Premium Rush 6/10 By no means a great movie but the bike scenes were fun to watch. Also a fan of Jason Gordon-Levitt, gotta check out Looper one of these days.

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    Life of Pi: 9/10

    I haven't seen all of the top-rated movies, but this is my favorite of the year. Aesthetically it is so damn beautiful and the 3D complements it really well. This is the second movie in a row where I've been impressed with the 3D. It's accompanied with a simple, yet well-crafted story as well. This is definitely one of the films that should be seen in the cinemas.

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    Paradise lost 0/10

    It's $#@! awful, I mean I would not wish this on my worsed enemy
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    The Goonies: 7/10

    Fun childhood classic, but gets quite annoying with child actors constantly screaming throughout the entire movie. And Sloth isn't really explained too well, other than his mom dropped him twice as a kid, he ended up in the Brooklyn Zoo, but honestly, you can't be that $#@!ing deformed from being dropped twice, unless you were a genetic mutation in a lab that went horribly wrong...or from Chernobyl.

    Also, you could sometimes see Andy's panties. I bet the Donner liked that.


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    Ummmm, The Goonies is the greatest movie ever made!!!!

    Paranormal Activity 4 = 7/10

    Enjoyed the movie up until the end.

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    Confessions- North Korea film
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    It was so cool and dark, that's what I like
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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
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    It was so cool and dark, that's what I like
    Hello!! It's Japanese! Big difference!




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    Jack Reacher: 8/10

    Kinda silly, but I enjoyed it. And I couldn't stop staring at Rosamund Pike's boobies.

    Quote Originally Posted by brebaz View Post
    Hello!! It's Japanese! Big difference!
    My thoughts exactly... haha.
    "The biggest adversary in our life is ourselves. We are what we are, in a sense, because of the dominating thoughts we allow to gather in our head. All concepts of self-improvement, all actions and paths we take, relate solely to our abstract image of ourselves. Life is limited only by how we really see ourselves and feel about our being. A great deal of pure self-knowledge and inner understanding allows us to lay an all-important foundation for the structure of our life from which we can perceive and take the right avenues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brebaz View Post
    Hello!! It's Japanese! Big difference!
    Sorry, it read Korean on my information link mate. My bad

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    Here is my review of Peter Ramsey's Rise of the Guardians.

    Here is my review of Robert Zemeckis's Flight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by claud3 View Post
    Sorry, it read Korean on my information link mate. My bad

    We are still part of the potato famine
    Be glad that no Japanese so this




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    Quote Originally Posted by brebaz View Post
    Hello!! It's Japanese! Big difference!
    Its all Greek to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brebaz View Post
    Be glad that no Japanese so this
    I'm offended...Just kidding

    Was just watching Home Alone 2: Lost in New York
    8/10 for a classic

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreDayDetox View Post
    The Goonies: 7/10

    Fun childhood classic, but gets quite annoying with child actors constantly screaming throughout the entire movie. And Sloth isn't really explained too well, other than his mom dropped him twice as a kid, he ended up in the Brooklyn Zoo, but honestly, you can't be that $#@!ing deformed from being dropped twice, unless you were a genetic mutation in a lab that went horribly wrong...or from Chernobyl.

    Also, you could sometimes see Andy's panties. I bet the Donner liked that.
    You are only allowed to rate The Goonies if you saw it before you were 12 years old. Older people just dont get it and their reviews are invalid.





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    Quote Originally Posted by HellsJester View Post
    You are only allowed to rate The Goonies if you saw it before you were 12 years old. Older people just dont get it and their reviews are invalid.
    Hence the first three words in my first sentence. I saw it on the old TBS channel when they were playing it back to back with Hook.


    And what would old people not understand about the Goonies? They saw it when it came out. Their reviews are more valid than ours combined.
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