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Kick-Ass is a great movie and Chloe Grace Moretz who played Hit Girl is great in every movie she is in I think she is going to be a big star.

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For everyone who loved Kick-Ass, totally check out the comic. It's different enough from the movie to warrant reading yet similar enough to where you'll most likely love it. Also you'll be glad to hear that a Hit-Girl spin off series has been announced to be in the works. :D

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Wow, "The Injury" (Season 2: Episode 12) was just plain brilliant. I believe B. J. Novak stated it was his all-time favorite episode as well.

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Lol better buy a strong pair of nostalgia glasses for those, though. Especially Spy Kids 3D. There's like this ultimate hero guy then he drops a door on himself and dies or something, lol. Gotta love that one.

lol, I used to love Spy Kids when it first came out. The second one was decent and the third was just horrible, though.

Kick-Ass is a good movie. I didn't think it was amazing, as some people did, but I also wasn't disgusted as others were. I mean, really? "oh, noes, a little girl is using adult language and killing people!" It's a freaking movie.

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Watched the Iron man Extremis "motion comic" on there and liked it.

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266. Posted:

The Dick Van Dyke show.

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267. Posted:

Dude high five. That was the first show on instant my mom and I watched through together. Good times.

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268. Posted:

Salt is an amazing movie. I can't believe I never saw it when it was in theatres.

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grenworthshero wrote:

Pandalicious wrote:

Lol better buy a strong pair of nostalgia glasses for those, though. Especially Spy Kids 3D. There's like this ultimate hero guy then he drops a door on himself and dies or something, lol. Gotta love that one.

lol, I used to love Spy Kids when it first came out. The second one was decent and the third was just horrible, though.

Kick-Ass is a good movie. I didn't think it was amazing, as some people did, but I also wasn't disgusted as others were. I mean, really? "oh, noes, a little girl is using adult language and killing people!" It's a freaking movie.

And nobody really knows that at school, most kids are dropping even worse language.

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grenworthshero wrote:

Pandalicious wrote:

Lol better buy a strong pair of nostalgia glasses for those, though. Especially Spy Kids 3D. There's like this ultimate hero guy then he drops a door on himself and dies or something, lol. Gotta love that one.

lol, I used to love Spy Kids when it first came out. The second one was decent and the third was just horrible, though.

Kick-Ass is a good movie. I didn't think it was amazing, as some people did, but I also wasn't disgusted as others were. I mean, really? "oh, noes, a little girl is using adult language and killing people!" It's a freaking movie.

And nobody really knows that at school, most kids are dropping even worse language.

Too true. It's amazing how ignorant people become once they leave adolescence. They were all doing the same when they were in school.

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Dude high five. That was the first show on instant my mom and I watched through together. Good times.

If you're talking about Dick Van Dyke then I will high five you back :) Funny show, one of the best.

Andy Griffith is on streaming too, just added it to my queue :) Now all streaming needs is I Love Lucy, the greatest sitcom ever, IMO. I already have the complete collection of that, but it would be cool for the youngsters out there to get to watch it. I don't see it on tv anymore.

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Anyone who loves film noir should check out The Third Man. One of the all-time greats, and it's instant streaming :)

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Just started watching Jekyll. HIGHLY recommended.

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Anime fans should check out Eden of the East. I'd heard of it a lot, but I never really checked it out until a couple days ago, and I watched almost the entire series in one night (I would have watched the whole thing, but I had to work in two hours, so I went to bed)

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275. Posted:

Centurion. Good film, but just a warning. It is very violent. Like Gladiator violent. Still a good film though.

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276. Posted:

grenworthshero wrote:

Too true. It's amazing how ignorant people become once they leave adolescence. They were all doing the same when they were in school.

Speaking as someone who has left adolescence, I neither became more ignorant or used foul language when at school. :)

I've been watching The Stand (based on the Stephen King book). I never managed to catch the first episode when it was on tv, so I'm glad to finally be able to see how the story begins. Hopefully I'll get to episode 3 tonight. I can't wait to watch The Langoliers next.

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277. Posted:

The Pixar Story is a really cool Pixar documentary. Really good.

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278. Posted:

grenworthshero wrote:

Too true. It's amazing how ignorant people become once they leave adolescence. They were all doing the same when they were in school.

speaking as an adult who hasn't been paying much attention to the conversation at hand — just like those adolescent years themselves, learning how to cuss is a horribly awkward phase, and it takes time to grind the rough edges away. everyone knows that kids cuss in school, but just because we lived through it too doesn't necessarily mean we feel like reliving the experience in the name of entertainment. 'shock value' is a cheap way to add humor anyway, and the problem is that said humor won't fly with everyone — you win some, you lose some. it's no big deal :3

that said, have i recommended Stargate: SG-1 or Atlantis yet? because they're both amazing and i love them to bits. idk why i didn't watch them when they were on TV (probably work schedule conflicts), but they've got both entire series-es (and the movies iirc) up on Netflix. if you're in the mood to sink to your ears in good sci-fi times, definitely give it a shot.

Stargate: Universe, though... can't recommend it, really. they strayed from the format of the show's previous incarnations and went for a more realistic, gritty feel. i was disappointed :(

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279. Posted:

Magi wrote:

grenworthshero wrote:

Too true. It's amazing how ignorant people become once they leave adolescence. They were all doing the same when they were in school.

Speaking as someone who has left adolescence, I neither became more ignorant or used foul language when at school. :)

I've been watching The Stand (based on the Stephen King book). I never managed to catch the first episode when it was on tv, so I'm glad to finally be able to see how the story begins. Hopefully I'll get to episode 3 tonight. I can't wait to watch The Langoliers next.

The Stand is indeed good. A lot will say the book is better! The movie is still great though as is The Langoliers. Hope you enjoy.

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280. Posted:

....Gah, running out of cartoon TV shows to watch...lol. Anybody know any? I've already seen...
Shin Chan
Futurama
American Dad (I have Family Guy DVDs, lol)
Ren and Stimpy

Debating on what to watch next...kinda sucks that some of my favorite cartoons aren't on Netflix yet. (the instant thing anyways)

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