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this movie actually reminded me of sucker punch a little bit...
Well damn. Guess now I have to scratch this one off the rental list too.
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Well damn. Guess now I have to scratch this one off the rental list too.
A wise choice.
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Well damn. Guess now I have to scratch this one off the rental list too.

Nah, Pacific Rim is well worth a rental. It is often funny and even moving once or twice. Its weakness is that some of its attempted comedy was anything but funny. Still, thanks to del Toro's skills, it looked and sounded great, and Charlie Hunnam and Idris Elba were terrific. 7 Stars out of 10.
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Nah, Pacific Rim is well worth a rental. It is often funny and even moving once or twice. Its weakness is that some of its attempted comedy was anything but funny. Still, thanks to del Toro's skills, it looked and sounded great, and Charlie Hunnam and Idris Elba were terrific. 7 Stars out of 10.
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Well damn. Guess now I have to scratch this one off the rental list too.


Don't do that! IF nothing else, you will love it from a HT/technical perspective. It's a total check your brain at the door flick, but it is one hell of a ride in the HT. cool.gif Hell, I've watched it 3 or 4 times now since getting the blu. Not sure if you like 3d or not, but probably my favorite 3d transfer overall of 2013 as well, but even if you just watch the 2d, it is great brainless fun when the mood strikes IMO.

At least give it a rent though when you are in the mood for some mindless fun that will give your A/V system a workout.
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You talked me into it.
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Don't do that! IF nothing else, you will love it from a HT/technical perspective. It's a total check your brain at the door flick, but it is one hell of a ride in the HT. cool.gif Hell, I've watched it 3 or 4 times now since getting the blu. Not sure if you like 3d or not, but probably my favorite 3d transfer overall of 2013 as well, but even if you just watch the 2d, it is great brainless fun when the mood strikes IMO.

At least give it a rent though when you are in the mood for some mindless fun that will give your A/V system a workout.

I agree a great mindless film which delivers great AV.
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Well lahdy freaking da, look who finally showed up to the party. smile.gif

Even though it is 16x9 aspect, I would put this on the short list of funnest, combined AV for 2013 presentations in the Cabo theater. biggrin.gif

Lol. I'd be late to my own funeral.biggrin.gif

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. The A/V is top notch. Throw in a few nekkid chicks and this is picture of the year, hands down. Just give Del Toro the Oscar now.
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Lol. I'd be late to my own funeral.biggrin.gif

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. The A/V is top notch. Throw in a few nekkid chicks and this is picture of the year, hands down. Just give Del Toro the Oscar now.
Hmmm, I guess Planet Wabo doesn't have much of a cineplex these days....
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Hmmm, I guess Planet Wabo doesn't have much of a cineplex these days....

Planet Wabo has the best cineplex in town. No rom coms, no artsy-fartsy crap. Just kick ass man movies! C'mon, Oink. Leave your panties at home.
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Planet Wabo has the best cineplex in town. No rom coms, no artsy-fartsy crap. Just kick ass man movies! C'mon, Oink. Leave your panties at home.

Lol smile.gif
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C'mon, Oink. Leave your panties at home.
That's a little ironic coming from someone with that new avatar....
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That's a little ironic coming from someone with that new avatar....

Giggety-goo.

Now we return Oink to his regularly scheduled Twilight marathon. Followed by an encore presentation of Mystic Pizza. biggrin.gif
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Giggety-goo.

Now we return Oink to his regularly scheduled Twilight marathon. Followed by an encore presentation of Mystic Pizza. biggrin.gif

Hey, easy there, man! I liked Mystic Pizza. There are a few chick flicks out there that are actually pretty good. Hell, I liked Fried Green Tomatoes too. The Twilight films, however, do not qualify. I read the first book and when I'd finished wondered why I had wasted my time on it. Obviously, then, haven't seen any of the Twilight films. I also wasted my time reading 50 Shades of Gray, so what does that say about my judgment. smile.gif More seriously, loud and dumb (think Pacific Rim) movies have an exponentially better chance of catching and holding my attention than 95 percent of all the chick flicks ever made.
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Giggety-goo.

Now we return Oink to his regularly scheduled Twilight marathon. Followed by an encore presentation of Mystic Pizza. biggrin.gif

I swear to Crom if he comes in here defending Twilight I'm blocking him. smile.gif
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Hey, easy there, man! I liked Mystic Pizza. There are a few chick flicks out there that are actually pretty good. Hell, I liked Fried Green Tomatoes too. The Twilight films, however, do not qualify. I read the first book and when I'd finished wondered why I had wasted my time on it. Obviously, then, haven't seen any of the Twilight films. I also wasted my time reading 50 Shades of Gray, so what does that say about my judgment. smile.gif More seriously, loud and dumb (think Pacific Rim) movies have an exponentially better chance of catching and holding my attention than 95 percent of all the chick flicks ever made.

Throw Admission on the keep pile. Paul Rudd does his very best to keep Tina Fey from killing this touching little story of an academic pulling her head out of her arse for the first time in her life. He's truly a gift to our age.
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Hey, easy there, man! I liked Mystic Pizza. There are a few chick flicks out there that are actually pretty good. Hell, I liked Fried Green Tomatoes too. The Twilight films, however, do not qualify. I read the first book and when I'd finished wondered why I had wasted my time on it. Obviously, then, haven't seen any of the Twilight films. I also wasted my time reading 50 Shades of Gray, so what does that say about my judgment. smile.gif More seriously, loud and dumb (think Pacific Rim) movies have an exponentially better chance of catching and holding my attention than 95 percent of all the chick flicks ever made.

Lol. I was sitting at lunch trying to come up with lame movies. All I could think of was Mystic Pizza.tongue.gif

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I swear to Crom if he comes in here defending Twilight I'm blocking him. smile.gif

I think you'll see a mass blocking on the order AVS has never seen before.

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Boys, bait me if you wish...but I ain't bitin'.
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Boys, bait me if you wish...but I ain't bitin'.

Wuss! tongue.gif

Have you been to the Thirsty Lion in Tanasbourne? Lots of craft beer and they have your, erroneous, sig written big as life over the bar.
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Have you been to the Thirsty Lion in Tanasbourne? Lots of craft beer and they have your, erroneous, sig written big as life over the bar.
OK, now THAT'S how to motivate a Porker!

No, I haven't been there, but you can bet the next time I'm thru I'll stop in.wink.gif
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Nah, Pacific Rim is well worth a rental. It is often funny and even moving once or twice. Its weakness is that some of its attempted comedy was anything but funny. Still, thanks to del Toro's skills, it looked and sounded great, and Charlie Hunnam and Idris Elba were terrific. 7 Stars out of 10.
I finally gave this one a rental last night via Vudu. We actually enjoyed it. I'm sure proper expectations helped (giant mechanical suits battling giant creatures...not going to be a best picture nominee), but it was quite entertaining. Audio was good (hard to judge sometimes on Vudu since it's streamed), but some of the dialog seemed violently ADR'd or something.
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