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I'm going on 32, and whenever someone asks me how old I am I automatically start to say "Twenty-   " then I remember and I'm like aw, man.......but hey, 30 is the new 20, right?

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I'm going on 32, and whenever someone asks me how old I am I automatically start to say "Twenty-   " then I remember and I'm like aw, man.......but hey, 30 is the new 20, right?

 

LOL

 

I'm always amazed when I think about actors who were popular in the late 80s when I was in high school...Tom Cruise is FIFTY now. Patrick Swayze is not with us anymore. Ferris Bueller is FIFTY. Stallone and Schwartzenegger are pushing 70, and Clint Eastwood is EIGHTY TWO!! I watch movies from that time period, or see clips on youtube, and it's like "no way!!"  It really does seem like the time has flown by.   

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Just watched "Silent Hill"The first one, not the sequel in theaters now. 3/10 . Visually it has some interesting stuff, but apart from that is a very bad film. Otherwise good actors are appalling in this. Don't know if I have the courage to watch number 2.

 

Someone has watched Silent Hill 1 or 2?

post #11779 of 16100

Sherlock Holmes a game of shadow. Can somebody explain what I just saw?

post #11780 of 16100

They live - 8/10 A great movie showcasing greed and a political view from the 80's that is still very alive today...and the awesome one liners. Shot very well; the acting is cheesy but hey it's the 80's.

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LOL

I'm always amazed when I think about actors who were popular in the late 80s when I was in high school...Tom Cruise is FIFTY now. Patrick Swayze is not with us anymore. Ferris Bueller is FIFTY. Stallone and Schwartzenegger are pushing 70, and Clint Eastwood is EIGHTY TWO!! I watch movies from that time period, or see clips on youtube, and it's like "no way!!"  It really does seem like the time has flown by.   

I grew up watching movies like Terminator 2, Robocop (first R-rated movie I ever saw, I was like 8 lol) and Total Recall and now I'm seeing these movies being remade and it's total commercialized cash-in crap. But it's good to see films like Expendables 2 doing well in the theater. But my friend and I were talking about how Bruce Willis is doing more action films now in his 50's than he was doing even 10 or 15 years ago.

Edit: or maybe he's 60's now??
Edited by dxanex - 11/28/12 at 7:29pm
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Watched this like, 2 months ago. I was fairly convinced it was steampunk gay porn. (Nothing against such fare, if that's what trips your trigger.) That's my lasting impression of it, anyways.

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Sherlock Holmes a game of shadow. Can somebody explain what I just saw?

post #11783 of 16100

Legit.

 

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Watched this like, 2 months ago. I was fairly convinced it was steampunk gay porn. (Nothing against such fare, if that's what trips your trigger.) That's my lasting impression of it, anyways.

post #11784 of 16100
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I was fairly convinced it was steampunk gay porn.

I'm frightened, yet shamelessly intrigued that such a thing may possibly exist...

post #11785 of 16100

Oh, it exists.

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I'm frightened, yet shamelessly intrigued that such a thing may possibly exist...

post #11786 of 16100
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Oh, it exists.

Rule 34.
post #11787 of 16100

For anyone interested in a better Sherlock Holmes, take a look at the BBC Mini Series "Sherlock". The acting is top notch, they don't need to fake an accent, and its mind over mindless action.

And its based on, not influenced by the Sherlock Holmes stories.

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For anyone interested in a better Sherlock Holmes, take a look at the BBC Mini Series "Sherlock". The acting is top notch, they don't need to fake an accent, and its mind over mindless action.

And its based on, not influenced by the Sherlock Holmes stories.

 

BBC Sherlock remains my favorite adaptation to date. The American series, Elementary, is not that far behind though. I had my doubts initially - with Lucy Liu as Joan Watson and what not - but things actually worked out really well. In fact, Lucy ranks just next to Martin Freeman for my favorite Watson.

post #11789 of 16100

Not to mention Benedict Cumberbatch is probably the most suitable actor for 'Sherlock', because of his looks and demeanor.  

 

With Robert Downey Jr, Sherlock seems to behave like an intelligent buffoon, and I just can't get rid of 'Iron Man' repeating at the back of my head. 


Edited by proton007 - 11/28/12 at 10:00pm
post #11790 of 16100
The Downey Jr. Sherlocks are the worst of a very uneven franchise. The Cumberbachs are brilliant though, I can barely wait until 2014 for the third season.
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