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03-04-2013, 04:24 PM
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Agreed. But those ones are supposed to be historically inaccurate (but really, who is to say that couldn't have happened) but Inglorious Basterds was similar. Both great movies. Can't wait for the third one of these to come out. Tarantino is excellent.
I love Tarantino. His movies are excellent.

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I love Tarantino. His movies are excellent.
I think of all his films, I like Pulp Fiction the best.
I loved how the stories intertwined, and how each chapter had its own theme.
It changed storytelling for me.

Reservoir Dogs is pretty good, but it was not as good as many people who recommend it said it was.
They made it sound like it was a revolutionary film, but I felt like he copied a lot of Asian films.
Tarantino himself admitted he copied and borrowed the plot largely from the Hong Kong film "City on Fire".

With his more recent films, they are entertaining, but they are more mainstream and more simplistic.
They lost that inventive spirit.
I like his films, but I missed the "Pulp Fiction" days.

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I've got some fish oil pills that I want to take... but they've been expired for about 6 months.................... Does it matter?

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I've got some fish oil pills that I want to take... but they've been expired for about 6 months.................... Does it matter?
Careful.
My buddy had an allergic reaction to expired fish oil pills.
It is best not to ingest expired items.

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I think of all his films, I like Pulp Fiction the best.
I loved how the stories intertwined, and how each chapter had its own theme.
It changed storytelling for me.

Reservoir Dogs is pretty good, but it was not as good as many people who recommend it said it was.
They made it sound like it was a revolutionary film, but I felt like he copied a lot of Asian films.
Tarantino himself admitted he copied and borrowed the plot largely from the Hong Kong film "City on Fire".

With his more recent films, they are entertaining, but they are more mainstream and more simplistic.
They lost that inventive spirit.
I like his films, but I missed the "Pulp Fiction" days.
Bruce Willis is one of my favourite actors. He was superb in Pulp Fiction.

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http://consumerist.com/2013/03/01/an...own-the-drain/

Wow, just crazy, does this give a new meaning to "Pour one out for my homies..."

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Wow, just crazy, does this give a new meaning to "Pour one out for my homies..."
I don't think I've ever cried that much reading an article before. The people responsible should be in jail for life.

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wow, just crazy, does this give a new meaning to "pour one out for my homies..."
those ****ers!!!!

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looking for a summer job..........hard to know where is the best place to find one?

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looking for a summer job..........hard to know where is the best place to find one?
What are you looking for?
Do you have a direction that you want to pursue?

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my bday in 3 mins ya buddy
Hey!
It's your birthday.

Congrats on being older...
But hopefully wiser.

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Watch the Colbert Report tonight.
He got the ambassador of Israel to the U.S. on the show, and he had some good jabs at James Franco.
Man...
The guy really is full of himself.

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Watch the Colbert Report tonight.
He got the ambassador of Israel to the U.S. on the show, and he had some good jabs at James Franco.
Man...
The guy really is full of himself.
I'm trying to figure out which guy of the three you mention is full of himself... and how you assess that from a satirical show.

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03-06-2013, 03:10 AM
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I'm trying to figure out which guy of the three you mention is full of himself... and how you assess that from a satirical show.
My bad.
James Franco is full of himself.
I assume I made the connection, because I put him last.
My fault.

I made that judgment based on things I have heard and seen.
His appearance did not help my impression of him.

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My bad.
James Franco is full of himself.
I assume I made the connection, because I put him last.
My fault.
He looked pretty stoned. Never got the impression that he's full of himself.

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He looked pretty stoned. Never got the impression that he's full of himself.
Just in case people had not seen the show:

Spoil:
When Colbert asked him if he is a renaissance man like the character he plays, he said yes.
I don't think he is joking.


You have to admit, he is a bit smug.
After that Oscar debacle, he blamed the writers and producer.
Problem was...
He was never at the rehearsals, and he deadpanned all his jokes.
At least Anne Hathaway tried.

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Happy Birthday!

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03-06-2013, 03:21 AM
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I did like tonight's Colbert Report.
It was really funny.

He did take a few jabs at Franco, and Franco did play along.
He was a pretty good guest.

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Happy Birthday, Bgav!

On a side note, my Kassian jersey came in today, and all I've done it cradle it, stare at it, hug it etc etc etc.

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**** I don't think I should be in school. I'm 99% sure I failed 4/5 exams. Idiot.

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