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01-17-2009, 11:20 PM
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This movie, the same with No Country for Old Men or Burn After Reading are character movies. The intent is to not necessarily follow a plot but to give a depiction of a life. Because of that, these movies dont always "end." Sometimes filmmakers do this because the viewer is intended to think about what happens afterward, how does the life continue and how does it end. Burn After Reading is a perfect example if you've seen it... the end is an "ending" however nothing comes to a complete close.


In short, there is no ending unless you want to create one for yourself!

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I used to like Metallica, but they've become oversaturated. None of it is their fault, but radio and music television completely went just over the top with Metallica for the longest of time and I just got sick of listening to the same thing over and over and over and over again. One can only listen to so many renditions of Unforgiven before it becomes sickening. One can only listen to so many 'experimental' Metallica albums before it becomes boring. I've heard Death Magnetic and I think this album was their one last chance at glory and if it didn't work, it would have been the end for Metallica. I think they'll squeeze out maybe two more albums at the most and then become a band like Slayer or KISS - tour every now and again and just play the stuff that people want to hear.

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They rule. You might want to check their Myspace out.

http://www.myspace.com/thegetupkids

there ya go Jules.

They have Youtube videos on their myspace.
They're decent. Not my type of music though.

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01-17-2009, 11:23 PM
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They rule. You might want to check their Myspace out.

http://www.myspace.com/thegetupkids

there ya go Jules.

They have Youtube videos on their myspace.
Thanks! I'll check it out.

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Yeah, Do it up. Hope you enjoy them.

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This movie, the same with No Country for Old Men or Burn After Reading are character movies. The intent is to not necessarily follow a plot but to give a depiction of a life. Because of that, these movies dont always "end." Sometimes filmmakers do this because the viewer is intended to think about what happens afterward, how does the life continue and how does it end. Burn After Reading is a perfect example if you've seen it... the end is an "ending" however nothing comes to a complete close.


In short, there is no ending unless you want to create one for yourself!
Yea well that sorta helps. Not completely, but definitely gives a direction. I still am thinking about it. It was really a great movie.

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01-17-2009, 11:52 PM
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I want a porn stache, unfortunatly, there is another playoff run, and i musnt shave until its over. needless to say i have a ridiculous beard going, and im incapable of a porn stash cuz my **** comes in patchy lmao.

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01-18-2009, 12:15 AM
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In all honesty I love it when people ***** about Metallica. Either you like it or you don't, if you don't like it don't listen. Besides, name a band that hasn't made at least some transition from the beginning to the end of their band's existence. Every band pushes themselves in a new direction.
I agree, unfortunatly I couldnt go, and it pisses me off. I love every album they made, except St Anger (yet I love a few songs off it.). Death Magnetic just plain rocked. It was throwback to their roots. The horrid production quality made it sound straight out of 1983. I loved that. I love Metallica.

Creeping Death is probally my favorite song, because I remember my mom playing Ride The Lightning constantly, and that song in particular, ALOT as a kid.

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I used to like Metallica, but they've become oversaturated. None of it is their fault, but radio and music television completely went just over the top with Metallica for the longest of time and I just got sick of listening to the same thing over and over and over and over again. One can only listen to so many renditions of Unforgiven before it becomes sickening. One can only listen to so many 'experimental' Metallica albums before it becomes boring. I've heard Death Magnetic and I think this album was their one last chance at glory and if it didn't work, it would have been the end for Metallica. I think they'll squeeze out maybe two more albums at the most and then become a band like Slayer or KISS - tour every now and again and just play the stuff that people want to hear.
slayer records and plays new material frequently...much more frequently than metallica ever has

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This movie, the same with No Country for Old Men or Burn After Reading are character movies. The intent is to not necessarily follow a plot but to give a depiction of a life.
Good way to put it, except I didn't think it shared that trait with no country for old men. No country for old men didn't 'just end', it ended controversially. Like the sopranos. It was badass and enjoyable (unless you're sensitive).

I thought No blood for oil was a generally bad movie. Maybe I was looking forward to liking it too much, after the trailer and after gangs of new york. I dunno. But it never made me care. And I could never shake the feeling that it was a commentary on current events. Because if it was, then it was disingenuous as all hell.

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This movie, the same with No Country for Old Men or Burn After Reading are character movies. The intent is to not necessarily follow a plot but to give a depiction of a life. Because of that, these movies dont always "end." Sometimes filmmakers do this because the viewer is intended to think about what happens afterward, how does the life continue and how does it end. Burn After Reading is a perfect example if you've seen it... the end is an "ending" however nothing comes to a complete close.


In short, there is no ending unless you want to create one for yourself!
Jesus ****ing Christ. What did we learn Palmer?

Palmer: I don't know, sir.

I don't ****in' know either. I guess we learned not to do it again. I'm ****ed if I know what we did.

Palmer: Yes sir, it's hard to say.

Jesus ****ing Christ.

*The End*

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Incredible movie.

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I was there last night. Sat in 217A.
That concert blew balls.

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01-18-2009, 08:19 AM
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That was a good flick.

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I was there last night. Sat in 217A.
That concert blew balls.
Normally having balls blown is a good thing.


...what is this world coming to???

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Some of my favorite staches:

Duane Allman:


Rollie Fingers:


Tom Selleck / Magnum PI:


David Cross / Tobias Funke:

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01-18-2009, 08:31 AM
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Those ******** got me kicked off of Napster in like 2000. F them.

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Yea that was a really good movie. So was No Country. But Burn After Reading was bad, that was a character movie that really did kinda need more of a plot.

However all of these movie fail in comparison to the Big Lebowski.

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Isaac from "The Love Boat" had a great stache.

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Isaac from "The Love Boat" had a great stache.
Good call.

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From last night (not my video)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fV2009XEILo

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My synopsis of last night's Metallica show was lost in the merger. Oh well, in short, it was freaking outstanding. The band and the crowd were at their best.

The set list

That was just your life
End of the line
Creeping Death
Ride the Lightning
One
Broken, Beat, and Scarred
Cyanide
Sad but True
The Unforgiven
All Nightmare Long
The Day that Never Comes
Master of Puppets
Blackened
Nothing Else Matters
Enter Sandman
Last Caress
Whiplash

The crowd sang happy birthday to James' 7 year old daughter - cool moment

Seek and Destroy

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01-18-2009, 10:29 AM
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My synopsis of last night's Metallica show was lost in the merger. Oh well, in short, it was freaking outstanding. The band and the crowd were at their best.

The set list

That was just your life
End of the line
Creeping Death
Ride the Lightning
One
Broken, Beat, and Scarred
Cyanide
Sad but True
The Unforgiven
All Nightmare Long
The Day that Never Comes
Master of Puppets
Blackened
Nothing Else Matters
Enter Sandman
Last Caress
Whiplash

The crowd sang happy birthday to James' 7 year old daughter - cool moment

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Pretty solid set list. Anytime they play anything off Ride The Lightning I get amped. Argue with me, ull never win, Lightning > Any other album, INCLUDING PUPPETS.

Kinda confused they didnt play Fade To Black or Am I Evil. I know Metallica changes the set list night to night, I guess Philly was getting those songs, but seeing Whiplash on that list made me wish I had tickets even more. As well as Blackened

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Pretty solid set list. Anytime they play anything off Ride The Lightning I get amped. Argue with me, ull never win, Lightning > Any other album, INCLUDING PUPPETS.

Kinda confused they didnt play Fade To Black or Am I Evil. I know Metallica changes the set list night to night, I guess Philly was getting those songs, but seeing Whiplash on that list made me wish I had tickets even more. As well as Blackened
I would've taken Damage, Inc or For Whom the Bell Tolls over the Unforgiven or Nothing Else Matters. But, it is cool that they are switching in and out a lot of material.

Whiplash did make the night for me.

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Thats a solid set list.

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Well i would almost guarantee that Alex Kovalev wins the Breakaway Challange this year. It will be voted on by texting.
http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=404616

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