I just got finished watching Saving Private Ryan on blu-ray. I watched the whole thing like this: . I've seen the movie countless times over the past 12 years, including twice in the theater, but it's never looked this good.
Stone In Love - Journey
Rose of the Devil's Garden - Tiger Army
Don't Change - INXS
Highway Song - Blackfoot
Tonight She Comes - The Cars
I watched Iron Monkey. It was quirky.
☃ They tell me that you'll lose your mind when you get older. What they don't say is that you won't miss it very much. ☃
I watched Stanley, a 1972 grind house flick about a Vietnam vet that uses snakes as a form of revenge for those that wronged him. So it’s based on historical fact.
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Watched Tin Man, which is long as hell and may be a mini-series instead of a movie. Kind of a weird take the The Wizard of Oz, but I quite liked it. Alan Cummings was brilliant (he sort of stole the show to be honest) and Zooey Deschanel was adorable as always. Also the actress who played her sister was hawt. Overall I would rate it: would watch again, although I'm not sure when since it requires 4.5 hours of time to get through it.
Tin Man was a mini series event that was on Sci-Fi, 1 or 2 years ago.
Saw the reboot of Nightmare on Elm St. I liked it. Jackie Earle Haley did a real good job with the role of Freddy Kreuger. He was darker and angrier than Robert Englund in the 1st Nightmare. The kill scenes were pretty verbatim though which saddened me just a bit.
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Watched Raising Arizona, didn't really think much of it.
I saw the reboot nightmare on elm street. Didn't like it. Jackie did a good job. The other cast put me to sleep. Nothing beats an original. Heard there already planning a second one in can you guess........ 3D!!! BOO