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richlevy 10-05-2005 08:36 PM

What DVD's are we Watching?
 
I just bought "Man of the House", "Kung Fu Hustle", and "XXX-State of the Union" used at BlockBuster.

Trying to decide what to watch first.

itsjulie 10-05-2005 09:40 PM

who was man of the house with? Think I saw that one....

Just got Sahara in from blockbuster.com....Mathew is nice, very nice. :p

Happy Monkey 10-05-2005 09:45 PM

Me:
Lost Season 1
The Wire Season 1
Six Feet Under Season 1
MI-5 Season 2

You:
Should definitely watch Kung Fu Hustle first.

Bullitt 10-05-2005 09:50 PM

Saw an Episode of Band of Brothers on the History channel last night.. inspired me to rewatch the whole series again.. yes I did pay $70 for the whole set.. worth every penny

elSicomoro 10-05-2005 10:27 PM

I bought the 10th anniversary edition of Mallrats last week...the most underrated and underappreciated Kevin Smith movie.

wolf 10-06-2005 12:03 AM

I have to get both MI-5 sets.

On the pile right now

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
The Trouble with Angels and Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows
Constantine
Sin City
The Wall (25th Anniversary Edition)
Koyannisqatsi and Powaqaatsi
Wiseguy: Between the Mob and a Hard Place
Rescue Me
Kung Fu: Second Season
Billy Jack

Tonchi 10-06-2005 02:37 AM

Every once in a while I force myself to watch Billy Jack on some late show, to "remember the times". I was living in New Mexico when this film was made, and even by the standards of the 1969-1971 timeframe this was one cheesy movie. I met the writer-director-producer-promoter-activist-ego of the film on several occasions at Diamond Jim's in Albuquerque while he was trying to get it finished. I can truly say that I never met anybody so full of himself in my life, he wore that self-righteous Native American/environmentalist/crusader theme out so completely that your eyes would glaze over while listening. He really wanted everybody to believe that the title character in the move WAS him. It never did fly far in Hollywood, Steven Segal did the act so much better and so did Chuck Norris. Don't know what ever happened to that guy, he never got any appreciation from Hollywood so he probably came back to New Mexico and made Billy Jack II through IV.

SteveDallas 10-06-2005 09:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sycamore
I bought the 10th anniversary edition of Mallrats last week...the most underrated and underappreciated Kevin Smith movie.

I'd agree with that. (Though I haven't seen the 10th, or Clerks X either.)

Currently from Netflix, I have Apollo 7: Shakedown Cruise, The Nightmare Before Christmas (which I never saw before, but we went to see Corpse Bride with some friends and I really liked it), and Three Smart Girls.

Speaking of DVDs, has anybody else checked out peerflix? In a nutshell, it's an organized DVD bartering system, so that you can send a movie to one person and get a credit which you can use to receive a movie from someone else. It sounded like a great idea, but I've got to say I'm not impressed so far. Maybe they just need more time to get organized? But I sent out my first two movies on Saturday. First, they have not sent me any more mailing envelopes, even though they should. Second, nobody has mailed me anything yet. Some stuff is harder to get, of course, but with 4 items on my list that I have enough credit for, all listed as "available" I'd expect some bites in 5 days.

Happy Monkey 10-06-2005 10:09 AM

I'm on Peerflix. They're prety good about sending new envelopes, but actually getting films can be slow. Plus, when I got the Wire, I'm pretty sure it's a Chinese bootleg.

But it's a lot cheaper than buying new ones, a monthly Netflix fee, or even renting - assuming you've already got some DVDs you're not planning to watch again.

perth 10-06-2005 11:12 AM

Currently:
Star Trek TNG Season 1
Simpsons Season 6
Dr. Strangelove
The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

On the Netflix list:
Taxi Driver
Donnie Darko
The Wicker Man

Elspode 10-06-2005 12:23 PM

I am currently discovering the joys of Stargate SG-1, Season 1.

warch 10-06-2005 03:29 PM

Curb Your Enthusiasm- hard to find on the shelf, but when we do.!....looking for end of season 3 and the recently released season 4

richlevy 10-06-2005 07:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by itsjulie
who was man of the house with? Think I saw that one....

Just got Sahara in from blockbuster.com....Mathew is nice, very nice. :p

Tommy Lee Jones playing a Fed protecting a group of cheerleaders. Probably not as good as "The Pacifier".

Kung Fu Hustle was good.

crossfire 10-15-2005 04:02 PM

the long kiss goodnight

Trilby 10-15-2005 04:13 PM

Conan O'Brien's Ten Anny Special
All You Need is Cash--the Rutles

wolf--where'd you find the Trouble with Angels? I'd kill to see that again!


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