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  • Awesome.  My work has blocked that site.  Reason?  "Tasteless."

    Thanks for telling me what is tasteful, IT department.  I'd be lost without you.

    "You can take your etiquette and shove it!" ~misscarolb
  • That site is awesome, and so, so true.
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  • The Twilight and Blindside made me lol
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  • Love.

    My favorite was the MJ one.
  • Bwaaaaaaaaaaaaaahahaha.  That's hilarious. 

    "You can take your etiquette and shove it!" ~misscarolb
  • This one is great; as much as I love HP, it's actually tasteful and funny.




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  • I really don't know what this one's about, is it Saw?



  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]Awesome.  My work has blocked that site.  Reason?  "Tasteless." Thanks for telling me what is tasteful, IT department.  I'd be lost without you.
    Posted by wadingmoose[/QUOTE]

    Oh, my company blocks gay and lesbian content. Reason? "Gay and Lesbian Content." Seriously. It's nauseating. I found this out when I was trying to find out more about the LA Pride parade.
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    And the Remember Me one? Oh my god "Watch this movie because Robert Pattinson gets hit by an airplane. And it's awesome." DED
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  • I saw this the other day.  So funny!

    I love the Indiana Jones one.
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  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]I really don't know what this one's about, is it Saw?
    Posted by laladypoet[/QUOTE]

    I thought it was "A Clockwork Orange."
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    I love the Harry Potter one and the Twlight Ones. And that stupid romantic movie one with RPatz. I'm showing it to my friend. She'll laugh.

    I also loved Milla Jojovich and the Matrix.
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  • I thought the clockwork orange movie poster looked like a dude shooting an arrow with an eyeball on it?
  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth... : I thought it was "A Clockwork Orange."
    Posted by GreenPepperBurger[/QUOTE]

    It's an indie-film called Primer:
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  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]And the Remember Me one? Oh my god "Watch this movie because Robert Pattinson gets hit by an airplane. And it's awesome." DED
    Posted by alixzafiris[/QUOTE]

    I had no interest in seeing this movie, but this makes me want to find the end on YouTube. And laugh.
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  • You're right, lalady. Now it's bothering me!
  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth... : I had no interest in seeing this movie, but this makes me want to find the end on YouTube. And laugh.
    Posted by msmerymac[/QUOTE]

    It's not actually funny, it's terribly heartbreaking and the acting isn't Twilight-ish at all. I don't know anybody that wasn't upset after watching it.
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  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth... : It's an indie-film called Primer:
    Posted by alixzafiris[/QUOTE]


    Oh yeah! I never saw that though. I remember it being nominated for Indie Spirit Awards though.
  • Yeah, this one Lala:




    I never noticed it was an eyeball.

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  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth... : Oh yeah! I never saw that though. I remember it being nominated for Indie Spirit Awards though.
    Posted by GreenPepperBurger[/QUOTE]

    I only knew that because it played at TIFF my last year in college. Never seen a more confusing movie in my life. I swear half of it wasn't in English.
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  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth... : It's not actually funny, it's terribly heartbreaking and the acting isn't Twilight-ish at all. I don't know anybody that wasn't upset after watching it.
    Posted by alixzafiris[/QUOTE]

    I just think Robert Pattinson is semi-ridiculous. Though I was watching Goblet of Fire the other day and by my observation it looks like he was actually washing his hair back then.

    I'm also NOT into Nicholas Sparks stuff at all. I do not get the big deal with the Notebook. I watched it once and was like, "meh."
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  • In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth... : I just think Robert Pattinson is semi-ridiculous. Though I was watching Goblet of Fire the other day and by my observation it looks like he was actually washing his hair back then. I'm also NOT into Nicholas Sparks stuff at all. I do not get the big deal with the Notebook. I watched it once and was like, "meh."
    Posted by msmerymac[/QUOTE]
    nicholas sparks' "a walk to remember'made me root for the cancer.
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    In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth...:
    [QUOTE]In Response to Re: if movie posters told the truth... : It's not actually funny, it's terribly heartbreaking and the acting isn't Twilight-ish at all. I don't know anybody that wasn't upset after watching it.
    Posted by alixzafiris[/QUOTE]

    I went to see Remember Me with my sister, we had no idea about the ending. When i saw him standing by the window, i knew immediately what building that was. My heart dropped. I watched that happen in person. I lost many friends. My hubby was a chef at Cantor Fitzgerald and lost all of his friends. i was angry, i felt blindsided. My sister was so shaken she couldnt drive home for a while. All the tween girls were crying for him but the adults were all just...i dont know. No one moved or made a noise until after the credits. It was like we got a birds eye view of what people mustve seen from the inside and it tore me up. I had nightmares, again, for weeks after it. I will never watch it again. (and he was so good in it!)
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  • Two trailers of movies I've been looking forward to were just released! I'm in heaven. "Howl" and "The Social Network." Squee.
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