iamtheddrman;1598160 said:LOL thanks for that.I watched Shooter this week. I really like that movie, with its nice mix of action and conspiracy. Mark Wahlberg is a good actor to me, though I think most people would probably disagree, haha
Ehfahq;1597776 said:You seem to chim in on everybodys movie. Id rather just put you on ignore so I can enjoy this thread.See you never again.
Ehfahq;1598370 said:Oh my bad. Im sorry I had an opinion about somebodys posts. It wont happen again.
iamtheddrman;1598417 said:I don't think he meant that you couldn't have an opinion. Just that if you have a negative opinion of someone or something, you could voice it more politely and constructively or just keep it to yourself.To anybody who has seen it, is Wall-E worth buying on Blu-ray? It looks cool, but I haven't seen it yet.
kazlam;1598629 said:all this talk about movies and DVDAF... i havent really kept up with my collection on there. ill have to check my movie stubs and discs when i get home. im sure theres more than a few i need to add.owned:http://kazlam.dvdaf.com/owned?rc=1have-seen:http://kazlam.dvdaf.com/have-seen?rc=1
culturedog;1598692 said:Damn you! You've got the Best Buy Planet Terror steelbook! I tried like hell to snag it, but it sold out near instantly. I managed to get the Death Proof one, but I really wanted to have 'em both side by side.Nice collection!
iamtheddrman;1598531 said:Also, I would find it hard to believe Wall-E beats out Iron Man for best movie of the year, but I'm a comic book movie junkie, lol
culturedog;1598692 said:Damn you! You've got the Best Buy Planet Terror steelbook!Nice collection!
Rock_Band_Over;1598748 said:Yes, if you own one and only BD, I think it should be Wall-E. I, too, had no interest in this movie when it originally came out because all I saw in the trailers was a depressing Earth, one robot and that robot going into space.
Rock_Band_Over;1598748 said:Iron Man is really good, too... Those would be the first two BD's I would get if I were starting my collection over today.
kazlam;1598773 said:thats exactly the reason why i was interested in it.i was thinking about getting the BD Wall-E, but i really wanted to watch it again & not have it sit on my shelf till i got a BD player. though i did have 12 DVD's before i had a way to watch them...
Rock_Band_Over;1598803 said:Ah... were you disappointed by 'everything else' that appeared in the movie then?
Rock_Band_Over;1598748 said:Iron Man is really good, too... as far as Blu-ray performance, Wall-E looks and sounds better (but it's animated so it probably has a huge advantage over live film). Get Both! Those would be the first two BD's I would get if I were starting my collection over today.
kazlam;1598773 said:thanks, im kind of a sucker for special editions/double dipping, depending on the movie. i also keep a binder with business card holders for my movie stubs. i have every one ive gone to see since Feb of '98. gotta love student tickets for $4.75
culturedog;1600623 said:Back to the 'last seen' movies, I saw Transporter 3 last night and thought it was much better than the last.