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    I revisited Jurassic Park on blu-ray. One of my all-time favorite movies. The CG dinos created in 1993 still hold up quite well to this day better than any CG dino created after this film, and the digital creatures continue to seamlessly blend in with their animatronic counterparts. "So if it's so seamless, then how can you tell the difference, Herr Überführer?" you may ask. "Well, it's very simple," I'd reply. It's much more efficient to use animatronics in close-up shots and CGI in wider shots, so really it's just common sense.

    I also watched Captain America: The First Avenger, and in what could've easily been the corniest Marvel adaptation -- even cornier than Spider-Man -- a lot of those temptations were successfully dodged, and I enjoyed the film quite well. I was also glad that it wasn't a shameless ad for the upcoming Avengers movie until the final scene before the credits. But goddammit, lose those in-your-face 3D shots that make even a 2D movie more distracting than it needs to be.

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    Watched The Room with the accompanying Rifftrax. It's been called the Citizen Kane of terrible movies, and I believe it lives up to that reputation. Part bad softcore porn and part highschool play, with too many laughable moments to mention. OH HAI MARK! Highly recommend, but only with the Rifftrax.
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    i just finished watching three part documentary
    on atoms by the bbc with jock. it was fantastic.
    the pollen experiment is my favourite! so cute,
    wiggle wiggle.

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    part 2:


    part 3:
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
    h.l. mencken

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    Watched Raiders of the Lost Ark yesterday. Same deal as Chinatown: not my genre of choice, but a very good example of the genre's appeal, so to speak.
    Tentative typing: ISFJ 6w5 or 9w1 (Sp/S[?]).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    Watched The Room with the accompanying Rifftrax. It's been called the Citizen Kane of terrible movies, and I believe it lives up to that reputation. Part bad softcore porn and part highschool play, with too many laughable moments to mention. OH HAI MARK! Highly recommend, but only with the Rifftrax.

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    Started watching Game of Thrones. So far I am impressed.

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    Watching Jekyll, Being Human, and Breaking Bad. Jekyll is amazing btw
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    1930's version of the invisible man-not sure if it was intentionally hilarious or not but i still loved it either way. It was a really good movie you couldn't really predict the ending
    Perfectly robust chickens
    Run laps a lot
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    Leap over fences
    Cock is a word for rooster
    Hen is a type of chicken?
    Kit kats are good
    Nice chickens don't belong in the
    Zoo
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    Watched 'Working Girls', it's one of those '80's climb to the top of Wall Street movies. It's an interesting watch when I've got 99%s camped out 3 blocks away. Maybe I'll hit Risky Business next.

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    The 2004 movie Renegade with Vincent Cassel. Mind bending.

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