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    X-men
    Going to see X-MEN 3 tonight at a very cool theater in Los Angeles "The Grove" - I'm so jazzed I can't stand the wait! X-MEN ROCKS!!!

    I'll post tomorrow to let you all know if it's as good as X 1 & 2.

    Anyone else seen it already? Don't spoil it but ... was it awesome? I've heard it's really good. I feel like a teenager going to her first rock concert ... maybe I need to get a life huh? LOL
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    Haven't seen it yet, but I really want to. It looks like it'll blow the other two away.

    I'm still trying to get someone to go and watch The Omen with me...

    Can't wait to hear the review..
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    I saw it within hours of opening, and did not like it. It was "okay", but not as good as the first two. Of course, without giving anything away, I can't give details why I didn't like it exactly.

    Let's not mention the inconsistencies in the movie as well. The final battle when the bridge sets down (you'll understand when you see it) it's daylight outside. A few seconds later, the final battle, it's night time. I know California is weird but I doubt that it gets dark THAT quickly.

    And there were a few other things... IMHO worth renting, not sure it was worth the money and at the theatre.

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    I enjoyed the movie as an entertainment experience, but that's it. It wasn't thought provoking or anything like that. I liked it as much as 1 and 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Nunez
    I enjoyed the movie as an entertainment experience, but that's it. It wasn't thought provoking or anything like that. I liked it as much as 1 and 2.
    This one's a special effects frenzy mostly so thinking's not a requirement. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rexanne
    This one's a special effects frenzy mostly so thinking's not a requirement. :-)
    The special effects weren't all that great either. They were pretty average for this type of movie

    None of them are thought provoking and pretty much for sheer enjoyment, but any lover of X-Men (the series itself) isn't going to like this movie all that much due to... well that would be spoliers can't say.

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    I thought it was as good as 1 and 2. Some good twists.

    There is a clip after the credits, credits seem to "roll" for ever and you can probably find that clip online by now but its nothing great, just opens the door for a sequal, though I hear they are making a Wolverine movie and possibly a Magneto movie instead of a sequal.

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    Yea, the Magneto movie is supposed to be a prequel. The Wolverine movie is a pretty much go as well, but uncertain whether it's gonna be a prequel as well or the timeline after this one.

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    I heard it was good and there is a San Francisco scene that needs to be enjoyed in the theatre cause it won't have the same impact on a TV. Maybe I will go see it this weekend... if I can find a movie theatre.... oh wait, where I'll be there *IS* a movie theatre.... lol. Off to check the schedule....
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    I've seen it twice.

    Waaaaaay cool movie!

    Wait 'till you see what they do to the Golden gate Bridge!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Billy Kay
    I've seen it twice.

    Waaaaaay cool movie!

    Wait 'till you see what they do to the Golden gate Bridge!
    YOU sat through a movie TWICE??? omg, must be great!!!!!

    **ducks and runs**
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    Glutton for punishment I tell ya.

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    I have a kid!

    Also saw Over the Hedge twice!! Funny as balls! Are we allowed to say that???

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    I saw over the hedge too, pretty funny. Having kids gives you an excuse to go see movies like Over the Hedge

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    Quote Originally Posted by dflsports
    I saw over the hedge too, pretty funny. Having kids gives you an excuse to go see movies like Over the Hedge
    This is so true.

    Now time to see Cars.

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    oooooo I want to see Cars.... maybe I can see THAT one this weekend....

    (I haven't gone to a theatre in a *really* long time.... )

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    Occasionally, ONCE in a great blue moon... my wife and I get away and go to the theatre and spend time to see about 3 in a row just to catch up.

    Then the following year...

    The cartoons and kids movies are left up to me to take them as she isn't a great lover of those types of movies. Fine by me. More Icee and for me.

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    OMG!!! X 3 is AWESOME!! I loved it! I hated the ending but the little scene after the credits (I knew about it so I stayed) was a nice lil' twister and I'm way looking forward to X4!!

    The Golden Gate bridge never rocked so hard. ;-)

    I know nothing of X-men other than the first and second movies so this one was just as killer for me. Hugh Jackman is such a babe :-) - I hated the end scene with Wolverine and Jean .. WTF?!! And Magnito was always my fave - poor old guy. :-) I SO hated the "vials" and what they represented- grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    Wing boy was really cool!! I just read a book about winged kids - can't remember the title but it was a good read. It had nothing to do with X-men but the winged kid reminded me of it. I loved the new mutants they introduced - 7 man?!! How cool was that?!

    I'm still way high from the X ride ... gonna chill out and try to get to sleep. It's a school night. UGH. Summer vacation never comes soon enough. :-)
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    I'm going this weekend to see it. I have been hyped about it all year, I hope it lives up to it's expectations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrustNo1
    Hmmmmmmmmmmm kinky possibilities LOL
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    Great, now I'm torn between the two movies.. May make Sat. a movie watching day..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan@MB
    I'm going this weekend to see it. I have been hyped about it all year, I hope it lives up to it's expectations.
    It's really good - a lot of shockers. Just pay attention to everything and remember to stay after the credits (helluva set up to X4). I had to ask my date what that last little scene was all about because I wasn't paying enough attention in the beginning. It's very cool. :-)
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    I'm still way high from the X ride ... gonna chill out and try to get to sleep. It's a school night. UGH. Summer vacation never comes soon enough. :-)
    Move to Veags Rex!

    At 11:30 am today (it's a 1/2 day) - school's over

    I'm in need of a babysitter- FOR TWO MONTHS

    (PS: I see my old hometown of Newhall is on CNN again today)

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    Yea, that old man playing chess is really cool.

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