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  1. Quote Originally Posted by A Robot Bit Me View Post
    This movie sssssssucks.
    Get the F out of here. You just don't understand the Muncie lifestyle.

    I have about 100 items in my queue and I'm definitely not going to type them all out, but here some of the ones that I ended up liking that I hadn't seen before.

    Bigger, Stronger, Faster.
    Friday Night Lights Season 1 (season 2 was BLECH)
    Planet B-Boy
    Cashback
    Helvetica
    Festival Express
    Them
    Kontroll
    The Weather Underground
    Transsiberian
    Postal
    Empire of the Sun
    Steep
    Persepolis
    Man on Wire
    Postal

    These are ones I had seen but I added anyways because they ruled:
    City of Men
    Motorcycle Diaries
    King of Kong
    Gone Baby Gone
    Flaming Lips: Fearless Freaks
    Teeth
    Boiler Room
    Last edited by Brand X; 29 Jan 2009 at 06:21 PM.
    Quote Originally Posted by BerringerX
    I am pretty sure one of the reasons Jesus died is so we could enjoy delicious chicken and waffle fries seven days a week.
    Eat a bag of dicks.

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    lol teeth lol
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by stormy View Post
    I wanted to give Woody Allen a shot. I've never seen any of his movies. Someone tell me which ones on the WI are funny.
    Sleeper is very funny. Take the Money and Run is very funny. Bananas is pretty funny. Annie Hall is the best romantic comedy ever made. Radio Days is funny, but more a nostalgic look at New York and, well, radio.

    These are probably the only Woody Allen movies I'd recommend to a non-fan or someone who wants to give Woody Allen a try and needs a place to start. Take the Money and Run and Sleeper are probably the best ones to start with.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mr-K View Post
    Here's my queue:

    Being There
    Time After Time
    The Killing Fields
    The Time Machine
    Being There is really good, but may be a bit slow. Man, I used to LOVE Time After Time, but I wonder how it holds up after so many years. The Killing Fields is still a great movie. And The Time Machine (I'm guessing this is the 1960 Rod Taylor version) is a classic and still fun to watch.

    A few old movies worth watching if they're on the list of what's available (how come I can't just browse the whole list without signing up?) :

    On The Waterfront
    The Misfits
    Hud
    Midnight Cowboy
    Paper Moon

    Those are all amazing movies.

    And a few old comedies that I love: Father Goose, Mr. Roberts, and Operation Petticoat. Check 'em out.
    Last edited by Scourge; 29 Jan 2009 at 08:43 PM.

  4. I'm pretty impressed with what's available to watch instantly, I looked at the list back in July and there wasn't much worth watching. Here's a few more

    The Dana Carvey Show
    No Country for Old Men
    The Professional
    Young Frankenstein
    The Office S1-4
    The Office (BBC) complete series
    Vertigo
    Revolver
    Full Metal Jacket
    30 Days of Night
    "I don't like fellas that kill me. Not in general."

  5. Dial M For Murder is a great Hitchcock movie. They also have S1 of The Twilight Zone (I wish they had them all).

    I really wish they had more older films on it.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by nixhex311 View Post
    Vertigo
    Oh hell yeah, I didn't realize this was on watch instantly. Easily one of my favorite Hitchcock films.
    Quote Originally Posted by BerringerX
    I am pretty sure one of the reasons Jesus died is so we could enjoy delicious chicken and waffle fries seven days a week.
    Eat a bag of dicks.

  7. *sigh*

  8. I haven't seen this one yet, but I've liked other Klaus Kinski/Werner Herzog films:
    Aguirre: The Wrath of God

    (it's only up until February 1st)
    Last edited by epmode; 29 Jan 2009 at 10:18 PM.

  9. The best part about Watch Instantly is how many true question marks there are out there; I've never heard of half this stuff!

    A solid, 3-star "question mark" is the Ray Stevenson film Outpost. Surprisingly creepy, it's worth the free rental, especially if you're into zombie Nazis!!!
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Brand X View Post
    Oh hell yeah, I didn't realize this was on watch instantly. Easily one of my favorite Hitchcock films.
    Vertigo should be watched in a higher quality format. Just saying.

    Quote Originally Posted by epmode View Post
    I haven't seen this one yet, but I've liked other Klaus Kinski/Werner Herzog films:
    Aguirre: The Wrath of God

    (it's only up until February 1st)
    *plays pan-flute*


    *throws monkey*

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