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  1. Spider-Storm Registered

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    What was the last DVD you bought?

    For Me?

    Anchorman :cool:
     
  2. Malice BMFH

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    Um...I believe I bought Princess Diaries 2 and Harry Potter 3 for my wife.
     
  3. Anguissette1979 Registered

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    Yesterday:

    Return of the King: Extended Edition
    Spider-Man 2
    King Arthur: Unrated Director's Cut
     
  4. Kipobe Registered

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    It was either Spider-Man 2 or the 8th Season of "Friends"... can't quite remember...
     
  5. BaleGal Registered

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    TROTK: Gift set
    HP3

    Is King Arthur a good movie? I plan on renting it first before buying.
     
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    I liked it.... wasn't blow-your-mind fantastic butit was good enough that I'm looking forward to seeing the DC.
     
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    Anchorman and Resident Evil: Apocalypse
     
  8. Equint77 MY NAME IS HOV

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    Yesterday

    Ultimate Rambo Trilogy
    Simpsons 5 season
    Hellboy 3 disc set

    And on Monday I bought the DC of Daredevil which is the version that should have been shown in the theaters.
     
  9. DOG LIPS El Señor Presidente

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    Napoleon Dynamite and Shaun of the dead. :up:
     
  10. Johnichi Chiba Registered

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    Yesterday I got:

    Season 3 of Family Guy

    SNL-The best of Christopher Walken

    Batman and Batman Returns

    and El Mariachi
     
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    I have yet to see that movie, is it worth buying or just renting...
     
  13. caretaker14 It'll Be Mine, Fella

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    Yesterday;

    The Lost World: Jurassic Park Collector's Edition
    Inuyasha: The Second Movie: The Castle Beyond the Looking Glass

    My ex-girlfriend got me hooked on Inuyasha. It's a very good anime.
     
  14. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    Midnight Express, 15 months ago.
     
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    Comic Book,the movie.

    Gary Owens Rocks!
    Stan Lee must die.
     
  17. DOG LIPS El Señor Presidente

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    I also got the 'Best of Beavis and Butthead' DVD series from Timelife.com :)
     
  18. Superman20 Registered

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    i wanted to watch it again the next day after i saw it, thats the type of movie it is, its a guy movie all the way, especially if you like michael mann's style... if for anything just to see cruise in action, i only know a few people that are as fast as he is for a trigger man and most are cops
     
  19. Lord Valumart Hype's Dr - It's Canon

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    National Treasure
    The Incredibles
    Dave Gormman's Googlewhack Adventure
    Bill Bailly: Part Troll
    Bradly Walsh Live
    Peter Kay: Live at the top of the tower
    Jimmy Carr Live
    HP 3
    Garfeild
    and Paycheck

    all good, except Hp 3, Gormman rules, such a funny stannd up
     
  20. Michael Jackson Registered

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    Just rent it. It's one of those no-brainer things. Still, it's entertaining and it has Jamie Foxx(highly watchable) Jada-Pinkett Smith(hotty) and Tom Cruise(Best part of the film) in it.


    Yesterday i bought;

    ''Rebecca'' by Alfred Hitchcock, featuring Laurence Olivier. Never seen a Hitchcock movie before.

    ''Mean Streets'' by Marty Scorcese, and

    ''The big Lebowski'', by the dumb Coen brother who make crap movies. But it has teh sexy cast.
     
  21. caretaker14 It'll Be Mine, Fella

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    His best, in my opinion are, in order

    1. Psycho
    2. The Birds
    3. Rear Window
    4. Vertigo
    5. The Man Who Knew Too Much
    6. The Lady Vanishes

    Excellent pieces of filmaking.
     
  22. Michael Jackson Registered

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    I'll check those out, Rebecca was pretty good. I'm just getting into 1940's cinema. Saw The third man and Citezen Cane the other day. Awesome movies:up:
     
  23. guitarsingerguy Who am I?

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    Garden State. Go buy it - NOW!
     
  24. Alexia Dark Warrior Princess

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    It is indeed. I was thinking of getting some of those, but people stare at a teenage girl buying stuff like that. Besides, it's like $24 bucks. It costs more than the average movie, and there's more than one of them.
     
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    I bought Way of The Gun, Creepshow, and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein out of the $5.50 bin at walmart yesterday
     
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