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Old 05-13-07, 12:22 AM
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Originally Posted by wlverinefactor
Mister Peepers, is that MAU for the 360? if so i'd love to play online sometime. I need to download that heroes and villians pack as well.
It's that one. I bought it because of the heroes and villians pack. It sounded too good to pass up.

I'm only good for online play Saturday morning/afternoon and late afternoon Tuesdays and Thursdays. If that works for you I'm sure we can get something going.
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I'm off Thursday. Let me know. gamertag is wolverinefactor.

How far are you in the game? I have two saves. One at the end of the game on normal and then midway through easy.
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my gamertag is Chemosh6969

I managed to get as far as killing that big green dragon at the very beginning on easy.

BTW, do you know what button do you hold to control Captain America's shield when you throw it? Do you completely control it or just what direction it goes after it hits something?
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I'm not sure because I've never really used Captain American lol...
Old 05-16-07, 09:02 PM
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Originally Posted by dpz301
the hulk (took 3 days to finish because i kept falling asleep)
bet you can't wait for the sequal
Old 05-17-07, 06:39 PM
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Originally Posted by Mister Peepers
bet you can't wait for the sequal
i actually enjoyed it, but i started it friday night at like 9 pm when i sat down in my bed after a long week. then saturday, i put it on and had to leave to go to work and then finished the last 45 minutes on sunday. made it through 30 minutes friday night on 3 tries, haha.

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Old 05-18-07, 10:43 PM
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Congrats RobCA on -100.

No dvd watching until Sunday or Monday for me. I work tomorrow and then I'm heading into New York City for the Ricky Gervaise performance at Madison Square Garden. So it's all work, drive, eat, sit, drive, sleep, work. Then after work on Sunday is a crappy church dinner I'm working at and then Sopranos so....
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Thanks! And congrats to you too, you're way ahead of me this month. Next month, I'll be going back to movies, instead of TV shows, so look out.

Rob
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Originally Posted by dpz301
i actually enjoyed it, but i started it friday night at like 9 pm when i sat down in my bed after a long week. then saturday, i put it on and had to leave to go to work and then finished the last 45 minutes on sunday. made it through 30 minutes friday night on 3 tries, haha.
That's better than how I watched Saving Private Ryan the first few times. I saw it in the theater but got tired and fell asleep halfway through. Then I would wake up for fighting and end up falling asleep after the fight when they would start talking again. Then I'd wake up again for the next fight.

I did this the next 2 times I watched it at home. It wasn't a bad movie, it just helped me sleep. I sometimes turn on Cops, the tv show, to help me sleep so maybe there's something wrong with me.

Looks like I'm be fighting wlverinefactor for the number one position this month. I'm slowly catching up.
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You and Rob will beat me this month for sure. It's my birthday (or was) and I got the 3rd and 4th bond sets (well 4 is coming) plus I have presents coming in the mail still. Most will be boxsets I'm sure. I do have 9 movies I COULD watch but I'm on a tv show kick to prepare myself for the DDD sale which is pretty much all boxsets.
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Old 05-26-07, 09:26 PM
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The Delos Adventure was an adventure in boredom. Please don't watch this.
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these large tv sets are a bear to get through. i might to start watching half hour shows only. the unit is pretty good though!
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Originally Posted by dpz301
these large tv sets are a bear to get through. i might to start watching half hour shows only. the unit is pretty good though!
I don't find tv shows a bear to get through. In fact, I live for tv on DVD. I've been having a blast watching the first 3 seasons of NCIS this month- I'm hoping to get through the last 9 episodes by Thursday.

It's the movies that are a bear for me. I can find 45 mins while eating lunch, or just before bed, etc, to watch a tv episode- but two hours is harder to manage. I usually end up on the weekends watching the movies half asleep late at night.

Of course, the fact that I bought 6 more movies for about $5 each today, due to Best Buy's memorial day sales isn't helping my current film count either...
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WTF is up with this thread title?

Unwatched movie pile May '07: A hundred skulls destroying a disgusting retard
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WTF is up with this thread title?
Word up. I'll be glad when the month is over so this wont have to see this title every day.
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Originally Posted by Tscott
I don't find tv shows a bear to get through. In fact, I live for tv on DVD. I've been having a blast watching the first 3 seasons of NCIS this month- I'm hoping to get through the last 9 episodes by Thursday.

It's the movies that are a bear for me. I can find 45 mins while eating lunch, or just before bed, etc, to watch a tv episode- but two hours is harder to manage. I usually end up on the weekends watching the movies half asleep late at night.

Of course, the fact that I bought 6 more movies for about $5 each today, due to Best Buy's memorial day sales isn't helping my current film count either...
yeah, i was knocking some movies after work, but not getting home and settled until eightish now is probably going to allow more tv show watching. maybe i am bitter that my brother told me the ending to 24's first season twenty minutes before i was finished the season. i kind of expected it though.
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Originally Posted by The Eliminator
Word up. I'll be glad when the month is over so this wont have to see this title every day.
the title is quite weird, i just moved on and looked for unwatched and may.
Old 05-29-07, 08:32 PM
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It's easier to make time for an episode or two of a TV show (and usually once I watch one, I find myself watching at least one more), than a 2+ hour movie--but with whole seasons or series in a package, it can take longer to 'finish.'
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I need the June topic. BUMP
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Alright. I've been to lazy to participate, so I took some time, so here are my May stats before the June thread pops up:

Pile of Shame(33):
Abre Los Ojos (Open your Eyes)
Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh
Closer
Crash
Derailed
Elizabethtown
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
High Tension
Irreversible
Jumanji
Kingdom of Heaven: Director's Cut
the Manchurian Candidate (2004)
the Passion of the Christ
Under Suspicion
War of the Worlds(2005)
the Proposition
X-Men 3
The Break Up
the Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists
Saw II
Batman Begins
The 40 Year Old Virgin
Lady in the Water
-----TV----
From the Earth to the Moon
Entourage: Season 1
Entourage: Season 3
Farscape: Season 1
Highlander: Season 1
Nowhere Man
South Park: Season 7
Anything But Love
The Unit
Stargate: Atlantis: Season 2

DVDs Watched(10):
X-Men 3
The Break Up
the Land Before Time IV: Journey Through the Mists
Saw II
From the Earth to the Moon
Entourage: Season 1
Batman Begins
The 40 Year Old Virgin
Lady in the Water

DVDs Bought(10):

The Unit: Season 1
Stargate Atlantis: Season 2
the 40 Year Old Virgin
An Evening with Kevin Smith 2
The Last Kiss
Superman Returns
the New World
the Bourne Supremacy
King Arthur: Extended
the Beach

Net Change This Month: 0

Total Net Change:
0
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Originally Posted by Tscott
I don't find tv shows a bear to get through. In fact, I live for tv on DVD. I've been having a blast watching the first 3 seasons of NCIS this month- I'm hoping to get through the last 9 episodes by Thursday.

It's the movies that are a bear for me. I can find 45 mins while eating lunch, or just before bed, etc, to watch a tv episode- but two hours is harder to manage.
I there with you 100%.
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