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  1. You obviously have an attitude problem.
  2. I must say Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King- This ending is very long but it gives a great conclusion to a great story., Return of the Jedi- The remastered version of this is worth it. The ending is better than ever., To Kill A Mockingbird- This ending will leave you hung up in stitches., Star Trek 2 The Wrath of Kahn- I always wanted to cry at this ending.
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    WHT

    On Directv, it's channel 367. The old movies they have butchered are The Big Trees, Kentucky Rifle, Red Fury, etc, etc... WHT is the public christian channel that Ralph Emery is on.
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    WHT

    It's a travesty what this religious channel has done. They have started showing old movies every friday night. But because they're religious, they show so many ads and commercials you can't watch a decent movie.
  5. This has to be one of the best fantasy movies ever made. It's a British film made by Columbia Pictures in the James Bond set over in England. It stars quite a few big names like Lysette Anthony, Liam Neeson, and Robbie Coltrane( known as Hagrid from Harry Potter). There is also a special appearance by Francesca Annis. This fantasy has a great overall story. Beast comes to the world of Krull wants princess as bride to rule galaxy. Ken Marshall must save beloved to fulfill prophecy. Lots of strange characters and creatures along the journey. What really makes this film great is its music. It ha
  6. There are some movies that The Happening was based on. Here's three movies that inspired The Happening: Godzilla vs. Hedorah, Godzilla vs. Biollante, Maximum Overdrive. 1. Godzilla vs. The Smog Monster, a.k.a. Godzilla vs. Hedorah- This movie had a lot of elements of environmentalism and the message that humans are harming the planet with pollution. 2. Godzilla vs. Biollante- This one should be obvious. A giant plant is killing everything, gee I wonder. 3. Maximum Overdrive- This is Stephen King's story
  7. To be fair about it, some people totally hated Godzilla Final Wars. Some people loved it. And then there are those who either don't know this film or care about it. Personally, the video games are much better than any movie.
  8. There's nothing at wikipedia.
  9. Announcement: If you want to buy older movies for even cheaper prices, Amazon.com has reduced the prices of their movies by 4.95. This has reduced the price of a lot of older movies down to $9.99. This is old and new movies.
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    The Grudge Movies

    The Grudge 1 and 2 redefined the horror genre for me. The movies took terror to a whole new level. I was in the theatre watching them when my heart started skipping a beat. I suddenly grew real hot and sweaty. I could feel my heart pounding more and more intensely, the heart beat in between my ears. I felt the loosening of my bowels in both movies. In the first one I lost control and couldn't make it to the bathroom. In the second one I had enough sense to run out of the theatre while the movie was playing. We're talking pure hot diarrhea. That isn't all. For both movies I couldn't sleep
  11. maybe show the more recent Fido. A boy and his pet zombie.
  12. this is the ultimate godzilla movie. if you want to own it, you can buy it at amazon.
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    Frank Wolff

    Frank Wolff committed suicide in his Rome hotel room.
  14. He also shows up at the end of the Hulk. He tells the general that the super soldier program is obsolete. Then he mentions that he's putting a team together. Can anyone say Avengers? Message was edited by: ask
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    Frank Wolff

    the director is Sergio Corbucci
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    Frank Wolff

    the great silence is 1968
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    Frank Wolff

    There is a Frank Wolff western. It's called The Great Silence. If you don't believe me just go to amazon.com and type in The Great Silence. Message was edited by: ask
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