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Old 10-28-2011, 06:12 PM   #3551
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Good grief. That would make the original Thing 90 years old!
Nooooo... Look at it this way; You can hold up three fingers, but only have two spaces inbetween them. The original Thing was in the early fifties, then the one with Kurt Russel was in the eighties, and then there's this new one. Sixty years or so between the first and last.
So the next one is due about 2041 Then it will be 90 years
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Old 10-28-2011, 06:28 PM   #3552
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Nooooo... Look at it this way; You can hold up three fingers, but only have two spaces inbetween them. The original Thing was in the early fifties, then the one with Kurt Russel was in the eighties, and then there's this new one. Sixty years or so between the first and last.
So the next one is due about 2041 Then it will be 90 years
Huh. Math was never my strong suit.

I do remember seeing the first two (not in the 50’s, thinking on Chiller Thriller).

Thanks for the math lesson, Pac!
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Old 10-29-2011, 03:11 AM   #3553
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Huh. Math was never my strong suit.

I do remember seeing the first two (not in the 50’s, thinking on Chiller Thriller).

Thanks for the math lesson, Pac!
Don't ya just hate it when Math still kicks your butt after all these years...
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Last movie I watched was The Devil's Rejects. Got all Halloweeny with my Mum by watching House of 1000 Corpses and The Devil's Rejects the other night. I love Rob Zombie and I am a horror film addict!
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Captain America and Thor...Loved them!
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Old 10-30-2011, 03:27 PM   #3556
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Captain America and Thor...Loved them!
At the theatre, or are they on Pay Per View yet?
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At the theatre, or are they on Pay Per View yet?
I got the DVD's...my Marvel DVD collection is up to date!
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Old 10-30-2011, 06:17 PM   #3558
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I went to the theater with our 12 year old daughter & saw Puss & Boots in 3D. $19.50 for the two of us then an additional $15.00 for popcorn, ice-cream & pop. Does anyone ever clap after a movie anymore?
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I went to the theater with our 12 year old daughter & saw Puss & Boots in 3D. $19.50 for the two of us then an additional $15.00 for popcorn, ice-cream & pop. Does anyone ever clap after a movie anymore?
Depends on the movie...we brought down the house at the end of the Harry Potter movies, same with Lord of the Rings. A lot depends on the geek level of the audience
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Just got done watching the 2009 version of Jane Eyre with Mia Wasikowska, Michael Fassbender and Judi Dench. It was alright but my all time favorite is the old black and white version make in 1944 with Orson Welles, Joan Fontaine, Margaret O'Brien and Agnes Moorehead.
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