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You never had to read it in high school or anything? One of my favorite books ever.
I think Ken Kesey may have still been considered an Enemy of the State when I was in high school. He sure as **** wasn't on the approved reading list.
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Have you read any of Kesey's other books? Sailor Song was pretty good.
post #254 of 392
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

I think Ken Kesey may have still been considered an Enemy of the State when I was in high school. He sure as **** wasn't on the approved reading list.
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Have you read any of Kesey's other books? Sailor Song was pretty good.

I've read some of Sailor Song, not sure if I ever finished it.
post #255 of 392
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The way way back. Definitely a solid birdie.

Agreed.  Solid movie.

post #256 of 392
Epic looking scene from upcoming Godzilla movie.
post #257 of 392

Now this is Batman!

 

 

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post #258 of 392
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Now this is Batman!

 

 

 

Looks like they are going more old school with this new one. Excited to see how it turns out. Though I am not a big Ben Affleck fan, it is BATMAN!!! 

post #259 of 392

Look for the mug shot of good looking monster Godzilla at the end. Smile Godzilla! You wanna make a good impression on match.com don't ya? I'm Gozilla, single, and plan on sending the earth back to the stone age. Looking for companion with similar hobbies.

 

 

 

Godzilla is directed by Gareth Edwards, who directed Monsters, my favorite low budget indie monster movie. Tap in birdie.

 

post #260 of 392

Batmobile from another angle. Looks like it's missing the wheels though.

 

post #261 of 392

Godzilla was good, but not as good as the trailers made it out to be. Oh well. Entertaining, but was hoping for more. Tap in par.

post #262 of 392

Godzilla gets a par on an easy par 4 from me. I won't spoil it for anyone but was not a fan of what happened about half way through the movie, for a number of reasons. I did like the "twist" they did with Godzilla and thought the film looked great. 

post #263 of 392
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post
 

Godzilla gets a par on an easy par 4 from me. I won't spoil it for anyone but was not a fan of what happened about half way through the movie, for a number of reasons. I did like the "twist" they did with Godzilla and thought the film looked great. 

 

I think I know what you're talking about. I was disappointed in that as well.

post #264 of 392

Just saw Lone Survivor. Definite birdie for me. 

 

 

Hindsight is 20/20, but I think there was a 4th option: Take the goat herders with you up the mountain until you can establish communications with base. Once that happens, cut 'em loose. That way, there's more distance for the herders to travel back down to alert the Taliban, and the choppers have more time to get to your position before the shit goes down. 

 

20/20 though. And in life, you can't go back, so my point is moot. 

 

Sad story.

post #265 of 392

I admittedly am sick and tired of super hero movies, but this piques my interest. Tyrion Lannister w/a seventies haircut!

 

  

post #266 of 392

Yeah!! you are right,I have also watched that,its so unbearable for me.A movie with fake story ;)

post #267 of 392
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Originally Posted by nevets88 View Post

I admittedly am sick and tired of super hero movies, but this piques my interest. Tyrion Lannister w/a seventies haircut!


 
 

I just finished watching this. It's good, but not in the same caliber as The Winter Soldier. Most of the cast did a great job in their roles, particularly Fassbender and McAvoy. I'm still confused about how Shadowcat can send someone back in time.

I give it a par. And that's with my handicap taking two strokes off the score for Wolverine being the most overused and overexposed mutant ever. I'm glad it's Hugh Jackman in the role. Anyone else and I'd probably hate it more.

Am I the only one who thinks Jennifer Lawrence isn't all that and a bag of chips?
post #268 of 392
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Originally Posted by Warren Zevon View Post


Am I the only one who thinks Jennifer Lawrence isn't all that and a bag of chips?

You are the only one :naughty:

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Am I the only one who thinks Jennifer Lawrence isn't all that and a bag of chips?

Yes.
post #270 of 392
Obviously, my opinion is in the minority.

There was a great scene in the movie with Quicksilver that was worth the price of admission alone.
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