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JammerLea last won the day on July 8 2017

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  1. I'm not sure if it's officially considered a musical, but I would say it can count as a musical lol
  2. Oh ho, I was awaiting this day~ I was going to pick something different, but then a post on twitter reminded me of this film, and I couldn't get it out of my head. Soo, I hope you're ready for
  3. JammerLea

    Wish Upon (2017)

    It's not even like the lawn is really overgrown, so someone would have had to pick up the bike every time the lawn was mowed and then put it back in the exact same spot. Like no one gave it any thought at all lol
  4. I'm so sad I can never make these because of my work schedule. The Twilight movies are so enjoyable stupid XD
  5. Yooo! I'm still too busy with life to keep up proper, but I wanted to share that I finally got off my lazy bum (I mean... not really, I'm in a chair) and updated my Musical Mondays spreadsheet so it's current! ~Click Here~ I couldn't find the thread where tomspanks picked Flower Drum Song (if there is one), but everything else is there. I'll be back in next round for my turn. I think I'll have time and I have an idea of what I want to pick.
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    Episode 207.5 - Minisode 207.5

    I'm so confused. I was trying to search JustWatch to see what streaming services have the Harry and Meghan film available, however, all but two of the options for it are linking to a 52 min documentary about them instead. The two that do work are BUY links and that's NOT WHAT I WANT. But yeah, Paul said that he watched the film on Hulu and thought it was still available. I guess not.
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    Wish Upon (2017)

    Wish Upon is only what I can describe as a horror movie for tweens written by someone who's not in tune with teenagers. It's about a teen girl who receives a magic box that grants wishes, but each time it does, someone she knows dies! It is pedictable, the box's rules make no sense, her wishes are ridiculous, the deaths are crazy, and there are pop song music montages. I laughed. So. Damn. Hard. I wanted to cry. Seriously please consider this film, it is absolutely amazing and feels perfect for HDTGM.
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    Double Dragon (1994)

    I'm gonna add another recommendation on this one! I loved this movie when I was younger and I'm pretty sure I still have the VHS somewhere. It's pretty wild and I think a tad more enjoyable than Surf Ninjas with its dystopian setting lol
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    Episode 207.5 - Minisode 207.5

    I'm guessing for this one someone else collected a couple comments from the thread for Paul to read, but only copied part of your post, so Paul probably had no idea that you provided an example. Oh well
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    Episode 207.5 - Minisode 207.5

    I noticed that too! I thought that was a very good example!! I'm backing #Justice4Cameron as well!
  11. I did get to finish listening to the episode this morning. I don't know why, but for some reason I thought the sky-plank that Falco and Publius fell from was an outcropping to redirect water off the building, but I have no idea if that's what it really was or if it fits that style of architecture. Also... where was that place?? It was overlooking a city obviously, but what city? Also was it the same place where Tiberius was holding Lucius? Because I don't remember any high cliffs around where Huo An infiltrated Tiberius' place, nor do I recall seeing any during the final battle. Where the hell was ANYTHING in relation to anything else?? There's absolutely no sense of distance or travel time. Also I feel like there might have been a bigger punch for Yin Po's betrayal if he had actually been introduced to us prior to the betrayal. I still don't know who he was. This movie's storytelling is just... not there. It's like when someone is telling you some long-winded story about something that happened to them, but they forget details and just try to shove them in randomly as they remember them. I guess the slo-mo would be the story's 'uhh's and 'umm's.
  12. Haaa! I saw that a loong time ago. My dad has it on VHS. I've been wanting to add it to my collection, but it hasn't happened yet. (I think I'm missing about 11 films.)
  13. Oh man, so I was so excited to hear that HDTGM was doing a JACKIE CHAN movie, as I've been working on collecting his films. Except my problem was I didn't have this one. So I called my local CD Exchange to ask for it, and immediately was asked if I listen to HDTGM lmao. And then the copy I picked up didn't work, and I finally got a working copy today and watched it and... I dunno, I've seen worse Jackie Chan films. The worst for me was the stupid clunky slo-mo and the terrible use of flashbacks. Like some of those flashbacks just being a 4 second view of Adrian Brody sitting?? Okay??? (Actually anytime Brody was on screen I could not stop thinking about Brodyquest) I only had time to listen to half the episode so far, I'll have to finish it tomorrow, but so far it's been an enjoyable listen. Small correction though, someone said that during the final battle the falcons came with the Parthians, but they actually were brought by the Han Chinese. Moon's group had one at the beginning of the film when she fought Huo An and lost her veil. It was definitely a Birdemic amount of birds that didn't seem to relate to the amount of falconers. Also I'm pretty sure the reason Moon "gives herself" to Huo An is because her face was revealed to him when the veil was lost. I have no idea if there's any actual cultural traditions from ancient China that supports that sort of thing, but it feels like something I've seen in Jackie Chan films before, as well as other Eastern media. It seems pretty bizarre from a Western perspective though. And just to be a show off, here's my current Jackie Chan collection (no, I've not watched them all)
  14. I have seen a baby start bawling for no reason other than because my dad had a goatee, and let's face it, Jason has a LOT of facial hair.
  15. If it existed, it would be "I Hate Math Monthly". (I'm not an actual accountant.)
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