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  1. Mahatma
    08-31-2014 10:11 AM
    Mahatma
    Hi Hope all's well.Thought I'd share a funny video:

    http://vimeo.com/79306807
  2. Mahatma
    05-22-2014 07:23 PM
    Mahatma
    One last post before summer.Beautiful french movie (not in the Goddard tradition though )

  3. Mahatma
    05-14-2014 05:13 PM
    Mahatma
    That 2001 set was abit more than a tad expensive Finally succumbed to the smartphone late last year,but figured it could serve as a e-book reader,phone and a portable movie screen,so went for a 6.4" screen phone Hillariously uncomfortable as a phone,but brilliant at all else.I just use bluetooth for calls.

    All's well over here with stolen summer nights at the becon.Hope you and family are well too
  4. Mahatma
    05-12-2014 07:25 PM
    Mahatma
    Hi.Just saw this very good talkie video about the social media which have gone virulent in our times.Hope alls well

  5. Mahatma
    01-21-2014 05:24 PM
    Mahatma
    Just thought I'd send you a pretty spectacular video from my country.

    http://www.dbtv.no/?vid=3082277278001

    I've bought a large cell-phone,and installed an e-book reader program on it.Maybe you can consider me a (semi)convert in a few months!

    Hope you dodged the extreme winter where you live
  6. Mahatma
    01-01-2014 12:30 AM
    Mahatma
    Happy new year mate
  7. jbig31
    12-14-2013 11:38 PM
    jbig31
    Loved your review and I feel the same way on many points. Lots of things to like but lots that I just shook my head at during the film. I guess the way I feel right now is pretty mixed. I feel like I ordered orange juice and got TANG instead.
  8. Mahatma
    12-11-2013 09:35 AM
    Mahatma
    Hi Bob.I'm good here.Winter's been kind to us so far.Going to see the second installment of the Hobbit monday or tuesday next week.That way I avoid the crazy ques and overfilled theaters.I think I'm going to enjoy this movie immensly since it covers my favourite part of the book.No spoilers until I've seen it,you hear.

    Hope you and your family are well.Happy holliday.I'll check in before new year mate
  9. Jumpman
    10-23-2013 07:49 AM
    Jumpman
    The most surprising thing about the Extended Edition is the tracked score from the Rings films used and the fact that the editing isn't as smooth as the extended editions of the Rings film. It's pretty rough from my estimation.

    Also, Peter Jackson has his own "Jedi Rocks" moment in this extended edition. It's horrific.
  10. Jumpman
    10-22-2013 10:23 PM
    Jumpman
    Well, broke my rule and watched the Extended Edition of an Unexpected Journey and it's a big shrug. It's quite clear that adding a third film pretty much killed the effectiveness of the extended cuts for this trilogy. Only parts of the Rivendell sequence are really worthy but they're not missed in the theatrical cut either.

    Still, haven't watched this film once again, it pretty clear that the entire opening of the picture doesn't really work. You effectively have to watch the Rings Trilogy first before the Hobbit trilogy and that's not the sign of a true prequel. Say what you will about Lucas and the Prequels but he had it right to basically make the Prequels as if the Originals never happen so you could watch them chronologically. That should've happened here.

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