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  1. i'd heard a lot of talk about his energy in camp and saw it first hand last night. there's a reason mad max can be a crowd favourite. when he pins the puck deep and causes trouble around the net, he's SO much fun to watch.
  2. really? i've been waiting for this kid to mature. glad to hear he's doing well in camp. what's his game like?
  3. happy to see this guy join the habs. size, grit and a great player to have in the room. a welcome addition, imho.
  4. thanks. i actually thought it was a kids movie... too bad. now i have to find something else because i really don't want to get stuck seeing the back up plan...
  5. i was just coming into the thread to see if anyone had seen kick-a. nice to hear it's living up to hype. is it too violent though? i'd like to see it with a friend who hates violence. as for the rating, you shouldn't be surprised. qc is always more liberal in its 'tastes', hence the drinking age and a few other unmentionables.
  6. i loved it too. my favourite part was when the car horn breaks.
  7. i've liked almost every queens album (and kyuss was good too) but you're right dave grohl's name added some star power. them crooked vultures rocks. fav track: mind eraser, no chaser yes, it was songs for the deaf. speaking of dave grohl, as much as i've loved his side projects (tenacious d was pretty fun too) i find the foo fighters have gone soft. very disappointing. i used to love that band.
  8. thanks crb! awesome as always! some great shots of pleks from the warm up, gaminola too and of course, batman! that's some serious fake and baking pouliot's got going on.
  9. this is the reason i haven't seen it. i love the bourne movies (understatement) and felt like this was just ripped from movies that were done better. glad to hear it doesn't disappoint.
  10. thanks for the reading material guys. i've added them to my list. i loved the road too. i knew what to expect going in so i was really curious to see the execution of the film, which i thought was excellent. now that you've brought it up, i'm shocked viggo wasn't nominated for an oscar for that role (even though i'm always disappointed with the oscar selections, or popularity/sympathy votes, it still bothers me). he was outstanding, imho.
  11. no. should i? i loved the machininst in a disturbing, uncomfortable way. one of the things i loved about it was that i was uncomfortable the entire movie but still curiously entertained. i found with, say, the wrestler that i was uncomfortable to the point where i was no longer entertained and i couldn't watch. i like directors (christopher nolan is one of them) who create a mood that brings you into the film and plot becomes secondary to the journey. i'll have to check out trassiberian. thanks for the tip!
  12. shutter island: 8.5/10 loved it! i think i enjoyed it more knowing it was flawed. it didn't seem too long in the end and while there were a couple of things that could've been executed better the overall mood, story and the ride it took me on was just amazing; creepy as hell but amazing. great tribute to bmovies of the past. highly recommend it.
  13. thanks! i'm going to see it tonight. pretty psyched but i now consider myself forewarned.
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