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Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs
« on: July 29, 2010, 01:41:17 PM »
Weekend Movie Marathon
Unwatched DVDs
My collection of unwatched DVDs is getting out of hand! I now have a whopping 274 movies in my collection that I haven't watched yet. At least not since getting the DVD. There may be a few in there that I saw before getting the DVD. But I never seen since getting it.

As usual I am going to list below my Unwatched DVD Collection... This is my complete unwatched DVD collection. Including horror movies... which I will not watch until October... as well as the movies that is in the packages I am expecting. Since she told me her receipt says it should arrived today I figured it was safe to add them. Figuring even if they don't arrive today... they will most likely be here before the weekend is over.

Please feel free to suggest/request any you want me to review... I will try to get to them before the weekend is over... though I can't promise.


My Unwatched DVD Collection:
   1.  Abomination: Evilmaker 2
   2. The Adventures of Tartu
   3. Aerial Gunner
   4. The Amazing Transparent Man
   5. The Ape Man
   6. Apocalypse Rising
   7. The Atomic Brain
   8. Attack of the Monsters
   9. Battle of Blood Island
  10. Battleship Potemkin
  11. Beast from Haunted Cave
  12. The Big Lift
  13. Black Brigade
  14. Black Hawk Down
  15. Black Ribbon
  16. Blackmail
  17. Blind Side
  18. Blood Alley
  19. Blood Mania
  20. Blood of Dracula's Castle
  21. Blood on the Sun
  22. Blood Stained Bride
  23. Blood Tide
  24. Boiling Point
  25. Bowery at Midnight
  26. The Brain Machine
  27. Brain Twisters
  28. Brainiac
  29. Branded
  30. Bride of the Gorilla
  31. The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari
  32. Chain Reaction
  33. Champagne
  34. Chloe, Love is Calling You
  35. Chocolat
  36. Circus of Fear
  37. Coach
  38. Commandos
  39. Condemned to Live
  40. Convoy
  41. Capote
  42. Catch Me if You Can
  43. Cinderella Man
  44. Coach Carter
  45. Count Dracula and His Vampire Bride
  46. The Creeper
  47. Creepers
  48. Crimes at the Dark House
  49. The Crimes of Stephen Hawke
  50. Crossroads
  51. Crypt of the Living Dead
  52. Curse of Pirate Death
  53. Curse of the Headless Horseman
  54. Cyrano de Bergerac
  55. Dark Light
  56. Dark Places
  57. The Darkness
  58. The Dawn Express
  59. Deadly Drifter
  60. Death By Dialogue
  61. Desert Heat
  62. Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo
  63. The Devil Bat
  64. Devil Monster
  65. The Devil's Daughter
  66. The Devil's Hand
  67. Devil's Partner
  68. Don't Open Till Christmas
  69. Double Team
  70. Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde
  71. Dr. Phibes Rides Again
  72. Drawing Blood
  73. Easy Virtue
  74. Edgar Allen Poe's Darkness
  75. Eegah
  76. Embryo
  77. Evil Brain from Outer Space
  78. Farewell to Arms
  79. The Farmer's Wife
  80. Fear of the Dark
  81. Feral
  82. The Fighting Seabees
  83. Fist of Fear, Touch of Death
  84. Fist of the Vampire
  85. Flesh Feast
  86. Flying Blind
  87. The Flying Leathernecks
  88. Foriegner
  89. Four in a Jeep
  90. Foxes
  91. Full Frontal
  92. The Ghost Walks
  93. The Glass House
  94. God Told Me To
  95. Good Will Hunting
  96. The Great American Snuff Film
  97. The Green Berets
  98. The Guardian
  99. Gung Ho
 100. Half Past Dead
 101. Hands of Steel
 102. Hangmen
 103. The Head
 104. Hell's Threshold
 105. Home Made
 106. Horror of the Zombies
 107. House by the Cemetery
 108. Horrors of Spider Island
 109. House of Danger
 110. House of Mystery
 111. House of Secrets
 112. How Aweful About Allen
 113. Hunk
 114. Identity Unknown
 115. Immortal
 116. In Harms Way
 117. Infinity
 118. The Innocent
 119. Into Thy Hands
 120. Intolerance: Love's Struggle Through the Ages
 121. The Island Monster
 122. Jack the Ripper
 123. Jamaica Inn
 124. Jarhead
 125. Juno and the Paycock
 126. Kennel Murder Case
 127. Kill Cruise
 128. King Kong: Deluxe Extended Edition
 129. Knight Chills
 130. A Knight's Tale
 131. Kong Island
 132. Ladder 49
 133. The Lake House
 134. Laser Mission
 135. Last Best Chance
 136. The Last Chance
 137. Left Behind 2
 138. Legacy of Blood
 139. Legend of Big Foot
 140. The Legend of Zorro
 141. The Lodger
 142. The Long Hair of Death
 143. The Madmen of Mandoras
 144. Majestic
 145. Mama Dracula
 146. The Man Who Knew Too Much
 147. The Man with Two Lives
 148. The Manster
 149. Manxman
 150. Mean Girls
 151. Memento
 152. Midnight Phantom
 153. Midnight Shadow
 154. The Midnight Warning
 155. Minesweeper
 156. Murder in the Red Barn
 157. The Murder Mansion
 158. My Chauffeur
 159. My Tutor
 160. Mystic River
 161. Nabonga
 162. The Navy Way
 163. Never Too Late
 164. The Night that Evelyn Came Out of the Grave
 165. Night Fright
 166. Night of the Blood Beast
 167. Night Tide
 168. Nightmare in Wax
 169. Number Seventeen
 170. Nutcracker: An American Nightmare
 171. One Eyed Jack
 172. One of Our Aircraft is Missing
 173. Pajama Game
 174. Passenger 57
 175. A Passanger to Bali
 176. Payback
 177. The Phantom
 178. The Phantom Creeps
 179. The Phantom Express
 180. The Phantom of Soho
 181. The Pom Pom Girls
 182. Pony Trouble
 183. Primal Fear
184. Prime Evil
 185. Prisoners of the Lost Universe
 186. Private Buckaroo
 187. Puppet Show
 188. Rage of the Master
 189. Rattlers
 190. Ray
 191. Replicant
 192. Red Planet
 193. Remember the Titans
 194. Return of the Boogeyman
 195. Return of the Magnificent Seven
 196. Rich and Strange
 197. Ricochet
 198. The Ring
 199. Road to Bali
 200. The Rogue Tavern
 201. Sabbath
 202. Sabotage
 203. The Sadist
 204. Sands of Iwo Jima
 205. Satan's Slave
 206. Savage Weekend
 207. Saw VI
 208. Screaming Ninja
 209. The Sea Chase
 210. Secret Agent
 211. She Gods of Shark Reef
 212. The She-Beast
 213. Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
 214. Shock
 215. The Shunned House
 216. Sickness House
 217. Silent Bloodnight
 218. Sinners
 219. Sisters of Death
 220. Skin Game
 221. Slasher
 222. Slave of the Cannibal God
 223. Sleep Disorder
 224. Snake Crane Secret
 225. The Snow Creature
 226. Snowbeast
 227. Something's Gotta Give
 228. The Somnambulists
 229. Sound of Horror
 230. Spare Parts
 231. Speed 2: Cruise Control
 232. Spitfire
 233. A Strange Adventure
 234. The Stranger
 235. Strangers of the Evening
 236. Stanley
 237. Star Wars IV: A New Hope
 238. Star Wars V: The Empire Strikes Back
 239. Star Wars VI: Return of the Jedi
 240. Super Hell
 241. Super Hell 2
 242. Tales of Frankenstein
 243. Teenage Zombies
 244. Terrified
 245. Terror
 246. Terror Creatures from the Grave
 247. Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2
 248. They Were Expendable
 249. Thirty-Nine Steps
 250. This Darkness
 251. A Time to Kill
 252. Tomboy
 253. Torture Ship
 254. Trauma
 255. Trip with the Teacher
 256. Unsane
 257. Vampire's Night Orgy
 258. A Vampire's Tale
 259. The Van
 260. Voodoo Black Exorcist
 261. Vulture's Eye
 262. A Walking Nightmare
 263. The Wasp Woman
 264. Watchmen
 265. Werewolf of Washington
 266. Web of the Spider
 267. Weekend Pass
 268. White Fang to the Rescue
 269. The White Gorilla
 270. White Pongo
 271. Who Am I?
 272. Who Shot Pat?
 273. Wings of an Eagle
 274. Woodland Haunting 2
Pete

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Re: Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs
« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2010, 03:03:10 PM »
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Re: Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs
« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2010, 03:05:54 PM »
Meangirls?  :hmmmm: oh you must be talking about Mean Girls!   :tease:

That one is in the box I am expecting... but I am pretty sure it will be here in time for this weekend.
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Re: Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs
« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2010, 03:11:26 PM »
In all serious, Mean Girls is a cracking film. Clueless for the 00's.

Good Will Hunting
Catch Me if You Can
Memento (this first)
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Re: Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs
« Reply #4 on: July 29, 2010, 03:16:12 PM »
All those are in that package that is on the way. Hopefully they will get here before Monday.
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Re: Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs
« Reply #5 on: July 29, 2010, 03:25:52 PM »
I just checked the tracking... and it is in town now! It will be here later today!  :yahoo:
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« Reply #6 on: July 29, 2010, 03:48:28 PM »
I loved Mean Girls when I last watched it. That's where I discovered Rachel McAdams and I've liked ever since!

Of course it also stars pre-excentric LiLo too.. still good looking at that time!

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« Reply #7 on: July 29, 2010, 03:51:45 PM »
I will have to be sure to check it out this weekend.  :thumbup:
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Re: Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs
« Reply #8 on: July 29, 2010, 04:04:43 PM »
I loved Mean Girls when I last watched it. That's where I discovered Rachel McAdams and I've liked ever since!

Before that she was in the first season of Slings & Arrows, the best Canadian TV show that I know. Sadly, she left the show after becoming famous with Mean Girls in the US.
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« Reply #9 on: July 29, 2010, 04:30:38 PM »
I just checked profiler. Mean Girls will be the first thing I have with Rachel McAdams.
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Re: Weekend Movie Marathon: Unwatched DVDs
« Reply #10 on: July 29, 2010, 08:02:20 PM »
The Lake House

and if you have time, the Star Wars Trilogy. Or you could make a separate mini-marathon out of this.



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« Reply #11 on: July 29, 2010, 08:17:42 PM »
I am up in the air about what to do with Star Wars... to watch at least some here... or save it for a marathon of it's own. I keep going back and forth on it. :P
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« Reply #12 on: July 30, 2010, 05:07:13 PM »

Title: Ray: Widescreen
Year: 2004
Director: Taylor Hackford
Rating: PG-13
Length: 152 Min.
Video: Anamorphic Widescreen 1.85:1
Audio: English: Dolby Digital: 5.1, French: Dolby Digital: 5.1, Commentary: Dolby Digital: 2-Channel Stereo
Subtitles: English, French, Spanish

Stars:
Jamie Foxx
Kerry Washington
Regina King
Clifton Powell
Harry Lennix
Bokeem Woodbine

Plot:
Jamie Foxx (Collateral) stars as the one-of-a-kind innovator of soul who overcame impossible odds to become a music legend. Ray is the triumphant and remarkable story of one of America's true musical geniuses, Ray Charles. From his humble beginnings in the South through his meteoric rise to the top of American music charts, Ray's inspirational journey is a tale of hope, redemption and the power of the human spirit. "Ray is Electrifying" hails Peter Travers of Rolling Stone. Witness the incredible true story of a musician who fought harder and went further than anyone could imagine.

Extras:
Scene Access
Audio Commentary
Feature Trailers
Bonus Trailers
Deleted Scenes
Featurettes
Production Notes
Music Videos

My Thoughts:
I made a promise... and I new I was going to keep that promise. But I thought I would shock you all and let it be the first one I watch out of all of the ones sent to me! (plus it gets it out of the way!)

Ok... what to say about the movie. First let me say... wow.. this one has a lot of music in it. Made it impossible to just ignore the music like I can normally do. Which kinda sucked for me... because the movie can't change how I feel about music. It is what it is... and there is nothing I can do about that. Now the story on the other had I enjoyed very much. Such a detailed look at his life... both the good and the bad. Instead of starting the movie from the beginning and going in chronological order (which I normally prefer) this movie uses flashbacks. I normally don't care for flashbacks because they can easily make a story confusing. But in the case of Ray the flashbacks works extremely well and I think makes a more powerful movie. I've only known Jamie Foxx as a comedian... but I must say he impressed me here. I thought he did a wonderful job in the title role.

I find it hard to believe that I am saying this... but this is one musical I am glad I have in my collection... and yes... I can see myself watching it again. So there you go... a surprise for both of us. A surprise for you all that I actually watched a musical... and it being the first one in my marathon. As well as a surprise for me as I enjoyed it much more then I thought I would.

My Rating:
Out of a Possible 5
Pete

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« Reply #13 on: July 30, 2010, 05:58:06 PM »
 :o

Its a miracle! We never have to hear that Pete doesn't like musicals again because...he does!  :tease:

I knew I wanted to send you a musical themed DVD because of your promise to watch it.

I spent a lot of time debating what to send you because, although my initial thought was to pull your leg, I really did want to send you something that you would enjoy too...mission accomplished!

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« Reply #14 on: July 30, 2010, 06:01:30 PM »
Jamie Foxx was really good in that role. He did get, a well deserved IMO, Oscar for that performance after all! And he did everything himself, singing and all (maybe not the piano performance - I'm not sure). And Ray Charles is such an icon of soul music. I'm glad they gave him such an homage with such a well done biography.

Also glad you enjoyed it Pete! Next up: Walk the Line (Johnny Cash)!
Just kidding! Although Joaquin Phoenix does a damn good job in it too. And Reese Witherspoon looks gorgeous as a brunette!