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    Kick Ass - the movie


    If you like this type of genre it was really a good movie. It has some amazing lines in it and lots of comedy.

    So if you are a fan of this type of stuff I would recommend seeing it. They do use a lot of cuss words so little kids probably should not watch it and their is a lot of blood haha
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    I read the IGN review and saw a 5/5. Pretty surprising as the previews seemed rather lame.

    Now I have to see it.
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    I thought it was going to be a half ass movie, but surprisingly I was wrong and turned out to be good. I may actually buy it when it comes out on DVD haha
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    Perhaps I will give it another chance I watched 5 minutes and just thought it was a waste.
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    I saw it a week or two ago btw, great movie, lot's of good stuff in it.

    Thanks for the tip Drew.
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    haha glad you liked it

    was it what you were expecting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Duke View Post
    haha glad you liked it

    was it what you were expecting?

    No, not at all. Even after reading your review I wasn't expecting it to be great, but it really was very unique and a cool plot line.
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    So it isn't all just violence? There's a plot to it as well?? Never read the kick ass comic though... Would I still like it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grajasekar View Post
    So it isn't all just violence? There's a plot to it as well?? Never read the kick ass comic though... Would I still like it?
    I guess when you get past the masturbation and fantasy it gets better I plan on giving it another shot tonight.
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    you going to see the movie tonight Archer?


    Quote Originally Posted by grajasekar View Post
    So it isn't all just violence? There's a plot to it as well?? Never read the kick ass comic though... Would I still like it?
    depends ... it has a plot but there is a decent amount of violence but it does have some amazing lines in it

    just depends on what kind of movies you like
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    OKAY! After the BS intro it gets a lot better
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    lol you didnt like the intro?

    but yes it does get better once it gets going
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    I gave this a watch with some buddies, and it was money well spent. Wouldn't have been as good going in to watch it alone, I imagine. A lot of the people in my particular theater seemed to be the elderly... hm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archer View Post
    I guess when you get past the masturbation and fantasy it gets better I plan on giving it another shot tonight.
    I plan to give it a shot soon enough, now that some exams I had are behind me. But I'm busy with a whole new set of events that leaves just my Sundays free

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    Hehe, not exactly what I had expected. But turned out to be a pretty sweet movie with some finesse
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