What Was Your Home Theater Program Tonight?

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  1. Michael FF

    Michael FF Stunt Coordinator

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    Whether alone, or entertaining others, what was your home theater movie program? For starters, mine was : a 16mm Pathe newsreel followed by a 16mm Tom and Jerry cartoon, followed by the main program of the DVD, "The Music Man".
     
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    This will be moved to polls.
     
  3. Jason Harbaugh

    Jason Harbaugh Cinematographer

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    The One
    Felt like watching some pointless sfx fighting. [​IMG]
     
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    Micheal Screenwriter

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    I watched Final Fantasy tonight.
     
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    "Heigh Ho, Heigh Ho its off to Polls we go..."
    You know we can trick the mods by suddenly going into an indepth analysis about what we watched tonight and have them pull this thread back to movies (if it goes to polls), than trick em again by just listing titles and watch it go back to Polls, heh heh he..er on second thoughts forget it...
    I watched 'Bridge on the River Kwai' during the day for the umpteenth time, and in the evening 'we' watched Patrick Swayze in that mad bad 80's action flick 'Road House'.
    Classic quote from 'Evil bad guy' to Patrick Swayze during climactic martial arts fight..
    "I used to f**k guys like you in prison", woohoo! they don't make movies like this anymore...[​IMG]
     
  6. Mike Broadman

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    Ah, my first day off in a long time. Of course, I spent it in the living room with my HT.

    Morning movie: Mr Deeds Goes to Town

    SACD music: Grieg, Bizet, Mussorgsky, Mendelsohn, and Miles Davis.

    Music DVD: Dreamtheater- Scenes From New York

    Feature Presentation: Logan's Run (roommate rented)

    Nightcap: Simpsons and X-Files, recorded on Tivo, and Mozart on SACD.

    Damn, it feels good to do nothing all day for once.
     
  7. Martin Fontaine

    Martin Fontaine Supporting Actor

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    Afternoon: The Corrs Live At Royal Albert Hall (As far as I know, I'm not Irish or part Irish decendant but I decided it was appropriate on St-Patricks Day)

    Evening: King Of The Hill and The Simpsons on Fox (DPL2)
     
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    Rear Window tonight!
     
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    Tony_Faville Supporting Actor

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    Exit Wounds

    Was actually surprised and found this to be an enjoyable popcorn flick.
     

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