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a power ranger movie i don't remember which one but i used to watched it a lot of times.



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V-r0cK said:
sapphi_snake said:
V-r0cK said:
Star Wars

Really? Why?

Star wars is a big movie but its one that you dont want to discuss with girls.

And why is that? My girlfriend, while not a huge Star Wars fan, enjoys both the old trilogy and the new trilogy, and she's a major sci-fi buff (plus, she does a pretty good job as slave Leia, but that's a whole different spectrum of conversation... xD). Also a lot of female friends that I have also like the Star Wars movies. 

I really don't see why girls shouldn't enjoy those kind of movies just as much as us guys do. 



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lestatdark said:
V-r0cK said:
sapphi_snake said:
V-r0cK said:
Star Wars

Really? Why?

Star wars is a big movie but its one that you dont want to discuss with girls.

And why is that? My girlfriend, while not a huge Star Wars fan, enjoys both the old trilogy and the new trilogy, and she's a major sci-fi buff (plus, she does a pretty good job as slave Leia, but that's a whole different spectrum of conversation... xD). Also a lot of female friends that I have also like the Star Wars movies. 

I really don't see why girls shouldn't enjoy those kind of movies just as much as us guys do. 

Well i've yet met any girl that was interested in Star Wars in my entire life.  Girls I know that have seen it felt that George Lucas cant write a damn about romance between Anika and Padme.  They just know that it's the Holy grail of geek movies.



V-r0cK said:
lestatdark said:
V-r0cK said:
sapphi_snake said:
V-r0cK said:
Star Wars

Really? Why?

Star wars is a big movie but its one that you dont want to discuss with girls.

And why is that? My girlfriend, while not a huge Star Wars fan, enjoys both the old trilogy and the new trilogy, and she's a major sci-fi buff (plus, she does a pretty good job as slave Leia, but that's a whole different spectrum of conversation... xD). Also a lot of female friends that I have also like the Star Wars movies. 

I really don't see why girls shouldn't enjoy those kind of movies just as much as us guys do. 

Well i've yet met any girl that was interested in Star Wars in my entire life.  Girls I know that have seen it felt that George Lucas cant write a damn about romance between Anika and Padme.  They just know that it's the Holy grail of geek movies.

I wouldn't call it the holy grail of geek movies, but it's one of the biggest references yes. The thing is, the girls that I know who enjoy star wars, enjoy the movies for what they are, not because it has a badly written romance story in it.

Women can also enjoy sci-fi movies just as much as men do. I don't see why some type of movies should be gender related.



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V-r0cK said:
sapphi_snake said:
V-r0cK said:
Star Wars

Really? Why?

Star wars is a big movie but its one that you dont want to discuss with girls.

I'd take Star Wars over girls anyday!



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lestatdark said:
V-r0cK said:
lestatdark said:
V-r0cK said:
sapphi_snake said:
V-r0cK said:
Star Wars

Really? Why?

Star wars is a big movie but its one that you dont want to discuss with girls.

And why is that? My girlfriend, while not a huge Star Wars fan, enjoys both the old trilogy and the new trilogy, and she's a major sci-fi buff (plus, she does a pretty good job as slave Leia, but that's a whole different spectrum of conversation... xD). Also a lot of female friends that I have also like the Star Wars movies. 

I really don't see why girls shouldn't enjoy those kind of movies just as much as us guys do. 

Well i've yet met any girl that was interested in Star Wars in my entire life.  Girls I know that have seen it felt that George Lucas cant write a damn about romance between Anika and Padme.  They just know that it's the Holy grail of geek movies.

I wouldn't call it the holy grail of geek movies, but it's one of the biggest references yes. The thing is, the girls that I know who enjoy star wars, enjoy the movies for what they are, not because it has a badly written romance story in it.

Women can also enjoy sci-fi movies just as much as men do. I don't see why some type of movies should be gender related.

I dont know either but that jut seems to be how it is.



V-r0cK said:
sapphi_snake said:
V-r0cK said:
Star Wars

Really? Why?

Star wars is a big movie but its one that you dont want to discuss with girls.

You haven't met the right girls.



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1.James Bond movies starred by Roger Moore.
2.Legend
3.Howard the Duck
4.Gremlings 2
5.Big Trouble in Little China



rccsetzer said:
1.James Bond movies starred by Roger Moore.
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5.Big Trouble in Little China

Sorry but I have to disagree with you on both cases.

1-Roger Moore did a very good job replacing Sean Connery (let's forget George Lazenby) by giving the character some very welcome sense of humor. And yes, they are dated, but that doesn't make the movies embarrassing (watch the original "The Italian Job" to see how dated and embarrassing a movie can be).

2-While the special effects look cheap and dated (they already looked like that when the movie was released) the story and actors still work reasonably well, and you can have a few laughts with it (and I mean with it not of it).



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