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Milly

Man Dies In Movie Screening.

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Milly

If you guessed Twilight, you is right.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/38099455/ns/world_news-asiapacific/

That said.

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My diagnosis is that the movie is actually so bad it is fatal for you. Beware those who would still watch this movie.

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Guest Zolrek
My diagnosis is that the movie is actually so bad it is fatal for you. Beware those who would still watch this movie.

ROTFLMAO HAHAHA

I was going to make a joke if you didn't.

Uhhh...anyway. Wow that sucks...

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Milly

I know it's wrong but when I saw the contents of that news article I facepalmed over a grin. I'm sorry God! It's just one of those deaths that is just like, wow.

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Guest Caroline_J

HEHE! The first one killed my relationship with my fiance, the second one almost killed my comp (No joke I was able to eject the DVD quickly enough), so now I'm afraid to just get near the movie posters for the 3rd one these days. :o

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Guest Donna Jean

Ok...

That's all too weird....

Donna Jean

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Guest sarah f

Ok I am sorry to say I like the twilight series. I can't help it, I think they are good.

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Guest KimberlyF

Ok I am sorry to say I like the twilight series. I can't help it, I think they are good.

Me too... can't wait to see the new one with my wife.

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Guest childofwinter

The only good thing about Twilight is Sarah Clarke, the woman who plays Renee. She's the only one who can act, but even she couldn't make me want to watch that rubbish.

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Guest Sotha

Ok I am sorry to say I like the twilight series. I can't help it, I think they are good.

I liked the books, but I am a firm believer that almost every movie interpretation of another media (esp. books) turns out horrible comparatively, and even if it is okay, it still skews your own interpretation of the series with its own... blah.

I think it's safe to say that I don't plan on watching the movies purposefully.

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Guest Sam_P

I think it's safe to say that I don't plan on watching the movies purposefully.

You make it sound as though there's the possibility of someone tying you down and propping your eyelids open with matchsticks in order to force you to watch it. :P I hope your friends and relatives aren't quite that Twilight obsessed! :lol:

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Guest Zolrek

Sorry, my opinion on Twilight is the following:

Puke2.gif

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Guest Lee-Asher Geo-James

I liked the books. Hated the movie.

I only liked the books... Drum roll pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeee

Because... There was a love story behind it... :blush:

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Milly

Wasn't the love story about a 200+ year old vamp chasing the tail of a highschool minor? Just sayin :D That said, to each their own with what they prefer, I love tons of terrible things. ;)

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Guest Zolrek

I find it creepy that 50% of the fans are house wives. Who knew there was so many female pedophiles?

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Guest Lee-Asher Geo-James

Wasn't the love story about a 200+ year old vamp chasing the tail of a highschool minor? Just sayin :D That said, to each their own with what they prefer, I love tons of terrible things. ;)

I don't think that age matters really. Well in some cases (like under the age of consent and over the age um YUCK...) :P

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Guest Lee-Asher Geo-James

I find it creepy that 50% of the fans are house wives. Who knew there was so many female pedophiles?

:blink:

<-- Didn't know that...

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Guest Cowboy

What the heck people.

What the heck.

*facepalms while tryin not to bust out in hysterical laughter*

Twilight is a love story right?

Maybe he died of heartbreak.... ?

( :lol: roflmfao.)

that wasnt right. lord i apologize. and be with all them starvin Pigmy's over there in new guinea. amen.

:P:lol:

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Guest Conrad

all them starvin Pigmy's over there in new guinea

hahahaha WHATT?? lol the Twilight thing is just sad (in so many ways) but that made me bust out laughing. I didn't even know they had Pygmies in New Guinea :blink:

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Guest Cowboy

hahahaha WHATT?? lol the Twilight thing is just sad (in so many ways) but that made me bust out laughing. I didn't even know they had Pygmies in New Guinea :blink:

yes it worked!! someone laughed at that!! lol

i "borrowed" that joke from larry the cable guy.

he's a f-*catches sight on Conrad's avatar while mid sentence* Hey look! Kitty!

rofl

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Guest Conrad

yes it worked!! someone laughed at that!! lol

i "borrowed" that joke from larry the cable guy.

he's a f-*catches sight on Conrad's avatar while mid sentence* Hey look! Kitty!

rofl

That is a lion, good sir.

Ok, so I really need to watch Larry the cable guy apparently. All my friends quote stuff from it at me and now you too lol. I'm sure it hasn't caused anyone to die, unlike Twilight :rolleyes:

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Guest Angel21

i think twilight is a load of poop

poor guy must of died of boredom

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Guest Cowboy

That is a lion, good sir.

Ok, so I really need to watch Larry the cable guy apparently. All my friends quote stuff from it at me and now you too lol. I'm sure it hasn't caused anyone to die, unlike Twilight :rolleyes:

yeah but lions are awesome predators of nature.

(that and the lion/cougar happens to be my "power animal")

and yes lol watch larry the cable guy. if u die while watchin him its death by funny.

and ive only heard one time ever in my life about someone dyin of laughter.

so u should be ok. lol wink.gif

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Guest RachaelAnn

My wife and I refuse to lower ourselves by seeing any of the twilight series. The last vampire movies that were worth seeing were the Underworld movies and the Vampire Chronicles.

Rachael

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