Question by docblinker: Does anyone else quote movies in conversation?
I’m a 27 year old male from Northern IL. In college all we did was quote movies like Half Baked, and Dazed and Confused, and Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore, Tommy Boy, etc.. And I’m still finding myself to this day wanting to blurt out a specific movie quote when the situation is right.
Two questions, is this purely a generational thing that just started 10 or so years ago?
Do people my age and younger do this EVERYWHERE, not just us bored folks from the midwest?
Answer by Christian J
no, i do not.. i am 18.
it might just be something you think sounds cool, or just a lack of maturity…?
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Question by lukearmy7: Is it worth it to buy old blu ray movies?
I was just wondering if it’s worth it to buy older blu ray movie classics such as Aliens, (whenever that comes out) terminator 2, Braveheart(whenever it comes out) when none of these movies were even shot in HD. I own the dvd’s of these but just find it hard to believe they can change the picture of something thats already been shot years ago with a dinasaur of a camera.
Answer by Regm
I’ve heard that the Blu-ray is amazing on all movies it’s on, but I don’t own one, so I’m not a very reputable source. I would just rent some of the older movies on blu-ray. Judge for yourself whether they’re better quality before you decide to buy
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Question by Teo R: What are some good blu-ray movies& ps3 games that would sound good on a 7.1 1000 watt surround sound system?
I have set-up a ps3(with hd cable) to a 28′ sanyo 1080p lcd tv with a 1000watt 7.1 RCA home theatre system and i want to use it to the fullest, so i’m wondering what movies and games i could get to that.
Answer by Grumpy Mac
Try the new Star Trek movie or Transformers. Any of the Pirates movies are good.
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