LoneWolfArcher

LoneWolfArcher

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440 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - In Memoriam: Andrew Br... · 0 replies · +5 points

Please please please please someone please tell me this is a bad dream and when I wake up again tomorrow Andrew will be alive and well. I am devastated.

However, I will do what Andrew would want: continue to fight the big media establishment left with every breathe in my body.

FOR ANDREW!!!!!!!!

484 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - First Look: Julianne M... · 0 replies · +4 points

Do it. It is a very good watch. Despite the low budget it is a quality film, well acted. The writing is solid. And it stays very true to Part I in the book.

484 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - First Look: Julianne M... · 3 replies · +22 points

Skip this. Do yourself a favor and use the time to go see Atlas Shrugged.

488 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - Jon Stewart DESTROYS O... · 0 replies · +5 points

Like or hate him (I lean toward the latter), that was good.

488 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - First Look: 'Atlas Shr... · 0 replies · +6 points

I CANNOT WAIT.

America needs this movie.

489 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - EXCLUSIVE: 'Red Dawn' ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Rather than pay to see this, I will pop the original into the DVD player to watch it. For the billionth time. I love the original. And don't forget, it has Charlie "Winning" Sheen in it!! :)

489 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - Interview: After Dropp... · 1 reply · +5 points

YES! THANK YOU! I was trying to think of who he looked like. Dead ringer for an anorexic Tommy Chong!

489 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - Interview: After Dropp... · 4 replies · +12 points

Seems to me that the best way to get a greater grasp of the Gospel is to study the Word of God. But then I am weird like that.

489 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - Interview: After Dropp... · 0 replies · +5 points

Add me to the "liked Evan Almighty" as well. Despite the overtly environmental message, it was a well done film and showed a little of what the real Noah must have had to go through.

489 weeks ago @ Big Hollywood - Interview: After Dropp... · 1 reply · +25 points

Yeah I will pass as well. It amazes me when a person turns inward during a traumatic event instead of outward. Shadyac's accident would have caused me to draw closer to God, not further away. Chomsky?? SERIOUSLY???