Member since: Feb 19th, 2006
Nov 24th 2010 9:33PM What a schizophrenic house! Half of it is the nice timber/log house only for some of it to suddenly go drab and modern? That entertainment room is the pits.
Oct 18th 2010 9:51PM I think you missed the point completely. This wasn't two people who only met a few minutes before. These two knew each other for decades and she was ordered to kill him which she tried to do with the three bullets to the chest. He makes note of this to Frank. His gesture was one of love, not machoism. They are at ease with each other all these years later, they don't hate one another which is the usual cliche case when this sort of thing happens. I thought it very sweet and romantic and it did not pull away from the film.
Oct 11th 2010 11:32AM As a diabetic I would love something like this for monitoring my blood sugars without the painful blood pricks I do now.
Oct 4th 2010 11:15PM Bridget Regan, she already proved she can do fight scenes well and she doesn't look like a stick and she's tall not short.
Oct 4th 2010 11:13PM You have got to review "Lost Girl", on Showcase. They have a marathon night this Sunday since it's the holidays up here next week. Would love to see what you think of this Canadian sci fi show.
Sep 10th 2010 8:51PM I would definably say Effy.
Aug 15th 2010 12:57AM That is one gorgeous place. I love log homes and this one is done incredibly well. Much more raw and authentic than most homes. And that ski hill right next to it?
Aug 11th 2010 4:12PM Sorry but that two tone color scheme they have going on is just a big turn off. It's as if they didn't finish the outside look. Not to mention alot of space for doing nothing. Everything is big in Texas.
Jul 30th 2010 10:42PM Ahh yes because the first thing you want to do when you've just been riddled with bullets is to note the time it happened for the report you have to send in eventually. That is if you live. Here's hoping it came with a bullet proof vest.
Jun 13th 2010 9:22PM @Whiffen Agreed, I noticed the warning every time they started a new game that you had to stay within the EYE's sight for it to work. No wonder they just stood there like dummies barley moving. I thought the concept at the beginning was you could take in an entire environment and move within it and it would translate onto the screen. It's nice to look at but it's not any better than the Wii.
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