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    Remembering the Old Times: The History of JWfan Thread

    Excellent question. JWFan Truth Movement
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    Remembering the Old Times: The History of JWfan Thread

    It's ironic.
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    Remembering the Old Times: The History of JWfan Thread

    Have things gotten so bad we're now reminiscing about TFA and the JP set?
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    Remembering the Old Times: The History of JWfan Thread

    Anyone else remember all the Star Trek quotes?
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    Remembering the Old Times: The History of JWfan Thread

    John Williams or death.
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    Remembering the Old Times: The History of JWfan Thread

    Speaking of Concord, anyone else remember when the E-mail address of some annoyed intern at Concord Records was circulated here and we were all asking her about the Indiana Jones set?
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    Remembering the Old Times: The History of JWfan Thread

    Anyone have the old banner with Superman, Harry Potter, T-Rex etc.?
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    Remembering the Old Times: The History of JWfan Thread

    Anyone else remember all the Indiana Jones set threads?
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    Pixar announces Toy Story 4 coming 2017

    A talking spork? Just goes to show how they can slap any amount of utter bullshit into a Disney movie these days and people will still see it regardless.
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    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Ed Wood Greetings, my friends. Johnny Depp in his best role by far. His sincerity is what makes Ed so endearing. It doesn't matter that they're making crappy movies. The focus of the movie is on Ed himself and his friendships. He's a real guy amid the fakery of Hollyweird. I can relate to characters like Ed and Bela. Struggling, down on their luck and surrounding themselves with weirdos. Nobody gives two fucks for me either, Bela. And I made crappy movies. Ed's line about the fake tombstone and people not noticing tiny details is relevant to this day. People are obsessed over tiny details and forget how to have fun at the movies, filmmakers included. Our beloved long lost Tim Burton, in an era where he could do no wrong, gave us this perfect movie and he even did it without Danny Elfman. He told us the fictional story of Edward D. Wood, Jr., a loving comedic take on it. Probably for the best. It's the culmination of Burton's career.
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    What Is The Last Film You Watched? (Older Films)

    Harry rocking the denim like a magical lumberjack.
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    Rest in peace, Stan Lee, 95, and thank you for the memories

    Welcome, true believers!
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    What Is The Last Score You Listened To?

    CE3K is a good OST.
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    Black Friday! - What do you believe in? - Part 2

    The HP1 bootleg has great dynamic range.
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