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Name:
Tim H
 
Date Joined:
June 8, 2008
 
Last Login:
December 18, 2014
 
Profile Views:
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About Me:

Movies.

They are my life.

I'm the kid you called for showtimes @ theaters.

I'm the guy who uses every movie allegory out there to relate to you.

I'm the guy who waited a week in advance for Star Wars tickets.

I'm the guy who saw every major movie premiere opening day for 2 years straight....'98-'00

I'm the guy who took a 1/4 of mushrooms and saw Avatar opening night in 3D.

I'm that guy.
 
Location:
The depths of Mania.com
 
Sex:
Male
 
Occupation:
Movie Maestro
 
Favorite Sci-Fi Movie:
The Fountain
 
Favorite Horror Movie:
The Thing or A Nightmare on Elm Street(og style)
 
Favorite Genre TV Show:
House
 
Favorite Anime:
N/A
 
Favorite Comic Book:
Wetworks....that thing was the bees knees!
 
Favorite Manga, Book, or Graphic Novel:
Hush
 
Favorite Video Game:
Prince of Persia:Warrior Within
 
Must Have DVD:
The Lord of The Rings: The FellowShip of the Ring
 


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violator14 7/16/2009 2:35:36 PM

Yo... movieguy, to answer ur question to me earlier. I'm on some stuff called Super Silver Haze. Some bomb ass cush. and it costs about 55 for an 1/8. haha

hanso 9/13/2010 5:13:41 PM

Yo you really got Hagler's autograph?  That's truth right there man, the guy was legit.  

TheMovieGuy28 6/3/2011 10:46:30 PM

Wow. Shows how much I check this part of my page. I was about to send you a friend request Hanso. hahaha


But yeah, I really got his autograph-twice. I can't remember if I told you this story months ago, but both were at seperate sparring sessions before the Leonard match, in Palm Springs at some outdoor pop-up tent. I can still remember Mona from Who's the Boss and Sylvester Stallone coming in as friends and taking front row seats......now I gotta go bust out my autograph book to make sure I've still got them...

 

yup, first autograph, first page "to Tim, Marvelous Marvin Hagler. Champ & friend, good luck in life '86"

second autograph "Champ Marvelous Marvin Hager. I will Knock Ray out '87"

my dad was (and is) still a huge fan of boxing, never transistioned to the MMA sport. I even have an autograph from some guy named Richie Sandoval, a WBA champ in 81.

of course, none of those autographs compare to the one I got from the Honky Tonk Man. Hewz yeah!

wish 6/18/2011 3:54:43 PM

I meant what I said, your comments I always read in full, and there are a lot of maniacs these days!!!! 

I'm trying to be better at it myself, trying to be respectful even when I don't agree, it's hard but I love this site too much to be the asshole who everyone hates!! haha!  You and I don't disagree too often though!

glad to be friends!

TheMovieGuy28 6/20/2011 9:21:32 PM

I still get a kick out of the fact that as a kid I always picked up Cinescape magazine, and now here I am years later sharing good times and lively discussions with genre peeps.

Ditto to friendship :)

VTGamehendge 6/25/2011 2:23:31 PM

That song you commented on in the Capt. America trailer is called 46 and 2, by Tool.  And that's actually the bass line you were talking about, I think.  It's probably my favorite song of theirs and one of the greatest rock songs ever.  The song title, 46 and 2, actually refers to a human with 2 extra chromosomes, making that person a perfect being.  Attaining almost a God-like state.  So it's kinda the perfect song for that trailer.  Just though I'd share that little nugget with you!

VTGamehendge 6/25/2011 2:25:15 PM

That song you commented on in the Capt. America trailer is called 46 and 2, by Tool.  And that's actually the bass line you were talking about, I think.  It's probably my favorite song of theirs and one of the greatest rock songs ever.  The song title, 46 and 2, actually refers to a human with 2 extra chromosomes, making that person a perfect being.  Attaining almost a God-like state.  So it's kinda the perfect song for that trailer.  Just though I'd share that little nugget with you!

TheMovieGuy28 6/27/2011 12:51:17 PM

Muchos gracias, senor. It's been years since I've been "in" to Tool, and felt dumb in the aftermath for having asked once I knew what it was. I still find lateralus amazing for the whole fibonacci sequence.

Tool. Making amazing albums and scaring old people since 1990 lol

VTGamehendge 6/27/2011 9:07:46 PM

Lol, indeed!  I saw them twice on their 2001 tour.  Richmond, VA and Salem, VA.  They put on a great show.  One of the best parts of their shows is that you encounter people from all walks of life.  I saw punk rockers, metal heads, hippies, rap/hip hop fans, everyone.  Just a great overall experience their shows are.

VTGamehendge 11/12/2011 8:36:17 AM

Meant to tell you I caught A Perfect Circle in D.C. back in July.  Killer show, but I coulda done without the $80 ticket price.  Another great Maynard experience, however.

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