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Grant

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Re: Iron Sky
« Reply #25 on: November 13, 2012, 08:03:50 PM »
  Just was wondering who all had actually watched Iron Sky?

   I got the DVD just today and thought it was a blast.

Definately a B-movie, but well worth the $12 it cost to get it here.
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Re: Iron Sky
« Reply #26 on: November 13, 2012, 09:22:57 PM »
  Just was wondering who all had actually watched Iron Sky?

   I got the DVD just today and thought it was a blast.

Definately a B-movie, but well worth the $12 it cost to get it here.
I've been waiting for a review before I bought it.
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Re: Iron Sky
« Reply #27 on: November 13, 2012, 11:11:12 PM »
   Okay, a few slow spots, but overall, like I said, a blast.   

There was a few obvious "holes" in the plot here and there, but there are them in far more expensive movies.   The "not-Sara-Palin" was sorta funny, her stairmaster is set up on a mountain lion rug!!! , although her "campaign advisor" just annoyed the heck out of me.     

They coulda done a little better than space zeppelins for german spaceships, but not bad. 

One of the funniest moments
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 If I had one criticism, it was there was alot of unnecessary swearing/cussing.   Not a big deal for me, but their audience could have been greatly expanded, and it did not add one thing to it, in a couple cases it looked like the ubiquitus 4-letter word was somewhat painfully inserted into dialogue....

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