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  1. auto devis
    auto devis at |

    cash cows lol

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  2. Jerry
    Jerry at |

    You forgot James Bond!

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  3. Ronnie
    Ronnie at |

    Heaven help us, we are all doomed.

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  4. dkanes
    dkanes at |

    Can’t forget the Ender’s game saga

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  5. Raven
    Raven at |

    World War Z is going to absolutely suck if the trailer is any indication. You can’t make a book that detailed into a movie starring Brad Pitt of all people.

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  6. Peter Boucher
    Peter Boucher at |

    I would classify No. 8 Planet Of The Apes as De-Evolution.

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    1. brian
      brian at |

      No such thing

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      1. Peter Boucher
        Peter Boucher at |

        @ Brian. Well, at least we used to have a rock music group called Devo. I used to laugh like hell when I saw their video for their song “Whip It” (quite provocative). Is there a word that would substitute for “devolution” ? Just curious………

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        1. TJrei
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          1. brian
            brian at |

            Did you even read what it says? It is based on ideas that are not what evolution is.

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          2. brian
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            1. Peter Boucher
              Peter Boucher at |

              Devolution (noun) 1). A passing down through successful stages. 2). The passing to a successor of anything such as properties, rights, and qualities. 3). A delegating of authority or duties to a subordinate or substitute. 4). Biological degeneration as distinguished from evolution. From Latin : Devolvere (past particle) Devolutus. See also Devolutionary……Source : The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language. It is a word !!!

            2. TJ
              TJ at |

              Sorry Brian. I really thought the issue was whether or not there was such a thing as devolution, not on what ideas it was or wasn’t based on. In any case, I’m glad the world isn’t based on your opinion. God only knows what other things would blink out of existence.

  7. David
    David at |

    You forgot the Atlas Shrugged franchise. AS 1&2 were released in 2011. Atlas Shrugged III is scheduled for 2013.

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    1. Nick
      Nick at |

      You are possibly the only person in the entire webiverse to actually care about this. I believe the first two movies gained a collective $10 at the box office. And half of that was just from loose change found underneath the theater seats.

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  8. TJ
    TJ at |

    Star Wars.

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    1. Clive
      Clive at |

      +1

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