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so we got tickets for this.
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Old 16th May 2011, 15:48   #1442
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The last movie I saw was on my cell phone, it was the remake of Karate Kid. Great high definition quality.
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Old 21st May 2011, 22:34   #1443
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Got "Closed City" from the Redbox Revue... a sorta unknown film about the establishment of the first La Grunta Inn in Maulhattan, MO. It has a funny scene where the main character, Rico, mauls a guy who told him he didn't like his movie.
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Old 23rd May 2011, 01:50   #1445
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The Foreigner

another one of those movies that I've had sitting on an old hard drive for nearly a decade

It was ok and helped pass the time while my wife was at her school's graduation.

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Old 25th May 2011, 11:26   #1446
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The History Boys
I LOVE this movie. I've seen it a few times and think it's wonderful. On Sundance this month.
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Thor

Don't even rent it. Our local theater only has one title at a time and we had free tickets, so it was that or skip. I should have skipped.

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Old 8th July 2011, 20:30   #1448
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I saw Inception. I know, I know it got raves. I, however, didn't care for it..at all. *Two Paws Down*
Yes, the effects were great. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
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Old 13th July 2011, 05:08   #1449
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saw the last x-men one, pretty good, i wish they hadn't focused on magneto as much though and the wolverine cameo was a bit of a low blow.

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The Social Network Loved this movie ...and hated The Character. But it's smartly done. Well worth a watch on Starz.
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Old 19th July 2011, 09:59   #1452
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Wendy and Lucy
This small movie is on Sundance. The end is heartbreaking. But, sometimes being a "hero" means doing the right thing, even if you lose your best friend. *Four Paws Up*
Oh, Lucy is not a Golden...she's just an adorable mutt. Yeah, she's that cute.
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Old 19th July 2011, 13:04   #1453
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^ As a Post Script(since I can't edit) The NY Times Review, which I liked better]
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I can understand why someone would like Wendy and Lucy. It wasn't my cup of tea.
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^ Yeah...I get that. There are a lot of "Wendys" out there, but, very few with the sense to do the right thing for their dog(who she clearly loves) But the end got me. It really did. And I think Williams performance was exceptional.


And the filmmakers gave Lucy(Lu) her proper credit.
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I gave Deathtrap a revisit after a lot of years. The performances of Caine and Reeve are fantastic. Even remembering how most of this worked out, the suspense is still awesome.
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^ I've seen it a few times. I like it very much. It's crafty on many levels.
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Old 21st July 2011, 00:39   #1458
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Every movie I've seen thusfar this year has been a let down.
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Old 21st July 2011, 01:20   #1459
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A Prophet I rewatched this on Starz. It is an amazing movie. Great acting, seamless..directed by Jacques Audiard . Well worth a watch.
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If you haven't seen this, you might like it. And Up In The Air ....
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I saw Inception. I know, I know it got raves. I, however, didn't care for it..at all. *Two Paws Down*
Yes, the effects were great. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
What!?!?!??!?!?!?!

I mean to each their own, and you are certainly entitled to your opinion (which for a matter of record, I happen to respect).

But I do not agree with you at all on this. This movie, in my opinion, is nothing short of sheer brilliance. It's a plain and simple mind fuck on so many levels (literally). I like movies that do that.

I last watched 300 on blu-ray. I'll leave the comments about the movie alone and just comment on the blu-ray (I mean, the movie mindless entertainment at best, just like comic books, from which it was based. What more were you expecting).

The blu-ray quality of this movie blew. Fucking grainy to say the least. A very poor show on this one. You are better off with the dvd. Only reason why I bought it was it was $10. I've got a thing; if I can find a blu-ray of a dvd I have for less than $10 I'll buy it. If not, too bad. This one was a bad gamble.
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^ I didn't get invested in The Characters at all. And they are talented. And Cobb's relationship with his wife...I neither accepted the explaination nor after a bit cared. But, the special effects were mind blowing and the idea of "How to plant a seed of change", that I liked. A lot missing for me, though.
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Just for fun.... A Preview
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Renee and I attempted to watch "It's Complicated" but we couldn't finish it. It just didn't interest us at all. The only reason we had it was because I had ripped it from a family member's dvd a while back.

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Old 30th August 2011, 08:35   #1464
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The last movie that I saw was rio and that was very good movie. I like watching this movie.
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I recently re-watchd Monster Heartbreaking, and unnerving. But I would recommend this movie to anyone adult enough to see it.
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I got Batman, the 1943 serial at the supermarket of all places. The new Columbia release does not redact the racially charged content like the VHS copies from the 80's.

It talks about a government that wisely sent Japanese Americans off to the internment camp...... oh brother....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batman_(serial)

Very camp. Pretty funny. This is one of the best examples of serials of the day. The only one that I think might have been better is the Crimson Ghost.

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Watched Battle: Los Angeles and The Rite the other night. Perhaps it was because I heard such negative things about them and thus did not expect too much, but I thought they were entertaining.
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Watching Omega Man on Netflix. It's a remake of this Vincent Price film.... the Last Man on Earth...



Omega Man has all that really cool 1971 Technicolor flavor. The cars are big block. The zombies sorta get that Manson family flavor. Makes me want to wear zipper boots and bell bottoms. Charlton Heston had already coined "Get your hands off me you dirty ape!". Anthony Zerbe was a perfect psycho. No OPEC yet. Gas was 35 cents. Cars got 7 mpg.
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Old 23rd September 2011, 08:27   #1469
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Netflix has Santa Sangre streaming. This movie is about a 10/10 on the weirdometer and an 8/10 of a movie. If you could deal with A Clockwork Orange then this is a movie for you. Very, very weird.
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The American Excellent. Clooney is perfect, the scenic is beautiful, and it's all well directted. On HBO this month. Give it a look.
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Paranormal Activity 2

Never saw the original or 3. Glad I didn't. This was slow, boring, and not at all scary. It was just a compilation of security cam and handheld cam videos trying to tell a very unoriginal story with little to no talent in the actors, and little or no special effects. It takes the budget feel and annoying camera shake of Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield, but with far less content, money, and creativity.

I had company that somehow liked it, so it would have been rude to shut it off or leave, so there's a couple hours of my life wasted that I'll never get back. Please don't make the same mistake.

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Let Me In Surpisingly good. Read the review and see if this is your cup of blood...er tea. On Starz this month. Skillfully done.
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I had company that somehow liked it, so it would have been rude to shut it off or leave,.
I had the same thing happen to me with Prelude to a Kiss. It's typical Meg Ryan where she is trying to make yet another guy, this time Alec Baldwin, queer.
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Never saw the original or 3. Glad I didn't. This was slow, boring, and not at all scary. It was just a compilation of security cam and handheld cam videos trying to tell a very unoriginal story with little to no talent in the actors, and little or no special effects. It takes the budget feel and annoying camera shake of Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield, but with far less content, money, and creativity.
I saw Paranormal Activity 3. Same review as ted's review for #2.
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I found Conan the Barbarian buried on a hard drive and started to watch it but didn't make it very far before stopping and deleting. It just couldn't seem to capture my attention.

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I never thought Conan was that great either. Watched "Spy Hard". I don't know how I missed this one, but it was pretty funny. Leslie Nielsen as Agent WD40.

One of my favorite bits is nuns with machine guns...

"Make em' Holey sisters!".

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