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    The Giver with my wife and 11 yr old daughter. First time we've left my son (8) at home with a sitter while we take our daughter to a PG-13 at the theater. She loved it and my son was happy playing with the sitter.

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    I watched an Anne Frank movie at home. So sad.

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    The Giver. I don't remember ever seeing a movie graphically showing a baby murdered and then dumped down a disposal chute. I suppose an argument could be made that the scene was necessary to understand what was at stake, but I almost walked out right then. Should have made the movie R rated, IMO. I thought the movie was weak overall besides the scene described above, although Jeff Bridges was one redeeming part of the show. Jumbled mess I wish I could purge from my memory. My son read the book as part of a 6th grade assignment a couple years ago. Reading assignments have changed.

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    Just saw 'Frank'... really really good... I highly recommend it!
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    Finally got to watch The Amazing Spiderman 2. Andrew Garfield as Spiderman is growing on me, but I'm still a Toby Macguire fan for that role. Overall, it was entertaining, but far from great.

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    Paul, I got about half way in before I deleted it. Just terrible.

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    Watched some superhero movies over the last couple weeks.
    Guardians of the Galaxy - FANTASTIC!
    Captain America 2 - it was okay. much better than the first one.
    Amazing spiderman 2 - holy plot holes batman. some parts were fun, but the terrible writing, and plot holes ruined it. Also, spiderman is now invincible?
    xmen days of future past - I liked it. again, plot holes, but they made it work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moefosho View Post
    Watched some superhero movies over the last couple weeks.
    Guardians of the Galaxy - FANTASTIC!
    Captain America 2 - it was okay. much better than the first one.
    Amazing spiderman 2 - holy plot holes batman. some parts were fun, but the terrible writing, and plot holes ruined it. Also, spiderman is now invincible?
    xmen days of future past - I liked it. again, plot holes, but they made it work.
    Awesome review. I was watching Cap 2 with my wife and daughter last night, and was complaining the roof scene with my daughter, the dude was wearing a wing jet pack with tee shirt and jeans, what's up with that, unless he's call sign is hot buns it's stupid. My daughter just kept laughing no come back

    Watching the score right now, classic DeNiro.

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    Me and my daughter just watched 'Moonstruck', me and the wife saw it before so wife didn't watch.

    We went to Italy this summer and a month later we went to NYC and and I'm Italian on my fathers side so we thought it was keeping with the theme. Good movie, daughter loved it.

    BTW, my daughter is 15 so she never saw Cher's real face, she was shocked at how she looked in this movie, I agreed.
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    Just did Ratatouille, Frozen and Enchanted with my daughter today, lots of singing, I swear at 5 month, she could understand what's going on. Daddy making fool of himself singing was definitely the highlight of the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    Just did Ratatouille, Frozen and Enchanted with my daughter today, lots of singing, I swear at 5 month, she could understand what's going on. Daddy making fool of himself singing was definitely the highlight of the day
    Its really impressive what those little ones understand about the world around them. Amazing little creatures they are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mookie View Post
    Its really impressive what those little ones understand about the world around them. Amazing little creatures they are.
    I'm pretty sure she could get away plenty with me. I'm looking for a bib apron that said World biggest Sucker!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimi1885 View Post
    I'm pretty sure she could get away plenty with me. I'm looking for a bib apron that said World biggest Sucker!!
    Lol, you're powerless dude! She's the boss.
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    Xmen - Days Of Future Past
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    A Million Ways to Die in the West

    I liked it a lot better than Ted (was too raunchy for me, even being a Family Guy fan)

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    I just watched Bullit again.
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    The Devil's Advocate. Holy cow, young charlize was stunning. Keanu tried so hard... and failed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moefosho View Post
    The Devil's Advocate. Holy cow, young charlize was stunning. Keanu tried so hard... and failed.
    It was still a good movie, or at least I thought it was. Charlize Theron is hot in that movie and Al Pacino played a great devil. I've never been a huge fan of Keanu Reeves though. It doesn't matter what role he plays, he still sounds like a surfer dude which was probably why Point Break was a great movie for him, except that he sounded like a surfer even before he went undercover as one.

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    Serenity.

    A **GREAT** Sci-Fi movie.

    And you don't have to be a fan of Firefly to understand what's going on.

    Sci-Fi as it should be. Too bad it was released at the same time as the disaster that is the recent Star Wars movie.

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    Ip Man. The Last Fight.

    The Ip Man movies that I've seen are a pretty good depiction of what Kung Fu is all about. This one was particularly moving to me, it hit close to home in many scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moefosho View Post
    Guardians of the Galaxy - FANTASTIC!
    ^ This

    Heard from many people that it was a good movie, was still blown away how good. Funnier than most comedies while still rocking solid action sci fi. IMO, strongest work in the marvel franchise to date.

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    Prince of Persia - rerun on TV... Bloody good value

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    Watched Captain America, Winter's Soldier over the weekend. Wasn't as good as the first one and I'm still not sure if I liked it or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakester View Post
    Watched Captain America, Winter's Soldier over the weekend. Wasn't as good as the first one and I'm still not sure if I liked it or not.
    I wasn't too enamored with the first one, so this definitely sounds like a pass.

    Unless Redbox has it, I'd get it just because I've forgotten what winter looks like.
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    A global map of winds. Pretty cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakester View Post
    Watched Captain America, Winter's Soldier over the weekend. Wasn't as good as the first one and I'm still not sure if I liked it or not.
    I saw it when it came out and thought it was better then the first one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deke505 View Post
    I saw it when it came out and thought it was better then the first one.
    I'm not sure why I didn't love the movie. At times, I found myself on my iPad browsing for stuff during the movie, which is something I don't do during a movie that I'm into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakester View Post
    I'm not sure why I didn't love the movie. At times, I found myself on my iPad browsing for stuff during the movie, which is something I don't do during a movie that I'm into.
    I watched the tv show marvels shield which probably helped with the plot. But I thought there was more action in this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by deke505 View Post
    I watched the tv show marvels shield which probably helped with the plot. But I thought there was more action in this one.
    I was excited when the SHIELD started to air on TV, but that didn't last long for me. I watched like 5 episodes and passed on it.

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    12 years a slave... Wow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakester View Post
    I was excited when the SHIELD started to air on TV, but that didn't last long for me. I watched like 5 episodes and passed on it.
    It got better later on in the season
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    12 Years A Slave also.

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    Very good movie. It caught me off guard.
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    I recently watched one of my favorite animated movies which I have on DVD. Heavy Metal:
    Heavy Metal (1981) - IMDb

    I also have the soundtrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shakester View Post
    I was excited when the SHIELD started to air on TV, but that didn't last long for me. I watched like 5 episodes and passed on it.
    I made it to about 4. I got Winter Soldier in my Netflix queue yesterday so I shouldn't expect great things then?

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    The hundred foot journey............outstanding.

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    Oblivion... OMG!! It was sh!t3!
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    One of the funniest movies of ALL TIME.

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    a good buddy cop flick.

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    I watched Bon Cop Bad Cop a few years ago... oui c'est tres bon!

    This evening I'm watching The Amazing Spiderman (2012) on the tube..I like it
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    This evening I'm watching The Amazing Spiderman (2012) on the tube..I like it
    I watched the last several minutes of that last night. The animated special effects just don't do it for me. I'm just picky.

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    Better Off Dead, 80s classic.

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    Posiedon (2005) It lacked the cheese of the original (1972)... including the theme song ♫ There's Got to be a Morning After ♫
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Posiedon (2005) It lacked the cheese of the original (1972)... including the theme song ♫ There's Got to be a Morning After ♫
    Hard to replace Shelly Winters.
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    The new godzilla, it was pretty decent, I expected a little less
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    Just watched Man of Steel over the weekend. It was, overall, a good movie. I liked it. But I'm not sold on Henry Cavill as Superman. I thought Brandon Routh did a great job and his similarities to Christopher Reeve is uncanny. Cavill, at 6'1, just didn't seem as imposing as Routh or Reeves who stands 6'3 and 6'4. Plus the flying in Man of Steel seemed too CGI. The overuse of the supersonic flight.

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    I watched Cowboys and Aliens last night. It was better than I thought it would be. Entertaining for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I watched Cowboys and Aliens last night. It was better than I thought it would be. Entertaining for sure.
    My sister-in-law was an extra and you can see her in a coupled scenes. I liked the movie.

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    Django Unchained
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    Don't remember the title, but it reminded me of a fart.
    Hold my beer and watch this!

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    Watched This Means War on TV. The movie with Chris Pine, Tom Hardy and Reese Witherspoon.

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    Man on Fire

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    I almost said a certain movie and then realized it wasn't the last movie I watched. Back to the drawing board trying to remember what it was. Stay tuned!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I almost said a certain movie and then realized it wasn't the last movie I watched. Back to the drawing board trying to remember what it was. Stay tuned!
    I'll bet it was Star Trek, or Star Wars, or Lord of the Rings, or some other SciFi movie.

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    Re: Name the last movie you watched

    Army of Darkness: so stupid, so great!

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    The Equalizer.

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    Neighbors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brisk Eddie View Post
    Don't remember the title, but it reminded me of a fart.
    Was it Paul Blart:Mall Cop?
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    I just re-watched Napolean Dynamite. Pretty much my favorite movie.

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    Just watched 'Cockneys VS Zombies'... best part was the attempt to get 'Zombie' from Cockney Rhyming Slang... 'Abercrombie (& Fitch)' Crap otherwise...
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    Fight Club.

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    T3. Ya just gotta love the Terminator.

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    Fast times at Ridgemont high... Classic
    Here is the thing about equality, everyone's equal when they're dead. - Gavroche, Les Misérables

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    African Queen with Bogy. A great movie that
    never gets old.

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    American Graffiti last night.

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    Transformers: Age of Extinction.
    I wouldn't **** you, you're my favorite turd.

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    Gone girl. Best movie in recent memory.


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    Neighbors... Decent but not as good as I thought it would be.
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    The last movie I saw was “The Equalizer” starring Denzel Washington. The movie was awesome, Denzel did a good job of playing a vigilante. How I wish there were more equalizer nowadays. Washington has never been more badass.

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    ''GONE GIRL''

    In the end, 'Gone Girl' echoes what experience has taught,
    in that with marriage you think you are getting what you desire
    when in reality you are getting what you deserve...

    7/10

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    True Grit - the original.

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    Rush, and it was.

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    Hey Fishbucket how about when he was on the witness at the trial and they asked him, "what direction were you
    going when you were backing up." Rooster tells him "I was going backwards."

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    Matrix Revolutions... Gallowwalkers next ^^
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    The Family
    Really the same old story about a hardworking Italian American family relocating under the witness protection program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kuhl View Post
    "I was going backwards."
    "I always go backwards when I'm backing up"

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    ^ That's it.

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    As time goes by, Christopher Walken is a actor that I find is getting better and better, both in comedy and in drama. I think he's an under-appreciated talent.
    I watched him last night in "Catch me if you can".
    Terrific performance.

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    Name the last movie you watched

    Big Ass Spider.

    Cheesy, b-movie effects, c-movie acting. It was awesome and hilarious in its awfulness.

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    Gone Girl...okay except for the 2 major flaws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegweed View Post
    Gone Girl...okay except for the 2 major flaws.
    I'm guessing one of the flaws is Ben Affleck, and I'll have to watch the movie to find out what the other one is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thegweed View Post
    Gone Girl...okay except for the 2 major flaws.
    We saw that yesterday as well. Concur on your assessment. Would have liked to see the "Nancy Grace" charactor run over.
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    Expendables II - old Chuck & Jean made me laugh ^^ both got the crazy eye thing going on
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    Re: Name the last movie you watched

    Riddick: great dude movie.

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    Godzilla 2014. Definitely the best Godzilla movie ever.

    Riddick movies are all bad ass.
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    Re: Name the last movie you watched

    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    Godzilla 2014. Definitely the best Godzilla movie ever.

    Riddick movies are all bad ass.
    The second one (if you count Pitch Black) kinda blows!!
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    Watched the latest Godzilla movie last night. Very well made.

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    Automata. Better than I thought, but could have been better. Reminded me of Animatrix: The Second Renaissance Part I

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishbucket View Post
    "I always go backwards when I'm backing up"

    " His Upper lip ! "
    I always liked this quote from the original True Grit, as only John Wayne could deliver -

    "Mr. Rat... I have a writ here says you're to stop eating Chen Lee's cornmeal forthwith. Now it's a rat writ, writ for a rat, and this is lawful service of the same".

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    Quote Originally Posted by deke505 View Post
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    What did you think? It looks okay in the previews.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forster View Post
    What did you think? It looks okay in the previews.
    It was a good ww2 flick. The ending was good
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    Source Code with Jake Gyllenhaal and Michelle Monaghan. Enjoyable movie. Kept my attention trying to figure out what is really going on. Worthwhile.

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    TNMT 2014.

    I really liked the Turtles themselves. The rest.......a big WTF.
    Splinter...meh
    Shredder....hmmmmm
    April....I don't even....
    Origin.......WTF

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    A dark, claustrophobic and foreboding depiction of how the "greatest generation" not only fought against the evil of Nazism, but also the monster within themselves.

    8/10

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