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    I am currently watching My Cousin Vinny.
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    Vinny is a classic. I love that movie....

    Watched Fast and Furious 6 this afternoon. It was good, might be worth seeing a second time in the theater.

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    Watched the Gold Rush (1925) on TVO this evening. Brilliant masterpiece

    I have a few friends that saw fast and furious 6 and they say it is fun and ridiculous! I'd like to see it

    I saw fast and furious tokyo drift a few years ago when it opened in theatres... I was the only female in the audience!
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    Killing Them Softly. Really enjoyed it. Slow pacing, which is rare in today's movies.

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    I started watching that movie expecting a lot more action, so I was very disappointed at the slow pace and turned it off. Not that I need action to stay interested, I just had expectations that weren't met, something I usually try to avoid when watching any movie....

    Bullet to the Head - The new Stallone movie. It lived up to its name, there were a lot of bullets to heads. Good for 90 minutes of senseless killing.
    The International - Crime drama with Clive Owen and Naomi Watts. It was alright.
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    1946's "The Best Years of Our Lives". Probably one the best movies ever made imo.

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    My wife persuaded me to go see Gatsby... hmmm... not up to much.
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    Just watched The Quiet Man. One of John Wayne's best. Great reminder of how films can be funny without being foolish.
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    "The Lincoln Lawyer" Always good to see Marisa Tomei showing off that stuff she never lost.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirty $anchez View Post
    1946's "The Best Years of Our Lives". Probably one the best movies ever made imo.
    +1. I watched a bit of it maybe 8 years ago on cable, then bought it on DVD from Amazon so I could see it all. Excellent story. Who would of thought that you could make a good movie without filling it with T&A, violence, and cursing.

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    Ended up watching "Silence of the Lambs", "Hannibal", and "Red Dragon" over the weekend thanks to hubby wanting to watch them. Also watched "A Monster in Paris"..French animated movie.

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    Undercover Brother
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    Epic-

    Which was good.... Just not so epic.
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    Harold & Kumar, all 3 of em.
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    In Bruges with Colin Farrell, British black comedy film, I really enjoyed it.

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    Sonicsgate - The story of how the city of Seattle got screwed by the NBA and elected officials.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jd99 View Post
    In Bruges with Colin Farrell, British black comedy film, I really enjoyed it.
    If you liked 'In Bruges', check out 'The Guard' with Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle. I guarantee it will tickle yer fancy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    If you liked 'In Bruges', check out 'The Guard' with Brendan Gleeson and Don Cheadle. I guarantee it will tickle yer fancy!
    Just read a snipit on this and will be sure to check this one out soon , thanks!

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    Walkabout

    It truly is amazing; recommended to all.

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    Star Trek 5 - The Final Frontier
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    The Public Enemy (1931) - IMDb

    The Harder They Fall (1956) - IMDb

    Stuck inside a rental cabin Sunday during a downpour, it had Turner Classics
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    Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore. Still amusing, though not quite as funny as they used to be. Tonight I will probably watch Waterboy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshh View Post
    Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore. Still amusing, though not quite as funny as they used to be. Tonight I will probably watch Waterboy.
    Thanks for the suggestion. Adam Sandler night!

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    The Exorcist, The Version You Haven't Seen

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    21 and Over - Kind of a weaksauce mix of Project X and The Hangover.
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    Name the last movie you watched

    Watched Life of Pi last night. Liked it a lot.

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    +1 on Life of Pi. The first part was a little slow for me but it kept getting better.

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    Name the last movie you watched

    The Purge. Okay but ended short. Date loved it and held my arm the whole time so worth it


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    Waterboy and Big Daddy.

    I tried to watch Life of Pi a while back, but the extremely long opening scene completely turned me off from wanting to watch it.
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    American Psycho, great movie, alot of dry humor.
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    Practical Magic. It was on late and I couldn't sleep... it put me to sleep
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    Two Harry Potter movies with the kids. Call me a kid at heart but I still enjoy watching them and reading the books.

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    Name the last movie you watched

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    Two Harry Potter movies with the kids. Call me a kid at heart but I still enjoy watching them and reading the books.
    You're a kid at heart!

    Nothing wrong with that though. I'm 42 and enjoy the movies and books as well. Also it helps to have a 10 year old who is Potter mad and was at Muggle camp last week

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    Star Trek Into Darkness. Great movie.
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    Went to see new superman last night with youngest. Bout time they did a superman movie right!!! Was a fun watch.

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    Just watched Hansel & Gretel Witch Hunters Jeremy Renner and Gemma Arterton
    As expected, they chase witches. Enjoyable summer popcorn movie.
    Not for kids, I expected something along the lines of the Brother's Grimm, it's more gore and adult appropriate language. Not too gratuitous but enough. I'd watch it again.
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRingGrinder View Post
    Went to see new superman last night with youngest. Bout time they did a superman movie right!!! Was a fun watch.
    I've heard good things about Superman

    Singlesprocket and I are seeing it tomorrow

    This evening I watched The Hospital (on TVO Saturday Night at The Movies) 1971 George C Scott: good film
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    Safe Haven. I shouldn't admit this, but I've watched it about a dozen times in the last week. Can't help myself. Seems I've fallen in love with Julianne Hough. The little girl that plays Josh Duhamel's(Alex in the movie) daughter is impossibly cute as well.

    The above 'review' of Hansel and Gretel is a bit generous, to say the least. IMO, of course.

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    Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation (1994) - IMDb

    With Matthew McConaughey and Renee Zellweger, good for a laugh
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    Man of steel. Was a little slow to start but good.

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    Watched Superman/Man of Steel

    It has a more serious tones than previous versions and it manages to make Superman someone that people can empathize with - themes of adoption, alienation, loneliness and a lot of Christian/Christ imagery dominate the film (not always in subtle ways - but still quite effective).

    The supporting characters are very good: Michael Shannon (he needs to be added to the best villain thread), Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Russell Crowe.

    The battles are good and I like the use of flashbacks to tell the story and explain supermans struggle with moral codes. Very entertaining
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    Tucker and Dale Vs. Evil

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    Saw Frances Ha last night. It was OK, but makes me wonder if a movie that really tells no great story is relevant? It was well-made tho, well-written and well filmed, with good characters, but just left both of us a little cold and unfulfilled...
    Perhaps we should have gone to 'Man of Steel', but my wife once worked with Michael Shannon and says he's a d'bag, so we probably will not go to that one any time soon
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    ugh, "this is 40"

    it should have been titled "this is the most whiney and depressing movie ever"

    some mild humor and there was bicycles, if you like road bikes
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Watched Superman/Man of Steel

    It has a more serious tones than previous versions and it manages to make Superman someone that people can empathize with - themes of adoption, alienation, loneliness and a lot of Christian/Christ imagery dominate the film (not always in subtle ways - but still quite effective).

    The supporting characters are very good: Michael Shannon (he needs to be added to the best villain thread), Kevin Costner, Diane Lane, Russell Crowe.

    The battles are good and I like the use of flashbacks to tell the story and explain supermans struggle with moral codes. Very entertaining

    I saw it last night and agree. It is a really good movie. Had a blast and will see it again with my brother tomorrow.
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