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    Disney's version of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, With James Mason, Kirk Douglas and Peter Lorre.
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    I used to ride to Win ... Now I ride to Grin

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    Disney's version of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, With James Mason, Kirk Douglas and Peter Lorre.
    Classic!
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    The Internship - I think it will turn out to be the #1 comedy of the summer. Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson tore it up. I was rolling from start to finish. If you loved Wedding Crashers, you'll love this movie (sans naked breasts).
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    This is the End (Seth Rogen, James Franco, etc) Raunchy and multiple lol's.
    It felt very much like watching a live-action South Park movie about the Apocalypse.
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    Gregory Peck in Moby Dick.

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    I watched Parental Guidance with the family, now I'm watching End of Watch.

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    A visiting out of town buddy and myself sat and watched "Monty python and the Holly Grail" last night. Probably the 50th time I've seen it but my absolute favorite.
    Watched the Green lantern tonight. 8/10

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    End of watch is NOT a goodovie to watch when you have a wife in the police academy!

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    Man of Steel.

    Superb cast. I like the exposition of Clark and the use of flashbacks. The battle scenes for me though got silly and tiresome. And why is it that when the city is being destroyed all around them, people just watch? There were stupid plot annoying inconsistencies like this that drag the film down to a 6.5/10 for me. It had potential to be awesome, but the Hollywood tendency to get over excited with making things go boom, unfortunately knocked a couple of stars off for me.

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    Watched Hunger Games last night. I hadn't really wanted to watch it, but my wife was told it was great. Kind of wish I hadn't... I slept fitfully and dreamed of having to fight and kill some rather young kids to stay alive myself. I didn't need that.
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    Ummm Bigfoots wild weekend and some other just as bad low budget movie on netflix OMGF were these bad. How do people get money to make these bad movies, the bigfoot movie looks like it was filmed with a gopro with just random campers LOL I can't really say I watched the whole thing 15 minutes was all I could take.

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    Broken City
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    Glory. One of my favorites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    This is the End (Seth Rogen, James Franco, etc) Raunchy and multiple lol's.
    It felt very much like watching a live-action South Park movie about the Apocalypse.
    Went to see this yesterday. Very silly but very funny! In a silly way...
    It's all Here. Now.

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    Not suitable for children
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    World War Z

    I could actually hear the breathing of the person sitting beside me quicken during the suspenseful scenes. I thought he was going to have a heart attack.

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    Billy Madison, it's a classic
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    Name the last movie you watched

    Watched Dogma last night. It's been many many years since I watched it last. I'd forgotten what a great and wonderfully sick (as in its humor) film it is.

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    "Just Go With It" with Adam Sandler, Jennifer Aniston and Nicole Kidman.
    LOTS of great bathing suit scenes. 8/10

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    Name the last movie you watched

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    Name the last movie you watched

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    Django. The D is silent. 9/10

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    I think the 'Black Widow' would make a great mountain bike rider.

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    World War Z
    Nice addition to the zombie apocalypse genre. 8/10

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    Apocalypse Now. Two nights in a row Iíve attempted to watch it all the way through, but I keep falling asleep- perhaps Iím not drinking enough beer. I first saw this movie in late 1979 at the age of nine, and it sort of freaked the crap out of me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyCapps View Post
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    Any good? It looks kind of cheesy in the previews.

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    The Hobbit. I think Galadrial would make a good single track rider.

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    In the name of the father
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    Soundtrack is amazing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    Apocalypse Now. Two nights in a row Iíve attempted to watch it all the way through, but I keep falling asleep- perhaps Iím not drinking enough beer. I first saw this movie in late 1979 at the age of nine, and it sort of freaked the crap out of me.
    The version floating around these days is "Apocalypse Now Redux" and I suspect that's what you were trying to watch. I really liked the original version but I have not made it through Redux yet either. Its a much longer version of an already long movie and it just takes too much effort to watch the whole thing now. Plus the new scenes in Redux don't do anything to enhance the film, I honestly don't know why Coppola decided to do this to the original. I say leave good enough alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nwbikur View Post
    The version floating around these days is "Apocalypse Now Redux" and I suspect that's what you were trying to watch. I really liked the original version but I have not made it through Redux yet either. Its a much longer version of an already long movie and it just takes too much effort to watch the whole thing now. Plus the new scenes in Redux don't do anything to enhance the film, I honestly don't know why Coppola decided to do this to the original. I say leave good enough alone.
    I watched the original release version back in the Betamax days of the early 1980s, but I was a young lad at the time and donít remember the whole movie.
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    I watched a movie on showtime last night called- V / H / S. I don't know what to think about it.
    I'm sick of all the Irish stereotypes, as soon as I finish this beer I"m punching someone

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    Deja Vu, with Denzel, slick story.

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    Mr Bean's Holiday (2007) on CBC this evening... it wasn't his best work
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    A movie so bad I dont even wanna talk about it. ("She's Crushed")
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    Man of Steel. Pure awesomeness.

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