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    Philomena just this afternoon.

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    Saw the Hobbit2. (regular screening) It dragged a bit at the beginning but overall I thought it was better than Hobbit1. More action, characters more developed. Some good action scenes. I liked the dragon (Benedict Cumberbatch) and the elves. There were some amusing parts too.
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    The Hobbit- An Unexpected Journey

    I liked it.

    Gonna take my little girl to see the new Hobbit movie this coming week. Looking forward to it!!!

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    Reveal the Path Well done but I would have liked to see more riding and less talking in the movie
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    Being John Malkovich.

    How in Heaven or on Earth did this film get nominated for three Academy Awards? This was something definitely written in an altered-state, absolutely ridiculous and even more that someone is expected to watch it to the finish.

    Spike Jonze - did a internet search about where he's at now, has an upcoming flick about a person who falls into a love-state with someone's computer server somewhere - Title: HER.
    Oh, and for whatever reason Jonze is repeatedly-noted being a friend of Messr. KanyeWest - who cares??? Oh wait - there's drama to be sold by doing that.

    An old issue - Nov. '87 - of a once popular, now non existent, BMX Racing monthly chose to run this for a center-spread ---> Name the last movie you watched-untitled.jpg

    2/3 down near the center of the spread, on the L - if I remember correct some friends who were step-children from the California-Scene in the mid-eighties recall Jonze protesting repeatedly about having to sign this with all the other staff for the Magazine.

    What a twit - I'm so glad that I am not a celebrity, because that's an old Chevrolet Sedan/Stationwagon, and people are not cars. Except George Carlin - he played the VW Bus in the movie 'Cars' so he's the exception to my mantra here.
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    Hobbit part 2 ...good but not true to the story.
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    Adjustment Bureau.

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    Born Yesterday w/Judy Holliday(won an oscar), William Holden, Broderick Crawford,1950. real acting & no modern day "EFFECTS"!
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    American Hustle - havent seen such a great motion picture in a very long time. If Christian and Jennifer dont get Oscars for their performance, i dont know who should. Excellent movie.
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    saw pacific rim on the plane. it sucked just little less than i thought it would. maybe it was Charlie.

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    American Hustle. I think I fell asleep. It was to drawn out.
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    2 widely different opinions of American Hustle up there... gonna have to see for myself.

    Went to the second Hunger Games, was just really a remake of the first with a few tweaks. They could have added a scene to the end of the first one and wound up at the same place they are now: set up for a couple of sequels...

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    2 widely different opinions of American Hustle up there... gonna have to see for myself.
    Deke is really just a p0rn movies connoisseur. He is not into serious stuff. Dont mind him. Gotta see the movie.
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    Name the last movie you watched

    Welcomed in the new year watching Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief with my 10 year old daughter. It was the first time she had stayed up past midnight to see in a new year.

    She's still asleep now

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    2 widely different opinions of American Hustle up there... gonna have to see for myself.
    Probably should, I just found it drawn out, slow and predictable. Also no explosions, chase scenes, or sex, butevery one has different tastes
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    Name the last movie you watched

    While driving cross county for the holidays I watched Battleship. I was expecting it to be terrible and was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't.

    Yes it's a stupid film but if one disengages one's brain it is entertaining enough.

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    While driving cross county for the holidays I watched Battleship. I was expecting it to be terrible and was pleasantly surprised that it wasn't.

    Yes it's a stupid film but if one disengages one's brain it is entertaining enough.
    How does one disengage ones brain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post

    Haint, what are you on mate?
    I soaked a Tampon in Vodka before I watched that Movie - I don't have a working Vagina so... Ohhh boy!!!
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    I soaked a Tampon in Vodka before I watched that Movie - I don't have a working Vagina so... Ohhh boy!!!
    Whether it is working or not it dont matter. Dont let him stop you bro. Keep talking. Pure gold.
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    Re: Name the last movie you watched

    Last night ran in the new year with:
    Weekend at Bernie's.
    Meatballs.
    Weird Science.
    Sixteen Candles.


    I love eighties movies. And yes these were all viewed on dvd.
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    I'm Not There (the film where several actors portray Bob Dylan. Cate Blanchett was awesome as Dylan!)

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    How does one disengage ones brain?
    Don't know. It comes naturally. I have 7 and 10 year olds so it helps to be able to do it quite often.

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    Lone Survivor

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    Pacific rim meh...


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    Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug.

    A few issues, but all in all a worthy middle to the trilogy.
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    The Hobbit 2 ithink they could have easily stuck 1&2 together and still kept it under 3 hours. I liked it but was very drawn out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahza29er View Post
    The Hobbit 2 ithink they could have easily stuck 1&2 together and still kept it under 3 hours. I liked it but was very drawn out.

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    You really don't want to get me started on the issues, the stretched out plot is a consequence of new characters and plot lines that are outside the writings and notes of Tolkien. The Hobbit is what, a couple hundred pages and the LOTR is a 1000 and both get 3 movies? They left out characters for LOTR and added bits for the Hobbit? Seriously, I have to stop now.
    I don't know why,... it's just MUSS easier to pedal than the other ones.

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    Lone Ranger, fun movie.

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    American Hustle. Lot of fun.

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    Took my son and 5 of his friends to see Anchorman 2. A root canal would be more fun than sitting through this movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slow Danger View Post
    American Hustle. Lot of fun.
    Aside from Amy Adams looking truly lustworthy, I was disappointed in American Hustle . . . it was okay, and certainly not bad, but I think I had too high of expectations. I think it was the story line that was just meh, as the acting was really good.

    The last movie I watched, and yes, I know I'm a little late, was The Godfather (for the first time). I enjoyed it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrotus View Post
    Took my son and 5 of his friends to see Anchorman 2. A root canal would be more fun than sitting through this movie.
    When we were at this movie, I had 4 teenagers sitting next to me talking non-stop the entire time. I decided not to ask them to stfup because if they did then I would have to listen to the idiotic dialogue of the movie.

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    ^^ Sounds like the movie is as bad as the Dodge commercials.

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    The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug (For the 2nd time!)
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    Lone survivor. Good movie, lots of action.


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    In my never-ending search for the worst movies evar, I found two gems:
    Permanent Midnight (1998) - IMDb - I kept looking at how much time was left, thinking "N minutes until he ODs"
    Fall: The Price of Silence (2001) - IMDb - directed by Daniel Baldwin, it gives just what you expect

    I also watched Snatch. (2000) - IMDb for about the 4th time, and I'm finally at the point I can understand most of the dialogue
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    Was slow as I figured it would be, still worth a watch.
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    Pacific Rim - utter ****e


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    Lone Survivor. 8/10
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    Quote Originally Posted by moefosho View Post
    Lone Survivor. 8/10
    yup plenty of intensity for 1.5hrs.

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    Man of tai chi 8/10 considering the genre


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    Quote Originally Posted by Isaiah View Post
    I have seen "THELMA & LOUISE" at last weekend. It is a famous travel movie. It is one of my favorite travel movie. In this movie Louise a waitress and Thelma a housewife break out of their everyday ´normal´ life, jump in the ´66 Thunderbird convertible and hit the road. Thrilling story of powerful friendship, topped with clever humour and filmed in the breathtaking scenery of the American Southwest. I want to watch movies during travel. During my tour to washington dc from nyc last month. My friend told me about that movie.
    Hey, now we're getting customized SPAM! And you dickweed I know the story behind Thelma and Louise, so you don't have to recite it. Your friend is an a-hole btw.
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