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    Taxi Driver. Not my favorite Deniro movie, but better than I remembered. You talkin' to me, cause I don't see no one else.
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    Baby Driver - first 80% awesome, last 20% was disappointing for me.

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    13 Minutes.

    So good, and a true story.
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    Never seen it? DJ!!! better late than never


    Yeah, I'll need a good laugh one of these days.

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    I recently started reading The Girl on the Train and since, found a site my computer can stream the movie. So I read some then watch some.

    Kinda goofy (I know), but I can't let the movie spoil the book for me. I'm down to about 30 pages so I think I'll start the movie from the top this time - later today when I'm done with the book.
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    I could not get through that movie. It bored me to tears.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OscarW View Post
    I meant the spoiled brat generation who feels entitled to everything without putting an effort in. Perhaps I wasn't clear enough?
    When you realize that generations are the product of how they were raised by the generation before them...ofukk

    Anyway the last movie I saw was about three weeks ago and it was The Big Lebowski. Awesome flick. Could probably watch it again today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phillbo View Post
    I could not get through that movie. It bored me to tears.
    The book has held my interest but it's getting slow where it should be picking up. I got it at the thrift store for a buck or two mostly because I knew I'd eventually see the movie version.
    In the Middle Ages, the biggest mistake was not putting on your armor because you were 'just going down to the corner.'

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    Hitman Agent 47... Was a bloody good flick ^^

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    I just got to see Ghost In The Shell 2017

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    I caught 3/4 of "The Green Inferno" the other night. I haven't slept good since. Getting chased by a herd of human cannibals is not my thing.
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    Harry Potter and order of the Phoenix

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    The DreamWorks Animation's The Boss Baby.
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    "What Happened to Monday". Not perfect, but a clever concept and a good execution. I like Noomi Rapace and of course Willem Dafoe never disappoints.

    The short version according to IMDB: In a world where families are limited to one child due to overpopulation, a set of identical septuplets must avoid being put to a long sleep by the government and dangerous infighting while investigating the disappearance of one of their own.

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    Blade Runner 2049

    This was really good. Lots to think about, but it's a very worthy sequel. Loved the visuals and the sound
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    Watched the Mummy...kinda meh and I like most of Cruise's movies. Felt like a cross of Night at the museum and poor man's Indiana Jones. I've see worse but nothing to write home about. 5/10


    I saw the devil - one of the best Korean revenge flicks there is. Super violent but really really good. Subtitled. 8/10

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    I watched Bordertown last night, a 2006 Jen Lopez, Martin Sheen, Antonio Bandaras movie.
    It was as expected, so so acting and a grim story yet based on the realities of things in Juarez. Murders, mass graves, Politics, economics, NAFTA, and cover-up.
    In the Middle Ages, the biggest mistake was not putting on your armor because you were 'just going down to the corner.'

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    Not much into immature young male comedy, but damn this is funny.

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    Only The Brave

    For anyone wanting to reach deep down to the pit of your emotions i highly suggest seeing this film.
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    Is that the sequel to Thor: Ragnarok?

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    The imitation game good movie.

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    The imitation game good movie.

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    Didn't like the ending. Really sad that someone who was that important to his country was cast aside by his countries legal system.
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    Rocky

    Still my favorite.

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    Stuck on planes going back and forth to Shanghai. Nothing to do but watch movies. Ended up watching guardians of the galaxy 2, Spiderman homecoming, The transformers movie, some comedy with Will Ferell called the House, Baby Driver, Dark Tower, Fist fight, Ghost in the Shell, King Arthur, King Kong Skull Island, Spider man homecoming, the big sick and Pirates of the Caribbean (the last one). I probably even watched more but can't remember. I would rank the big sick the best, followed by Spiderman, King Kong second and maybe the Pirates of the Caribbean. The rest were poor even in a tired state.

    The big sick is great and holly hunter is one attractive lady.
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    Iron Man 3.
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    Lately, been catching movies in parts kind of like reading a book. Some here and there then on to other projects or taking a short break from chores etc....

    Mechanic: Resurrection

    Not quite to the end yet but just a few minutes left yesterday when I had to get to some time-sensitive things. As long as I get the oomph-factor from my sound system with some of the action scenes or special effects, I can handle a so-so movie or be fairly forgiving if the intensity, big effects or pleasant scenery is part of it. This one covered the bases minimally.

    Also got to the close of Longmire S6. That's been an enjoyable series for me !
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    Lady Bird.
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    Lady Bird was great. Not sure it warranted 100% reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, but a very good movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Not sure it warranted 100% reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, but a very good movie.
    imma bit leery of that rating as well.
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    Ready for some laughs at Jeff Lebowski. Seen it before but my attention span wanders with comedy genre. Caught the first bit of it last evening with a snack break up to the money drop and the incessant phone ringing.
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    After much anticipation, I took my dad to see The Last Jedi today.
    The writing, directing and choreography are all so incredibly bad that I'm kind of in disbelief of what I just watched. It's like they took a really crappy first cut, full of scenes that should have been deleted because they didn't fit, work or make sense and played it, and I'm still waiting to see the real finished movie...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OwenM View Post
    After much anticipation, I took my dad to see The Last Jedi today.
    The writing, directing and choreography are all so incredibly bad that I'm kind of in disbelief of what I just watched. It's like they took a really crappy first cut, full of scenes that should have been deleted because they didn't fit, work or make sense and played it, and I'm still waiting to see the real finished movie...
    I haven’t seen it but I’m not surprised. There’s absolutely no incentive to try any harder since the fans are already crazy about it. I drove pass my local theater the line was already around the block in a 60* weather. I’ll wait and watch it on Netflix.

    Moving on, I just binged Westworld, it was interesting and crazy, typical of Michael Crichton writing. It became mind blowing in the last episode where the genius of the series was revealed. My wife just started I’ll wait till she’s done to talk about it with her.


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    brother sun & sister moon.

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    Simple. What was the last movie you watched.

    Last movie I watched was Disney's Brave.
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    Christmas Day we watched Star Wars the Last Jedi. It was a good holiday movie. I liked that one of the characters became vegan ... 'nuff said
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    The Last Jedi on Christmas eve. I liked it. I've never been particularly impressed by any of the Star Wars movies, beyond that they provide enjoyable entertainment, so I went into it without high expectations. It actually delivered better than I expected it would.

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    Saw the Disaster Artist last week. Highly recommended! Very funny, with a touch of sads. True story too...
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    Golf to set the last jedi after the Utah game

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerc View Post
    Saw the Disaster Artist last week. Highly recommended! Very funny, with a touch of sads. True story too...
    I want to see that one. It's playing in only a few theatres right now

    I also want to see the Shape of Water
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    War for the Planet of the Apes.
    I enjoyed it.
    I think there were some Apocalypse Now moments/easter eggs.
    Definitely easter eggs referencing the original ape movies.
    I suspect there was also a tribute to the Great Escape. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    I want to see that one. It's playing in only a few theatres right now

    I also want to see the Shape of Water
    Yeah, limited release here too, but we got lucky when they put it in a local place that is the most unlikely to show something like that!
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    I saw this movie on Netflix called "Here Alone". It was a type of zombie movie and I really don't care about zombie movies but I liked this one because it was more about these survivors and their stories which they flashed back to. It wasn't just flesh eating zombies all the time with blood and gore. And they really weren't "living dead". They were more easily killed with a bullet. But as usual it was caused by a virus.
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    I can't believe I've never seen this one. LMAO

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    Point Break—so rooting for Bodi—Johnny Utah was such a phony and a slave to the man.

    Rocky, Rocky II, and Rocky III Love the Rocky franchise but found this video that sums up all of Rocky III in under 5 minutes. Probably applies to al of them?

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    Logan lucky, wierd movie.

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    Airport 77, movie I'd always wanted to watch, but had never seen more than a couple of minutes since it came out, finally got to see all but the firs few minutes...haha riveting stuff. OK lame 70's disaster drama, but I loved it.
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    My parents see a lot of movies at the theater but I hardly go anymore. Just like the simplicity/convenience of viewing at home and not too wound up about seeing things right away.
    When the folks come out here to CO for a visit, we almost are guaranteed to see a movie though and I enjoy the theater experience. We just seen The Greatest Showman and enjoyed it. Did the on line ticket, reserved seats and power recliners, very nice and surprisingly reasonable.
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    Not the last movie I saw, but if you can find 'The Florida Project' check it out.

    Last movie was "All The Money In The World" which was only 'inspired by true events' or something. It was a really good movie, but if you do a little googling of what really happened...whoa! The story of the Gettys itself is amazing but what happened to the one that got kidnapped and what happened to him after I can't even put into words.
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    California Typewriter, interesting.

    You can also watch it and in many places swap typewriter with bike, and computer/word processor etc with ebike, and it still makes sense.
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    I finally got to see "Blade Runner 2049" last week.

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    Highly recommended.


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    "The Founder" - The story of Ray Kroc and how he 'owned' the real McDonald brothers.

    Pretty interesting.

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    DJ, that trailer looks pretty good...gonna check that one out.
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    A Ghost Story. It was actually an interesting, if not too obscure look into the idea of legacy and impact a person can leave on the world. It has Casey Affleck though, so you can't hear his part of the dialogue.

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    Anybody see this one? I just caught the pool scene and it was pretty amazing. From the trailer I'm going to have to catch the whole thing some time. Most but not all of the pool scene starts at :36.

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    I watched "Bright" recently and enjoyed it. Not a fan of Will Smith or cop movies, but this fantasy/cop movie mash up was entertaining. Not without faults, but I enjoyed the little details that made this world of humans, orcs, and elves kinda believable. Critics hated it and the audience seem to either love it or detest it.

    Also watched Bladerunner 2049 for the second time. Great in every aspect. Even if you don't like science fiction, you will appreciate the visuals, the atmosphere and the plot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Anybody see this one? I just caught the pool scene and it was pretty amazing. From the trailer I'm going to have to catch the whole thing some time. Most but not all of the pool scene starts at :36
    Ive seen it, its OK, there is 3 Mechanic movies I think.
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    Joan Didion, the Center Will Not Hold on Netflix. Really interesting doc about the life and work of the writer. Well worth a watch to learn more about this fascinating woman.
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    Lego Batman!

    ...I'm an adult, I swear!

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    I recently saw "Sausage Party" on Netfilx. It's got some goo laughs in it.http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1700841/...?ref_=tt_ov_vi

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmg71 View Post
    Ive seen it, its OK, there is 3 Mechanic movies I think.
    Yeah I'm not usually into those high action impossible to life movies. But that pool scene was certainly a clever and somewhat possible action scene. Intrigued me to want to see the whole movie.
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    Lady Bird.
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    Lady Bird was great. Not sure it warranted 100% reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, but a very good movie.
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    imma bit leery of that rating as well.
    Saw it with my wife and daughter a couple nights before daughter went back to college which was fitting. Good, but not 100%.
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    Chuck, good movie about a boxer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Anybody see this one? I just caught the pool scene and it was pretty amazing. From the trailer I'm going to have to catch the whole thing some time. Most but not all of the pool scene starts at :36.

    Yeah, that was a pretty good action flick, seen a few weeks ago. I enjoy the Transporter one's too.

    Clear History was good fun to watch.

    Godless on Netflix is pretty entertaining too.
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    I was surfing television channels and came across an old movie. It had just started fifteen minutes prior. It took me just two minutes to relalize it's the same story line as the Revenant. I didn't know The Revenant was a re-make.

    Man in the Wilderness was the first one.

    It won many awards and from what I'm seeing it's as good as the Revenant.

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    Expendables 3, for some reason I can't NOT watch any of the Expendables movies when I see them on.

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    Watching Season 2 of The Crown.

    I enjoy it when my wife and I have a common interest in something on tv. We watch a few shows or series together through a years tme.
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    Specter.

    I've never fallen asleep during a Bond flick before...
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    Anybody seen this one? Just wondering because I haven’t and it looks good. Worthy?

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    Unfortunately, the wife and I wasted a good portion of our kid free evening last night with "The Circle". Had all the development of a 1990's Trek FS bike (that's NONE BTW...).
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    Just watched this, the Hunt for the Wilderpeople. Good stuff! A whole lottta belly laughs!

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    I have seen a bunch of movies lately! Having Moviepass for $9.99 with unlimited theater passes is really insane but I love it.

    Coco- really good animated flick. Reminded me of the Book of Life which was really good too with good music.

    The Greatest Showman - we loved this. Good music and funny.

    Happy Death Day - campy horror but not bad at all. Good popcorn $1 flick from RedBox.

    Jumanji - better than I expected - good parts from the rock and Kevin Hart.

    The Foreigner - Jackie Chan and pretty good! Darker and more violent than his normal movies.

    Brawl in Cell Block 99 - done by same guy that did Bone Tomahawk which was cringe gorey but GREAT. This had Vince Vaughn in darker drama roll but not bad at all.

    Others worth a watch: American Assasin, American Made, Kingman 2 and Jungle (based on true story)

    Did not care for: Atomic Blonde, Killing Gunther or Jeepers Creepers 3.

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