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    " The Way", Emilio Estevez,2010 It is amazing! When I watched it I was really afraid that I wasn't going to like it because I really didn't care for the very beginning. As the movie went on, the acting got so much better. The story is fabulous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Batman vs Superman

    I liked it. The rock 'em, sock 'em, beat 'em up scenes were a bit over board and the bad guy was a bit much but the rest was fun.
    Agree it was so bad it's entertaining.


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    "Steamboat Bill, Jr." with Buster Keaton.
    "Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea."
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    The Brady Bunch Movie, it really holds up.

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    Just watch captain America. It's good but too many things going on. I like it got to watch it again on bluray

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    The 33. Great flick to watch during a thunderstorm (kept us entertained for 2 hrs).
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    Just my 17 year old daughter and I were home last night so we watched 'The Intern'. It wasn't a waste of time I guess.

    Big takeaway for me is Anne Hathaway is pretty hot. I think this is the first movie I've seen of hers and there were quite a few scenes where she had little or no makeup...yowza!
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    Oblivion, a really solid flick

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    The Hateful Eight. Starts slow, and wondered if Quentin Tarantino really did this movie, but then Samuel Jackson starts talking and things get going.

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    I saw the new X-men Apocalypse movie. It was entertaining despite the strong cheese
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvdabeach2001 View Post
    The Hateful Eight. Starts slow, and wondered if Quentin Tarantino really did this movie, but then Samuel Jackson starts talking and things get going.
    I watched that on a flight back from Shanghai last month, pretty good. I liked Django better, but it was pretty solid.

    Rewatched Pacific Rim this weekend, the most fun and original sci fi movie in the last 25 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuncle View Post
    I watched that on a flight back from Shanghai last month, pretty good. I liked Django better, but it was pretty solid.

    Rewatched Pacific Rim this weekend, the most fun and original sci fi movie in the last 25 years.
    I really enjoyed Pacific Rim too. I originally didn't think it would be that good the first time I saw it but it turned out to be a fun sci-fi action movie. Another good one from the same movie season is Battleship.

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    "Deadpool"
    Tons of funny Easter eggs etc.
    Probably not suited for viewers under 13.
    Where they stuck Stan Lee this time... LMAO!
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    Saw Conjuring 2 last night. Really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zomby Woof (MCM700) View Post
    I really enjoyed Pacific Rim too. I originally didn't think it would be that good the first time I saw it but it turned out to be a fun sci-fi action movie. Another good one from the same movie season is Battleship.

    I liked when the cocky brother got yanked out of the thingamajig and got ate at the beginning of Pacific Rim.
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    Deadpool. Good movie.

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    Tenacious D and the Pick of Destiny: so great!

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    some adult type movie
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    Quote Originally Posted by car bone View Post
    some adult type movie
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    The Departed. Pretty good. Can be summed up with 2 words: everyone dies.

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    I almost forgot to mention that for Father's Day, I got the Kung Fu TV series (all 3 seasons) collectors set!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I almost forgot to mention that for Father's Day, I got the Kung Fu TV series (all 3 seasons) collectors set!
    Congrats!
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    Independence Day Resurgence.
    I liked it.
    It has some over the top funny moments and little easter eggs, like a transformer symbol on a military vehicle.
    Jeff Goldblum, Brent Spiner and Judd Hirsch all reprise their rolls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    Independence Day Resurgence.
    I liked it.
    It has some over the top funny moments and little easter eggs, like a transformer symbol on a military vehicle.
    Jeff Goldblum, Brent Spiner and Judd Hirsch all reprise their rolls.
    I had theater tickets reserved for last Sunday but the reviews where so bad I decided to cancel them. Figured I would wait for the Bluray... You must be one of the few that enjoyed it.

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    Zootopia.

    I was watching the grandkids.

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    "Into the White"

    Set in WWII in Norway, a British fighter and a German bomber get into it and manage to shoot each other down. The four man crew of the German bomber, one is dead, one wounded and the other two fine after crash landing. The set off and end up seeking shelter in a remote cabin as a white-out snowstorm is building.

    Meanwhile, the two British guys crash landed less than two miles away, and both are fine after their crash landing. They spend the night in their plane, then set out the next day. They come across the same cabin.

    This is not really a "war" movie at all, so I'm surprised I ended up liking it so much.

    Really good, on Netflix right now for those that have it. Worth a watch.
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    Apparently this trailer was inadvertently shown before a showing of "Finding Dory" -- much to the horror of those who brought their kids.

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    Hey Net, That flick sounds good, especially due to you wright up, Thanks.

    Sausage party looks hilarious, ha.

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    Finally. Got me a copy of the last starfighter. Gotta love the 80's.


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    I remember that, fun flick!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kneecap View Post
    Hey Net, That flick sounds good, especially due to you wright up, Thanks.
    No prob. Wathcit if you have Netflix! Won't regret it.

    A cop movie I watched recently, The Factory, pretty typical cop drama movie, but with a plot twist at the end I really, really really "did not see it coming".
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    Dirty Grandpa. It was hilarious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jjg5647 View Post
    Dirty Grandpa. It was hilarious.
    First one or second one? I've never seen either but I heard the second one sucked.
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    Aubrey Plaza.
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    Cowboy Bebop

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    Ghostbusters!
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    "Race"
    I liked it, although it seems to get bad reviews.
    I'd give it 4 out of 5 stars. It does get a bit slow for a short time, but it is things that need to be shown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    First one or second one? I've never seen either but I heard the second one sucked.
    The new one with Robert DiNero. I didn't know there was another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    "Into the White" ... Worth a watch.
    Good call, watched it last night.

    Did you catch the bit of irony in the epilogue (hint: "Trondheim")?
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    No, I guess I missed that...elaborate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjg5647 View Post
    The new one with Robert DiNero. I didn't know there was another one.
    Well if there was only one that means they were complaining about just the one sucking. I could have swore there was two. I used my Googler entering how many Dirty Grandpa movies there were and a plethora of porn pulled up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    No, I guess I missed that...elaborate?
    Spoiler alert (quote this post to see text):

    Strunk was buried in a German cemetery in Trondheim. Davenport and Smith went back to England and were sent on a bombing raid over Trondheim. They were shot down again but this time Smith was killed -- not exactly over Trondheim so a bit of poetic license there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Spoiler alert (quote this post to see text):

    Strunk was buried in a German cemetery in Trondheim. Davenport and Smith went back to England and were sent on a bombing raid over Trondheim. They were shot down again but this time Smith was killed -- not exactly over Trondheim so a bit of poetic license there.
    I read the text.
    Not worth the watch now.
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    Yeah, you probably wouldn't like this one, DJ. Very little gun fights and 'splosions, for a war movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Yeah, you probably wouldn't like this one, DJ. Very little gun fights and 'splosions, for a war movie.
    I've never been into war movies, too depressing.
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    That's the thing about this movie, it goes against the typical "war movie" theme.

    Maybe you would like it, after all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by the one ring View Post
    Spoiler alert:
    OK, yeah, when you explain it. I suck at "catching" things like that.
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    The Adjustment Bureau. Good flick, but after having to scramble through the Munich Airport just to find out that our tickets were screwed up by United (because they only had 4 hours to fix them after they delayed my flight twice) I wanted to get reset myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I read the text.
    Not worth the watch now.
    Did you skim "Spoiler," "alert" or both?

    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Yeah, you probably wouldn't like this one, DJ. Very little gun fights and 'splosions, for a war movie.
    There was that one "axtion" scene.
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