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    Looper

    Terrific Sci-Fi genre for 2012.

    The makeup job on Gordon-Levitt was awesome. It only served to solidify is already great performance, and ability to land the Bruce Willis mannerisms
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    This week I rented Prometheus (really liked it) and The Dark Knight Rises (it was OK).

    Heading out with a buddy to see Django Unchained tonight.
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    Yeah I was a bit disappointed with The Dark Knight Rises. The Dark Knight was so much better.
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    The Adventures of Tintin (streamed from Amazon Prime). It was entertaining.

    My dog watched most of it with me and tried to jump through the TV after Snowy at the end

    I'm disappointed (but not really surprised) by the negative reviews on The Hobbit.
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    Jack Reacher (2012) - IMDb Pretty good flick IMO. Kind of like "Shooter" if you have seen that.
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    Dark Knight Rises. I still think it could have been better. Maybe a different villain like Dr Freeze. Seems they left the ending open for another Nolan Batman movie although Nolan says this one was the last one.
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    The Campaign. Good story, just too much foul language and useless sex related jokes.
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    Miracle.

    About the 1980 USA Olympic hockey team. Frickin awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marpilli View Post
    Heading out with a buddy to see Django Unchained tonight.
    And? How was it? I generally like Tarentino films and this one could be good, but it could also TOO Tarentino'd if you know what I mean.

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    Jack Reacher (2012) - IMDb Pretty good flick IMO. Kind of like "Shooter" if you have seen that.
    As a mental health professional, I adamantly boycott anything with Tom Cruise in it. Shame too because I generally dig his genre of film, but I just can't bring myself to support him with how publicly he's denounced my profession.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Looper

    Terrific Sci-Fi genre for 2012.

    The makeup job on Gordon-Levitt was awesome. It only served to solidify is already great performance, and ability to land the Bruce Willis mannerisms
    I REALLY liked this movie until the last 60 seconds. The story line was fabulous and they could have done even more with it, but man they really cheaped out on the finish.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OO7 View Post
    And? How was it? I generally like Tarentino films and this one could be good, but it could also TOO Tarentino'd if you know what I mean.



    As a mental health professional, I adamantly boycott anything with Tom Cruise in it. Shame too because I generally dig his genre of film, but I just can't bring myself to support him with how publicly he's denounced my profession.
    Well, I watched it online for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    Well, I watched it online for free.
    Now that I can support!
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    Taken 2 in theatre ... don't watch it
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    Quote Originally Posted by OO7 View Post
    Now that I can support!
    Pirating movies? Seriously, actors/directors make how much money? I'm sure a couple links on the webs isn't going to turn them into bums that live on the street.
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    Celebration Day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch3637 View Post
    Pirating movies? Seriously, actors/directors make how much money? I'm sure a couple links on the webs isn't going to turn them into bums that live on the street.
    Only his movies . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by OO7 View Post
    And? How was it? I generally like Tarentino films and this one could be good, but it could also TOO Tarentino'd if you know what I mean.
    If you're a fan of Tarantino, you'll like this movie. I've seen the Kill Bill series, Pulp Fiction, and Inglorious Basterds multiple times each. I thought Django Unchained was f'ing awesome. I will see it again.

    I watched Looper tonight (thanks, Hutch!) and thought it was very good.

    I've caught up on a lot of my list this vacation.
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    i just got back from watching The Hobbit. I think it was a awesome movie and I really enjoyed it.
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    the avengers (2012).

    awesome CGI!
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    Django Unchained

    I liked it (I've seen all QT's movies ). Christoph Waltz smashed it (He is now my favorite actor), Dicaprio and Sam Jackson were also amazing

    There were some unsettling scenes and good amount of comedic relief for balance
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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Django Unchained

    I liked it (I've seen all QT's movies ). Christoph Waltz smashed it (He is now my favorite actor), Dicaprio and Sam Jackson were also amazing

    There were some unsettling scenes and good amount of comedic relief for balance
    Cristoph Waltz really impressed me in Inglorious Basterds. I thought he stole the show in Django Unchained. Did you see Don Johnson in the movie? I don't think the white suit was an accidental wardrobe decision (re: Miami Vice).
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    Quote Originally Posted by marpilli View Post
    Cristoph Waltz really impressed me in Inglorious Basterds. I thought he stole the show in Django Unchained. Did you see Don Johnson in the movie? I don't think the white suit was an accidental wardrobe decision (re: Miami Vice).
    Don Johnson was unrecognizable!

    The characters like the hillbillies and slaves were great! So many actors in minor parts were well acted characters

    I watched the credits and recognized Ted Neely! ... he played Jesus in Jesus Christ Superstar
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    Bridge on the River Kwai came on the TV today.... Couldn't change the channel!!!

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