What was the last movie you saw?

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TechnoBill Freakazoid
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Disney's Tangled
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Hot Tub Time Machine

Meh.

I liked Tangled better.
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Metacell Chocolate Brahma
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Captain America. Like all the superhero movies this year, was very good and completely delivered. The theater troupe sequences pumped it up an artistic notch.
justine Elitist Beer Lover
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Horrible Bosses. I'm so glad i didn't buy it. Once was definitely enough.
Braking dawn part 1. Not bad a little slow to star, can't wait for part 2
TechnoBill Freakazoid
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X-Men: First Class

Awesome movie!
Metacell Chocolate Brahma
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Yeah, I liked that more than the last two X-Men sequels.
user Stupid cockwomble
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I liked when Wolverine tells them to fiddlesticks off and they just turn around and leave.
TechnoBill Freakazoid
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user wrote:
I liked when Wolverine tells them to fiddlesticks off and they just turn around and leave.


Yeah, I chuckled at that part.
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Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Best in the series I think.
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Thor

It was mediocre.
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TechnoBill wrote:
Transformers: Dark of the Moon

Best in the series I think.


TechnoBill wrote:
Thor

It was mediocre.


Okay. Now I know you're just trolling.
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The Muppets. LOVED it. I had tears of nostalgia and laughter rolling down my cheeks.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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bratboy so sorry I schooled you
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Metacell wrote:
Yeah, I liked that more than the last two X-Men sequels.


What, including 2? 2 was the best one!
bratboy so sorry I schooled you
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This weekend I watched C.H.U.D. and 'The Burning.' I didn't remember CHUD being quite so dumb.
Freakout Jackson Chillin' with mah trollees™
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Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers? Right?
Dumb? Get out!
bratboy so sorry I schooled you
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Freakout Jackson wrote:
Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers? Right?
Dumb? Get out!


It has a total non-ending. It was like they ran out of money or forgot about the CHUDs or something.
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Unknown with Liam Neeson

Pretty freakin' intense movie. I liked it.
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bratboy wrote:
Metacell wrote:
Yeah, I liked that more than the last two X-Men sequels.


What, including 2? 2 was the best one!

I just watched 2 about an hour ago...and no. It's a good movie, and it does a good job with all the personal character development, but it fails on the superhero action level because it does not have a decent villain who offers a real threat to the X-Men. It also suffers from character overload. The 1st movie is the best IMO, followed by First Class and the Wolverine origin movie, both of which tell stories with better focus. X-Men 3 is just all over the place. None of them are bad though.
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bratboy wrote:
Freakout Jackson wrote:
Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers? Right?
Dumb? Get out!


It has a total non-ending. It was like they ran out of money or forgot about the CHUDs or something.

But you gotta admit, "Hey Lady, why don't you call the Ghostbusters?" is one of the greatest lines in cinematic history.

Also, me and my friend have decided CHUD 2 (electric boogaloo) is one of the bottom 10 movies of all time.
TechnoBill Freakazoid
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I just finished Cop Out with Bruce Willis.

Yuck.
All the Planet of the Apes films, in the order of release.

First one was ok. I could accept the gaping plot holes but Heston's "acting" just about ruined it.

The rest were atrocious.

The remake in which Marky Mark leads a Funky Bunch to his spaceship was enjoyable for Helena Bonham-Carter's character and Tim Roth's over the top scowling. Apart from that, it contributed nothing to the opus.

The recent re-boot had all the requisite technology and overly thought out plot points to relaunch the Icarus into the Planet of the Profitable Franchise. We're doomed.
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TechnoBill wrote:
I just finished Cop Out with Bruce Willis.

Yuck.


Really ?

You didn't like Tracy Morgan ? He had me LMFAO .
bratboy so sorry I schooled you
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Metacell wrote:
bratboy wrote:
Metacell wrote:
Yeah, I liked that more than the last two X-Men sequels.


What, including 2? 2 was the best one!

I just watched 2 about an hour ago...and no. It's a good movie, and it does a good job with all the personal character development, but it fails on the superhero action level because it does not have a decent villain who offers a real threat to the X-Men. It also suffers from character overload. The 1st movie is the best IMO, followed by First Class and the Wolverine origin movie, both of which tell stories with better focus. X-Men 3 is just all over the place. None of them are bad though.


Well, I think you're insane.

;)

(And the numbers are close, but Rotten Tomatoes ranks them as I would, with X-Men 3 and Wolverine at the bottom.)
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The Warrior's Way. Awesome flick.
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I watched Bad Teacher and Our Idiot Brother tonite. Both are mediocre comedies.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Rise of the Planet of the Apes


Being a fan of the original movies, I was expecting not to like this. But I did. Now I'd like to see the story of the apes finally taking over.
TechnoBill Freakazoid
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The Santa Clause
The Santa Clause 2
The Santa Clause 3

1 and 2 are good. 3 is just meh.

We always watch them at Christmas time.
Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country
Star Trek: First Contact
TechnoBill Freakazoid
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Monte Carlo - with my daughter.

Well, I say I watched it with her, but it was more like listening to it in the background while I surfed the web.

She said it was a good movie for what it is worth.
Revenge of the Sith.

Completes my latest journey through the 6 movies. Maybe again sometime but probably not soon.
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Just watched the entire Bourne series today. Quite trimmed down from the actual novels and they made Jason out to be a nice guy when he was actually a heartless uncouth individual.
TechnoBill Freakazoid
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Cars 2

Not one of Pixar's greatest but not terrible either.
ukimalefu want, but shouldn't, may anyway
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Super 8

Very cool. Think 'The Goonies', but with aliens.
TechnoBill Freakazoid
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ukimalefu wrote:
Super 8

Very cool. Think 'The Goonies', but with aliens.


It was unoriginal and predictable I thought.
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TechnoBill wrote:
ukimalefu wrote:
Super 8

Very cool. Think 'The Goonies', but with aliens.


It was unoriginal and predictable I thought.

I haven't seen it, but i'd say almost all the new movies are unoriginal, and there isn't anything necessarily wrong with predictable.
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user wrote:
Just watched the entire Bourne series today. Quite trimmed down from the actual novels and they made Jason out to be a nice guy when he was actually a heartless uncouth individual.


I liked both the movies and the books (at least the originals ones).
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I am currently ripping the entire LOTR extended edition to my hard drive, might sit down one of these days and do an extended watching.
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