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Recently watched In the Mood For Love again. Wonderful Hong Kong movie (directed by the brilliant Wong Kar-wai). Love love love that movie.
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I going to see Hancock tonight.
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"Kung-Fu Hustle."

Wonderful flick.
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Just finished watching "Monster's Inc" for about the 400th time. I might be off by 35 or so viewings. The kids love it!
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Casablanca
It was just on TCM. I couldn't tear myself away.
Such a good film
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I recently saw Good Luck Chuck. It was worth a few chuckles. Jessica Alba is not a very good actress, but i guess it doesn't really matter when you look like her.
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Wall-e. Amazing.
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I just finished watching The Reaping. It was ok at best.
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Shrek 3
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Eurotrip
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Click - it was better [and more depressing] than I would have guessed.
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Lucky Number Slevin. Surprisingly snappy dialogue. Enjoyable. Run Lola Run is up next.
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A Scanner Darkly.
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Blade Trinity

Meh, watchable. Blade 2 was my favorite.
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Transformers.

Words cannot describe what a stick fiddling trainwreck that was. Holy human waste.

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Alien wrote: Transformers.

Words cannot describe what a stick fiddling trainwreck that was. Holy human waste.

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The first transformer movie WAS bad. Remember? at the beginning of CGI when everything looked like shiny plastic?

Then again, I enjoyed the cartoon, but never was a hardcore Transformers fan, so what do I know.
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Shrek II
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I watched Day of the Dead last night. Fuckin' love that flick. Romero was the shiznit.
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I saw Drillbit Taylor and Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins this week. I liked Roscoe a lot more than Drillbit. I just finished watching Thelma And Louise. That is such a great movie!
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the wackness

very "eh" though the leading lady is hot (she was the friend in juno)
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I started to watch No Country For Old Men last night, but it was late, and i fell asleep on the sofa part way thru.
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Sadly, Batman Forever. My friend invited me over to watch Batman. Needless to say I was disappointed when I got there.
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Mirrors.

Not my pick.
I usually avoid movies of this genre. This one reminded me why.
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That dime-store hood!
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Transformers
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Speedracer
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2/3rds of the way through "Catch me if you can" right now.
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Tropic Thunder
The visuals don't hold up.
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gozer wrote: a walk to remember


:giggle:
The visuals don't hold up.
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And I just finished Blood Diamond. Unintentional Decaprio streak…
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Enchanted on Starz
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Alexander Supertramp wrote:
gozer wrote: a walk to remember


:giggle:

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Say Mummy 3 in the theater last friday with Susie Derkins. It wasn't horrible but it was ...lacking

We saw Drillbit Taylor at home on Saturday. It was "okay" and had its moments. Sometimes I think we watch too many movies.

But after the movie we had wild, uninhibited sex for a few hours. That was fun. It took me all Sunday to recover.
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SpacemanSpiff wrote: Say Mummy 3 in the theater last friday with Susie Derkins. It wasn't horrible but it was ...lacking

We saw Drillbit Taylor at home on Saturday. It was "okay" and had its moments. Sometimes I think we watch too many movies.

But after the movie we had wild, uninhibited sex for a few hours. That was fun. It took me all Sunday to recover.

Drillbit Taylor is porn?
or perhaps Susie really likes Owen Wilson?
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DukeofNuke wrote:
SpacemanSpiff wrote: Say Mummy 3 in the theater last friday with Susie Derkins. It wasn't horrible but it was ...lacking

We saw Drillbit Taylor at home on Saturday. It was "okay" and had its moments. Sometimes I think we watch too many movies.

But after the movie we had wild, uninhibited sex for a few hours. That was fun. It took me all Sunday to recover.

Drillbit Taylor is porn?
or perhaps Susie really likes Owen Wilson?


I think it had more to do with me being high, actually.
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Does anyone really like Owen Wilson?
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Luke probably does....
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Watched Bulletproof Monk with people this past weekend. It was entertaining enough, I guess. I was rolling my eyes at some of the cornier bits.

While I am temporarily using windows, I'm going to look more into the Netflix instant options. I know they have La Vie En Rose up at least. That'll probably be my next watch.
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