What was the last movie you saw?

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27 Dresses. It was cute.
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If I post anything here, it most likely means I liked the movie. Just so you know. :D
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evilpoptart414 wrote: Sadly, Batman Forever. My friend invited me over to watch Batman. Needless to say I was disappointed when I got there.


"'Batman Forever?' You had better either break out 'Batman Begins' or some hard alcohol."



...hmm. Why not both? ;)


And speaking of Batman, the last I saw was "The Dark Knight."
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Oh, and I saw Tropic Thunder at the theatre last night too. It was insanely funny... I highly recommend you go see it (the fake previews at the beginning caught me off guard and were a HOOT).

I probably will buy it when it hits DVD, and I usually don't buy comedies...
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thanks for ruining it, douche
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Caught Catch and Release late the other night, the one with Jennifer Garner and Kevin Smith. I was pleasantly surprised. It still had the kinda corny romantic comedy bit, but it was a bit more complex than a typical romantic comedy. I thought Kevin Smith's character was fantastic, and I've liked Timothy Oliphant (I think that's how you spell his name?) in everything I've seen him in now.
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Smokey & The Bandit 1 & 2
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21. Totally worth the free.
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Just saw The Dark Knight for the second time :D
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There are afew movies i want to go see, but i just don't have the time. :(
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Blue State, just started "The American President".

Martin Sheen not as the President freaks me out.
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And now "The Sentinel". Unintentional Michael Douglas Marathon ftw.

Also, I <3 my new TV.
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There are a lot of movies I want to see, but now I don't work in Laughlin anymore and that is where the movie theaters are. So I will just have to wait for DVD's to come out.
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I'm watching Garden State for like the 30th time.
The visuals don't hold up.
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LOTR: ROTK
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justine wrote: LOTR: ROTK

Me too!
I'm watching it on TNT. down to the last 10 minutes, or so.
I love the part where Legolas kills the giant elephant, and just walks down its trunk as it falls.
When the King and the whole city bow down to the Hobbits; what a tear jerker!
I love Bilbo's house.
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DukeofNuke wrote:
I love the part where Legolas kills the giant elephant, and just walks down its trunk as it falls.


That's called an Oliphant.
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ukimalefu wrote:
DukeofNuke wrote:
I love the part where Legolas kills the giant elephant, and just walks down its trunk as it falls.


That's called an Oliphant.

I thought that was a political cartoonist.
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ukimalefu wrote:
DukeofNuke wrote:
I love the part where Legolas kills the giant elephant, and just walks down its trunk as it falls.


That's called an Oliphant.

And in the movie he didn't walk but slid down. :P

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About a half hour of Serenity just now...never gets old.
The visuals don't hold up.
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"Awake", then "Definitely, Maybe" last night. The latter was really good.
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I'm at work and watching A History Of Violence on my breaks.
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SpacemanSpiff wrote: Bulletproof Munk

Is that the version by Alvin and Theodore?
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Escape from New York.

Glorious - especially since it was so heavily referenced in the season finale of "The Middleman" that I watched just an hour later.
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user wrote:
SpacemanSpiff wrote: Bulletproof Munk

Is that the version by Alvin and Theodore?


Wow. That's quite the typo...

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Uhm... The last Rocky and the last Rambo...
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2010 - liked it more then 2001.
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ukimalefu wrote: Uhm... The last Rocky and the last Rambo...

On purpose?
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justine wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: Uhm... The last Rocky and the last Rambo...

On purpose?


Yeah... and I... did not hate them... they're ok.

I just wanted to see them because I'd seen all the other ones. Now I've seen all Rocky and Rambo movies.
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ukimalefu wrote:
justine wrote:
ukimalefu wrote: Uhm... The last Rocky and the last Rambo...

On purpose?


Yeah... and I... did not hate them... they're ok.

I just wanted to see them because I'd seen all the other ones. Now I've seen all Rocky and Rambo movies.


Oh, ok, so this wasn't a rerun for you. I couldn't imagine sitting thru them a second time.
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Watched Superbad with a bunch of people the other night. Not my favorite, but still fairly entertaining upon rewatching.
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Good Night, and Good Luck (Blu-ray)

Was very good, the guy playing Murrow was terrific.
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I watched Baby Mama last night. It was pretty funny, but i like Tina Fey and Amy Poehler.
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Elizabeth: The Golden Age on Friday and just now, Firewall (was on TV).
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Saw Penelope and Men in Tights. Men in Tights is always great. Penelope was alright, although a bit overly sweet for my liking.
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