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Speedracer - was even better then when I saw it in the theatre.
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Eagle Eye - I stuck with it til the end, but i really didn't like it much
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Conner wrote: Speedracer - was even better then when I saw it in the theatre.

were you trippin' this time?
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DukeofNuke wrote:
Conner wrote: Speedracer - was even better then when I saw it in the theatre.

were you trippin' this time?


Nope, but I like cartoons.
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I need to figure out a movie to watch this weekend.
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Synechdoche, New York. One of the weirder movies I've ever seen, and not really in a good way which is disappointing considering I usually love Kaufman.
The visuals don't hold up.
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Revolutionary Road.

Wonderful movie, great acting. Pretty heavy, tho.
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Taken
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Shnicky-Poo wrote: Revolutionary Road.

Wonderful movie, great acting. Pretty heavy, tho.


Oh man, I walked out of that in a total funk. I totally identified with Dicaprio and Kate Winslet really is incredible.
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spike wrote:
Shnicky-Poo wrote: Revolutionary Road.

Wonderful movie, great acting. Pretty heavy, tho.


Oh man, I walked out of that in a total funk. I totally identified with Dicaprio and Kate Winslet really is incredible.


Oh human waste yeah, it's very depression-making. But it makes ya think!

Kate Winslet stick fiddling glows, she's incredible to watch.
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Shnicky-Poo wrote:

Kate Winslet stick fiddling glows, she's incredible to watch.

Haven't seen the flick, but she's a really underrated actress.
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That's definitely on my list (Revolutionary Road) but I'll wait for the DVD.
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Wimp.
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Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
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I'm watching Dogma for the millionth time.
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Madagascar

Yes, I watched them in reverse order.
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24: Redemption
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It's not a movie, but I'm working my way through The Wire. Christ, that's a hell of a show.
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The Hulk (Ang Lee). Last time I saw it was in high school. I came away with about the same reaction as before - not a bad movie, better than the hype/box office sales would indicate. I liked it. This time, though, I understood the sequences and nuances of the movie a LOT better.
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I've recently seen Taken (which was AWESOME), Mall Cop (amusing), and Coraline (also awesome). And today I'm seeing Rachel Getting Married.
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Rachel Getting Married was excellent. Anne Hathaway killed it, and it was fun seeing the guy from TV on the Radio.
The visuals don't hold up.
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I'm about halfway through Miracle at St Anna and i like it. It's a very good movie. It's about the Buffalo Soldiers. Well, 4 of them.


I finished it. It was a good movie. There were a couple parts that almost made me stop watching, but I didn't.
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I watched the two Tarantino Grindhouse movies over the weekend on Blu-ray.

Still have Zack and Miri Make a Porno on Blu-ray to watch.

I'm a big Kevin Smith fan and from reviews this movie is supposed to be a real "cute" film even with the subject matter. Besides, Seth Rogen is hilarious.
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The Happening.

Wasn't horrible. Wasn't great. Got us wondering about where the bees have been going.

Looks like it's Neonicatoid pesticides killing them off. They get confused, they fly away from home, their digestive systems give out before they can find their way back.
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Live Free Or Die Hard
I liked it!

Remember that guy they called Warlock? Played by Kevin Smith. Computer genius, seen surrounded by technology,living in his mothers basement.
When I saw that guy, i thought,


"It's Fido!"
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crumble wrote: The Happening.

Wasn't horrible. Wasn't great. Got us wondering about where the bees have been going.

Looks like it's Neonicatoid pesticides killing them off. They get confused, they fly away from home, their digestive systems give out before they can find their way back.


I thought that movie was absolutely terrible.
The visuals don't hold up.
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DukeofNuke wrote: Live Free Or Die Hard
I liked it!

Remember that guy they called Warlock? Played by Kevin Smith. Computer genius, seen surrounded by technology,living in his mothers basement.
When I saw that guy, i thought,


"It's Fido!"

Personally I'm upset FOR Kevin Smith that you're suggestion phy is half as cool as warlock.
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Alexander Supertramp wrote:
crumble wrote: The Happening.

Wasn't horrible. Wasn't great. Got us wondering about where the bees have been going.

Looks like it's Neonicatoid pesticides killing them off. They get confused, they fly away from home, their digestive systems give out before they can find their way back.


I thought that movie was absolutely terrible.


Me too.
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Marc wrote:
DukeofNuke wrote: Live Free Or Die Hard
I liked it!

Remember that guy they called Warlock? Played by Kevin Smith. Computer genius, seen surrounded by technology,living in his mothers basement.
When I saw that guy, i thought,


"It's Fido!"

Personally I'm upset FOR Kevin Smith that you're suggestion phy is half as cool as warlock.

Yeah,
I'm expecting Silent Bob to come to kick my ass ...
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Nothing recently, I only have a 4-plex here in Kingman and right now they are showing all the wasteful horror and others that I have no desire to see.

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Friday the 13th R


Pink Panther 2 PG


Taken PG13


The International R


The Univited PG13
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You DON'T want to see Pee Pee 2??
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Pineapple Express. I didn't hate it, I didn't love it. I don't think it deserved any "best comedy" accolades.
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user wrote: You DON'T want to see Pee Pee 2??


I might rent it when it hits DVD.
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Pithecanthropus wrote: Pineapple Express. I didn't hate it, I didn't love it. I don't think it deserved any "best comedy" accolades.

we stopped watching it when he showed up for dinner at the girlfriends house. I picked it back up one night and loved the rest of that scene, then I regretted every moment after that.
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The Wrestler.

Pretty good.

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I clicked on this thread intending to post the exact same thing you just did, Joost.
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Harsh Times. Not bad. I really hate Christian Bales voice, though.
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