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post #166 of 9976
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500 Days of Summer

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This movie sucks. Unwatch it.

Eh, I liked it. Provided a good way to address my movie addiction while still spending time with my wife.

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"˜The Owl and the Pussycat'

George Segal was the greatest thing going in the "˜70s.

What about Elliot Gould?

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Dinner For Schmucks
Knight and Day

Tomorrow:
Gunless
Judge Dredd
Freakonomics

How was DfS? How do you watch so many movies? JD is terrible. It is the beginning of the end for my man Stallone. Cliffhanger is the last great Stallone vehicle.

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Heat and Casino in Netflix queue.

These are my number 3 and number 1 movies of all time. If you haven't seen them before I envy your virginity.

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The Company Men and The Long Kiss Goodnight in my Download folder.

My Internet Snark Meter is not very good so I cannot tell if you are genuine about TLKG. I actually like this movie and believe it to be one of the best "Woman-As-Action-Star" movies around. That said, don't be expectin' some Die Hard Level type shit.
post #167 of 9976
^ I've actually made a thread about The Long Kiss Goodnight in DT. All the talk from it made me want to do a re-watch. Awesome film.
post #168 of 9976
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^ I've actually made a thread about The Long Kiss Goodnight in DT. All the talk from it made me want to do a re-watch. Awesome film.
I saw the thread and responded in it, but due to the fact that it was in DT, I wasn't sure if you were being serious or not. Glad to hear that you like the film. Sam Jackson has some good lines. The little girl is as annoying as hell, however. As for myself, I watched Valkyrie over the weekend. It was okay.
post #169 of 9976
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How was DfS?

Ehh... I'm not a big Carrell fan. It was ok.
I didn't think it was all that funny.

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How do you watch so many movies?

Usually with my eyes.

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JD is terrible. It is the beginning of the end for my man Stallone. Cliffhanger is the last great Stallone vehicle.

You really should check out the new Rambo and Rocky movies. His botoxed, loose skinned, old person, muscle implanty, beef jerky like appearance really lends an impressive surrealist element to the latest stuff.
post #170 of 9976
Out of Sight and Cape Fear (Scorsese version)


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Knight and Day

This was surprisingly watchable.

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The Long Kiss Goodnight

Love it.
post #171 of 9976
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Ehh... I'm not a big Carrell fan. It was ok.
I didn't think it was all that funny.

I'd watch it just 'cause I love Paul Rudd and Galafanakis

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Usually with my eyes.

Ha Ha. I guess I meant where do you find the time.


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Out of Sight and Cape Fear (Scorsese version)

Love the former, the latter is okay.
post #172 of 9976
A most enjoyable, surprise. The documentary called Exit Through The Gift Shop.

I highly recommend that you check it out.
post #173 of 9976
Catching up with classics:

-Oceans 11 (Original)
-3 Days of The Condor
-2001: Space Odyssey (HD makes it amazing eye-candy!)
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The talking about Sci-Fi in a couple other threads got me in the mood to rewatch some good ones, and try out a new one.

Moon: This will someday be a classic, it's pretty sick, and just amazingly well acted.


The Man From Earth: I didn't like the strong-armed atheistic approach, but still entertaining. A lot of people hated it due to the fact nothing actually happens (it's all talk), but that's what I enjoyed about it. It's hard to make a film that could essentially be a radio play, and still have it fun, but this does it. Highly recommend it.


And for a movie I hadn't watched before:

Pandorum.

Stuck in a space ship with monsters......

Actually, decent. It's nothing super special, but compared to the reviews I read, and what I expected, I was pleasantly surprised. If you've got 2 hours to kill, and enjoy horror/sci-fi, grab it.
post #175 of 9976
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The talking about Sci-Fi in a couple other threads got me in the mood to rewatch some good ones, and try out a new one.

Moon: This will someday be a classic, it's pretty sick, and just amazingly well acted.



+1 On Moon. You are right, will be considered a classic. Rockwell rocked the part.
post #176 of 9976
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Ha Ha. I guess I meant where do you find the time.

I don't sleep.
post #177 of 9976
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A most enjoyable, surprise. The documentary called Exit Through The Gift Shop.

I highly recommend that you check it out.

Already on my hold list at the library.

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Catching up with classics:

-Oceans 11 (Original)
-3 Days of The Condor
-2001: Space Odyssey (HD makes it amazing eye-candy!)

Didn't care for the original Ocean's 11. Love 3 Days of the Condor. 70's Redford is awesome.
post #178 of 9976
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The talking about Sci-Fi in a couple other threads got me in the mood to rewatch some good ones, and try out a new one. Moon: This will someday be a classic, it's pretty sick, and just amazingly well acted. And for a movie I hadn't watched before: Pandorum. Stuck in a space ship with monsters......
both good films, Moon was easily the best film of 2009 and Sam Rockwell was totally snubbed in not winning an Oscar for Best Actor. definitely one of the best and most memorable acting performances, if not the best, in at least the last 10 years. Pandorum is one of the better offerings in the deep-space terror sub-genre along with the likes of Event Horizon, Sunshine, etc. The twist in the ending is pretty neat.
post #179 of 9976
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Already on my hold list at the library.



Didn't care for the original Ocean's 11. Love 3 Days of the Condor. 70's Redford is awesome.

Couldn't agree more. Original Oceans 11 seems a bit too campy for my taste. And 70's Redford rocks. All The President's Men and The Sting remain on my list of great movies all-time.

Noticed that Brad Pitt sort of tries to mimic Redford's style. Key word is tries. Redford pulls it off so effortlessly.
post #180 of 9976
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both good films, Moon was easily the best film of 2009 and Sam Rockwell was totally snubbed in not winning an Oscar for Best Actor. definitely one of the best and most memorable acting performances, if not the best, in at least the last 10 years.

Pandorum is one of the better offerings in the deep-space terror sub-genre along with the likes of Event Horizon, Sunshine, etc. The twist in the ending is pretty neat.

The twist was great. Mostly because it wasn't one you could see coming. I'll have to talk rather obliquely to avoid spoilers for others.... but basically one moment I was thinking "Woah, freaky sky...", the next "ohhhhh.."
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