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I think it just comes down to "football" being a really nice sounding word. Football players always use it a lot unnecessarily when they are being interviewed. "We need to protect the football and move the football well on offense and attack the football well on defense if we're going to win this football game. Football."
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People dissing Vertigo and Chinatown. I just don't know about this new generation.

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post #5089 of 9426
Flight 8/10
Skyfall 7/10

Lincoln and Life of Pi this weekend.
post #5090 of 9426
watched Holes, with teh family before we head out to dinner. love that movie, kids did too.
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loved the book when i twas a wee lil

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Found this one in a bin-of-oldies at a used DVD store.
Hardcore (1979) Starring George C. Scott Directed by Paul Schrader
I never got to see this way back so I gave it a chance, especially considering that Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver, American Gigolo, etc) directed. I was rather suprised with this film. Rather well done considering the time it was made. George C Scott was great as were the entire cast. Even today it still holds its own. 6.5 / 10
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I'm enjoying Jacques Demy's 1967 musical "Les Demoiselles de Rochefort" starring the luminous starring Catherine Deneuve, her late sister Françoise Dorléac (earthier, but equally sexy), Michel Piccoli, George Chakiris (who portrayed "Bernardo" in the movie version of "West Side Story") and the irrepressable Gene Kelly.
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I'm enjoying Jacques Demy's 1967 musical "Les Demoiselles de Rochefort" starring the luminous starring Catherine Deneuve, her late sister Françoise Dorléac (earthier, but equally sexy), Michel Piccoli, George Chakiris (who portrayed "Bernardo" in the movie version of "West Side Story") and the irrepressable Gene Kelly.

My high school sweetheart was never sure but had always suspected that George Chakiris was her father - she knew him as Uncle George, and he was a close friend of her mother.
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loved the book when i twas a wee lil

i have not read it. peepwall[1].gif
post #5096 of 9426
Saw "Lincoln" last night. Despite the critical acclaim (and some admittedly good acting), I found the movie as a whole to be a verbose, overlong, tiresome bore. I mean, you know going in that Lincoln is going to get the 13th Amendment passed, which is the centerpiece of the move, so....
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Saw "Lincoln" last night. Despite the critical acclaim (and some admittedly good acting), I found the movie as a whole to be a verbose, overlong, tiresome bore. I mean, you know going in that Lincoln is going to get the 13th Amendment passed, which is the centerpiece of the move, so....
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How was the assassination scene?
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lolololol, I know it's not a spoiler he was assassinated. This is a joke.
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Offender awesome movie, little to much slowmotion scenes. Other then that pretty good flick.

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End of Watch

So far, it's good.
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Ted was surprisingly okay
Total Rekall was bad if it was suppose to be a remake of the original with Arnold. Was just weird though I always get a kick out of futuristic scenes.
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