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Wife is out of town until tomorrow. Plz to suggest a movie I'll like but she wouldn't. Maybe I can rent Elysium. She isn't into sci-fi.

The Brink's Job
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I just finished "Blade Runner: The Final Cut".  This was my first time with the film.  I didn't care much for it.

post #8208 of 9622
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Diary of a Nymphomaniac

 

Saw this while past. 

Also looking forward this year to Nymph()maniac. Latest Lars Von Trier, with Charlotte Gainsbourg.

post #8209 of 9622
Elysium was mediocre. I hoped for better, since I really liked District 9.
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Excellent.

This was wonderful. I've yet to see a film that is more spontaneous and where the director is having more fun than this one.

 

Good.

 


Very good.

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Parker. Standard Statham fare. Could have had more cool fighting, but outside of that, for a 2AM flick on a Saturday night, it did the trick.
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Parker. Standard Statham fare. Could have had more cool fighting, but outside of that, for a 2AM flick on a Saturday night, it did the trick.

Highlight was J.Lo's ass
post #8213 of 9622
Well obvi.
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Good to see again

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I watched Blackfish the other night. It was definitely not an unbiased documentary, but I really enjoyed it, even if it didn't accomplish its obvious goal of convincing me never to go to Sea World.

@MrG, watched it last night. i thought it was really really good. while it may not have convinced me not to go, it definitely made me uninterested in going to sea world.

there was one line towards the end, by the trainer who was arguing that caging orcas the way they do is fine, and that the attack was non-aggressive, where he basically said that he cant imagine a world where people cant go to an amusement park and see orcas and how it would be some sort of loss to mankind if we lost that, was so eye-roll inducing it was comical.

outside of that, it was mostly really sad. very well done imo.
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The Perverts Guide To Ideology (2012) 

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wolf of wall street. loved it. great pace, did not feel long at all to me. cool story and it was told very well. leo did a great job imo and jonah hill was perfect.
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Breathe In (2013) Guy Pierce and Felicity Jones play music teacher and visiting foreign student in this well acted drama.

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Parker. Standard Statham fare. Could have had more cool fighting, but outside of that, for a 2AM flick on a Saturday night, it did the trick.

The book that is based on is one of my favourite series of pulp novels. Check out Point Blank with Lee Marvin for a better version of the story.
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The book that is based on is one of my favourite series of pulp novels. Check out Point Blank with Lee Marvin for a better version of the story.

I've been meaning to pick up Point Blank on dvd as I haven't seen it for over 20 years and have fond memories of it. And I found Mel Gibson's Payback a good deal more enjoyable than Statham's Parker.

(According to wikipedia only Point Blank and Payback are based on The Hunter, while Parker is based on another novel, Flashfire. News to me, as the stories seem pretty similar, but then I haven't read the books...)
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