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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by edinatlanta, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. imatlas

    imatlas Well-Known Member

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    IS didn't like Ulee's Gold, so there's at least one data point.
     
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    I never saw it. Dead serious. ;)

    BP - lol, i do enjoy most of what i watch. maybe because i try to set my expectations realistically before i watch something. or maybe im just not a critic. or maybe im a fool. all are possible explanations.

    regarding sleepers, like i said, i saw it forever ago. I was probably about 13 and the whole crafty revenge plot probably seemed super cool. I wonder what id think if i watched it now.

    Kaplan - glad to hear elysium didnt suck. I have been looking forward to it.
     
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    huh I haven't even heard about this movie, I have to watch this
     
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    [​IMG]
    The second viewing was much kinder, surprisingly.

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    Kaffkuh. Never saw this. Need to see this.
     
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    Just watched World War Z. Better than I expected, and Brad Pitt is still pretty tough.
     
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    Lat night i watched Bat man Dark night Rises.. Although its old but i like such a thrilled and action movies :)
    Perhaps i could be a batman ever :)
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    Been on my list for a while, glad you liked it.
     
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    Thanks for the heads up. on my list.
     
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    Oblivion 6/10
    Jobs 4/10
    The Butler 7/10
    2 Guns 7/10
     
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    Oblivion 6/10
    Butler 7/10
    Two Guns 5/10
    Elysium 4/10
     
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    I've ran across some pretty random movies lately. Always the case on the plane though. Last night I streamed the movie called "Mud" with Matthew McConoughey. It was almost like a classic film from the 80's or something, in a good way--it seemed like something I would have enjoyed as a young boy, because there is an element of mystery that is also realistic. The coming of age story for a boy when you realize that adults are gonna disappoint you because they are not perfect. Not too bad, and the Hollywood star was looking a bit scruffy in this one, so he wasn't too unbearable. That accent is a bit much though.
     
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    +1 for Mud. McConoughey is a Texan so the accent may be a bit much but authentic nonetheless
     
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    The previews for the Butler make it look like a fake trailer for an Oscar bait movie that you would see on a sketch comedy show.
     
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    Yeah, the first time I saw one, I was half expecting, "and Tyler Perry as Rosa Parks!" to flash on the screen.
     
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    Closer. (2004) Was pretty great, human emotions played out so realistically. And Natalie Portman is so fine she makes Stephen Hawking pop wood.
     
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    Just had the misfortune of sitting through "Only God Forgives." Wife picked it because of Gosling but it was like some Thai dude decided he'd try to imitate Kubrick and Lynch simultaneously and completely missed the mark. Pretty good visuals but the movie was just too weird for its own good and I like weird movies.
     
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    [​IMG] - worth a watch, but if you're going to see it, be careful not to read anything about it beforehand.
     
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    Enter the Void, looks promising.
     

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