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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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    Saw Gravity for the second time yesterday, this time in IMAX 3d. It didn't stand up very well to a second viewing, and I think I actually preferred the 'regular' size 3D. I definitely thought the sound was better the first time - Dolby Atmos vs whatever IMAX uses.
     
  2. Geoffrey Firmin

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    Saw Gravity 3D regular with the wife last night, visually stunning incredible depth of field and the sound was great.
     
  3. Mariooo

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    Pacific Rim

    not bad for what it is, but I don't think I will ever feel the urge to rewatch it
     
  4. Mariooo

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    Yes, Blade Runner and Alien are timeless masterpieces.... It's always sad seeing some highly influencial and great Directors past their glory days and producing not so good work... John Carpenter would also be a good example for that..:confused:

    ad Gladiator - I did write a not so positive review when it came out, but I can see why so much people love it...
     
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    Yeah, it was decent. I was amused when I noticed Jax was narrating the entry. Didn't know he played the main role. Even more amused when Clay appeared.
     
  6. Harold falcon

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    Sounds like a theater problem. The sound was perfect in the IMAX I was in.
     
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  8. in stitches

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    finally saw gravity. LOVED it. fantastic movie and i really enjoyed the music/sound they used throughout the film. lived up to the hype for me.
     
  9. Harold falcon

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    I am glad you enjoyed it, Stitcheroo. I'd hate to be on the opposite side of the Gravity wall from you.
     
  10. in stitches

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    :cheers: i saw it as fast as i could after your rec.
     
  11. lawyerdad

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    If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.

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  12. Big Pun

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    Saw the newest LOTR, The Hobbit, grew tired of seeing all this good fortune befall the group and Gandalf saving the day every time. Weakest movie in the series so far.

    Then I watched Osama, had a very sad and bleak ending that remedied the LOTR garbage.

    Also saw Blade Runner, classic. 8/10
     
  13. Rumpelstiltskin

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    The Hobbit stuck closer to the books than the Lord of the Rings
     
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    I think This is England was really good.
     
  15. seeldoger47

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    Really like this.

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    This was pretty cool.
     
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    Watched World War Z last night. I love the book and although the movie is nothing like it, I still enjoyed the movie.
     
  17. SixOhNine

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    Yeah, the movie only marginally tracked the general contours of the book, but it wasn't as bad as I expected. I guess because of my low expectations it was entertaining.
     
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    ^^ i thought the town was excellent. ^^
     
  20. Mariooo

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    I thought it was really good, with an excellent ending :cheers:
     
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