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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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    You posted that from the theater?
     
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    the internship. surprisingly, i like it. it had one or two VV monologues that were maybe a bit too long, but outside of that it was actually pretty good. even got a few legit laughs out of me. and a sweet feel good vibe too.
     
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    If you enjoyed Sharknado, you will love Iron Sky.

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    Yeah I actually liked that quite a bit too. I didn't laugh much but I literally couldn't take my smile off my face
     
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    Watched All the President's Men again, but it was definitely not as awesome as I remembered. Also watched Gone with the Wind, and I was pleasantly surprised how at no point was I really disinterested in the movie, despite its lengthy run time.
     
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    This was excellent.

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    Rewatched this. Enjoyed it very much.

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    Good.

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    Very good.

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    Wonderful.
     
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    Priceless- Audrey Tautau again. On a bit of an AT kick recently. Sill y cote d'azur gold-digger comedy.
     
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    last night - out of sight . fun movie, enjoyed it. thanks @Tokyo Slim for the rec.


    today - the hobbit, the desolation of smaug. liked it a lot. very much looking forward to the final installment.
     
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    feel asleep watching planes, trains and automobiles last night. i have to say, that for me, i find most comedies that predate my adolescence do not resonate with me. imo, comedies are the most generation specific movie genre and if they were made in a period that i did not experience, the funny often does not translate.

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    Saw American Hustle, go see it if you haven't already.
     
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    I saw Don Jon also. It was pretty good. For the genre it was better than most. Definitely watchable. A few quirky things annoyed me, for example, the used a piece of copy paper sound when the tissue hit the trash can. A tissue would be silent, silly stuff like that. Classic was Tony Danza's reaction to Barbara when he met her.
     
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    What is in the "uncut" version that wasn't in the theatrical release?
     
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    no circ?
     
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  17. lefty

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    You be trippin!

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    I really didn't like American Hustle. Occasional bits of greatness covered up with speechifying histrionics, a "throw everything at the screen" directing style with confusing plotting and miscast actors. Renner was a rare highpoint.

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  18. in stitches

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    well, some things transcend time and history, obviously the marx brothers fall into that category.
     
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    I was really looking forward to Wolf of Wall Street but it was dreadful. Bloated, boring and chock full of cliches. Might have been a decent movie if it was edited down to 90 minutes. Some great acting.....but that couldn't overcome the shitty script and lack of editing.
     
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    Planes, trains and automobiles is a great comedy. Funny and sad at the same time. John Candy was a great comedian and so was (and still is) Steve Martin.

    American Psycho is an incredible novel and a pretty mediocre film, imo.

    Watched Rush yesterday. Amazing movie.
     
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