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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. Neo_Version 7

    Neo_Version 7 Well-Known Member

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    Stitches, there's this genre called the superhero movie. I think you're gonna like it.
     
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    ...But he wears bootcut jeans...
     
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    I agree, I thought Gravity was pretty dang good. I had no idea he also did Children of Men, that is an excellent piece of dystopian sci-fi.
     
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    really want to see philomena. amazon instant y u no add to new releases yet? :(
     
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    I really appreciated the technological accomplishments of it but if I had to watch it in my living room rather than in 3D or at the least on a giant theater screen I'd turn it off or mute it and put on Pink Floyd. I found the dialogue/monologue highly irritating and the end was cheese dick. Clooney over-Clooney'd himself too.

    I found Dallas Buyers Club to get a little long-winded and the only things that really kept me engaged were the performances. Mediocre movie saved by the two oscar winners, IMO.
     
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    This was just on Cinemax. Eh. Really nothing special. I see no reason to watch again!
     
  8. Neo_Version 7

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    ^ That movie is awesome. STupid kid ruined it tho :sarcasm:
     
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    It could have been much better!

    They just basically walked around the house in the dark looking for the intruders! I mean, I thought the kid would use some secret hiding places and that robot thing to hep fight/save his family. All it was was the husband and wife walking around in the dark with guns. Dude was a security expert with no expertise.
     
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    Ehh,, he wasn't Jason Bourne exactly because he did died at the end but I see your point. I hope the sequel is better....
     
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    Watched the Oldboy remake. What a pile of shit. It's disgusting how bad it was.
     
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    Watched Thor II then catching fire and did not know Liam starred in both

    Woah

    Catching fire was good, better than Thor... And for me better than American hustle, too
     
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    FTFY
     
  17. Neo_Version 7

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    Chris is Thor. Liam is in Hunger Games. :teach:
     
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    Hehe You are right

    Posting after watching both films back to back at 5am ...
    Really like hunger games II. I hope III gets even better
     
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    Couldn't sleep (damn time change), and this one has been on my radar for a while. Honestly surprised at how good it is. Probably the best WWII movie made in the 1940s that I've seen.
     
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    ^ gotta be good... he's smoking a joint on the cover.
     

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