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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. in stitches

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    AHA!! told ya man :slayer:

    glad you enjoyed.


    INORITE!! fucking kills me. i was like a baby watching that movie.
     


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    Watching The Descendants right now. Very, very disappointed.
     


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    yup. slow as balls. not particularly funny. minimal payoff. HANJOY!
     


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    If you haven't seen this one yet give it a try...and watch all the way to the end of the closing credits for an easter egg.
     


  5. in stitches

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    ^^ thanks, been on the fence about it. ^^
     


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    Linty: what, in your opinion made it so good? I was really on the fence about this one.
     


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    strongly dlsliked "the gray". strongly
     


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    It was certainly not on par with Payne's other films. As I described to you earlier, I thought his other movies showed common human emotions and reactions through quirky and interesting characters. The first part was there, but not the second.
     


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    No Spoilers here, not to worry.....
    I found it to be a good 'B' movie. The principal character is a loner of sorts and this type of film appeals to me by default. Add to this a hostile environment, roughnecks and regional dangers. I enjoy Liam Neeson and it was this that made me give it a chance. It stuck with me the day after and if a film does that for me I'll give it a thumbs up. If you give it a chance make sure to catch the easter egg scene at the very end of the credits. It is all of 3 or 4 seconds. I give it a 6.5 out of 10 and will probably watch it again at least once more. Of itself it is not a 'true story' but is based on several true accounts blended into one tale.
     
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    I'm not going to review every post in tis thread for the flick but recently had the opportunity to watch Léon: The Professional ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0110413/), the European version.
    For those who had only watched the North American cut, do yourself a favour and try and locate this version. It certainly adds a new dimension to the chemistry between the roles played by Jen Reno and Natalie Portman. Beyond that, the film has aged well with Gary Oldman's trademark psycho " Moooooooozart!!! !"
     
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    went with 21 jump street last night. fun watch, a few lol moments. particularly the final "shot." worth watching.

    johnny depp and peter deluise cameo was nice too.
     


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    I was going to watch this until someone in this thread I believe ruined the ending.
     


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    i think so also, but i forgot. :laugh:

    i can still watch it now.
     


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    An Anatomy of Hell

    Irritated me.
     
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    Kind Hearts and Coronets

    has a very leisurely atmosphere to it.
     


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