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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

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    i liked that one.
     


  2. Hampton

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    It's a great movie. But I saw someone write ''A simple plan'' and saw the trailer now. Have never seen it before, is it good?
     


  3. lefty

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    Yes. It's worth seeing.

    lefty
     


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    No, but I have seen Storytelling and Happiness. I cannot imagine WttD being all that different in tone. Oh look, it's an awkward kid looking for approval from the parents. Now look, the awkward kid doesn't fit in with the other children. Would you look at that, the movie ended with some sort of horrible ironic twist. The end.

    We get it, Todd. You were weird growing up and you got picked on in school.

    Also, I love how the main actress that plays the main character is cast specifically because she looks pretty awkward, grows up, still looks awkward as an adult, and still tries to maintain employment as an actress.


    Good movie. Does well on repeated viewings.


    Message authentic, I concur.
     


  5. lefty

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    Stitch, if you haven't seen it add Rio Bravo to your list. Easily one of the top 5 westerns. With singing!

    John Wayne, Dean Martin, Ricky Nelson, Walter Brennan, Angie Dickinson, Claude Akins.


    lefty
     
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  6. in stitches

    in stitches Kung Joo Moderator

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    i will be watching movies forevar!!!
     


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    I liked Simple Plan a lot.

    Also he was great in Frailty. I always liked that movie.
     


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    I'm assuming its better than the band then?
     
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    It was actually a pretty funny movie- the only one by Todd Solondz that I could fucking stand to watch.
     


  11. Hampton

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    Will see today :)!
     


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    Restless. Cute.

    Melancholia. Garbage.

    GVS 1 - LvT 0
     


  13. edinatlanta

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    On the plane I saw Haywire which was stunningly mediocre.

    Chimpanzee which was really impressive how Disney can always create massively epic and sweeping movies either animated or IRL. I thought Tim Allen's narration and the writing was a bit too... dunno what the right word is, ham-fisted maybe. A really beautiful film, even if on a six-inch screen.

    Project X. Was it stupid? Yes. Was it fun? Yes. Where there a **** ton of sexy-ass girls doing sexy-ass things? Oh, fuck yes. Would I watch it again? No. Puerile humor is good every now and again and this were a few clever-enough twists to make it entertaining and excuse all the cliches it employed. Also kinda made me wish I was a partyer back in the day. Oh well... :(
     


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    the descendants. Clooney has really come into his own the last 10 years. supporting casts was really good as well
     
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  15. in stitches

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    i was sadly underwhelmed by that one. not bad, but was hoping/expecting more.
     


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