What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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  1. Hampton

    Hampton Senior member

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    How is the movie salt? Thinking about seeing that and no country for old men tonight.
     


  2. OmniscientCause

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    Not amazing but I watch it whenever it is on...it certainly is worth the watch.
     


  3. Hampton

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    Oki then I will rent those 2 for tonight :)
     


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    :fistbump:
     


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    "Thank you, zombie arm."
     


  6. Hampton

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    Salt - OK
    No country for old men - SUPER DUPER GREAT!
     


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    Taking advantage of the Cinemax free trial weekend. First things first, checked out some classic mid 90's Skinemax. Wow, I forgot how bad that shit is. Followed that up with Gross Pointe Blank. That movie has aged quite well. Good soundtrack and the jokes hold up well. It may have been the last time that Dan Ankroyd was relevant in a film.
     


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    Aah, I have fond(ling) memories of Skinemax.
     


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    I always forget how much goddamn singing there is in my favorite kid's movies.
     


  10. Steve Smith

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    Salt is a mindless action movie. No Country for Old Men is one of the best movies of the last decade.
     


  11. Hampton

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    No country .... was really really good. Will watch it again someday.
     


  12. OmniscientCause

    OmniscientCause Senior member

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    let us be real no country for old men is a great flick...but all the praise it got was not because of the coen brothers even thought i love them...the book written by mccarthy.
     


  13. Steve Smith

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    The movie was very faithful to the book. Most of Bell's best lines were quoted verbatim.
     


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    Martha Marcy May Marlene and Bronson

    Both good. The apple has fallen far from the tree for the younger Olsen girl.
     


  15. Hampton

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    I can just imagine the book is a lot better?
     


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