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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. edinatlanta

    edinatlanta Senior member

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    It was best ever...eight times over (if you get what I am saying...)
     
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    interesting take. ill still watch it though. i hope that wont make me unlucky. lol at the editing though.
     
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    Jennifer Lawrence when shes shakin her ass dancing. Ohmagerd. :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool: :drool:
     
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    Agreed. I think it would be better if the writer hadn't felt the need to impose an external "cause" for the kid's problems. That made it feel a bit too pat for me. But definitely cute, with some good young actors.
     
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    Nah, you'll be fine. :) You'll probably enjoy it, at least somewhat. As I said, it's certainly not a terrible movie. It's OK. I just don't think it comes close to the hype. There are definitely some funny scenes. Chris Tucker is particularly good.
     
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    Just watched 42. Really, surprisingly enjoyable. Ford was great in it.
     
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    I was surprised at how good Tucker was. All I associate him with is high pitched annoying whining.
     
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    yeah, im easily entertained. ill like it just fine. :embar:
     
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    Also, nods for all the 80s nostalgia. I can still remember my first midnight showing of RHPS when I was about 15.
     
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    Watching Along Came a Spider right now on netfrix.:embar:
     
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    i quite like that movie.
     
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    Put that coffee down. Coffee's for closers only.
     
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    Watched Elegy with Ben Kingsley and Penelope Cruz last night. Was an okay movie, had a small role for Dennis Hopper, and if you're a Penelope fan (I'm really not) lots of her bewbs and ass.
     
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    Rewatched Blackhawk Down for the first time since it hit the theaters. Amazing the cast full of future stars. So well done.

    And Saw A Place Beyond the Pines yesterday- eh... great acting, working very hard but in the end the film works too hard for an overly drawn out and predictable conclusion.
     
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    blackhawk down is such a great movie. i really should watch it again. both the cast and the story are top top notch.
     
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    Yep. I'd forgotten how strong it was.
     
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    not to mention i found the movie as a whole to be extremely moving and powerful. very intense.
     
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    What I love about that scene is seeing Jack Lemmon actually think about what Baldwin was saying and then he realizes he's a bitch and puts it down. I don't think he drank any coffee the rest of the film.
     
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    Watched Zero Dark Thirty too. Liked it a lot. Laughed out loud at the scene where Obama was on TV in the background saying "America does not torture.":embar:
     
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    that was pretty lulzy. i thought the movie was amazing. start to finish.
     

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