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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

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    grudge match had lots of moobs
     
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    Did you love it? I did.
     
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    I found it slightly too long, but most of the time it was extremely entertaining. Much funnier that I'd expected.
     
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    How excellent was Jonah Hill?
     
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    Pretty cool, but I was especially impressed by Leo's physical comedy in you-know-what-scene :)
     
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    yes. full of win. that scene was hilarious.
     
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    it kind of deviated from the book a little too much...but I get that, with the pacing it had if it stuck to the book the movie would have been 6 hours long.

    I liked it too but it really was a little too long. I didnt think it felt like I was watching a movie. Im not sure if its because I was anticipating this for 6 months or what.


    I love leo he is my favorite actor but I thought johna hill stole the show. (leo did damn good as well)
     
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    Bacall? Thank you, Captain Obvious.

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    idk, i like long movies when the story is compelling. and i thought WoWS was quite compelling.
     
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    WoWS was good but I liked American Hustle better.

    Historically I'm more of a 70'-80s guy than a 90's - 2000-s guy.

    So that might have had something to do with it.

    I loved the scene at the end where Donny came up with some real Lemon 714s that had been in a pharmacist's safe.

    It was probably embellishment, but the "fuse effect" of the ludes was hilarious.
     
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    any good? seems weird to me but maybe cool.
     
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    I, personally thoroughly enjoyed it, and thought it was incredibly well-made and executed. It is an interesting and novel way to look at human relationships and though the premise may seem odd, the way the movie plays out leads one to believe that it may actually be possible.
     
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    very cool. is there anything about the movie that would make it significantly better on the big screen?
     
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    His wardrobe.

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    Watched the new hbo thing True Detective with Matthew McCaughney and Woody Harrelson. looks frickin awesome
     
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    Any movie is better on a big screen, but there are few overt special effects that make it unmissable in theatres. It focuses more on narrative and acting. If you're a serious movie watcher, don't miss this one, regardless of how you view it.
     
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