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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. mktitsworth

    mktitsworth Distinguished Member

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    2001
    The Andromeda Strain
    The Man Who Shot Liberty Valence
    Harvey
    Becket
    Vertigo
    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    Dr. Strangelove

    My wife is doing a 101 tasks in 1001 days thing from Tumblr, and one of them is to watch ten "classic" movies from before 1980. On the to watch list are also The Seven Year Itch, Casablanca, and Breakfast at Tiffany's.
     


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    Saw these two on a flight

    End of watch. Really liked this. Sad ending though.

    Broken city. Not very good.
     


  3. in stitches

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    yeah, EOW ending was super sad, but i thought the movie was awesome.

    i was hoping BC would be good, wanted to see that.
     
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    for me it just added that subtle dash of migraine which really does intensify the whole movie experience...

    Saw it again in 2D as I had to stumble off the earlier one. Solid film but not spectacular imo.

    What I've watched recently:

    12 Monkeys
    Memento
    Oldboy
    Collateral
    Spartan

    out of which the last one wasn't particularly great, but at least highly accurate regarding all the little details.
     
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    Glad you enjoyed it. Lloyd was an exceptional physical comedian with nearly perfect timing.

    lefty
     


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    couldnt agree more... the scene with the white curtains flowing every where?
     


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    If Ides of March is any indication of how real politics work, I am really sad about all the interns
     


  9. in stitches

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    ^^ i loved that movie ^^

    did not get to see any movies today. :(
     
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    The best offer

    Loved it.
     


  12. Neo_Version 7

    Neo_Version 7 Stylish Dinosaur

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    Wasted what felt like 4 hours of my life on Parker. With a cast that features actors from The Shield and The Wire, it's pretty disappointing. The movie can basically be summed up in five words: punches, kicks, Jennifer Lopez's ass.
     


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    whats the problem? all of those things sound entertaining? :p
     


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    star trek: into darkness. non 3D. i really enjoyed it. besides the opening sequence, that part was absolute shit. after that it was great.
     


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    I think I like Star Trek too much to rate Into Darkness very highly. Then again, I know my order from I to XII.

    Thinking about watching either Rashamon or World on a Wire tonight...
     


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