What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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  1. in stitches

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    his entrance in the movie was epic. he also had what was arguable the funniest scene in the movie. and maybe the second funniest in another scene. you really need to see it. the more i think about it, the more i like the movie.
     
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    The Incredible Burt Wonderstone - not really a good movie but Jim Carrey was hilarious.
     
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    No? :(
     
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    Finished Psych again. Now on to Sons of Anarchy.
     
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    Simon Birch 2: The Revenge

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    Piobaire Not left of center?

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    Finally saw Skyfall. If nothing else the cinematography rocked. Wish they had talked Sir Sean into coming out of retirement to be the game warden.
     
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    In the Cut, Jane Campion directed with adorable Meg Ryan. Quite explicit for a mainstream pic. (at least the uncut version). Interestingly shot- lots of very shallow depth of field,
     
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    I'm not sure why but this completely cracked me up. After picking up the VHS tape or DVD several hundred times over the last 25 years in Blockbuster or my local video store, putting it back on the shelf every time, I finally watched this last night: [​IMG] In the words of an IMDB reviewer: "The greatest naked space vampire zombies from Halley's Comet running amok in London end-of-the-world movie ever made!" Including the classic line, "This would be much less terrifying if you would just come to me." Kind of a mashup of Poltergeist, Revenge of the Living Dead, Highlander and Lamberto Bava's "Demons". The end result is less than the sum of its parts, unfortunately :)
     
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  9. edinatlanta

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    That should never be the verdict for any big-budget blockbuster (IMO), a few films can be OK, but going man, I'll just wait to watch this on a small screen kind of... you know... defeats the purpose of watching a movie.


    Don't forget The Fast & The Furious, The Three Musketeers, 88 Minutes and Howard the Duck.
     
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    You've never watched a movie on my TV!
     
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    step brothers again. man i love that movie.
     
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    The Great Gatsby (2013)
    Horrible. What a terrible waste of resources and talent. f(*#ing RAP and contemporary music? WTF???.
    Can't Hollywood do a period piece properly?!? Evidently not.
    Whoever made this mess should be horsewhipped.
     
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    I was on my own last night (wife and son out of town, daughter off to July Fourth festivities) so I wound up watching Cloud Atlas on PPV.

    I suppose I can give them credit for ambition, but if I hadn't read the book I wouldn't have had any idea what was going on. I also don't remember the stories in the book having the same happy endings they had in the movie, but it's been a few years since I read the book.
     
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    Laughed my ass off at The Heat . Bring the wife or gf .Some male bashing but not annoying
     
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    I saw the Bling Ring and thought it was a pretty good movie. The thing that most struck me was how lax these celebrities were about securing their homes.
     
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