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What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. in stitches

    in stitches Well-Known Member

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    I was surprised at how much my girlfriend liked it. I thought it was good, but I was in no way blown away by it. She is usually hard on movies and liked it a lot.
     
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    It is also kind of fun that there is this guy I see about every morning walking to the train that looks exactly like him. Shaved head, moustache, really built. He has got to be doing it on purpose.
     
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    Just saw "Hugo" in 3D. Steampunk Scorsese is fucking awesome. Amazing what he did there. Hope he gets the Oscar for Best Director.
     
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    THAT bad huh? will take note. I liked Traffic tho'. :satisfied:
     
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    Wenders' Notebook on Cities and Clothes. Quite short and a bit interesting for someone not particularly interested in that world.
     
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    it wasnt bad. it was slow, but it was good.
     
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    Man, is there really nothing decent to watch on Netflix? I feel like they've been showing me the same movies for months now.

    I should say that I have many foreign films saved, but I'm usually working on stuff when there's a movie on.
     
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    Blood in Blood out

    Cheesy acting in a few places but overall a good, less known film
     
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    Crazy Stupid, Love.
    I suppose I had to eventually.
     
  11. in stitches

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    did you enjoy it? i was told its a good flick.
     
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    Absolutely hated it. All the characters were self absorbed and annoying. I wanted to punch Holly Hunter's character in the face the entire time and this is the only time I've ever remembered disliking Albert Brooks. William Hurt's character appeared to be genuinely retarded.
     
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    good to know i'm not the only person who felt this way.

    watched le samouri recently, which was great. i finally got around to starting rashomon, which i'm finding harder to get into.
     
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    Margin Call

    Small, overlooked 2011 film on the financial crisis focusing on one firm and what they do when they discover most of their assets are toxic.
    Great cast - Jeremy Irons, Kevin Spacey, Paul Bettany, Zach Quinto, Stanley Tucci.
     
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    Last night we went and saw Safe House, with Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds. It had some plot holes, but on the whole it was pretty intense.
     
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    I remember seeing that when I was a kid and my parents had a descrambler. No memory of the actual plot, though. :D



    I liked haywire. Gina Carano (sp?) is fucking hot and the fighting seemed a lot more realistic than typical hollywod martial arts. Man I would love to fondle her.:nodding:

    The one thing I have a hard time with is when a woman is able to beat a man of at least equal fighting skill when he has a lot more mass/strength. I mean, I always assume at some point strength will overcome technique, then when you have her fighting these dudes who are obviously trained in the same areas as her you'd think she would lose.
     
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    saw this recently. i liked it.

    i worked as an extra on the hunger games and was backstage with stanley tucci for a few days and got to watch him work for hours. i never really appreciated him until then, but seeing him work in person blew my mind. his part in margin call was pretty small-ish, but he was really good in it.
     
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    not overlooked on SF. :teach:

    great movie, had me on the edge of my seat start to finish.


    +1. i enjoyed it a lot. i also saw it at 3 oclock on a workday. most movies are extra good then. :)


    thats REALLY cool. i too thought he did a killer job in his role.
     
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    just finished "the change up"

    plenty of laughs + leslie manns naked tittays + olivia wildes naked tittays = FULL OF WIN!

    about to start "moneyball."
     
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    just finished "moneyball." excellent movie, top notch.
     

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