What Movies Are You Watching Lately

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

  1. in stitches

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    then why do you watch one almost every night with your GF? :confused:
     


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    Because I love complaining. You know this.
     


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    :nodding:
     


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    You can wait to rent.
     


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    Man, Moneyball was so good. It made me wish that Beane had taken the GM offer from the Sox, especially considering they won the WS by using the theories he put into practice.
     


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    Hartnett is a decent actor imo. He was pretty good in "I come with the rain", which had a great soundtrack btw. I just don´t know why he´s in a movie with fucking paris hilton. Paul walker I do understand, he´s done a lot of crap lately, but josh, why oh why???
     


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    I'm sort of surprised to hear you say this as I imagine you as a man of more sophisticated tastes. I love Sorkin, so of course I liked this movie.

    As for the Red Sox, if they couldn't get Beane they were going to get one his disciples at some point. Of course, I'll bet more than a few were surprised when the Sox were able to give Bill James the big payday he so richly deserved.
     


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    I was pleasantly surprised to find The Castle of Cagliostro on hulu. So good. :nodding:
     


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    margin call. pretty good
     


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    ftfy
     


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    Just watched Out of the Past. Typical film noir so didn't grab my attention. Also rewatched Mr Smith Goes to Washington, sorta loling since I've heard Jimmy Stewart is a racist.
     


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    I thought that Jeremy Irons accent was a little inconsistent.
     


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    Damn, movies suck so bad. I just watch Blue Velvet every night before bed. Gets me amped up for work the next day.
     


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    oh yes, totally ruined the movie for me. lol.


    that and clockwork orange are the 2 weirdest movies i have ever seen afair.
     


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    Watched Baraka in HD panoramic on my laptop a couple of weeks ago. Easily the craziest thing I have seen in a long time, the WTC part was pretty cool too as I have never been in the building itself.
     


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