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Yeah that last thing about the shovel is def something that I was thinking this latest watch. Solid pull. Good to see a professional analysis, ya know?
Obviously he didn't want to deal with cops asking a bunch of questions about why he was alone and therefore needed them caught in someone elses house.
the campaign. was dumb but funny.
i went to the petting zoo and let the goat lick my penis.
Looper: I was skeptical, but very entertaining.
Dark City: This came out around the same time as the Matrix and it has similar "what is reality?" themes. A guy wakes up in a room with a dead body with no recollection of what happened or why, and the police and other mysterious figures begin hunting him. Pretty confusing at times, but also a good movie and worth a watch
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Wtf you have a 7 year old kid?
I've been saying "rubbish" all week after watching Home Alone recently.
I also watched Looper the other day. Interesting movie, better than I thought it'd be. I thought it was just an action flick but they had a decent plot that made you think. Although I was left wondering if it was a Terminator-like time travel story or not...
Cold Light of Day--- spy/kidnapping thriller wannabe. So boring that we fell asleep halfway through and decided to not watch the ending.
Taken 2--- more of the same as the first, which isn't a bad thing. Like someone on this board summed it up when they first said they were going to make a sequel-- "hey, remember that guy we fucked with that killed half our guys? Lets go fuck with him some more!"
Bourne Legacy--- good stuff. If you liked the other Bourne movies you should like this one.
Men in Black III was decent, good flick to watch with the wife. Funny seeing the guy who plays Arnold Rothstein in Boardwalk playing a completely different role.
Just watched Legendary with John Cena. Surprisingly a pretty good Movie. IF you have showtime I suggest finding it on demand when you have some time. It got horrible reviews on rotten tomatoes but I enjoyed it regardless.
To add the wrestling scenes are well done and look realistic, its a typical sports movie but still a good watch.
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Pic Sigs are for losers.
Project X. The end of the party was epic, and I like 'teenage boys' party gets way out of hand' movies as much as anybody, but that was about an hour too long.
I agree, 30 min too long but its the party everyone wishes they could go to, ending is absurd but a fun movie.
30 Minutes or Less was funnier than I thought it would be. Danny McBride steals the show, as usual.
With this time of year being the off-season for TV shows/series. I finally got the directv box rigged up on the internet and have been watching on demand movies alot.
Looper - Not great, not bad. It keep me watching all the way through. The "Rain Maker" FTW
Baytown Outlaws - kind of had a "smoking aces" feel to it. One of the brothers was a mute shop-wreckin mfer. Again, not a great movie but it was ok.
Total Recall - Did they just remake iRobot! I am on the fence on this one. I had good action but that is about it.
Like others....Looper was decent. Bourne Legacy was good.
I rewatched the Matrix trilogy for the first time in a while and it was fun to watch again.
The Beasts of the Southern Wild - It was interesting and the cinematography was beautiful. I don't fully understand the message the story was trying to convey (it really could be inserted into a number of themes) but it was entertaining nonetheless. I was really impressed with the acting; especially of the Dad. Then I come to find out that the guy who played him was a baker in New Orleans that they plucked directly from the bakery and put in the movie . . . which is incredible because he may end up with an Oscar for the performance.
My wife and I are trying to watch all of the big award contenders so we can be informed come Oscar/Golden Globe night.
We watched 'Moonrise Kingdom' and 'Salmon Fishing in Yemen' (up for GG). Both were more entertaining that I thought they would be. I thought I would dig Moonrise Kingdom going in, but Salmon Fishing surprised me how much I got into it.
We are waiting for Flight and Argo to come out on DVD/streaming in the coming weeks. We will probably watch 'Beasts of the Southern Wild' this week. The Master isn't out until after the Oscars, which is unfortunate for our plan.
(We also saw Lincoln, Django Unchained, and Silver Linings Playbook in the theater. My wife saw Les Miz with her friends...I am not going to watch that.)
I finally saw the Descendants a few weeks ago and I liked that a lot too.
I too watched Home Alone recently as well, and now that you all mention that was a pretty lazy cop. I am also currently watching The Dark Knight Rises again, which I like. I recently watched the Avengers, never fully caught my attention.
Saw Ted the other day. Effing hilarious.
Detroit Hustles Harder
I guess Lincoln was good.
classlessthug: I have too much on my plate to worry about the fact that my junk intimidates some needle D undergrad.
Just watched Source Code. I cried
Super Cyclone on SyFy looks like the worst movie ever made.
My movie plane review from the past week
Trouble with the Curve - it was pretty good, but then again I am always in the tank for Eastwood and I will admit that Justin Timberlake is a pretty good actor. Would recommend it to anyone.
Pitch Perfect - it was not the funniest movie, but it had a few laugh out loud moments...and I could watch Brittany Snow anytime
The Words - I liked the premise, but something was just missing from the movie to make it a good movie
Looper - I am not a Sci-fi guy, but enjoyed the movie until the last 15 minutes. Just seemed a cheap way to end the movie.
Jackie Robinson isn't dirty. This isn't Pack Pride.
So my film student FB friend couple who trashed The Dark Knight Rises as "possibly the worst movie of the year" just announced that they think This is 40 is the best comedy of 2012.
Just saw American Reunion for the first time on HBO. Pretty good stuff, definitely better than Wedding.
Watched alien for the first time today
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