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I thought it may have been the best in the series.
Pic Sigs are for losers.
Pretty sure there was a Lawrence of Arabia exchange earlier here, but that's an awesome movie. But funny to see famous whiteys play Arabs and Turks.
Just saw 'The Campaign' the other day on DVD. I thought it was pretty funny, especially Zach Galifianakis' kids in the movie.
I don't know what you mean, but it had the cadence of a joke.
Man, you are the worst.
Premium Rush. I enjoyed it, loved seeing Van Alden. Anyone else catch the Forrest Ackerman references? He was kind of a hero to sci-fi nerds when I was growing up.
I figured there was no way I was going to ever watch this, but I saw it on HBO last night so gave it a shot based on seeing these posts....turned it off about 1 hour in and went to bed. The tits were nice, but Jesus! I went in w/ really low expectations and still felt insulted. I will pray for you both.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
Umm, I'm about 30 minutes into Pitch Perfect and this is a fucking FANTASTIC movie.
Saw it a long time ago, but gave it a watch again now as an adult. For those not familiar, Bruce Willis plays a convict in the not too distant future where a virus has wiped out almost all of civilization, what humans remain live underground. Scientists have figured out time travel, and they send convicts back in time to try to assist them in figuring the virus out so they can come up with a cure. Bruce Willis goes back looking for Brad Pitt, the leader of "The Army of the 12 Monkeys," the group they think is responsible for the virus. Highly recommend if you like sci-fi and intrigue and more than a little dark humor.
It's even better when you realize that its an update/remake of Hitchcock's Vertigo.
So yeah this is going in my top 10 movies of 2012.
Hilarious, original, great music and some really funny characters.
The Pianist, pretty gruesome, but well done and convincing.
Here Comes the Boom was a bit cheesy and predictable, but still had some very funny moments.
Agreed. It was awful. It wasn't even close to the first 2.
I saw Ted last night. It had some funny moments but did not live up to the hype people gave it. Overall, wasn't impressed and the last 20 minutes or so were brutal.
Saw the Bourne Legacy last night. Very average movie. Compared to the other Bournes, it's probably a D-. Compared to other action movies, it might be a C.
Watched BL yesterday. Very disappointed in it. Took an hour before the first real action/fight sequence and the overall pacing didn't help. I figured it would be better than the second Bourne movie (which was the worst of the first 3), but I'm not so sure.
City of God is the movie.
Wow. This is NOT roomy!
Seven Psychopaths - great.
Is there a more interesting actor than Christopher Walken?
Death Race: inferno. SyFy caliber movie.
Did you and I get our movie watching agendas mixed up today?
I'm planning on watching Seven Psychopaths next weekend.
Exactly what I expected. Definitely not as fun as the first one because the novelty is gone, but if you liked the first one you'll like this one.
Watched Looper this weekend.
I really enjoyed it. The premise made more sense than I thought it would based on the previews, but I still found so much that didn't make sense (I won't get into it because I didn't want to spoil it for anyone else)
The two real problems I had was that the dialogue was super quiet so I had to turn up the volume and the action sequences were crazy loud, so I had to constantly be changing the volume. Never had to do that with a movie. The other thing is that they did that technique where every light glares across the screen to make it appear to be real life and not a movie. Not sure what it's called. But every single light in that movie produced a blue line that stretched across the screen. I could have gone the entire movie and not noticed it, but for some reason I noticed it early on and found it distracting.
I watched beasts of the southern wild in my quest to see everything nominated .... There is a spot at the bottom of my list for this movie... I really hate movies like this that bounce between reality and fantasy and lack a realistic plot line. The fact that this is nominated and the more ridiculous fact that the girl is nominated for best actress completely escapes me.
Watched 'The Trip' on Netflix streaming.
If you enjoy subtle British humor you might like it. It's the story of two actors/comedians who take a foodie tour of the English countryside for a magazine article. I liked it, but could see why people wouldn't. Not much really happens, but there's lots of dry British humor and Michael Cain impersonations.
I really like The Trip. Supposedly the movie version on netflix was a 2 hour cut from a 3 or 6 part TV series they did.
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