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Why would you want to watch it?
I'm about to the end of Netflix.
Was searching for you, but I can't seem to find it either. I usually dig challenges like that too.
i googled movies similar to the chronicle and got "the covenant." is that it?
Project X -- Awful. Just made me hate millenials (or whatever you want to call them) even more. It really took a genre that's hard to fuck up (the high school party movie) and proved that fucking it up is possible.
Im ready for aa 5th of vodica to end my feels.
I kept waiting for the cloverfield monster or a mass murderer to show up, I swear they were building up to that and then lost the budget for it and just spliced together all the partying footage instead. That really was one of the worst movies of all time, there was nothing redeemable about it.
Someone actually told me it was pretty awesome, so I gave it a try....god it was terrible.
That depends. Do you want to watch it this decade?
Was a really easy read I thought.
Saw that piece of garbage in theaters after people were making favorable comparisons to other good high school party movies. I was rooting for that one kid to die after jumping off the roof and having the movie just end or turn into some sort of elaborate coverup "I Know What You Did Last Summer" type thing.
Just for fun, quotes from IMDb reviews:
"Yes, this is our modern day version of Animal House."
"The movie isn't necessarily 'funny' in the way The Hangover or Superbad is, nevertheless it manages to be a FUN movie simply because you actually FEEL like you're in that party having the time of your life."
"Project X reminds me of Breaking Bad in many ways, and I highly recommend participating in this wild ride!"
Well, I mean, that’s what it is. I doodoo and then listen to Katy Perry.
It was, but easy and long aren't mutually exclusive. Reading it in little commute-sized chunks took me like three months or more.
Just saw Zero Dark Thirty and liked it a lot. Even if there are some inaccuracies, it was very compelling. Chastain was great, and I plan on quoting torture guy Dan for quite some time.
I wanted to punch myself in the face after watching this shit
I'm watching The American right now and let me tell you this movie is going to be awesome because nothing has happened AT ALL in the first hour, and why would anyone make a movie like that unless it's going to get awesome!?
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Glad to hear others also hated project x. You rooted for none of the main characters. Each was incredibly dislikable and it was no wonder they weren't popular
Finally saw Argo a week or so ago, I really liked it.
Saw Killing Them Softly yesterday, it was alright, I expected it to be better.
Will be renting Lincoln in the near future.
The Master the other night. Great performances by the leads, but boring as shit. Total critic movie. Didn't care for it.
Change-up. Freaky Friday with Jason Bateman and Ryan Reynolds. Pretty funny despite the completely unoriginal concept.
Doc Holliday in Tombstone is definitely a top 3 written/acted role. I'm not sure what the other two are, but I could watch Tombstone twice a day every day.
Tombstone is a masterpiece
We saw Argo last night, also liked it. I was in middle school when the hostages were taken, so the TV footage and references to people and events of that period were things I could somewhat relate to.
watched this on a plane the other day. thought it was OK definite hipster heaven movie.
You nailed it! Thanks, man!
What percentage of your body weight in crack do you have to smoke to not think that casting Kristen Stewart as Snow White is the worst casting decision in cinematic history?
"Mr.Nice" fairly entertaining movie about the largest hash dealer in the U.K. in the late 60's through the 70's. Weird pacing at times, but it was pretty good.
Life of Pi
Very good. I wish I had seen it in theaters because you can tell that watching it in 3D would probably be like an out of body experience, but even just watching it at home it was a beautiful, powerful movie.
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