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    Star Trek Into Darkness. Love it.
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    The Worlds End. Awesome finish to the Cornetto trilogy.

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    Whores' Glory (2011) lasted an impressive 19 minutes before its inevitable feral dog scene. Rare restraint for a movie of this kind, confirmed in its personal feel and heartbreaking compassion.

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    I watched a film on Netflix called Mary and Max. It's an hilarious and heartbreaking clay-animated film about an Australian girl who befriends a man in New York with Asperger's. Their pen-pal relationship is touchingly portrayed.

    I seriously recommend it. The mood often gets quite dark but it is a great film and very funny.

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    "Don't wait for the world to be ready. Find what you're looking for."
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    The Butterfly Effect (Directors Cut) What an amazing film. Loved it.


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    Contraband a good film that completely wasn't what I was expecting also had a strong cast.

    The then The Crow, forgot how good this film was as I hadn't seen it in some time.
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    Monsters University (2013)


    I liked it better than the first.
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    The Wizard of Oz - IMAX 3D version

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    Contaminants from fracking can make your tapwater flammable.

    GasLand (2009).

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    Ambitious, horrific but gigantically hackneyed, Come and See (1985). Bad things happen to a teenage Byelorussian soldier on the front with Germany during WWII.

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    on home video: House By the Cemetary (bluray) with commentary track

    in the theater: Machete Kills - pretty out there and over the top, not that great. I can see why this bombing.

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    GI Joe The Rise of Cobra. It was an itch that needed scratched lol.
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    Iron Man 3.

    Disappointing. Not a good way to cap off the trilogy.
    Right. It was worse than the second one. What a convoluted mess.

    Sure, it made a billion-plus dollars but for me this starts to signal the waning of the franchise superhero blockbuster phenom. (Not even the start, really--the writing has been on the wall for a while now.)

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    In Theatres:
    Insidious Chapter Two:
    Not as scary as the first film but it serves its purpose in addressing the story thread left behind from the first film.
    I find that a demon or demonic force is harder to understand than a ghost whose psychological history is why it remains unrested.
    I felt that Rose Byrne had really nothing to do here in the film... other than be worried, a thankless role.
    Oh and Patrick Wilson is one hot daddy... hmmm mmm.

    Gravity 3D:
    Enjoyed it very much, sure its not a science film but good to see Sandra Bullock back in the saddle again. Great effects work, a lot of the time there are things that seem way too convenient for it to be believable but by and large, a great flick for its short runtime.
    I don't understand why a lot of people are reporting getting sick from watching this in 3D, motion sickness or something. Didn't affect me in the slightest.

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    Hercules & The Adventures of Hercules:
    I think out of all the Herculi in film history Lou Ferrigno is probably the best one IMHO.
    He is big and comes across like something out of mythology, oh and he is hot in the film with his big chest, dark hair and... I wanna do so many nasty things to him. Too bad the films are terrible but to see that massive chest jiggling as he runs, lifts something or is just standing there with all the gay shit going on... mwwwah.
    Too bad there was no nude scene although the beginning sequence in movie 1 does kind of tease a Ken doll Herc... LOL

    I had no idea that the one of the chicks in the film was a Tranny... not that it mattered, there was too much beef to notice.

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    It's probably hyperbole to say that a movie can be "heartbreaking" as the disappointing legacy to its forbear. But such a letdown is Mother of Tears (2007) by Argento, that I think I will. It's reminiscent of Dante's Cove, which is at least enjoyable as trash. Somehow, Argento manages to achieve less than such cable-TV dreck, insinuating "menace" via "witchy" spectacles like teased hair, big belts and gobs of eyeshadow. Suzy Banyon, it's okay, I'll always love you.

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    Sunday: Escape from Tomorrow (in the theater)



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    Quote Originally Posted by zoltanspawn View Post
    It's probably hyperbole to say that a movie can be "heartbreaking" as the disappointing legacy to its forbear. But such a letdown is Mother of Tears (2007) by Argento, that I think I will. It's reminiscent of Dante's Cove, which is at least enjoyable as trash. Somehow, Argento manages to achieve less than such cable-TV dreck, insinuating "menace" via "witchy" spectacles like teased hair, big belts and gobs of eyeshadow. Suzy Banyon, it's okay, I'll always love you.

    Argento's film's have gone down the hill... and Mother of Tears had so much potential but that ultimately didn't deliver - however one kill - a highly graphic impaling (and painful looking) is a standout.

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    The French Connection. From what I remember seeing it the other day, I did enjoy it. I was falling asleep because of medication I was taking.

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    ai no kusabi and howl's moving castle. mind blowing good

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    came back from seeing Carrie (2013)

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    Zero Dark Thirty. More like a documentary - but in a way it was. Solid 4. (The Marriott scene startled me out of my seat even tho I knew what was coming.)

    Earth's Final Hours. B grade barnburner. Solid 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCRacer View Post
    came back from seeing Carrie (2013)
    I love Brian DePalma movies. Him, plus Sissy Spacek, plus vintage Travolta...I just don't think that could ever be matched.

    How was it?
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    It's pretty amazing actually. The transfer to modern times is perfect and Chloe Grace-Moretz is incredible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rolyo85 View Post
    It's pretty amazing actually. The transfer to modern times is perfect and Chloe Grace-Moretz is incredible.
    Chloe is great as is Julianne Moore

    I thought it was interesting that one character in the original movie
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    doesn't meet her demise in the Prom massacre - although in the original it pretty much signified that 'rage' has no bounderies and that anyone who's in the path will get mowed down - good or bad

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    saw this morning 12 Years a Slave - horrifying and powerful.

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    I really want to see this when it comes out over here.
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    just watched the remake of I Spit On Your Grave - all in all pretty good, but the castration should have been even more gorier. The filmmaker's new they were going to release this unrated, so
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    why NOT film a medium shot of the dude missing his todger... they did it in Hostel II
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    Blackfish



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    The Heat

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    Quote Originally Posted by braex27 View Post
    Movie of the year for me.
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    Watch quite a lot of films during the holidays :

    The Purge
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    August Osage County:

    Streep and Roberts owned this movie!

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    Even if you think you're not interested in Lacanian-Marxist philosophers from Slovenia, chances are good you might enjoy Zizek! (2005).

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    The Lightkeepers, with Richard Dreyfuss and Tom Wisdom. it was OK, but I liked looking at Tom Wisdom.

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    somebody had the new 75th anniversary "wizard of oz" dvd so i wathced it. the story is the same and the floating head green oz dude still scares the poop out of me.
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    True Grit (2010).



    Spielbergian spittle-soaked cottonball of cliches.
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    (DVD)



    the 3D was a blast!

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    Sunday: Escape from Tomorrow (in the theater)
    Is it worth watching, do you think?

    Missed an opportunity to see it, but if I really try...

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    Is it worth watching, do you think?

    Missed an opportunity to see it, but if I really try...
    um, it's kind of slow at points, but it's very very bizarre. I'm toggling between C+ / B-

    don't quote me, but the movie might be still available 'on demand'

    - - - Updated - - -

    saw tonight:



    which I quite enjoyed.

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    since Wednesday the 6th I've seen:

    06 - The Stone Roses: Made of Stone
    07 - Nebraska
    07 - Stranger at the Lake
    08 - Jake Squared
    08 - Charlie Countryman
    09 - Philomena
    09 - At Middleton
    09 - The Face of Love
    11 - The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey / 182min extended version
    12 - Dallas Buyer's Club
    12 - Thor: The Dark World / 3D/Dolby Atmos
    13 - Frances Ha

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    Blue is the Warmest Color
    The Boat that Rocked
    Wings of Life

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    I feel like a straight guy whenever I watch this movie. Not that I try to, it just feels like a straight guy movie.

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    I feel like a straight guy whenever I watch this movie. Not that I try to, it just feels like a straight guy movie.

    Such an excellent film is good in part because it lets viewers transcend their expected categories, and I think you should.
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    How to Survive a Plague on Netflix


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    Philomena is really good. Saw The Art of Killing, and am seeing August: Osage County this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimothyD View Post
    Philomena is really good. Saw The Art of Killing, and am seeing August: Osage County this weekend.
    I agree about Philomena. Am curious to read your opinion of August - I really liked it.

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    Gregory's Girl. What a fantastic movie!

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