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    Moneyball.

    It wasn't bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razor Shines View Post
    I was and am a HUGE fan of Sean of the Dead and Hot Fuzz and was super excited to see Paul........I was left feeling "meh"..
    I can see this. Maybe it doesn't take as much to amuse me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetstop View Post
    neil burger's "limitless" with bradley cooper...interesting notion.
    I thought this looked interesting as well. I was left a little deflated. Worth watching though IMO.

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    barney's version ..paul giamatti, dustin hoffman

    ehh..not sure. with the exception of the rosamund pike character (wife #3), and her and barney's 2 children (one played by jake hoffman..dustin's son), the characters weren't very likeable (esp. giamatti's title one), plus it was longish...ehh..
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    Quote Originally Posted by *BaseClogger* View Post
    I've been busy watching movies since I got back to school (its senior year so other than drinking its about all I have to do):

    Your Highness
    It's Kind of a Funny Story
    Dunston Checks In
    Outbreak
    Dear Zachary
    127 Hours
    28 Days Later
    Hobo With a Shotgun
    Super High Me
    Contagion
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
    Eight Men Out
    Funky Monks
    Sunshine
    Oh yeah, and Rushmore.

    Of that list, I'd say It's Kind of a Funny Story, Dear Zachary, and Funky Monks were my favorites...
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    Just saw "The Debt".

    Simply brilliant.

    Helen Mirren, Jessica Chastain, Jesper Christansan and Sam Worthington should all get Academy Award nominations from their performances.
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    contagion---very blah to me....just no excitement..strange soundtrack to the movie and too many what happened to so and so after you left the movie...

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    Forgot another one, Following. Not one of Nolan's best, but that doesn't mean it wasn't good...
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    Re: What was the most recent movie I've watched? (Part 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by *BaseClogger* View Post
    Forgot another one, Following. Not one of Nolan's best, but that doesn't mean it wasn't good...
    I thought Following was pretty good, though it certainly doesn't compare to Memento, which is easily his best film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by signalhome View Post
    I thought Following was pretty good, though it certainly doesn't compare to Memento, which is easily his best film.
    Besides Insomnia, I'm not sure I'd put anything behind it. Other than Memento, Batman Begins is one underrated flick...
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    french film, "farewell"... cold war era, based on true story, espionage thriller

    continuing string of good foreign films we've been watching lately.

    last half of an old fav.."the thin man" .. always drinking nick shooting balloons w/ his air-rifle christmas present from nora, asta hiding under bed and digging up dead body...the charles's at their best..
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    Got two free tix to a screening of Dolphin Tale. My 11-year-old daughter loves all things nature/animals, and this was right up her alley. This is the old school Disney formula, a good flick for the entire family.
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    Win Win. Not a bad rental. The spawn of Bart Giamatti was great as usual.
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    Saw "Drive" last night. It was certainly unexpected and the trailer for the movie is very decieving, but I did like it. If you go in thinking you are going to see Fast and the Furious or Taken that is not what this movie is at all. There is also some pretty over the top graphic violence, so if that's not your thing this isn't your movie.

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    Re: What was the most recent movie I've watched? (Part 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed27 View Post
    Saw "Drive" last night. It was certainly unexpected and the trailer for the movie is very decieving, but I did like it. If you go in thinking you are going to see Fast and the Furious or Taken that is not what this movie is at all. There is also some pretty over the top graphic violence, so if that's not your thing this isn't your movie.
    I am looking forward to seeing this.


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