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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2012 9:06 am 
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Moonrise Kingdom, so cute!


oh man, i really want to see Moonrise Kingdom. my spouse isn't a fan of Wes Anderson films, but i'm thinking of having a date night with myself soon & seeing it!

last week i saw Lars and the Real Girl. it was pretty good!


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 23, 2012 9:11 am 
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I haven't seen all of his movies. But the ones that I have seen I really liked.

Lars is good too! I saw that in the movies when it came out. Another movie where RG sings!

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I also watched Wanderlust and Contagion this weekend.

Wanderlust was well worth watching. Paul Rudd is funny! And Jennifer Aniston was tolerable, and took her top off, but they managed to cleverly blur it out with some movie magic and cutting to a new scene. Still a funny movie.

Contagion was meh. Not the best plague/virus movie ever. Could have been better. But at least Gwyneth was dead for the whole thing. That's a plus in my book.

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 7:59 am 
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Easy A. Not as good as Mean Girls out of 10.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 24, 2012 8:31 am 
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Awwww, I loved Easy A! That sunshine song gets super stuck in my head.

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Yeah I thought Easy A was perfection! And better than Mean Girls, though the only thing I really loved from that was 'Danny DeVito I love your work!'

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I liked Easy A as well. But nowhere near as much as I love Mean Girls.

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GraciaKai wrote:
Awwww, I loved Easy A! That sunshine song gets super stuck in my head.


Yes to both. I could see my grandma having sent me a card like that.

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The Long Way Back.
still not sure how I feel about this one; it was just ok -- I liked the similarly themed 'Defiance' much better.
It doesn't help that after I watched it, I googled it and it seems that the BBC did an investigation and can find almost no truth to the story....


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The Flight of the Phoenix, not really my type of movie, but I love Jimmy Stewart, so I'm trying to watch all his movies.


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This week me and Aegishjalmur saw Moon, Monsters and Brave. :) Enjoyed all of them.


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still trying to finish the AFI top 100 list, I watched Do the right thing. The message was good, but the characters were very annoying to me, and the screaming was too much.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2012 1:23 pm 
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GraciaKai wrote:
Contagion was meh. Not the best plague/virus movie ever. Could have been better. But at least Gwyneth was dead for the whole thing. That's a plus in my book.

GP dying was the whole reason I even watched Contagion.

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The Wind That Shakes The Barley. Cillian Murphy is perfect. That is all.


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The Wind That Shakes The Barley. Cillian Murphy is perfect. That is all.


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 09, 2012 1:06 pm 
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Batman (1989) - Jack Nicholson is still awesome. Michael Keaton is a great Batman, not a very good Bruce Wayne. I do love this Alfred morethan the Nolan Alfred, too.
Men in Black - Just as good as I remembered. Even though the movie is already 15 years old, the only thing dated about it is Will Smith's clothing.

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gaia13 wrote:
GraciaKai wrote:
Contagion was meh. Not the best plague/virus movie ever. Could have been better. But at least Gwyneth was dead for the whole thing. That's a plus in my book.

GP dying was the whole reason I even watched Contagion.

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Oooooh I saw Woman in Black too. Soooo good, I was pleased. My friend saw this in London in the play form. She said the movie was better. But I would have loved to have seen this acted out on stage.

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PostPosted: Sat Aug 11, 2012 12:16 pm 
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GraciaKai wrote:
gaia13 wrote:
GraciaKai wrote:
Contagion was meh. Not the best plague/virus movie ever. Could have been better. But at least Gwyneth was dead for the whole thing. That's a plus in my book.

GP dying was the whole reason I even watched Contagion.

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Oooooh I saw Woman in Black too. Soooo good, I was pleased. My friend saw this in London in the play form. She said the movie was better. But I would have loved to have seen this acted out on stage.

I liked it as well, although I wish so many people wouldn't have told me it was super scary. Maybe I'm just desensitized , but I saw all the jumpy moments coming and usually just laughed. I think a stage version would be really cool though. And now I want to see the original version, but used copies are going for unheard of amounts of money, so I don't think it's going to happen.

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 12, 2012 12:04 pm 
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High Heels - It was a little weird, but it was alright. Not one of Almodovar's best, but certainly not his worst.

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nickvicious wrote:
Batman (1989) - Jack Nicholson is still awesome. Michael Keaton is a great Batman, not a very good Bruce Wayne.

I feel the opposite way about Christian Bale, ok as Bruce Wayne - ridiculous as batman. Seriously the voice destroyed the films for me. Michael Keaton is still my favourite Batman.

I tried to watch Half Nelson and J Edgar last week but both were so freaking boring I only managed about half an hour of each.

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baps wrote:
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Batman (1989) - Jack Nicholson is still awesome. Michael Keaton is a great Batman, not a very good Bruce Wayne.

I feel the opposite way about Christian Bale, ok as Bruce Wayne - ridiculous as batman. Seriously the voice destroyed the films for me. Michael Keaton is still my favourite Batman.

Agreed. I don't even know the word to describe Bale's Batman voice. Guttural? Seriously annoying.

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A lot of that is done post-production so don't blame Bale for it!

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PostPosted: Sun Aug 19, 2012 9:08 am 
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Incendie - French Canadian film about twins looking for the brother they never knew they had and the father they thought was dead after their mother's death. It's good, but it's forked up.

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I watched Law Abiding Citizen. It was pretty good.

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