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    Had a Disney day. Saw Beauty and the Beast at the theater and Moana at home. Beauty and the Beast was wonderful. The casting was great. Moana was really good. I'm a sucker and I always cry at a good Disney movie, so I've been quite teary today.

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    I started watching "Rosemary's Baby" and got skeered.
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    The live action Cinderella movie. Really enjoyed it. Also watched Moana this weekend. It was good too. I will be watching it again.
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    Psycho

    "A boy's best friend is his mother."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    Psycho

    "A boy's best friend is his mother."



    Oh ya sure ... that should give me great hopes for my two boys that I've raised solely.




    da fuq
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitetigeress View Post
    Oh ya sure ... that should give me great hopes for my two boys that I've raised solely.




    da fuq
    That was one of his lines in the movie.
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    Logan

    Utterly loved it. What a sendoff for Hugh Jackman. Even better than I expected. Patrick Stewart was completely heartbreaking. And the little girl! Wow, best performance by a kid since Hailee Steinfeld in True Grit for me.
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    Laughed,cried got emotionally envolved and it brought out my Inner bogan =triple Win
    solid 8/10 +winslet
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    The Big Lebowski because it keeps coming up in conversation.

    Interstellar. I like it, but thought it was sort of confusing in places, but Christopher Nolan likes the mindfuck movies.
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    Beauty and the Beast. I enjoyed it a lot. Luke Evans was so fun as Gaston.
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    "Independence Day: Resurgence" It had its premier on HBO this weekend, and even though it got bad reviews, I wanted to see it on my relatively new 60-inch TV. It was fun. Great to see Brent Spiner back with a more significant role. Jeff Goldblum is really looking long in the tooth. He looks like Judd Hirsch's brother now instead of his son. And holy sh*t, Judd Hirsch is still alive and well (he's 81). Loved seeing Maika "It Follows" Monroe in the main role. Liam Hemsworth - eh. Jessie Usher - bland. Great special effects. Completely unbelievable plot - especially when everyone starts flying the aliens' spaceships flawlessly.

    William Fichtner was in this playing a general. Mrs. Mohandas was like, "I recognize that guy - what was he in?" I replied, "Everything."

    Oh, also "Staying Alive" was on yesterday morning. I made my kids watch a little bit of it because it had a perfect 0% on Rotten Tomatoes. It was unwatchable - even for purposes of making fun of. Kind of a long form version of Billy Squier's even-more-disastrous "Rock Me Tonight" video.
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    ^^ LOL! i have watched it for purposes of making fun of it. it's so stupid, it's funny. that theme song, "I am far from over" to the images. i noticed in the beginning when john travolta is walking down the street, he bumps shoulders with some guy walking in the opposite direction, and as they pass each other, they both around to look at the other, and when the guy turns around it's sylvester stallone. but it's true, after the beginning theme song stuff to laugh at, it's really not watchable.

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    ETA: sorry, this was to Panic, but I took too long to type.

    ^^^^ Love that movie. All of the leads were great, even some of the light players (Denis O'Hare). I knew I had seen Tom Wilkinson before, but he blew me away in this movie. His opening monologue about the rebirth was Oscar worthy. SPOILERS:

    The scene where they take care of him was brilliant and scary because you realize just how easy it is to off someone (kind of like when those reports about the Clinton (or was it Obama?) associate who was likely killed with a frozen bullet). Really good movie, timely material (water contamination and mental illness). One of my other favorite parts was when Sydney Pollack's character, who wants Tom Wilkinson's character 5150ed, asks who is the lawyer in their huge firm that knows the most about involuntary holds, and Clooney looks at him and deadpans that it's Tom Wilkinson's character. Then Clooney finally tracks down Wilkinson, while he's still in an obvious manic state ... Clooney brings up treatment and Wilkinson has an extreme moment of clarity for 60 seconds while explaining the mistakes they made if they really wanted him involuntarily committed. Even geniuses have mental illnesses. And the horses. And the scene between Clooney and Tilda's characters at the end. Really, really good movie. Two big thumbs up.
    great review! it got me excited for the movie again reading about it. omg, yes, the horses.
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    Hey, I love that movie. That Fiona the dancer chick was the shit!.


    ETA: Her name was FINOLA Hughes and she was beautiful and talented. Mad girlcrush.


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    "The wild, cruel beast is not behind the bars of the cage. He is in front of it."...Axel Munthe

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    So many kinds of fucked up, loved it.
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