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    Watching the remake of Fright Night with Colin Farrell.
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    Mad Max it was lacking a plot but the action was awesome and visually stunning.7.5/10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi Ho View Post
    Mad Max it was lacking a plot but the action was awesome and visually stunning.7.5/10
    The action and effects were spectacular! But most of the dialog I was just sitting there going "huh?". My most major gripe was that there were no gratuitous shirtless scenes with Mr. Hardy. If you're going to reduce a beautiful specimen like him to grunts and single word lines, as least show me some skin!!!
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    ^^^ Agree with this X a million...I was craving more man meat throughout, especially after having to sit through so long watching those beautiful fairy like supermodels.
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    I am watching "Barely Lethal" right now and so far, am finding it delightful.

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    The Great Gatsby, the deliciously OTT Luhrmann version. I enjoyed it a lot more than expected, although I spent the first hour or so thinking the dastardly husband was Guy Pearce for some reason. Leo was perfect as JG, he's really coming into his own now.
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    Mommy. I loved it, fantastic film. Broke my heart.

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    The Grey-Liam Neeson and some other dudes. I loved this. It was testosterone filled goodness. Sooo, yes I'd love to climb Mt. Saint. Neeson after seeing this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    This Is Where I Leave You: Liked up until the last 20 minutes, when it got all preachy about Jane Fonda's character's latent lesbianism.
    There were some really hilarious parts in this, I like Jason Bateman's timing and delivery, he's funny. Loved Jane and Tina and Adam Driver was good too. I enjoyed the entire thing, thought it was underrated.

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    Bessie with Queen Latifah as Bessie Smith - her performance was great, but the editing sucked and I hated the ending.
    SPOILER: The part where Bessie went outside the tent and told the KKK to get the fuck outta here was hilarious. They were on a mission to terrorize and murder and she just shoo'd them away like flies.

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    Titanic. Yes I know, but I like the FX. I never get tired of watching David Warner's face when he realizes that the ship is splitting in half beneath him.
    I haven't seen this in forever but I'll keep an eye out for that next time I see it.

    Dark Water: Liked it and thought it was underrated. Wonderfully creepy and I didn't expect the ending.
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    Urban Cowboy.

    Classic!!

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    Poltergeist (the revamped one) ... all I can say is, fucking clowns.

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    The Ides of March - Ryan Gosling was the main reason to see this routine political thriller. Everyone else seemed to be sleepwalking/phoning in their performances.
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    Interstate 60 - really cute road trip comedy with strong religious, spiritual and life messages. James Marsden, Gary Oldman and a whole slew of celebrity cameos. It's streaming free on Amazon Prime now.
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    Philadelphia. I just love this movie.
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    Wild - loved it. Interesting story and I loved the scenery.
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