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    This is the end. I liked it alright but it wasn't as funny as I was led to believe.
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    My Life with Michael Keaton. i love that movie so much
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    Omg I can't watch my life. I bawl like a baby every time.

    Agreed on Foxcatcher. Carell did a great job.

    I dvr'd a bunch of movies that my teens, now that they're older, would enjoy. True lies, it doesn't have too much tech in it that its dated. That was fun. Then I did The Departed. My oldest was like, "saw that coming." But watching a movie like that with my 13 year old engineering/no common sense son is awesome, because everything is a surprise. He's like, "what just happened?!?!?" Every twist is a shocking revelation that he doesn't anticipate. My 16 year old just shakes his head. Wait til I make him watch LA Confidential.
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    The Last Picture Show. Love this movie! All star cast including, Jeff Bridges, Eileen Brennan, Ben Johnson, Timothy Bottoms, Randy Quaid, Ellen Burstyn and Chloris Leachman (who won an academy award for her role, btw.)

    Timothy Bottoms was just adorable in this!



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    ^^ Love that movie. Texasville is not all that hot I think because of the story. Bogdanovich always does a good job, but it kind of misses the mark. It's enjoyable because you know the characters and the new one's fit right in. Try to find it on Amazon. It's a trilogy, the last being "Duane's Depressed". Jeff had talked about wanting to do it a few years ago. Maybe it will happen. He's the same age as the fictional Duane so with a good script it should work.

    A few years ago I went to an event honoring Jeff and his 40 years of work they showed Last Picture as the movie after his talk. He went off the stage and sat in the last row with his people to watch the first 15 minutes and then they left. The lights went down and when super young Jeff went up on the screen there was an audible gasp from the audience because he was so shiny and young - compared to the furry large man that was up on the stage.
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    Blue Jasmine. Cate B is mesmerizing. This was actually the first Woody Allen movie I've ever seen. I loved the story and the way it was told. The 40s and 50s music set against a modern backdrop was confusing. Maybe I missed something that would have made more sense of it.
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    The first Woody you've ever seen? A Woody virgin? I loved Blue Jasmine. Did you know it was influenced, an homage, whatever - to Streetcar Named Desire?

    See Broadway Danny Rose, Sleeper, Midnight in Paris, Manhattan Murder Mystery, Crimes and Misdemeanors and Scoop - for now. And Deconstructing Harry. I love that one. And Purple Rose of Cairo.
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    broke down and watched Get Hard tonight. I hate Will Ferrell, but i love Kevin Hart. Even Kevin couldn't save this flick.

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    I stay away from his films on principal. My husband really wanted to see this one though.

    We went to Ant Man tonight. I wasn't expecting much but was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. I have no idea how it's PG-13. A friend of mine is a Chicago movie reviewer and he said Marvel had it rigged because teenagers/20 year olds would never go to a PG movie, which is what it should have been.
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    Southland Tales with Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Cheri Oteri. I had to shut it off it was so bad. Post-apocalyptic movies should never take themselves so seriously, especially when the dialogue is so bad.
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    Took my boy to a late night showing of Pixels. Was expecting stupid Adam Sandler potty humor and ridiculousness, but we both actually laughed out loud throughout the whole movie. It was cool to me seeing the games of my young youth and my son (an 11yo serious gamer) laughing at me for playing such subpar games!! We both wanted to steal Q-Bert and take him home with us.
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    Trainwreck with Amy Schumer. It had some funny moments. The best part however was when my friend dumped his whole Large bucket of popcorn all over the aisle after I'd tried to move it over so he wouldn't. When he whispered, in his outside voice, "why are you moving it around?" and I told him it was cause I thought he was going to knock it over, and he proceeded to scoot it all around to prove that he wasn't going to, in fact, knock it over, then proceeded to knock it all over everyone within a 5 seat range, I effing lost it. Which unfortunately coincided with an emotionally pivotal point in the movie (won't do a spoiler) and I was left laughing hysterically while the movie took a semi-dark turn.

    Other than that, would recommend Trainwreck 7/10.
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    Mission Impossible 5. Things blew up and people died. Good action. I could recommend it.
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    Cobain: Montage of Heck. Great documentary.
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    His Secret Family on Lifetime. Gee. Guess what this was about?! I only watched it to see Parker Stephenson who played the good guy! He's still hot, IMHO!
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