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    Maleficent- I liked it but it was not at all what I was expecting.
    The Ghost and Mrs. Muir- a cute 1947 movie about a lady that buys a cottage inhabited by a cranky ghost.
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    ^^^Gene Tierney is so beautiful as Mrs. Muir...
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    The Thin Red Line - 1998 WWII movie by Terence Malick. Stars a busload of top actors. Nick Nolte, Sean Penn, Jim Caviezel, John Cusack, Hurts Like Satan Leto, George Clooney, John FREAKING Travolta, Adrien Brody, Woody "Blew My Ass Off" Harrelson. Loved it, but I had to skip the last half hour to put the kids to bed.
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    Took my younger brother to watch Jurassic World in 3D. It was a thrilling watch from start to finish. The 3D was really good too, much better than in any other movie I have ever seen.
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    An old 80's movie CHUD. Cheesy and I bet gas chick is the only one who knows what that stands for.
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    I haven't seen that in years!

    The Gift. I don't know what the director has on Jason Bateman to get him to do this piece of shit. Twist, ending my fat ass. If you don't see what is coming give up on life.

    Mission Impossible III. It was pretty good. Made me miss Phillip Seymour Hoffman all over again.
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    ^^That's all the endorsement I need. I'll watch anything Philip Seymour is in just cause he's such an awesome actor, he makes any movie good.

    The previews for The Gift looked so good too. Damn.
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    I'm upset about The Gift too. It looked really interesting and I love Jason Bateman.

    Took my son to see the new Mission Impossible movie. It's just like most of the movies Tommy makes, but I liked it. The trailer made it seem like the airplane scene was going to be the BIG scene, but it was over within the first few minutes. I liked that they didn't give away the whole movie in the trailer.

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    What About Bob with Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfus. I'd forgotten how funny it was.
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    The Man from U.N.C.L.E. I enjoyed it.
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    Cloudburst on Netflix Canada with Olympia Dukakis

    O M G ..... I loved it! I laughed, I cried and even yelled at the screen.

    Olympia was awesome
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    Spy, very silly but I found it funny.

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    I Am Chris Farley. Made me laugh and cry. Still such a shame he couldn't get past those demons.
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    Conspiracy with Stanley Tucci as Adolf Eichmann and Kenneth Branagh as Reinhard Heydrich, the architects of The Final Solution. It showed how mundanely they planned everything, they could have been talking about building a house they were all so la-de-da about it. Good performances but scary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    Conspiracy with Stanley Tucci as Adolf Eichmann and Kenneth Branagh as Reinhard Heydrich, the architects of The Final Solution. It showed how mundanely they planned everything, they could have been talking about building a house they were all so la-de-da about it. Good performances but scary.
    That is an English-language remake of this German film (The Wannsee Conference) that we had at a video store I worked at in college, but never bothered to watch. The mundane thing is probably deliberate because the famous phrase "banality of evil" was used to describe Adolph Eichmann's approach to committing horrific crimes.

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    What About Bob with Bill Murray and Richard Dreyfus. I'd forgotten how funny it was.
    I love What About Bob. As much as I love Bill Murray, I think it's Richard Dreyfus who makes the film. His full-of-himself apopleptic reactions to Murray are just awesome.

    Hey, I wanted to mention a very interesting thing I learned today. "The Day of the Locust" was on cable TV. I had seen posters of this movie when I was a kid, and it was one of the most luridly fascinating posters I'd ever seen. The movie was pretty unwatchable (maybe I was too distracted). But the most important point, was that there was a character in it named HOMER SIMPSON!!! (played by Donald Sutherland).

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