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    Bolt with my daughter. Cute movie.
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    Slumdog Millionaire - watched it with my son. We both liked the movie, he kept saying "this movie makes me sad" in the beginning and didn't want to watch it but he woke up this morning telling me how it ended (I fell asleep even though I liked it).

    We'll be watching Marley and Me next.
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    ^bweaha
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    behave... the power of santy clause compels you
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    Duplicity.

    Not as good as I had hoped for but Clive is just, wow.

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    My faith gets restored when I see films like The Ballad of Jack and Rose and The Door in the Floor which were small films with big stars. Movies not concerned about weekend box office sales. I get tired of reading about A List actors who are barely passable yet get the A List label along with a 20 million dollar paycheck because that’s what they bring to the box office.

    The Ballad of Jack and Rose with Daniel Day Gorgeous was this emotional, tender and unusual story. In an odd way it reminded me of Brokeback Mountain - just in feeling (not content). Looming sadness with hope.
    Camilla Belle is an interesting actress with a great movie screen face. (If she and Pattinson had children, those kids would have no shortage of eyebrows).



    This young actor, Ryan McDonald, really took me by surprise with his talent. He has a very likable, natural acting style. He’s chubby, but I think he’s going to go far without being a heartthrob type. Catherine Keener was really wonderful.

    Daniel Day’s performance. I don’t know what to say. I wish I were a film critic to come up with the right adjectives. Can an actor be just too good? His wife Rebecca Miller wrote and directed it. She made a fine film.

    And not so serious, Oscar with Stallone who looked sweet and was funny. Totally silly and high camp. Great cast.

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    ^^^
    i also loved 'the ballad of jack and rose', and i agree with the comparison to 'brokeback mountain'. i think both directors had the same subtle approach to the film, like they're slightly holding back and just letting the story tell itself. the actors also show a lot of restraint so that they are natural, not the hollywood overacting we've grown accustomed to.

    rebecca miller has made some great movies.
    i stumbled across 'angela' years ago, it was showing on cable in the middle of the night and it's also a great movie. very moving.
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    Have started La Dolce Vita. Couldn't see the whole film, too disconnected and busy for me
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    The Haunting in connecticut, it was mediocre at best.
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    What Happens in Vegas. So stupid.
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    My husband won't let me watch Marley and Me. He said I will break down crying and want him to turn it off anyway. haha

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    that'll happen the first time Chinny wanders into the frame
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    you'll cry from the schmaltz overload
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    Phone Booth. Liked it a lot. Excellent work by Colin Farrell (stinky stinky smelly
    smelly, but great actor) and voice work by Kiefer Sutherland (shorty fugface,
    but excellent in this one without any real screen time).
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    Watchmen. I really liked it, for what it was, but everyone else who saw it with me or who I've spoken to about it afterwards thought it was 'meh', average. I loved The Comedian.
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