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    Zodiac. I hadn't seen it since the theater and was less freaked out by it this time around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    Secretary with Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Spader. Strange movie.

    Love that movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    I love the movie and the performances. The movie made me become a fan of some of Johnny Cash's music, especially songs like 'Walk the Line' and 'Ring of Fire.'
    it was a good bio-pic. but it was a pedestrian, by-the-book bio-pic. very competently done but in terms of film-making, there was zero originality about it. IMO the whole bio-pic genre is played out because they're all exactly the same, especially in the cases of very famous people where most people already know what happened. the only way to make them interesting again is to bring some originality into them and shake things up a little, like what todd haynes did with bob dylan in 'i'm not there' and david bowie and iggy pop in 'velvet goldmine'.
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    Five Graves To Cairo- A Billy Wilder oldie, but I had never seen it. It was pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aabbcc View Post
    Secretary with Maggie Gyllenhaal and James Spader. Strange movie.
    GREAT movie. Love, love LOVE it...Maggie is sexy in it.

    My Big Fat Greek Wedding...forgot how cute that movie is.
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    Candy.



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    Town and Country. Unbelievably bad. Possibly the worst movie ever made.

    Everybody involved in this stinker should have to write a letter of apology to anyone who watches this movie.
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    Out of Africa....long and dull. And Redford still pisses me off for being too lazy to do an English accent.

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    ^^^Holy shit, I saw that crap back in the 80's. Or, I told my parents I was seeing it. I think I saw PART of it. It sucked whatever I did actually view. I agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    ^^^Holy shit, I saw that crap back in the 80's. Or, I told my parents I was seeing it. I think I saw PART of it. It sucked whatever I did actually view. I agree.
    Ahhh, haaad a faaaah eeen aahhhhfreeeekaaaa. - that is all Meryl Streep says! Just too long and it glamorized colonialism to a point.

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    ^^Yea, I ended up leaving the theatre and drinking Schnapps in the ally. And yakking and that whole thing. But I was still able to tell my parents that I had been to see Out Of Africa at the theatre....
    It was the 80's so fun was had by all clearly.

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    lords of dogtown.
    the direction is a little heavy-handed at times (same chick who directed thirteen) but the actors are all pretty amazing, especially john robinson (hadn't seen him since the incredible 'elephant'), heath ledger, emile hirsch and michael angarano, who broke my heart as sid. overall i really enjoyed it though, and it's beautifully filmed and full of some great moments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zee View Post
    Town and Country. Unbelievably bad. Possibly the worst movie ever made.

    Everybody involved in this stinker should have to write a letter of apology to anyone who watches this movie.
    Agreed! Disastrous from start to finish.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    ^^Yea, I ended up leaving the theatre and drinking Schnapps in the ally. And yakking and that whole thing. But I was still able to tell my parents that I had been to see Out Of Africa at the theatre....
    It was the 80's so fun was had by all clearly.
    Yeah, that one and Heaven's Gate, Gandhi, Reds...those overwrought 80s epics.

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