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    Crazy Heart. Great performances, even if the plot was slightly Lifetime-y. Love Jeff Bridges.

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    Iris.

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    Watchmen
    Changeling
    Meet Dave
    And..... Last House On The Left
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    Fantastic Mr. Fox.
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    Kung Fu Panda with heathens. It's ok. Now Wizard of Oz just came on and we're watching that. Haven't seen it in years.
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    I finally got to see Tyler Perry's 'The Family That Preys.' Hands down, Tyler's best movie. Not a comedy, but a straightforward drama. Great cast with Alfre Woodard, Kathy Bates, Cole Hauser, Robin Givens, Taraji P. Henson & Rockmond Dunbar. Tyler Perry's hair should've been it's own character.

    But the most memorable person in the movie was Sanaa Lathan. I can't remember the last time I HATED a character so intensely in a movie. Sanaa did a great job, because she nailed the cold-blooded bitch part, and she managed to top herself in every scene.

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    Wonder Boys. Really enjoyed it. Even Katie Holmes didn't annoy me in this.

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    The Lucky Ones, with Rachel McAdams, Tim Robbins, and Michael Peña. I freaking loved it.

    [YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odXO31oDs2Q[/YOUTUBE]

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    I finally got to see Tyler Perry's 'The Family That Preys.' Hands down, Tyler's best movie. Not a comedy, but a straightforward drama. Great cast with Alfre Woodard, Kathy Bates, Cole Hauser, Robin Givens, Taraji P. Henson & Rockmond Dunbar. Tyler Perry's hair should've been it's own character.

    But the most memorable person in the movie was Sanaa Lathan. I can't remember the last time I HATED a character so intensely in a movie. Sanaa did a great job, because she nailed the cold-blooded bitch part, and she managed to top herself in every scene.
    This was one of his better flicks, true dat.

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    Rosemary's Baby. I watch it regularly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    The Lucky Ones, with Rachel McAdams, Tim Robbins, and Michael Peña. I freaking loved it.

    The Lucky Ones is such a great film....so glad you liked it too!

    Last movie I watched was "Kick Ass" starring Aaron Johnson, Nick Cage, Mark Strong & Chloë Grace Moretz. This should be the first big hit of the spring. Tuesday i'm going to see the new 'Clash of the Titans' starring my man Sam Worthington & I will report back here
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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    ugh, library movie rental day LOL.

    first, Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs.

    Second: This is it

    Third: Kung fu Panda... again

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    thats when you know you've seen a movie to many times

    I caught Twilight on HBO, getting ready for New Moon tonight it's on PPV

    it's one of the few movies that I can say all the acting sucks and yet I keep coming back for more just in case......

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonjaLasagna View Post
    The Lucky Ones is such a great film....so glad you liked it too!

    Last movie I watched was "Kick Ass" starring Aaron Johnson, Nick Cage, Mark Strong & Chloë Grace Moretz. This should be the first big hit of the spring. Tuesday i'm going to see the new 'Clash of the Titans' starring my man Sam Worthington & I will report back here
    Lucky! I really look forward to that movie.
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    Just saw "Law Abiding Citizen" with Gerard Butler and Jamie Foxx. Couldn't get into it..completely unrealistic and I couldn't buy Gerard as a bad ass!

    Going to watch Boondock Saints: All Saints Day tonight.. heard it was awful compared to the first one but Sean Patrick Flannery is hot so I'll deal with it!



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    The Rebound. Couldn't get into it. I loathe the whole cougar hype. I don't care if an older woman dates a young man, but I hate how it's become a trend, and how it's so discussed. Who cares?!

    One thing I can say about this movie is the 2 children in it are very realistic, and exactly why I don't want children.

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