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    Disturbia with Shia LeBeouf...sorta like a Rear Window for teens...I actually found him quite good in this, too bad he turned into such an asshole off-camera.

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    ^^^ That is one of my favorite Shia movies.
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    ^ Mine too. I saw Black Mass with a friend from Boston. She said all the accents were good except for Kevin Bacon who of course played Kevin Bacon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    Disturbia with Shia LeBeouf...sorta like a Rear Window for teens...I actually found him quite good in this, too bad he turned into such an asshole off-camera.
    It also has David Morse, super underrated actor ("St Elsewhere", "The Rock", "Green Mile", as the bad guy.
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    I liked disturbia too, and it was interesting seeing Morse as the bad guy because to me he will always be the brave and noble pilot from the langoliers.
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    I agree, David Morse is an awesome, underrated actor. Just watched him in World War Z as a CIA turncoat who sold arms to North Korea. Small part, but he was definitely memorable! My favorite part he played was The Green Mile, but just about everyone in that movie was good.

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    David Morse was very convincing in Disturbia.
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    Shaun the Sheep!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I saw it listed on the airplane during the summer, but I'd thought to wait to watch it because there was other stuff, and I was not sure if it was for kids or not.
    I recognized the sheep face from Gossip Rocks user Dolem, so I figured it must be something good. My husband and I watched it a couple of days ago, and I laughed so much. It takes much for me to actually laugh out loud. There isn't any dialog, and anyone can watch it, no matter their language. The movie has high ratings too.

    So I decided to look up Shaun the Sheep, and had no idea, there are tons of 7 minute episodes, starting back from 2007. I have a lot of catching up to do.

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    Evolution with Julianne Moore, Orlando "Solange" Jones, Seann William Scott and David Duchovny. A sci-fi spoof about alien slime that multiplies at a fantastic rate and morphs into all kinds of creepy critters. Painfully unfunny. God bless Julianne. This is the scene where one of the critters goes up Orlando's butt. Um, okay.

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    ^That is one awful movie. I remember Duchovny left The X-Files around that time to concentrate on making movies or something.

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    Shaun the Sheep!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I saw it listed on the airplane during the summer, but I'd thought to wait to watch it because there was other stuff, and I was not sure if it was for kids or not.
    I recognized the sheep face from Gossip Rocks user Dolem, so I figured it must be something good. My husband and I watched it a couple of days ago, and I laughed so much. It takes much for me to actually laugh out loud. There isn't any dialog, and anyone can watch it, no matter their language. The movie has high ratings too.

    So I decided to look up Shaun the Sheep, and had no idea, there are tons of 7 minute episodes, starting back from 2007. I have a lot of catching up to do.

    I love Aardman! If you liked Shaun the Sheep, I strongly recommend you the Wallace and Gromit movies. I love the animation so much, and the characters are very funny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palta View Post
    ^That is one awful movie. I remember Duchovny left The X-Files around that time to concentrate on making movies or something.
    I felt a little ashamed for the cast, with the exception of Seann William Scott, whom I never really liked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palta View Post
    ^That is one awful movie. I remember Duchovny left The X-Files around that time to concentrate on making movies or something.


    I love Aardman! If you liked Shaun the Sheep, I strongly recommend you the Wallace and Gromit movies. I love the animation so much, and the characters are very funny.
    Oh yes, I forgot about Wallace and Gromit. I've seen probably 2 or 3 movies and long time ago. It's been more than 10 years, easily. Winter time is an awesome time to watch episode after episode. I will add that to my "Going to watch" list. Thanks.

    Edit: I just looked up Aardman, because I wasn't sure what that was. I checked the Wikipedia page, and there are many creations! And I see there is a Shaun the Sheep 2 in the works. I'm gonna faint! Yay. I'm excited. I suppose I'll be glued to YouTube and Netflix for a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    I felt a little ashamed for the cast, with the exception of Seann William Scott, whom I never really liked.
    Oh god I'd forgotten about that one. Was there anything more uncomfortable than watching them sing in the car and SWS trying to move his head to the beat? Plus side, that sweetie pie alien was really cute.
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    The Deerhunter - I'd never really seen it before, except for the Russian Roulette scenes. I caught about half of it this time. Wow, Streep looked great. Same with Walken - big strapping guy and almost otherworldly looks. All the Pennsylvania scenery REALLY took me back to my childhood.

    Frankenstein's Monsters - saw it on cable this morning. Russian soldiers at the end of WWII find out that a bunchof their soldiers are being held and experimented on in a castle (Frankenstein's). Shlocky, but entertaining. Incredibly gross and mesmerizing special effects, with what I can only describe as Steampunk-style monsters. One of the most disturbing movies I've seen in years.
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    India's Daughter.

    A doco on Jyoti Singh, the girl who was gang raped on the bus in Delhi and died as a result. It was a grim, brutal film and not for everyone, but for those that can deal with it I recommend it.
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