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    I'm fairly certain I have stated this previously in this thread, but it bears repeating.

    I am watching The Godfather for the umpteenth time and I swear to god it never gets told. NEVER. I know how it ends, I know what happens and I am still sitting here like nervous wreck. I LOVE THIS MOVIE! I think I could watch it on a continous loop and be happy!

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    Remember Me. i was so very moved and pleasantly surprised by RPattz's performace. He was fanatastic, and the movie has stuck with me 3 days later. Guess that means he did a damn good job and should not be judged by Twilight alone!

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    Unfaithful

    The kid in that movie is so damn cute that I want to take him home and be his mom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    it always makes me sad to see movies of him when he's older. He's one of my favorite actors, but he definitely didn't age well.

    He was never the same after a terrible car crash, just down the road from Elizabeth Taylor's house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sasha View Post
    He was never the same after a terrible car crash, just down the road from Elizabeth Taylor's house.

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    Liz Taylor and Monty Clift had a very close friendship. She was devastated when he died. I loved the two of them together in A Place in the Sun. In 1962 Monty portrayed Sigmund Freud, and Viggo is filming, as we speak, David Cronenberg's A Dangerous Method where he portrays Sigmund also. I wonder how they will compare.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    Toy Story 3 (not in 3D)

    Hate to admit that I expected more......wasn't moved by it. I think I am the only one since everyone else seems to simply loving it and emotional....
    Will have to check it out again and see if I like it more. That happened w/both Toy Story 1 &2 so...
    you didn't cry when he dropped off his toys to the little girl or when his mom came in and looked at his empty room when he was going off to college? My daughter and I both cried looked at each other and cried louder

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    I didn't cry no....got a tad misty, but nothing major. Hell I cried like a small infant watching UP, so I assumed I would lose it during that part, but just didn't. Black charred heart that I have!

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    Angels & Demons. I love the Robert Langdon books, but Tom Hanks just isn't him for me. I don't know who I see in that role, but Hanks just doesn't make me think handsome, genius Harvard symbologist. And the movies are hacking the damn books all to pieces. I need to remember to watch the movie first and then read the book so I can enjoy both.

    Ewan McGregor was making me think dirty, dirty thoughts about the (Scottish for the movie) camerlengo.

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    Velvet Goldmine with Christian Bale and Ewan and J Rhys Meyers. I saw it when it came out and I remember being one of four people in the theatre. You knew they'd all have big careers.

    Executive Decision with Kurt Russell. Not my usual thing, but I was on the edge of my seat!

    It's so disgusting outside, I'm going to watch Neil Simon's Plaza Suite on TCM later. The vignette with Walter Matthau and Lee Grant is hilarious.

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    I watched It's Complicated with Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin. Oh, Jim from The Office was in it, too.

    I gotta say, I couldn't wait for this movie to be over. It was so freaking boring and the only humorous scenes were with Alec Baldwin. But even those scenes were few and far between.

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    Hide with Christian Kane a really excellent little indie movie along the lines of Natural Born Killers.

    From Paris with Love. It sucks, bad. I can't believe Luc Besson made such a bad movie, but then he did cast John Revolting and Jonathan Rhys Myers. Seriously, do not waste your time with this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurent View Post
    Angels & Demons. I love the Robert Langdon books, but Tom Hanks just isn't him for me. I don't know who I see in that role, but Hanks just doesn't make me think handsome, genius Harvard symbologist. And the movies are hacking the damn books all to pieces. .
    your right.. Robert Langdon was supposed to be Russell Crowe but then Ron Howard couldn't wait for him and used Tom Hanks - who is just not Robert Langdon!!!!arrrrr

    Quote Originally Posted by LynnieD View Post
    I didn't cry no....got a tad misty, but nothing major. Hell I cried like a small infant watching UP, so I assumed I would lose it during that part, but just didn't. Black charred heart that I have!
    I cried at Up too

    Avatar - starting to wear on me but the boy tots still watch it 24/7

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    "She's Out Of My League" was very disappointing. The commercials were misleading, because it looked funny but it wasn't. I didn't laugh out loud once. I thought it was very cliche and relied too much on excessive cursing and the stereotypical "funny buddy sidekicks" for cheap laughs. I felt as though this movie tried too hard to be a poor man's Judd Apatow flick, only minus the laughs. I found myself at the end wishing I could get back the wasted 104 minutes of my life back...and also the $20+ bucks I spent on this garbage.

    A quote on the front of the movie case says "The funniest comedy since 'The Hangover'!" Woooooow, whoever wrote that must have either been high out of their mind or was paid a large chunk of change because that is an outright lie! However, this is just my humble opinion.

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    I tried to watch Funny People with Adam Sandler & Seth Rogen. I got bored and turned.

    Watched The Hangover again. That movie still makes me laugh my ass off and it changed the way I pronounce the word 'retard.'

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    Toy Story 3

    Kinda dark for a kids movie.. themes of abandonment, new stages in life starting, coping with that. Some kid started crying in the theater

    Lots of laughs too, but still. a bit dark.
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