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    Interstellar. I loved it, Matthew McConaughey was fantastic and so was the little girl who played his daughter. Jessica Chastain kind of annoyed me and Hackaway made me want to punch her face in as usual. Fun story though, which I expect from Christopher Nolan.

    I watched this with my 11 year old son and he was hooked all the way through. He thought it was really cool how the story entertwined time, space, gravity, family and love into one movie. Bit long though.
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    Calito's Way, again. Great viewing.

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    Room. I thought it was awful, the only good thing about it was Jacob Tremblay's performance.

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    So I watched the Kurt Cobain documentary on HBO last night. His suicide was really inevitable. This dude had been mentally ill since his teens, and tried to kill himself then. I know Kurt was mentally ill, but I really have no excuse for Courtney. Interesting watching, and I sang along....lol
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    The Man from U.N.C.L.E., a Guy Ritchie film. It's not Rocka N Rolla, but it entertained me enough. Henry Cavill is worth watching. It falls a little far on the campy side at times and the plot is lame but it's slick and quick witted with interesting characters.
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    I love you Beth Cooper. Gave me some laughs, I enjoyed it.
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    Less Than Zero. It was okay, though RDJ did a great job, and prime James Spader is always an absolute pleasure to see.

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    Star Wars. It kept me entertained more than I thought it would. Full marks to John and Daisy.
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    Gone Girl. It was terrible and flat. Who the fuck would do anything for someone as bland as Ben Affleck, let alone kill a guy? Esp when the guy had that nice of a lake house.

    Ugh, it was awful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brah View Post
    Gone Girl. It was terrible and flat. Who the fuck would do anything for someone as bland as Ben Affleck, let alone kill a guy? Esp when the guy had that nice of a lake house.

    Ugh, it was awful.
    The book was horrible.

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    The Force Awakens. Freaking loved it though I knew I would. Adam Driver is so gonna get it whether he wants it or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brah View Post
    Less Than Zero. It was okay, though RDJ did a great job, and prime James Spader is always an absolute pleasure to see.
    I didn't know there was a movie based on the book! I'm going to watch this soon.
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    The Force Awakens. Loved it and will go see it again tomorrow. It has the feel of the original trilogy and I loved all the new characters. BB8 is the cutest. It also reignited my love for Harrison Ford.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brah View Post
    Less Than Zero. It was okay, though RDJ did a great job, and prime James Spader is always an absolute pleasure to see.
    The weak link in the film is Andrew McCarthy. He's such a cipher of an actor with the screen presence of a yield sign. But the scene in the convertible driving back from Palm Springs is heartbreaking. I think it was the camera shot and the haunting music. It made me tear up, it did. The only other movie from the 80s that can do that to me is The Color Purple.
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    "screen presence of a yield sign"
    LOL He really was too bland for the part, same with Jamie Gertz.

    I did tear up during that part, but only because RDJ did such a great job in the film .
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