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    Revolutionary Road

    I hated the ending. >.<
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    Fired Up. Stupid.


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    Darkness Falls

    I remember taking my son to see this at the movie theatre when he was a kid. Good times.

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    Leave Her to Heaven. Fatal Attraction's grandmother movie about obsessive love.
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    The Final Destination

    Hated it with a passion.
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    "9" the animation movie

    It kept my attention. I didn't know it was Elijah Wood, Christopher Plummer, Jennifer Connolly, etc doing the voices. I actually would have preferred if 9 didn't have a voice.

    I really liked it, but at the end I was like oooookkkkk, nothin more? Still pretty good movie to me.
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    Alone in the Dark II - 2008 (click on title for IMDB page) - awful i only managed to get half way through this before i switched off. Awful.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    My husband and I don't like to watch any movie that has any animals die or suffer, however, in certain movie's it's called for so I explain to him that the animal is an actor and has much more money than us...
    This is me!! I won't see a movie with a dog as the "main" character because they always die (Marley and Me).

    I saw Dinner with Schmucks. The parts that are funny are REALLY funny, but some of it is a bit slow. Overall, I liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    Leave Her to Heaven. Fatal Attraction's grandmother movie about obsessive love.
    Ohhh, I LOVE that movie, pure soap opera entertainment. Gene Tierney was so gorgeous, and so evil. Did you ever see the 80's remake with Loni Anderson and Patrick Duffy? It was so bad, it was almost good.

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    "little manhattan".
    such a cute movie and very well done, i recommend it to everyone.
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    Inception.
    Loved it. i'm pretty sure the Nolan brothers are on drugs after having seen that
    But jeez, that must be good stuff cause this movie was awesome
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    Technically the last movie I watched was The Final Destination. I had seen it in the theater where it was in 3D. A lot was lost by putting it on tv.

    But I watched "The Pledge" just hours before. Incredible cast. Jack Nicholson, Robin Wright (Penn-at the time) , cameos from Mickey Rourke, Helen Mirren, Lois Smith, Benicio Del Torro, Harry Dean Stanton, Sam Shepard...the movie itself was ok. The end was one of the most unsatisfying I think I've ever seen. A big build up to nothing.
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    Army Of Darkness
    “You never know what's around the corner. It could be everything. Or it could be nothing. You keep putting one foot in front of the other, and then one day you look back and you've climbed a mountain.” - Tom Hiddleston

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisNine View Post
    This is me!! I won't see a movie with a dog as the "main" character because they always die (Marley and Me).
    Maybe we could avoid mentioning what happens in movies for those of us who haven't seen them yet ... like me.

    Fame [the remake]

    Just as boring as the original. I don't know why they bothered.

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    Actually I watched this a while ago, but I went on Hulu recently and it reminded me.

    Blindsight - The first blind man to ever scale Mt. Everest takes a group of blind Tibetan children and teenagers for their first major hike into the Himalayas. It's a documentary. You can see it here: Hulu - Blindsight - Watch the full feature film now.

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