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    Wall Street 2. I enjoyed it.
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    Sugar. It was about a Dominican Republic baseball pitcher playing in the US. Not too bad a movie. Didn't know any of the actors, but i did like the lead guy...Algenis Perez Soto.
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    against the dark. low budget apocalyptic movie with more flesh eating zombies that get smarter as the movie progresses. featuring a rather bloated steven seagal. kind of a rip off of the i am legend novel but it did creep me out.

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    Unstoppable, it was a great movie. A+ rating.

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    Memoirs of a Geisha- I watched this last night with my boyfriend's daughter, she has read the book twice and was excited to watch the film version. I have to say at first I was a little lost at first (having not read the book) but caught on right away. I thought it was a very good movie. Oh and Ken Wantanabe is hot!

    The Day the Earth Stood Still (2008)- I thought it was very boring and cheesy. It slowly began to get a little better about halfway through but I fell asleep before the end...although, I'm pretty sure the movie is predictable enough just from what I saw that I know what happens. Even the hottness that is Keanu could not save it for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Straight View Post
    against the dark. low budget apocalyptic movie with more flesh eating zombies that get smarter as the movie progresses. featuring a rather bloated steven seagal. kind of a rip off of the i am legend novel but it did creep me out.
    Ive been meaning to watch this movie for quite some time but I kept putting it off because I read Steven was barely in it. How was it?

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    Easy A. Watched it On Demand with my teenage daughters. eh.

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    Black Swan. Really liked it.

    Toy Story 3. I cried. It was really cute.

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    The Dead Pool. Lots of cheesy 80's stuff, young Jim Carrey, young-ish Liam Neeson and Clint being awesome, yeah I enjoyed it quite a bit.
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    We watched Toy Story 3, Despicable Me, How to Train Your Dragon and Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore over the holidays. All of them were pretty good, except for Cats & Dogs. I liked the first one better than this second installment. My youngest and her cousins seemed to like it though. *shrug*

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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeStar70 View Post
    We watched Toy Story 3, Despicable Me, How to Train Your Dragon and Cats & Dogs: The Revenge of Kitty Galore over the holidays. All of them were pretty good, except for Cats & Dogs. I liked the first one better than this second installment. My youngest and her cousins seemed to like it though. *shrug*
    That sucks because I have this coming in from Netflix this week. I loved the first one so much, this makes me sad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmmdee View Post
    Black Swan. Really liked it.

    Toy Story 3. I cried. It was really cute.
    When I saw TS3 in the theatres with my kids this summer I cried so much I was embarrassed for the lights to go on.

    We watched it on DVD again the other night. Did the same damn thing. Those little computer animated toys show more acting chops than many real actors these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SHELLEE View Post
    That sucks because I have this coming in from Netflix this week. I loved the first one so much, this makes me sad.
    Sorry Shellee. The kids did like it,...I just didn't care for it as much as the first one. The first one was so cute and had some funny lines in it. Chris O'Donnell was looking fine in it, so that was a plus!

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    Just saw Devil . . .meh.

    Saw Toy Story 3 a while ago, and I cried too. That TS seemed scarier than the others (maybe the fiery scenes?) and that Huggy Bear or whatever his name was was a thug!

    Shrek Forever After just annoyed me, not sure why. Maybe it was Rumple's voice.

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    Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Johnny Depp. It was alright but I really didn't like the oompa loompas.
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