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    Finally saw Social Network which was good, even if it was a bit long. Jesse E was fantastic as Mark Z. I loved the kid who played Eduardo and just found out he's the new Spider-Man.

    Justin T is one of the few celebs who always annoys the crap out of me so I enjoyed hating him in this role.

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    Tangled

    Not a bad movie. I really liked it but most of the music was horrible. That surprised me, usually Disney movies have much better music. The best one, IMHO, was 'Mother Knows Best'. Not sure if thats the title or not but that was by far the best song in the entire movie.

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    I'm totally embarrassed to admit that I watched "Twilight: Eclipse" last weekend. I'm not even sure it was worth the $1.50 redbox fee, or my 2+ hours to watch. I was totally bored. There was zero continuity in the movie. My husband saw about 20 minutes of it and asked me if I was serious, because it was just soo bad.

    Still, I'm sure I'll pay the $1.50 again when the 4th movie comes out. It's amazing how the movies keep getting worse, though they also keep getting a bigger budget.

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    I finally watched Single White Female and it is very LeMann.
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    ^ Absoultely.

    We watched Up today for the first time. It could have been a truly beautiful short story. The parts with the talking dogs were a bit weird but served a purpose I guess. I loved Ed Asner and the animation of him was beautiful...something about the way he rubbed his hands over his face reminded me of my grandpa.

    Sweet movie.

    Rewatching Princess and the Frog at the moment. It's ok. The music is great and they manage to bring out some of the best things about NO while leaving out the most smarmy bits.

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    A Face in the Crowd. It was seriously good, I love Andy Griffith.

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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    Watched "Easy A" again, I fucking love this movie. Love that it has a pretty serious message about the double standard between guys/girls without getting totally preachy. Love the throwback to old 80s/Hughes movies. And seriously, she is the most likable character with the best family I have seen in a movie in awhile, I wish I knew her in real life. And got to hang out with her family. Makes me laugh every time.
    Watched this because of your review. Extremely well done, one of the best teen movies I've ever seen. Loved the main character too and her parents. Both Stanley Tucci and Patricia Clarkson were hilarious.

    I just wish this film hadn't defiled Huck Finn for me, lol.

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    Winter's Bone. Hands down the best movie I've seen in years. Now I wish it had won some of the Oscars it was up for.
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    The Fourth Floor (Netflix)

    I think I love this movie mostly because I love Juliette Lewis (I just ignore the whole $cientology thing and hope that one day she comes to her senses). Premise of movie - girl asserting independence moves into an apartment with strange neighbours, one of whom has a big problem with noise and leaves threatening notes on her door telling her to cease and desist or else. Manages to be fairly creepy in spots and is a fairly decent way to pass some time. I am a bit embarrassed to admit that even though I have seen this movie a few times, I still don't quite get the ending. I guess I can use that as an excuse to watch it again.

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    We watched Yogi Bear and How do you Know.

    Yogi Bear was your typical kids movie. Not as funny as I figured it would be for that type of movie. I know Justin Timberlake was the voice of Boo Boo, but it sure didn't sound like him.

    How do you Know was with Reese Witherspoon and penis nose. I usually like Reese's movies, but I just couldn't get into it or the characters. Not the worst movie I have seen, but I was miffed I lost 90 minutes to watch it.

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    Watched Terms of Endearment yesteday. I never get tired of watching this movie. Too many great scenes to mention, but I love the night before Emma's wedding where Aurora tells her "you are not special enough to overcome a bad marriage". Aurora's lunch date with Garrett and the scene in the hospital where she begs the nurses to give Emma the painkillers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManxMouse View Post
    The Social Network. Really enjoyed it, the Zuckerberg character made me laugh my ass off despite (because of?) being such an asshole. I think it's my anti-authoritarian streak, his responses to the Harvard admin board and the lawyers during the deposition were GOLD.
    this. i absolutely loved the zuckerberg character.
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    Even though most of Saturday was spent camping, I got a chance to see:

    "Cirque du Freak - The Vampire's Assistant" cool, surreal special effects. Beautiful cinematography. Non-Hollywood plot. I thought one of the teenage actors (Josh Hutcherson from "Bridge to Terabithia") was terrific. John C. Reilly was one of the weirdest vampires ever. Willem de Foe was terrific in a small role. Very interesting to see Ken Watanabe in his freaky role.

    "October Sky" - very inspiring and poignant. Real-life story about a kid (Jake Gyllenhal), growing up in a coal-mining town, aspiring to be a rocket scientist, against the wishes of his father. But he does have the critical support of a teacher. Especially cool, and kind of sad, to see the very end when they show what happened to all of the characters.

    "Novo" - kind of like "Memento". Quirky. About a guy with a severe short-term memory problem. First time I ever saw Anna Mouglalis - gorgeous. I really identified strongly with the affection shown between the father and son toward the end of the film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    A Man For All Seasons- Paul Scofield, Wendy Hiller, Robert Shaw.

    I've seen it a million times- Henry VIII, Thomas More, and 'The King's Great Matter'. It never gets old.


    That is a good movie. Loved it

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    My boyfriend and I saw Limitless on Sunday. I thought it was pretty good, better than I expected...definitely entertaining. I'm assuming my boyfriend liked it too because it's the first movie in awhile that he's actually stayed awake through.

    The brain doesn't need blood. It just needs to be kept wet.

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