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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    How to Die in Oregon- I've been telling everyone to see it. Powerful. Very sad.
    i watched it this morning. Powerful is a great word for it.
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    Fear.

    Mark Wahlberg played a terrifyingly realistic psychopath! The ending had me sitting on the edge of my seat, biting my nails. So many unsettling and tense moments. What's scary about this is that it's a real life synerio...not an over dramatized bloodbath, horror movie with a psycho killer wielding a knife- but real people. Real psychos.

    Oh, random...I know, but the dad in this movie is really hot! No clue who he is though... *runs off to google him*

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    ^ I love Fear!!! That dad was CSI's Grimm!

    I watched the The Town yesterday. It was really good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmmdee View Post
    ^ I love Fear!!! That dad was CSI's Grimm!
    I had no idea the dad was from CSI! He's still hot!

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    Purple Rain. I watch it like five times a week. I'm sick
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    Goodfellas was on the History Channel the other night so I watched it. I've seen it about four times and it never gets old.
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    Bridesmaids.

    It was alright. I liked the storyline but i disagree it's the "funniest movie of the year." Didn't live up to it's hype, for me. It was amusing, but nowhere near what I was expecting. But women being vulgar and vomit and shit jokes have just never been funny to me.

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    X-Men: First Class (2011)

    The acting from the main leads was good. James McAvoy, Kevin Bacon and Micheal Fassbender. However the plot felt more like that from a bond movie.

    Although the action scenes are good, the younger X-Men were underused and didn't have a whole lot to do until the end. Also they didn't have much interaction with James McAvoy's character which was weird considering he recruited them.


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    The Romantics. I liked it. Katie Holmes was better than I ever thought she'd be.

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    Purple Rain. I watch it like five times a week. I'm sick
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    Goodfellas was on the History Channel the other night so I watched it.
    Ray Liotta is so sexy in that movie.

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    Bridesmaids.

    I liked the storyline but i disagree it's the "funniest movie of the year." Didn't live up to it's hype, for me.
    I agree. I really thought it'd be funnier since it got so much hype.

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    Super 8: The first two thirds rolled along as a great action/suspense/horror... but then came the ending. Don't wanna spoil anyone, but I was more satisfied with the way Cloverfield ended - and that ain't a glowing recommendation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DitaPage* View Post
    Bridesmaids.

    It was alright. I liked the storyline but i disagree it's the "funniest movie of the year." Didn't live up to it's hype, for me. It was amusing, but nowhere near what I was expecting. But women being vulgar and vomit and shit jokes have just never been funny to me.
    I think the trouble was that it was billed as pure comedy. Some of the stuff was over the top (I could have lived without the bridal shop scene and the thing with the sub sandwhiches for example) but the core story was well done.

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    Super 8: The first two thirds rolled along as a great action/suspense/horror... but then came the ending. Don't wanna spoil anyone, but I was more satisfied with the way Cloverfield ended - and that ain't a glowing recommendation.
    The trailer looked stupid but I read an article in Entertainment Weekly that almost had me excited for this. Looks like I'll be waiting on Netflix.

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    Carolina Moon. It was on Lifetime if that tells you anything. It was, however, a great movie, but the book was better.

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    Paranormal Activity

    better with lights on.
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    Scott Pilgrim vs. The World

    funny and fun
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