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    Contraband. Loved. Mark W is sexay.

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    "Triangle" with Melissa George and Liam Hemsworth. Friends on a yachting trip in the Atlantic run into a disastrous storm. They are able to get onto a passing ship that is mysteriously empty. Weird things ensue.

    Very creepy and eerie and gets even more so toward the ending. When George tosses a dead seagull into a pit that turns out to contain a bunch of other dead seagulls, it's like a plot twist on top of a plot twist.

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    A Dangerous Method with Fassy and Viggo. It's ok. Keira Knightley ruins it. Can't stand her over-acting. It hasnt changed all these years.

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    Moneyball. It's a good movie, but I wouldn't consider it oscar good. Brad Pitt was good in it, but I wouldn't consider it an oscar performance.
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    Operation: Dumbo Drop

    I'll watch anything with Ray Liotta! It was on HBO like at 3 a.m. and I couldn't sleep so. Anyway, it was actually very funny. Based on a true story.

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    I watched I Love You, Phillip Morris

    My husband started watching it and I had actually missed the first 10 minutes or so. I thought it was weird and creepy and wondered why either Jim Carrey or Ewan McGregor would be in such an odd movie. I honestly thought the movie was so far fetched and creepy that I didn't want to finish watching it. I did make it to the end, though... only to find out the movie is based on an actual relationship! It was a true story...lol... I guess the first 10 minutes when it apparently said, "It happened. It really did" (or something like that - my husband told me that) was an important part of the movie in terms of how you view it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stef View Post
    "intouchables". this is one of the best movies i've seen in a long time. i don't think this airs worldwide since it's a french movie, but if you're able to see this in your country, you absolutely have to.
    I praised it here too. Almost 2 millions Germans in like 3 weeks have seen it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    "Triangle" with Melissa George and Liam Hemsworth. Friends on a yachting trip in the Atlantic run into a disastrous storm. They are able to get onto a passing ship that is mysteriously empty. Weird things ensue.

    Very creepy and eerie and gets even more so toward the ending. When George tosses a dead seagull into a pit that turns out to contain a bunch of other dead seagulls, it's like a plot twist on top of a plot twist.
    Is this the movie that repeats itself over and over and then at the end it just begins again? If it's the same movie I'm thinking of, I saw it on Netflix a while ago.

    I didn't get it.

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    The Tree of Life by Terence Malick.

    Hated it. So much. Pretentious twaddle. Never thought I'd agree with the Cannes audience who booed or walked out on a Malick film.
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    Paranormal Activity 3-same as the other two. Gets interesting at the end.

    Final Destination 5-same as the other 4. Good death scenes. Horrid acting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icepik View Post
    I watched I Love You, Phillip Morris

    My husband started watching it and I had actually missed the first 10 minutes or so. I thought it was weird and creepy and wondered why either Jim Carrey or Ewan McGregor would be in such an odd movie. I honestly thought the movie was so far fetched and creepy that I didn't want to finish watching it. I did make it to the end, though... only to find out the movie is based on an actual relationship! It was a true story...lol... I guess the first 10 minutes when it apparently said, "It happened. It really did" (or something like that - my husband told me that) was an important part of the movie in terms of how you view it.
    I haven't watched the movie but I know the real life story it's based on. That one guy is still in jail. I think he's escaped about 4 or 5 times...
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    Quote Originally Posted by louiswinthorpe111 View Post
    Moneyball. It's a good movie, but I wouldn't consider it oscar good. Brad Pitt was good in it, but I wouldn't consider it an oscar performance.

    We got that from Netflix last night. I read the overview and asked my husband if it was a Major League remake. Sounds like the same story.

    Quote Originally Posted by Icepik View Post
    I watched I Love You, Phillip Morris

    My husband started watching it and I had actually missed the first 10 minutes or so. I thought it was weird and creepy and wondered why either Jim Carrey or Ewan McGregor would be in such an odd movie. I honestly thought the movie was so far fetched and creepy that I didn't want to finish watching it. I did make it to the end, though... only to find out the movie is based on an actual relationship! It was a true story...lol... I guess the first 10 minutes when it apparently said, "It happened. It really did" (or something like that - my husband told me that) was an important part of the movie in terms of how you view it.
    Every time I hear that title, I expect it to be about smoking. Jim C and Ewan M seem like a very weird pairing.

    Quote Originally Posted by olivia View Post
    The Tree of Life by Terence Malick.

    Hated it. So much. Pretentious twaddle. Never thought I'd agree with the Cannes audience who booed or walked out on a Malick film.
    Is that the one that everyone thought was shot beautifully but was otherwise strange? Sounds familiar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bellatheball View Post
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    Is that the one that everyone thought was shot beautifully but was otherwise strange? Sounds familiar.
    Yeah, I think so. It's so empty. I'm one of the few who liked A Thin Red Line. This one has similar qualities but I just thought it was posing as cheap philosophy or mysticism or something, who knows. Honestly, by the end, I didn't care.

    It also killed Jessica Chastaine as an actress for me. Her role is so embarrassing I had to look away.
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    An American Crime with Katherine Keener and Ellen Page. Disturbing movie based on real-life events. Of course I had to then spend the rest of the night reading about the real case and had major nightmares.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nwgirl View Post
    An American Crime with Katherine Keener and Ellen Page. Disturbing movie based on real-life events. Of course I had to then spend the rest of the night reading about the real case and had major nightmares.
    My friend recommended this and the mr had to turn it off he was so appalled by it, not the movie itself, but the actions of the foster lady.
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