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    forgot to post it but saw 'the artist' a while back. really enjoyed it. great acting and just a beautiful film all around.
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    Snow Cake: I love anything with Alan Rickman in it. I'll watch this dude all friggin day and I'll never tire of him. A good story about a dude that picks up a chick hitchiker. They get into an accident and the girl dies. He ends up going to her Mom's house(Sigourney Weaver) and the story takes off from there. I was a blubbering mess when it was all over.
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    Footloose ***
    Circa 2012 not the classic never should have been redone 80's version. But I did like it enough. I love music and dancing and I really liked that they kept the same characters and storyline and didn't try to fix something that wasnt broken...Well besides remaking it.

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    The Hunger Games. Loved it.
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    City Island - so bad and so stereotypical I cut it off after twenty minutes
    The Core - I can pretty much watch Stanley Tucci in anything, even a preposterous Armageddon-type film.
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    Just watched Extremely Loud and Incredibly close. Didn't care for it. Part of me wanted to kick the little kid in it, and part of me wanted to hug him.(a very small part)
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    I watched Rebel Without A Cause earlier and I still love this movie

    must have seen it 50 different times over the years but it is still such a great movie and everyone was pretty much perfectly cast especially James Dean as Jim Stark

    although it was kinda funny to see Jim Backus as Frank Stark as I always identify him as Thurston Howell III

    Dean is just amazing as Jim Stark and you can tell he could've been a fantastic actor had he lived

    Sal Mineo was certainly very good in this as Plato

    this is a movie I think everyone should see at least once and it still holds up well today I think

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    Quote Originally Posted by msdeb View Post
    Just watched Extremely Loud and Incredibly close. Didn't care for it. Part of me wanted to kick the little kid in it, and part of me wanted to hug him.(a very small part)
    i hate jonathan safran foer and because it was so hyped and i'm a masochist i forced myself to read the book even thought i'd already disliked his first gimmicky novel, everything is illuminated. have no intention of watching the movie and from the sound of it, i'm not missing out on anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    i hate jonathan safran foer and because it was so hyped and i'm a masochist i forced myself to read the book even thought i'd already disliked his first gimmicky novel, everything is illuminated. have no intention of watching the movie and from the sound of it, i'm not missing out on anything.
    Hate him,too. Was given Everything is Illuminated. It's all very old schtick with no center. I'm sure not going to venture into Foer's screeds on pure vegan morality.
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    yeah i'm not that much of a masochist. not touching that one.
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    Everything is Illuminated and Extremely Loud, etc. are why I quit book club. People raved about these pieces of crap. All I could think of was the Emperor's New Clothes. Please, like leavings in a litterbox, cover up this author's work quickly so the whole place doesn't stink!

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    The Hunger Games. I liked it.
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    Bridesmaids. It sucked. About 5 laughs in the whole thing. I cannot believe Melissa McCarthy got an Oscar nod for that dreck.
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    ^ Arent they working on a sequel? Or did Kristen Wiig say it isnt going to happen? I hope they let it be because I agree, that flick was putrid.

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    Fade to Black.

    Italy, 1948. Intriguing murder mystery, well written and acted, clever dialogue. Orson Welles--played by Danny Huston, whom I love--while filming 'Black Magic', finds himself in the thick of a murder plot that hints at the beginnings of Operation Gladio. Also with Paz Vega and Christopher Walken.

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