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    Jason falsely reported that Nick tried to break in. What I imagine is that the mother kept threatening Jason, in her heroin haze, to report Nick's death. The cops were called to the house a couple times by the mother, because of fights with Jason but she turned the cops away. Jason was trying to cover his tracks by saying he had seen his brother after the date of Nick's disappearance, getting the sighting officially on the record before his mother could make good on her threats to report the murder. That's what I imagine anyway.

    It doesn't make perfect sense. Nothing in this case does. Most of the details could fit at least two scenarios (like the whole lie detector bit with the mother.) I don't know how Bourdin even lasted a minute inside his new identity under such completely alien circumstances. What a strange little man.
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    That guy is weird, to be sure. I almost felt sorry for him...maybe I still do just a little. Maybe if he'd had a different upbringing, he'd be doing something amazing with his time, because he's obviously incredibly smart. I didn't really understand, due to his lack of schooling, how he spoke such great English, albeit with an obvious accent. But yes, I agree, Jason seeing Nicholas breaking in was only a red herring of sorts to cover his tracks. But like you said, both scenarios fit and the ending left a lot of questions unanswered. I felt so bad for Charlie at the end, too. lol
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    The Factory. It was awful! I can't believe John Cusack picked up the script for this pile of shit and thought it was a good project to be involved in. He must need money bad.
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    The Campaign. Loved it. We cracked up so much during this movie, so suck it haters.
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    The Evil Dead remake. It was gory and fun but not great. Stick with the original.
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    Hellboy was on while I was making breakfast. I love that movie and I love Guillermo del Toro and his delightfully grotesque imagination.

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    It was Netflix weekend for me. After reading about it getting an award for best movie, I watched Barfi, a cute bollywood lovestory involving a speech and hearing impaired man. I'm leaving it at that Only 2 hrs which is short by bollywood standards.
    Then it was The Source. Women in a village situated in Northern Africa who band together to go on strike against the men. Loved it! Anything to do with gender inequality always get me fired up.

    Takers ...couple good chase and shootout moments but all I could focus on was how old Matt Dillion has gotten and he still makes the same facial movement with his chin I've seen him make back in "Little Darlings".
    Oh what I would give if Little Darlings was on Netflix!! *sigh

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    Dark Skies- It was pretty good. It kinda reminded me of Poltergeist. I thought Keri Russel's acting was good.

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    Stakeland - vampire/post apocalypse with good acting from people I've never seen before. Very gory. Walking Dead could learn some lessons from this flick, though. The film doesn't skimp on showing survivalist details - like how do they get food? Wash? Set traps for vamps (zombies)? - which is the kind of thing that would make WD soooo much more interesting. The film was made for nothing, yet they manage to create really interesting sets to travel through, it really doesn't take much. Also, I'm shocked WD hasn't stolen one particular religious angle of this film. It would make a lot of sense in any apocalypse if you think about it.

    So, not a great film by any means but it could certainly school WD.
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    The Hobbit, on a plane to miami

    What a bloated, shitty paced, gratuitously self indulgent piece of garbage. It exists for no reason. None of the characters are compelling, the story is crap, all the CG nonsense is dreary, the aforementioned pacing is HORRIBLE... and FFS, they SING in the movie. Full on stupid ass dwarf songs. I got through about half way (fast forwarding their shitty songs) and then turned it off. Even locked in a cigar tube at 30K feet with limited entertainment options I turned it off. Terrible.
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    ^oh,...I am bummed to hear that. That is my next Netflix movie...lol

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    i got home last night and the breakfast club was on, followed by sixteen candles. i love those movies so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olivia View Post
    Stakeland - vampire/post apocalypse with good acting from people I've never seen before. Very gory. Walking Dead could learn some lessons from this flick, though. The film doesn't skimp on showing survivalist details - like how do they get food? Wash? Set traps for vamps (zombies)? - which is the kind of thing that would make WD soooo much more interesting. The film was made for nothing, yet they manage to create really interesting sets to travel through, it really doesn't take much. Also, I'm shocked WD hasn't stolen one particular religious angle of this film. It would make a lot of sense in any apocalypse if you think about it.

    So, not a great film by any means but it could certainly school WD.
    Yeah, I enjoyed Stakeland too. But it was weird, I totally thought I was watching Mary Woronov (Miss Togar from Rock n Roll High School), but it was Kelly McGillis, who's got to be a good 20 years younger. I dig her bad-ass style, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    i got home last night and the breakfast club was on, followed by sixteen candles. i love those movies so much.
    Me, too. Especially "Sixteen Candles". I think I loved everything about that movie. LOVED Molly Ringwald. Loved Paul Dooley as the dad, especially toward the end when he realized that everybody had missed out on his younger daughter's day. Anthony Michael Hall was amazing - total star turn for him. Inappropriate Grandpa Fred. Gropey Grandma Helen. John Cusack in a small role as a geek at the dance. I love that my kids love it.
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