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    I think I'll rewatch Six Degrees of Seperation tonight to remind myself that Will Smith was once semi-normal. Plus, I love Stockard Channing. She's the balls.
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    The Orphanage - Guillermo Del Toro

    it was wicked! Subtle and creepy, suspenseful and sad all at once. I liked it better than Pan's Labyrinth, though I've always liked a good ghost story.
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    Superbad ** if it wasn't for the cops and McLovin the movie would have been unbearable. I didn't like it.

    The newer Bourne movie ** Good action but the original was much better.
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    i loveeeeed the latest bourne... i actually rewatched the original the other day and it's nowhere near as tightly paced
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    i love the bourne movies but i'm still pissed they killed off franka potente. she's awesome in anything and they're just not as good without her. i know it's a necessary part of the story but it still makes me mad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaintTheTownRed View Post
    Superbad ** if it wasn't for the cops and McLovin the movie would have been unbearable. I didn't like it.

    The newer Bourne movie ** Good action but the original was much better.
    The husband said those exact same words to me after we watched it.

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    ^^^ If Jonah Hill and his fat unfunny ugly face wasn't any it, just urging me to punch him, I would have liked it too. I just had to bring that up again because I'm bitter
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    Checked out We Are Marshall and Accepted. Both good movies.

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    Jesus Camp - a documentary on how Evangelists raise their young. It was flesh crawling in some parts (the way they kept telling them they were at war, pretty much against their own countrymen/women) and hopeful in the fact that their overall message was love. Heck, at their camps they had go carts, in Islamic camps, they have hand grenades.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingcap72 View Post
    Checked out We Are Marshall and Accepted. Both good movies.
    We Are Marshall was good? I wanted to check it out but was terrified it would just too cheesy. Maybe I'll check it out.
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    the kingdom: ugh
    planet terror: cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by january View Post
    We Are Marshall was good? I wanted to check it out but was terrified it would just too cheesy. Maybe I'll check it out.
    January, I just watched it Sunday night...I didn't think it was cheesy. I really did think it was pretty good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Goose View Post
    January, I just watched it Sunday night...I didn't think it was cheesy. I really did think it was pretty good.
    Thanks Goose! I think I will see it. The whole inspirational sports team who overcomes the odds movies have really been too much for me lately, but maybe this one is different.
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    ^^^
    i hate inspirational anything overcoming the odds movies.
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    Jesus Camp - a documentary on how Evangelists raise their young. It was flesh crawling in some parts (the way they kept telling them they were at war, pretty much against their own countrymen/women) and hopeful in the fact that their overall message was love. Heck, at their camps they had go carts, in Islamic camps, they have hand grenades.
    Great flick and I'd say the kids (never mind the adults)b were just as scary as any Islamic kids. The parents were eye-wateringly crazy, especially the mother who was teaching the kid about climate change. And how great was it to have Ted Haggart in it?? I saw the movie just after he was revealed as a gay escort loving meth snorting fraud. Brilliant.
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