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    I watched "What to Expect When You're Expecting" on Netflix. I thought it was cute for what it was and was kind of surprised at how much it was slammed by critics and viewers. It's not Oscar-worthy or anything, but it's not trying to be.

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    ^ I just watched that too. I had been wanting to see it. Elizabeth Banks was hilarious in it as well as the Dad's group.

    Came in here to actually post about Footloose, the remake. I was obsessed with the first one as a kid so I was skeptical to watch this one. Well I ended up really liking it! I love the modern twist and Willard is still my favorite character. The guy who played him was great. I'm a sucker for dance movies so this was right up my alley.
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    Southland Tales. The reason that drugs should not be legalised (it was shit & could only be written by some fuckwit that was high!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    I find so many things I want to watch that I feel guilty for how full my NetFlix queue is. A couple of documentaries on North Korea. Another one on the Great Famine in the Soviet Union. The Fighter, with Wahlberg and Bale. Limitless with Bradley Cooper. Schlocky zombie movies. European exploitation female vampire movies.
    You've got to watch a couple of Herschel Gordon Lewis movies, Blood Feast and 10,000 Maniacs. Really bad shit, but so bad that they are hysterical.
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    Last House At The End Of The Street.It was okay, plot sucked.
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    We've signed up for Netflix again and the first movie we've watched was Bad Ass w/Danny Trejo. Good concept, but HORRIBLE MOVIE. Danny Trejo was able to kick every persons ass in the movie. He stole
    a bus, killed people, shredded some guys hand in a garbage disposal, blew up a warehouse, broke into houses and still managed to become an honorary policeman. *eyeroll*
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    The Guilt Trip with Barbra and Seth Rogen...not bad, but it cracked me up that she HAD to put in one of her "glam" moments near the end of the film. Seth Rogen was okay, but I liked him better in 50/50.
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    Searching for Sugarman - Netflix

    Wiki: a Swedish-British documentary film directed by Malik Bendjelloul, which details the efforts of two Cape Town fans in the late 1990s, Stephen 'Sugar' Segerman and Craig Bartholomew Strydom, to find out whether the rumored death of American musician Sixto Rodriguez was true, and, if not, to discover what had become of him. Rodriguez's music, which never took off in the United States, had become wildly popular in South Africa, but little was known about him there.

    Five stars.. I LOVED it!The story, the scenery, the music. I don't want to give away any spoilers so I can't say much more but it is a must see and the music, it's all him. Read the entire Wiki after seeing the movie, interesting facts.
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    My husband wants to watch that Sugarman movie. Now I'm excited to see it.

    Finally watched Beasts of the Southern Wild. Loved it! So refreshing to see characters without all the trained actor affectations. Great story and wonderful cinematography, though it only cost 1.3 million to make. That child potentially has a great future ahead of her. Hope Hollywood doesn't spoil her.
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    Where's Poppa?

    George Segal and the goddess Ruth Gordon. A very funny (and for many people very offensive) black comedy from 1970. Hilarious and the kind of movie you could never make now. Full of great inside NYC bits, like a cabbie passing up a well dressed black woman to pick up a white guy in a gorilla costume, and the repeated mugging/beating of Ron Leibman in Central Park.
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    Quote Originally Posted by witchcurlgirl View Post
    i watched blazing saddles this morning on cable for the millionth time. it never gets old.
    That movie never gets old, this is probably my favorite scene


    I saw Iron Man 3 , I really liked it . I thought Guy Pierce did a good job as a psycho megalomaniac
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    You've got to watch a couple of Herschel Gordon Lewis movies, Blood Feast and 10,000 Maniacs. Really bad shit, but so bad that they are hysterical.
    Oh, I watched Hershell Gordon Lewis' stuff like 30 years ago. Especially remember 10,000 Maniacs. That was pretty mindblowing. The weird thing was that Lewis was a very successful advertising writer and author before he got into moviemaking. University of Maryland had one of his books on advertising up in the McKeldin Library stacks. I actually went up there and read it. It was actually very good.

    Does NetFlix have Lewis' movies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    Oh, I watched Hershell Gordon Lewis' stuff like 30 years ago. Especially remember 10,000 Maniacs. That was pretty mindblowing. The weird thing was that Lewis was a very successful advertising writer and author before he got into moviemaking. University of Maryland had one of his books on advertising up in the McKeldin Library stacks. I actually went up there and read it. It was actually very good.

    Does NetFlix have Lewis' movies?
    Yeah, his flicks are pretty schlocky, but there is a certain twisted genius behind them. He was in advertising? Makes sense.
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    Saw that Sugarman documentary last night. It was really good!

    I also watched A Good Old Fashioned Orgy with January Jones' baby daddy. I thought it was funny as hell and totally relatable. Yes I would have an orgy with my close knit group of friends.
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    Django Unchained - The second Tarantino movie I have seen, I thought it was too long which kinda of sucked the enjoyment out of it somewhat however it is definitely a very good movie...Samuel L Jackson, Leonardo Di Caprio & Christoph Waltz really blew it out of the water with their performances, even though Samuel & Leo were robbed of Oscar nods.

    The Impossible - An absolute tear jerker and heart warming, I was a blubbering wreck lol, so if you do watch it make sure you have plenty of kleenexs.

    The Stoning of Soraya M - Amazing but powerful movie, there is one particular scene that will have you in tears.

    Recently, went to the cinema to watch:

    GI Joe Retaliation in 3D - Such a badass movie! Loved the action and The Rock really made the movie (He's the reason I'm going to go watch Fast 6 soon with the siblings! lol)

    Iron Man in 3D - I loved it, there was a definitely a different tone to the movie and the scene after the credits is funny, a subtle nod to Avengers 2!...I really wish they would have killed off a certain character (the ones who have seen it, will know who I'm on about - don't want to spoil it for the ones who haven't seen it)...Don Cheadle and RDJ make a great on screen duo (along with him & Mark Ruffalo), I really enjoyed watching them together bantering on screen...It will be interesting to see how they will explain what Tony did at the end of IM3 in Avengers 2.

    I really want to see Life of Pi & Skyfall...x

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