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    3:10 to Yuma. I loved it. It renewed my Russell Crowe love. He is da man and da hotness. He was so good. He's so talented. However, I hated the ending. Totally improbable and unbelievable. Just wouldn't happen. It was a great, great movie though. Ben Foster was sooooo good. He was perfectly cast. I was surprised that I was just meh on Christian Bale. I think he was completely eclipsed by Crowe.


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    I just finished watching Nanny Diaries and The Lookout. Both were pretty good.
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    "One Missed Call".

    Don't waste your money.

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    Waiting for Guffman, hilarious. I actually watched it a couple times last week before I sent it back to Netflix. I'm currently looking at the DVD for A Mighty Wind, and will be going upstairs to watch it in a couple minutes.

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    Dewey Cox / Walk Hard

    Hilarious, and has male frontal nudity. More bang for the buck.

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    I know who killed me.. It was a pretty good movie, I liked it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDayButToday View Post
    Waiting for Guffman, hilarious. I actually watched it a couple times last week before I sent it back to Netflix. I'm currently looking at the DVD for A Mighty Wind, and will be going upstairs to watch it in a couple minutes.
    I love it when the theatre director says "I hate you and I hate your ass face." You have to be there, lol.

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    "I am Legend" - I did not like it much. The mutated humans were not scary enough, the looked like they came straight out of a computer game. I was really excited to see this movie, and was very disappointed, maybe my expectations were too high. I feel that the story had a lot of potential, which was just wasted. Only at times I did feel the isolation and despair of the protagonist.

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    joe strummer: the future is unwritten.
    great documentary, very funny and witty and honest.
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    Waiting for Guffman, hilarious. I actually watched it a couple times last week before I sent it back to Netflix. I'm currently looking at the DVD for A Mighty Wind, and will be going upstairs to watch it in a couple minutes.

    Love the director...Christopher....shit...what is his name? Married to Jamie Lee Curtis...shit

    Just remembered...Christopher Guest. Glad the senility hasn't completely taken hold.
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    Superbad. I just loved it. I'm partial to Seth Rogen's humour after the 40 year old virgin and Superbad was awesome too esp. since the virgins were high school boys and it was a lot more believable and appropriate. Many extremely funny scenes, excellent acting and unpredictable at times which is not that easy in a genre riddled with cliches like the teen movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    Just remembered...Christopher Guest. Glad the senility hasn't completely taken hold.
    I'm loving Christopher Guest lately. I had seen Spinal Tap years ago, and then completely forgot he has other movies. I think Best in Show is next in my Netflix queue.

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    I too love Christopher Guest and all his movies, but my favorite will always be "Best in Show". I could watch it a million times and still pee my pants with laughter!

    Oh and I just saw "Atonement" yesterday, definitely not worth the money. I was falling asleep through it and just couldn't get that creepy girl's eyes out of my head.
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    yep christopher guest and his whole crew are hilarious; you kinda have to watch the films over and over again b/c they're so nuanced but = true love!

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttmunch View Post
    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.
    Was he the evil televangelist who TOTALLY shot down Levi's hopes and aspirations in 5 seconds flat? What an asshat!
    That little girl was WAY too happy to be screaming the word "blood" in my humble opinion, she needs psychiatric help.
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