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    Jude Law's version of Alfie. Dull, dull, dull. Save for the luscious Nia Long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    Man, can you believe that "Django Unchained" and "12 Years a Slave" were on at the same time tonight? I had never seen any of "12 Years" and only the second part of "Django". I had to keep hitting the "last channel" button so that I could try to watch both. Both of them are just brutal.

    With "Django" at least you get to see some gory vengeance. Jamie Fox was great. DiCaprio really chewed the scenery. Christoph Walz was terrific. I cannot believe all the b-movie actors that Tarantino managed to jam in there - Don Johnson, Don Stroud (I thought he died 20 years ago - seriously), Tom Wopat, Dennis "Breaking Away" Christopher, Russ and Amber Tamblyn, Bruce Dern, Lee "Matt Houston" Horsley. Holy crap - he even had Jesus Christ in there (Ted Neeley from "Jesus Christ Superstar"). He must have been paying everybody scale except for the top 5 billed actors.

    "12 Years" was very tough to watch. Unrelenting. Chewitel Ejiofor was just amazingly expressive. And Fassbender's character was just a sadistic psychopath. Very bittersweet ending.

    Seriously both of those movies are amazing. I watched Django when it first came out, it totally kicked ass.

    JUST got finished watching 12 Years A Slave, and ITA it was very tough to watch. SO unrelenting, and based all on a true story. It's just horrifying to think that actually took place. Just....wow. Speechless at this movie.

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    Watched a cool little indie movie last night on Netflix called "Shuffle". Great premise, a narcoleptic guy starts living his life out of sequence, whenever he falls asleep he wakes up at a different age; sometimes he's 30, sometimes 24, etc. it had its flaws but was still really good. Another good one off Netflix is called "The Wall" it's a foreign flick but really doesn't matter as there is very little dialogue. A woman finds herself isolated from the rest of humanity surrounded by an invisible barrier. Similar to the Under the Dome premise but minus the stupid. The cinematography is breathtaking and the actress was amazing.
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    God help me, I'm obsessed with the 1988 version of The Blob! I must've watched it four times this year alone!!!
    Loving the way it takes people out of here!!! Love the wretched acting by Shawnee Smith!!
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    Lol, Shawnee. Loved her on Becker. I will totally have to find the Blob to watch. That looked awesome. The 80's sure did crank out a ton of horror movies that are awesomely bad. I remember one where chopped up parts of bodies were crawling around on the floor out to get the killer.
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    Just saw 'enemy", with Jake Gyllenhaal.
    I liked his interpretation and the subject of the story but definitely not my kind of movie (I like a rational ending )
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    I've watched quite a few films but can't remember all of them. That's how memorable they were. The ones I can remember are:

    Anastasia - Didn't really like it. Was quite bored.

    The Lovely Bones - I lasted 40 minutes. I just didn't get it.

    Seeking A Friend for the End of the World - The ending made me sad. For some reason, I just kept expecting a solution to the end of the world but it didn't happen. Really liked it though.


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    Run, do not amble, to see BOYHOOD - it's magical ! Shot a week a year over twelve years, it follows a six year old and his extended family until age eighteen. Refreshingly authentic, deeply moving and oh so beautiful (it has funny moments as well), it has haunted my imagination and lifted my spirits for more than a week. I hope the feeling lasts a long time. THis film is moviemaking at its finest.

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    Watched What Dreams May Come today with Robin Williams and Cuba Gooding Jr. The cinematography is amazing. The storyline is haunting, especially with Robin gone. It really gives an interesting perspective of a look at the afterlife, not necessarily pointing toward a certain religious belief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by esme View Post
    Run, do not amble, to see BOYHOOD - it's magical ! Shot a week a year over twelve years, it follows a six year old and his extended family until age eighteen. Refreshingly authentic, deeply moving and oh so beautiful (it has funny moments as well), it has haunted my imagination and lifted my spirits for more than a week. I hope the feeling lasts a long time. THis film is moviemaking at its finest.
    I saw it again last night, it really was a genuinely moving film.
    I liked that nothing about the scenes that made it to the final cut seemed over the top or unrealistic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sprynkles View Post
    Lol, Shawnee. Loved her on Becker. I will totally have to find the Blob to watch. That looked awesome. The 80's sure did crank out a ton of horror movies that are awesomely bad. I remember one where chopped up parts of bodies were crawling around on the floor out to get the killer.
    I love how she tries to get all Ripley in the climax, and overacts terribly. I loved her on Becker too.

    And then there was Kevin Dillon's mullet..
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    We watched Divergent. It was okay,...kind of a Hunger Games rip off.
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    Let's Be Cops. I enjoyed it. Damon Wayan, Jr. is his dad made over from his looks and his voice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    God help me, I'm obsessed with the 1988 version of The Blob! I must've watched it four times this year alone!!!
    Loving the way it takes people out of here!!! Love the wretched acting by Shawnee Smith!!
    I.....love.....the Blob. I saw it at the movie theater in 1988 and it was love at first sight. A remake that was way better than the original. Shawnee Smith looked SO cute back then, too. Totally blown away by the movie going against convention early on with Shawnee's ill-fated boyfriend - amazing effects. Then, the scene where the person gets pulled down into the sink at the restaurant and the exit pipe bulges.

    Being the bad dad that I am, I watched this movie with my kids when they were about 5 and 7.
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    Count me in on The Blob love!
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