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    Point and Shoot. Don't really know how I feel about it...
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    Kiss kiss bang bang. The mystery was meh but Robert Downey Jr. and Val Kilmer were brilliant together. I enjoyed it, it was really funny.
    The man from nowhere, a korean action movie. Very boring and predictable. Hated it.

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    Dark Shadows (the Jonny Depp version). It was actually entertaining and not as silly as I thought it would be. It was still cheesy but entertaining nonetheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    Dark Shadows (the Jonny Depp version). It was actually entertaining and not as silly as I thought it would be. It was still cheesy but entertaining nonetheless.
    Was that the one with Eva Green? I thought she was really good in it and it took me forever to figure out who she was.

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    Anna Karenina. Loved Keira Knightley in it - but the staging threw me off. Sort of like a play-within-a-movie. Jude Law was impossibly mannered in this. Did you know that there are at least 15 film and TV versions of this, and they are producing yet ANOTHER re-make in England?

    Seeking a Friend for the End of the World. I love apocalyptic movies and books, but this one couldn't decide if it were serious drama or a black comedy. Maybe they should have gone for straight drama, but at least Steve Carrell took a chance to try something different.

    The Normal Heart. Mark Ruffalo is divine in this. So is...wait for it...Julia Roberts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    The Normal Heart. Mark Ruffalo is divine in this. So is...wait for it...Julia Roberts.
    If I remember correctly, her role dovetails perfectly with her shrewish personality.

    Night Shift - with Henry Winkler and Michael Keaton, was on yesterday. It is a comedy based on a true story (two guys had been running a prostitution ring out of a morgue in New York). I loved this movie the first time I saw it - back in 1983, I think. It was still surprising to see The Fonz play a really wimpy character. He was terrific, and I instantly loved Michael "Billy Blaze" Keaton. Also, the first time I had seen Shelly Long. My favorite scene was at the end when Keaton jumps from the second floor of a sex club to help out Winkler. And lands flat on his face. His lines - "don't worry, I caught an updraft." And "luckily, the ground broke my fall." This was also the movie that introduced the song "That's What Friends Are For" - originally sung by Rod Stewart, and still my favorite version.
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    Just re-watched End of Watch. Forgot how much the ending affected me the first time I saw it. I might be slightly crying still.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    If I remember correctly, her role dovetails perfectly with her shrewish personality.
    LOL, so they say. She reminded me of a civilian contractor I worked with when I was stationed with the Navy SEALs in Coronado. She had rheumatoid arthritis from the time she was a child, and her hands and feet were horribly deformed as a result. We felt for her, but she was a sometimes extremely unpleasant person to work with. But the way Julia set her mouth, and the abrupt way she spoke reminded so much of that woman.
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    I can't not watch Love Actually when it's on, as it is right now on The Women's Network up here in Canada. It is the type of movie I generally DESPISE, but it sucks me in every single time it's on. It's SO weird that seeing Andrew Lincoln and his part now makes me SWOON, with his clean shaven face and posh English accent makes me damn SWOON, since I watch The Walking Dead! lol

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    The Tree of Life. It's long and strange and I loved it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    Was that the one with Eva Green? I thought she was really good in it and it took me forever to figure out who she was.
    Yes. She played Angelique.
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    R.I.P.D. I rather enjoyed it.
    Red 2. Not even close to as good as the first one.
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    The Expendables 3. It was what I expected and I did enjoy it. 90 minutes of guns, bombs, violence and laughing at Dolph Lundgren, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger's lack of skill and use of the English language. It was just as good or bad as the other two, depending on your taste.

    Non-Stop. I enjoyed it, as I do all other movies he does. He is a good actor, but I noticed in this one he is showing his age.

    The Giver. I had read the book when my girls brought it home from school. They left out several things, but it wasn't bad for a movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JadeStar70 View Post
    Non-Stop. I enjoyed it, as I do all other movies he does. He is a good actor, but I noticed in this one he is showing his age.
    Speaking of that, "Gangs of New York" was on this morning while I was making breakfast. And the scene that was on was the one where Daniel Day Lewis and Neeson come face to face in that massive street fight. Neeson looks so young compared to now, it's just crazy. I don't know what it was about the costumes in that film, but it looked like a Dr. Seuss movie directed by Tobe Hooper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    The Normal Heart. Mark Ruffalo is divine in this. So is...wait for it...Julia Roberts.
    I was trippin when I saw that cause it happened in the 80s which isn't long ago. These people with this unknown disease had big open sores all over them and were completely ignored by government, there was no where for them to seek help, they had to organize call-in centers for themselves and even then couldn't really offer anyone anything except a place to call. Reagan didn't do shit about it. If it happened to you, you were just FUCKED.
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    "That's What Friends Are For" - originally sung by Rod Stewart, and still my favorite version.
    I'm surprised I don't know that. The only version I've heard was Dionne Warwick with Elton and Gladys.

    Wrecked. (2011). Adrian Brody. That shit was crazy, I couldn't believe we kept watching it cause NOTHING was happening. But I'm glad I stayed with it cause by the time it was over, I cared about what happened to the guy. I believed that dog was really there but by the end, no.

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