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    The Crazies (1973): A totally underrated George A. Romero movie that I prefer to his "Dead" movies
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    21 Jump Street. I have no idea how this movie made as much money as it has. Awful, truly awful. Had to go watch John Carter again to rinse the nasty 21 aftertaste from my mouth.
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    Seeking Justice: Yet another Nick Cage movie in limited release(it seems like only dreck like Ghost Rider earns him a wide theatrical release these days). It's a passive aggressive "Death Wish" meets "The Game". I can't say it's necessarily a good thriller, but it held my interest for its duration.

    This Means War: After seeing the trailer, I thought this looked like a fun action movie. After seeing the movie, I thought it was awful & unfunny.

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    21 Jump Street. I have no idea how this movie made as much money as it has. Awful, truly awful. Had to go watch John Carter again to rinse the nasty 21 aftertaste from my mouth.
    I liked this movie after seeing it(although a lot less than I thought it would), but the more I think about it, the less I like it. The level of violence & treatment of some of the characters came off less funny and more disturbing to me.
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    Saw the American version of Girl with the Dragon Tattoo last night. Wasn't bad, but I thought the original version was moodier and more sinister. Still, I wasn't disappointed...loved the casting of Daniel Craig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thatman View Post
    Saw the American version of Girl with the Dragon Tattoo last night. Wasn't bad, but I thought the original version was moodier and more sinister. Still, I wasn't disappointed...loved the casting of Daniel Craig.
    I agree. To be honest, I really don't understand the acclaim that Rooney Mara received. She was fine in the role, but nothing special imo. I thought Noomi Rapace was so much better.
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    My wife and I went and saw The Hunger Games at the theater and we both loved it! Can't wait for Catching Fire in November 2013.

    We also watched the Clash of the Titans dvd in preparation for Wrath of the Titans next weekend.

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    Well, this weekend my wife and I watched 5 movies from Redbox

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    ~Seven Days in Utopia
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    I watched 3 in one night...so

    #1.) Young Adult...loved it! Funny in a not so funny way!

    #2.) Carnage...was good! Two couples meet (Jodi Foster & John C.Reilly) (Kate Winslet & Lambert Wilson (merovingian in the Matrix) after their children get in a fight...intelligent comedy...interesting concept (kids get over things & adults don't?)

    #3.) The Iron Lady...I really enjoyed this. Margaret Thatcher...first woman prime minister of the UK. I enjoyed it. Set with declining mental condition and offset with flash backs of her history...

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    Cinema - The Pirates! In An Adventure With Scientists.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratos*Major View Post

    #3.) The Iron Lady...I really enjoyed this. Margaret Thatcher...first woman prime minister of the UK. I enjoyed it. Set with declining mental condition and offset with flash backs of her history...
    Just caught this on Sunday. I really enjoyed Streep's performance, and she really handled the age spectrum well. She really is the movie, and I think she completely deserved the Oscar (though I'm still catching up on the other noms.)
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    Batman (Michael Keaton, 1989)

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    I saw "The Lucky One" in the theater yesterday (Saturday, April 21st) with my wife. Pretty good flick.
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    Saw The Descendants last night. Good character piece - and Clooney really does impress me, because while he's always Clooney, he manages to be convincing in pretty much everything.
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    Toy Story 1, 2, and 3
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    Saw Jason Statham's Safe last week with the wife. Awesome action flick, par for the course for Statham. Decent storyline as well.
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    Cabin in the Woods - Incredible. One of the best horror movies in the past 20 years. See it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus Prime View Post
    21 Jump Street. I have no idea how this movie made as much money as it has. Awful, truly awful. Had to go watch John Carter again to rinse the nasty 21 aftertaste from my mouth.

    This was the last movie I saw and I thought it was hilarious! And, this is coming from someone who normally absolutely hates Jonah Hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus Prime View Post
    Saw Jason Statham's Safe last week with the wife. Awesome action flick, par for the course for Statham. Decent storyline as well.
    I saw it last week also and really enjoyed it.
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    Lost in Yonkers: Really really good movie.

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    Over the weeks.

    Battle Royale on Blu-Ray: I just got the collection that has both cuts with BR II and a bonus disc of extras, i always loved this movie for 8 years since i obtained a R0 copy and now for the first time in America on R1 DVD and Blu-Ray, this graphic and unique Sci-fi action movie from Japan is one of the best Sci-fi movies of the last decade and inspired Hunger Games.

    The Hunger Games: Enjoyable and suprisingly good Sci-fi action movie, reminds me of Battle Royale, Death Race 2000, Running Man, Mad Max Trilogy and Rollerball but quite emotional and well done.

    Battle Royale 2 on Blu-Ray: Disappointing sequel but does have it's moments.

    Captain America The First Avenger on Blu-ray: Prequel to The Avengers saga as i have done a marathon of Avengers movies for 2 days before the premiere of Avengers and this was a great origin tale, better than that 1990 monstrosity and saw it 4 times in theaters last year.

    Iron Man on Blu-Ray: First movie in The Avengers linking films and it rocked, i saw it 7 times when it came out and rocked my world. Downy Jr. was perfection for the role of Tony Stark.

    The Incredible Hulk on Blu-Ray: Superior to the first movie and delivers action, emotion and adventure thanks to Norton's performance and the Abomination was cool as hell.

    Iron Man 2 on Blu-Ray: Disappointing sequel but there is some good effects and action but mostly sets up for the final piece of the puzzle known as "Thor".

    Thor on Blu-Ray: Saw this 4 times in theaters and a great fantasy adventure in the tradition of 80s fantasy epics, directed and acted nicely and tells a good story. It's the final film in The Avengers linking films.

    The Avengers: Saw this 5 times already, this movie is the main course and really delivered the goods thanks to genius Joss Whedon. It's the ultimate Marvel film, hands down.
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    Marvel's The Avengers (Can't get enough of Hulk's impression of Bamm-Bamm.)
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    Secret World of Arrietty: This is my third time seeing this movie (saw it twice in theaters) and my parents first time seeing it (they liked it). It's a really good movie done by Studio Ghibli.

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    Copycat

    a very good serial killer thriller starring Sigourney Weaver
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    The Dictator

    This is a satire about a fictional North African dictator. This one actually is closer to Borat than Bruno in tone and humor, except it's entirely fictional. It's offensive, over the top, preachy, yet sweet and very likable. Cohen is awesome and really at his best here, playing a really lovable unlikable person. Anna Farris is also really good as his green lifestyle, vegan, unshaven, unbathed, super non racist, equal rights for everyone love interest.

    This one might be my favorite of the three. Borat was great for the first time shock value of the entire thing, but the fictional nature of this got me into the story more. Bruno I hated. This only has one crotch shot and it's extremely quick.

    Fun cartoonish movie.

    Mansome

    This is Morgan Spurlock's latest documentary. I've only seen Supersize Me from years ago, but this is a pretty different presentation. It's about men's grooming, primarily within the modern American culture. It deals with facial hair, why men do it, don't do it, who it works for, how to own it, then a world championship in beard growing. Other topics are body hair, featuring TNA's Daviari, and why pro wrestling requires he do it. There's a look at old school barber shops without all the frills vs modern day salons that offer everything. Lots of other neat little segments as well, very entertaining featuring some funny celebrities like Adam Corolla, Zach Garatheguyfromthehangover, Will Arnett, Paul Rudd, Jason Batemen, etc.

    This is sort of like Chris Rock's Good Hair, but on a more general focus on men and how in today's culture there are new expectations for taking care of yourself in a metro way, not too different than women. Spurlock is only in the opening and the other characters tell the rest of the story. I really enjoyed it. It's a light, fun, and entertaining look at men's grooming habits.

    Men in Black III

    Agent Jay and Kay are back. One of the evil aliens Kay locked up in the late 60's escapes and kills Kay in the past, erasing him from the present. Jay is the only one that remembers him and goes back in time to save him.

    It's been years since I saw the original two, but this was a very enjoyable comeback to the series. It's nothing amazing for a summer movie, but the twist ending that the end really does a great job of making this film memorable and come full circle about the relationship between Jay and Kay.

    Good movie, see it if Avengers is still sold out.

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