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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny Dreadful View Post
    Gaslight (1944)
    "Paula? Paula..." Are you being forgetful again?"

    I, too, caught it the other night. It never gets old. A true classic. Terrifying and without a drop of blood spilt.

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    Watched Man on a Ledge and Joyful Noise with my wife tonight and we thoroughly enjoyed them both.
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    Prometheus

    The film is intriguing. Some people had questions after the film but I thought it was fairly straight forward. All of the pieces are there, you just have to put them together. Over all, it is good, but there is not much of a pay off at the end.

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    Machine Gun Preacher starring Gerard Butler.
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    Highlander: Endgame
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    Tekken - Live Action Movie

    Quite entertaining with some good fight choreography
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    Prometheus and I loved it. I know Hot Toys has the license to do figures so I'd buy Vickers, David and an Engineer. I loved the designs, the ship and the story wasn't bad either. Some scenes did make me cringe but it's all part of the experience.
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    The Secret Life of Arrietty on dvd.
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    Gi-joe:rise of cobra and to quote Jay sherman "It stinks" most of the chars were too unrecognizable and they ended it with that lame twist ending(lame and unnessary) I give it 2 thumbs down may not be the worst movie ever but it's still in the "hall of shame"
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    Watched these two movies for the first time:

    Raiders of the Lost Ark: Okay okay. I've never seen a single Indiana Jones movie (but I've seen parodies of it) in my life. To me, this movie was very amazing. Is it wrong to laugh whenever Indy is afraid of snakes? For some reason I found that very funny. I was all "Yeah Indy! You kick those nazi butt!" I was all "Sweet" when the villain's faces were melting or exploding. I would like to see this again. 10/10

    Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom: Not as good as Raiders, but it was a good movie. I actually liked Short Round because it was the same kid that played Data from Goonies (which is a movie I love). But I found the female lead to be very annoying. She was asking him to spend an evening with her and she gets mad at him for not entering her room. I'm going "Lady, this guy almost got killed by a thug and even Short Round was able to help Indy out of it and he's a stinkin' kid!" She's all I broke a nail (Big Deal!). I was hoping she was actually going to die.

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    Safety Not Guaranteed

    A small time newspaper is looking for a new story, so they focus on an ad in the newspaper about a time traveler who is looking for a partner to travel back in time with. They basically want to study a crazy guy, not actually time travel. So they send a reporter and two interns to research the guy. The female intern gets close to him and gets closer to the time travel date.

    It's a quirky independent film that wants to play with the audience if there is actual time travel in the movie or not, but by the time you find out, the last scene, nothing else in the movie is ever resolved and almost everything else they built up was pointless. It's more of a character study than anything, but it wanted to be much more deeper and meaningful.

    That being said, if you're a fan of independent films, I'd watch this at home in the future for the characters. Aubrey Plaza is really good, not her usual dead pan humor either, which I love. Plot is thrown out the window. Other than the ending, the movie is really enjoyable.

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    Saw two movies today:

    I can honestly say that Brave is now my favorite Pixar film, funny and heartfelt.

    Before I go further, I will make a note that I did not read Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter prior to watching the movie. That said, I can honestly say that I enjoyed the film, it being quite actiony-packed and the story flowed well. Some of the effects were slightly iffy, particularly the horse stampede, but overall, as a summer popcorn flick, I give it a B.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Optimus Prime View Post
    Saw two movies today:

    I can honestly say that Brave is now my favorite Pixar film, funny and heartfelt.

    Before I go further, I will make a note that I did not read Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter prior to watching the movie. That said, I can honestly say that I enjoyed the film, it being quite actiony-packed and the story flowed well. Some of the effects were slightly iffy, particularly the horse stampede, but overall, as a summer popcorn flick, I give it a B.
    Glad to hear this about BRAVE, Optimus. I'm taking my ten-year old Zoe to see it on Wednesday, then a daddy/daughter dinner afterwards. She's really jazzed about it. I think it was brilliant to do a film with an empowered female lead as there are very few that feature this. I'm looking foward to this.

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    Saw Brave on Friday with my wife and we absolutely LOVED it! GREAT Disney Pixar film!!!
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    I thank whatever gods may be
    For my unconquerable soul.

    It matters not how strait the gate,
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    I am the master of my fate,
    I am the captain of my soul.

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    Saw Fritz Lang's "M" last night. Really neat movie - I love watching silents and early talkies to watch cinematic storytelling evolving. Peter Lorre has always creeped me out a bit, and now even more so.
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    I saw The Raid: Redemption this past weekend, and although it has flows through the whole movie, it has some of the best choreographed brutal fights I've seen in a long time. I actually doubted for a moment if some of those punches weren't real
    Also, as far as I could see in in the trailer, it seems that the new Dredd film pretty much has the same plot.
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    Went and saw Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter in 3d last night......had VERY LOW expectations and ended up enjoying it. Good 3D effects actually and there were real world historical tie ins that I enjoyed mixed with the Vampire Lore. All in all not a bad popcorn flick.

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    In this order -

    Snow White & The Huntsman (2012)

    Planet of the Apes (1968)

    Beetle-Juice (1988)
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    Took my ten-year old Zoe to see BRAVE this evening. What a sweet little film. No, it's not GONE WITH THE WIND or THE RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK or AVATAR. But a film doesn't always have to be a spectacular classic to be memorable. Sometimes...sometimes there are other things that make a movie stay with you a long, long time after you leave the theater...like turning in the dim light to see your daughter sitting next to you, entranced, enchanted, her face aglow, her eyes dancing with delight at the whimsy and wondrousness playing out on the screen for her. As the commercial says..."Priceless."
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    For Greater Glory. Loved it, and it's based on a true story in Mexico. 8.5 out of 10.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blue View Post
    For Greater Glory. Loved it, and it's based on a true story in Mexico. 8.5 out of 10.
    This was a GOOD MOVIE!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heeeere's Olesker! View Post
    GONE WITH THE WIND or THE RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARK or AVATAR.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Shokoti View Post
    You tell me. I thought they were all classics.

    I did, however, enjoy the Sesame Street clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heeeere's Olesker! View Post
    You tell me. I thought they were all classics.

    I did, however, enjoy the Sesame Street clip.
    Strictly my own personal opinion, but the first 2 are classics while the third one made a lot of money. I wasn't tying to offend or insult you since I know Cameron's movie has tons of fans(I enjoyed it but found it flawed). It was more an excuse to play the Sesame Street clip.
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