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BurningDoom
Posted: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 12:53:42 AM

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Watched Equilibrium last night - forgot how much I love that movie.
And I just finished GI Joe: Retaliation. Waaaay better than I thought it was going to be. I actually really enjoyed it.


Equilibrium is a fantastic sci-fi film. It was my introduction to Christian Bale, as an actor. Never did see American Psycho.

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Slugs on Netflix.
Took me the best part of 25 years to see the second half of this film. I had it on a VHS rental tape back in the 80's and had to return it to the shop before getting to watch it all.


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Posted: Wednesday, July 31, 2013 12:48:26 PM

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Slugs on Netflix.
Took me the best part of 25 years to see the second half of this film. I had it on a VHS rental tape back in the 80's and had to return it to the shop before getting to watch it all.


"Dear god! Watch out for the super slow-moving killer slugs!"

Laughing

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Posted: Saturday, August 03, 2013 12:20:07 AM

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Went with my son to see Pacific Rim today. Holy hell was that movie awesome! I want to go see it again.

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Posted: Saturday, August 03, 2013 6:37:53 AM

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V/H/S on Netflix. Not sure what to make of it. Disorientating.


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Posted: Thursday, August 08, 2013 10:17:20 PM

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Just finished Oblivion - credits are still rolling. Apparently it's based off an unpublished graphic novel of the same name and directed by the writer of said GN. The production values and sfx are top-notch and Tom Cruise turns in a spectacular performance. I would have loved to see this play out on the big screen. There are some twists and turns as the story develops. Fans of the sci-fi genre would do themselves well by giving this film a screening. This one may just go on my "buy" list.

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Posted: Saturday, August 24, 2013 12:25:02 PM

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The Wolverine.

I thought it was a completely average and forgettable action movie, with some good special effects here or there.

And I had one question about it, afterwards. Why did the Japanese guy become obsessed with Adamantium if when he met Wolverine in WWII, Wolverine still had bone claws and no Adamantium yet? In the movie, it even showed his bone claws when he was hanging by them in the well, spying on the base.

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Posted: Saturday, August 24, 2013 11:14:21 PM

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Family movie night - we watched epic. Beautifully animated with a slightly generic story. Which is about what I expected. I liked it though.

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Watching Bullet to the Head with the wife right now. Meh.

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Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox - Another hit from DC as far as I am concerned. The animation wasn't as tight as some of their other films but was still quite good. Almost had an anime feel to it. The story was a lot darker than I anticipated (which I also liked). Makes me want to read the comics it's based off of.

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DC Universe: Flashpoint



It was good, but the comic was better. You actually got to explore more of this new parallel-universe in the comic.

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Posted: Sunday, September 08, 2013 8:42:53 PM

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Just finished Now You See Me.

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Shadowdodger wrote:
Just finished Now You See Me.


Any good?



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Posted: Sunday, September 08, 2013 9:40:36 PM

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Reggie wrote:
Shadowdodger wrote:
Just finished Now You See Me.


Any good?



Yeah, I liked it. There were a couple "gotcha" moments. The cast was solid. I always enjoy Michael Caine and Morgan Freeman. Isla Fisher is beautiful as always.

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Suburban Commando. My wife and I watch it about once-a-year. We love it.
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Just finished Adventureland.

It was OK I guess. I don't think I'm the right demographic for this movie. I didn't feel engaged or care all that much about the characters. And KStew - I don't know if I'll ever like a movie that she is in. The rest of the cast did pretty well though.

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Posted: Thursday, September 12, 2013 9:33:57 PM

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Have watched a few here lately
Oblivion- I loved, my wife hated it. The movie looked tremendous in HD. Really good story and some cool action scenes. Its a little slow at first but stick with it.

Insidious- Just got around to watching this. Loved it. Highly recommend.

Lords Of Salem- Oh dear lord what a piece of crap. Rob Zombie needs to hang it up after this turd. Boring, stupid plot (if you can call it that), Uneventful ending. Was this supposed to be a scary movie? If so it tried really hard (and succeeded) in not being the slightest bit scary.

Shadowdodger
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Just finished In Time with Justin Timberlake, Amanda Seyfreid and a few casting surprises that I liked. Good movie overall. Definitely felt like they were trying to reflect the current haves vs have-nots situation. Sometimes it felt like it was laid on a little thick though.

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Posted: Monday, September 16, 2013 12:19:26 AM

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"Superman/Shazam! The Return of Black Adam" on NetFlix. I liked it, especially the Spectre short! That was the best part.

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My last three movies were:

Men in Black 3:
Though I didn't really like the first two movies, I really enjoyed this one especially the young Miss O.

Star Trek: into Darkness
Totally awesome. The CGI was spectacular as one expects from a Star trek movie. And the way Chris Pine played Kirk was unusual and good. I especially liked the scenes which refer to the Wraith of Khan movie. And Carol Marcus! She was way hot. And btw she was played by the same actress who played Miss O in MiB 3

Oblivion

I totally agree with ukblueky . The movie does start quite slow. But once it picks up in pace the movie really takes off and is a "must watch" movie.

Now I am waiting for Iron Man 3 which should be out at the beginning of October.
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