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    Last Movie You Watched...

    What was the last movie you watched, or currently watching...

    Right now I am watching The Punisher. Great movie!
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    'Simpsons' in the theater -- very funny.

    'Lady Vanishes' on DVD. Hitchcock's best film. Yes, I said it.

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    Blood Diamond ... awesome movie!



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    Was The Simpson's good??
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    Four Brothers. Excellent, underrated film. Not my typical film, but my sister recommended it (not her typical film, either, so I had to check it out).
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    The Simpsons movie... just got back from it. It's okay... I was kind of bored. Perhaps it was because I wasn't really in a good mood going to the theater...

    Saw Sunshine yesterday. Great movie (except maybe the last 20 minutes).

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    The Simpsons--so glad it's finally on the big screen---took long enough

    Very funny movie, especially (well I wont give away too much) except it's towards the end But a very funny movie and just like the television show...only they can get away with more

    For those who saw it, you'll get this line "First door on the right."

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    Santa Fe, with Randolph Scott

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    Hard Boiled, which is a classic of its genre. Lots of shooting and dying and angst if you're into that sort of thing.
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    Training Day.

    For some reason, I thought it was some macho feelgood movie about an army rookie, where the Sergeant shouts at him a lot but ends up respecting him and everyone learns and grows, so I didn't bother.

    Liked the mayhem and the immorality a lot better.
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    It was an excellent movie. The lead character, Marge, had her hair in a beautiful blue..would you call it 'bouffant'? And the continuing romantic sub-plots were touching.

    One of the other younger characters, Bart had a brief 'Daniel Radcliff' moment. And of course, that precious baby, Maggie, stole the show in the end.

    It was everything that I had hoped for and more, although I did miss the aliens. It was worth seeing it at full price last night instead of saving two bucks on the matinee.

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    Premonition on DVD. Mildly disappointed.

    We'll be seeing spider pig soon. Do ya'll think it's too much for a mature 10-year-old? He really wants to see it, but after the nudity in The Last Mimzy, I'm kind of scared of letting him see anything without me pre-screening.
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    Finished watching Black Snake Moan---very odd movie...

    Watched last night also The Devil Wears Prada.
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    The Covenant--4 buff teen boys, the descendants of real witches, make pact with Satan, do evil stuff, yada, yada. Eye candy factor: 10. Plot holes: big enough to drive a Mack truck through. Plot resolution: nonexistent, prepare for direct-to-vid sequels. However, overall not too bad. Needed a moral stand: were the guys good or evil? The movie tried to stay neutral, which didn't work when Hero Boy had to save his GF from Villain Boy--and both were witches.

    If you haven't seen it, The Illusionist with Edward Norton. Surprisingly good. The ending fooled me! It almost erased the permanent image of Norton in Death to Smoochy from my brain. (Loved that moivie. If you had to sit through even half an hour of a Barney episode, rent it.)

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    They've already announced the Covenant sequel at Comic-Con. The way the producer or whoever he was went on, you'd think they were taking it straight to theaters.

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    Rerun of Grease on FoxFamily.
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    Mel Gibson's Apoctolipto...one timer for me. Not a bad movie, just a one timer.

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    The Last Mimzy (my brain still hates me. Letting someone under the age of 30 choose the entertainment for the evening is a dicey affair.)

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    The Covenant--4 buff teen boys, the descendants of real witches, make pact with Satan, do evil stuff, yada, yada. Eye candy factor: 10. Plot holes: big enough to drive a Mack truck through. Plot resolution: nonexistent, prepare for direct-to-vid sequels. However, overall not too bad. Needed a moral stand: were the guys good or evil? The movie tried to stay neutral, which didn't work when Hero Boy had to save his GF from Villain Boy--and both were witches.
    The Covenant starred Steven Strait. I forgave everything else.

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    One Fine Day......I LOVE MOVIES!
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    Un Chien Andalou by Luis Buñuel. This movie was co-written by Salvador Dalí, so have an idea of how it is...

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    "The Mother", an interesting film about an older woman who's husband unexpectedly dies. She moves in with her children and ends up having an affair with the builder (who is also her daughter's boyfriend). Not bad.
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