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Out of 10.


Last movies I saw were:
Siege 6/10
The Hobbit 8/10
Holy Water 3/10

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weird, gay and old, but i just saw "Away we go". touching coming of age tale, at the right time in my life. pretty good for that sort of thing.

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Out of ten?

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Drive - did not like. No character development whatsoever. I didn't care at all what happened to anyone in the movie. 2/10
The Dark Knight Rises - Enjoyed. 7/10
Fantastic Mr. Fox - Enjoyed. 7/10


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Drive - did not like. No character development whatsoever. I didn't care at all what happened to anyone in the movie. 2/10
The Dark Knight Rises - Enjoyed. 7/10
Fantastic Mr. Fox - Enjoyed. 7/10


I was surprised by Fantastic Mr. Fox. When someone stuck it on I thought 'shoot me now', but it turned out to be much better than expected. Still haven't seen the Dark knight rises yet!

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The Book of Eli - cool movie, entertaining, makes you think through the plot, twist at the end- 8/10

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The Hobbit 8/10
Lincoln 10+/10
Les Miserables 6/10 (but if you see with a woman, you are guaranteed to get laid afterwards)


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Elessar [Sly] wrote:
phrophus wrote:
Drive - did not like. No character development whatsoever. I didn't care at all what happened to anyone in the movie. 2/10
The Dark Knight Rises - Enjoyed. 7/10
Fantastic Mr. Fox - Enjoyed. 7/10


I was surprised by Fantastic Mr. Fox. When someone stuck it on I thought 'shoot me now', but it turned out to be much better than expected. Still haven't seen the Dark knight rises yet!


Well, I admittedly love Wes Anderson's movies, so I wasn't particularly surprised that I enjoyed it. :-B

The Dark Knight Rises is pretty much what you'd expect, I guess. I've been a Batman fan since I was a wee lad, though.


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ted was hilarious 8/10

"thanks for creeping up my evening" LOL


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Crumb. 8/10.

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Crumb. 8/10.


I'm a HUGE R Crumb fan. I loved that movie.

My last 3:

Thunderball (the old Bond flick) 7/10

Lawless 8/10

Moonrise Kingdom 5/10


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Elessar [Sly] wrote:
phrophus wrote:
Drive - did not like. No character development whatsoever. I didn't care at all what happened to anyone in the movie. 2/10
The Dark Knight Rises - Enjoyed. 7/10
Fantastic Mr. Fox - Enjoyed. 7/10


I was surprised by Fantastic Mr. Fox. When someone stuck it on I thought 'shoot me now', but it turned out to be much better than expected. Still haven't seen the Dark knight rises yet!

Fantastic Mr. Fox is one of my favorite movies. "What the cuss? Are you cussing with me?!?!"


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Johnny'sGotTheBlues wrote:
I'm a HUGE R Crumb fan. I loved that movie.


I found it strangely comforting and disturbing at the same time. All three brothers reminded me of myself in different ways, but listening to the brother that killed himself was like listening to someone speak my own thoughts. Spooky stuff.

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A really candid portrait of a fucked up beyond belief family.

Charles was especially tragic IMO.

I wonder about the sister(s?) who refused to take part


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Johnny'sGotTheBlues wrote:
I wonder about the sister(s?) who refused to take part


I was wondering about that too, and also about what happened to the other brother. I would be surprised if he is still alive. I hope he is, of course.

Also, the movie was supposedly done filming in 1990 but not released until 1994 if I understand correctly. Maybe it was held up as they dealt with the suicide? Maybe it was held up because of the sisters?

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The hobbit 6/10
Django unchained 8/10
Hit and run 7/10

I'm going to see John dies at the end Friday.

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The Hobbit-8/10

Texas Chainsaw 3d- 3/10. (only 3 BC it payed a bit of tribute to the original. Other than that (and the lead actress being hot) it sucked. Not as bad as expected though.

Dont Go In The Woods. 0/10 . Worst MFPOMFS EVER. So bad, you have to see it for yourself.

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Ted, 9/10 - not the funniest movie ever, but if you're a big S.M. fan and I actually like Mark Wahlberg a lot too, it was a pretty damn good movie. The best comedy to come out in some time.

Skyfall, 7/10 - I had some pretty huge fuggin' hopes for this movie after how much $$ it's made, how long it's been out, and that these Craig/Bond flicks have been stellar (yes I liked QoS a lot actually) I was kinda let down by this one. To me it was too long and drug out. Not nearly as much action as CR and QoS, IMO. I love Javier Bardem but thought the part and writing for his character sucked ass. They could've done a lot more instead of made him a bi/gay-ex-MI6 agent or whatever. Was surprised by the ending fo sho. However, Ralph Fiennes is a got damm genius so that part was rad. Looking forward to the next one.

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I am about 10 minutes into Iron Sky and it is truly sucktackular!


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Last movie I ever saw was Project X

I give it a 8.5/10

Oh no it was actually "God Bless America". 8/10


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Lincoln 7/10

Actually took a chick to it that was a major history buff. I liked it well enough but i thought it was a bit long. Daniel DAy-Lewis and Tommy Lee Jones were great though.


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Django 10/10

I'm a huge Tarantino fan anyways, I was not disappointed.


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jds22 wrote:
Django 10/10

I'm a huge Tarantino fan anyways, I was not disappointed.

I was surprised by how much I enjoyed Inglorious Basterds. How do they compare?


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Hobbit - 6/10
Django - 9 (@ Yarbicus Inglorious is my current favorite i'd say 9.5 - but I love WW2 related movies, difficult to compare - but Dango does have a couple of scenes that are difficult to watch; I can't remember that with IB)
The Dark Knight Rises - 8.5
The Amazing Spiderman - 8 (better than expected since it is a reboot)


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Jack Reacher - 6/10 - Not bad, not great, just meh.
Zero Dark Thirty - 7/10 - Fucking dark movie, 1/2 of the movie is just the CIA torturing people. I found it hard to watch.
Looper 8/10 - Decent
Dirty Gaping Anal Hookers 97 - 10/10


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