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AnGeLEyeZ
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currently watching the butterfly effect...i have to say its most disturbing:/
the lead actor (as a child) looks exactly like my fiance did when he was a little boy...plus the problems with the father are also similar so i felt bad when we watched it...a bit too close to home for him...im gonna watch the last half of the movie tonight cus i was too tired...
all in all great movie though! [Wink] ~

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I watched Ghostbusters this afternoon with my son.
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Walk The Line - Excellent!
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Yep, I loved Walk the line even though i was dragged to the cinema to watch it. My whole family went for my dads (big j cash fan) birthday.

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I just went to see V for Vendetta. Good Movie!
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I watched Halloween last night.
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Into The Blue with Jessica Alba.....it was so so, I could have done without it.
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Chronicles of Narnia
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Never cared for that movie, even if it is Disney. (And I LOOOOVE Disney! [Big Grin] )
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V for Vendetta. Best movie I have saw this year so far...
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I watched "Stepmom" on friday, Desperatly seeking susan" on saturday and "Always" last night.

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I watched Runaway Train last night.
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Saw "Capote"....I read the book "In Cold Blood" which the movie is based on, several months earlier. Loved the book and the movie. Philip Seymour Hoffman is one of my favorite actors.
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i watched Karate Kid One last night again lol..
i still love it so much!

wax on...wax off...what happened to your eye... nothing maaa...ali with an i....daniel with an l...i said sweep the lick do u have a problem with that?

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Last night I caught an advanced screening of Thank You For Smoking. Very funny movie directed by the son of Director Ivan Reitman who gave us Meatballs, Stripes, Ghostbusters and many others.
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I watched Big last night.

Man that film is excellent !!

Elizabeth Perkins is smokin' [Big Grin]

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The last few days I've watched both Full Metal Jacket and One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest a couple times each. Both totally incredible movies.

One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest just might have the best cast I've ever seen in a movie. Maybe not so much for the actors but for the way they played their rolls not a bad performance in the bunch. One movie that I'd recommend to anybody.

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War of the Worlds
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hope you mean the original from the 50s instead of that Cruise/Speilberg fluff from last summer
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8 Million Ways to Die
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Street Fighter with Sonny Chiba and I wasn't impressed.
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The last couple of nights I watched "An American Werewolf In London" and "A History of Violence".
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Yesterday I watched North Country.

This afternoon I watched the end of Sling Blade-I only ever saw that movie once when it first came out, but my mom says she has seen it a bunch of times, she likes it, I find it to be really disturbing...and I think it gives the impression that murder is ok, if the person deserves it.

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no I think what it shows is that some people are willing to make a sacrifice in life to help benefit others. In this case Karl who knew that it was wrong to kill felt that he had to kill Dwight Yoakams character to help the boy and his mother lead a normal life even though he knew that he was going to sacrifice his freedom. To me it shows a good example of putting others well being before your own. It in no way tries to glorify the act of murder.

I think it's a tremendous movie and is one that I proudly own.

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I watched The Inside Man. It was just OK.
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