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Ronnie
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quote:
Originally posted by Veronica Sawyer:
I saw Black Swan....loved it!

cool! i went to the cinema wanting to see it, my husband wanted to see true grit (which i hope to catch before it leaves the theater), but i was glad i put my foot down and we both loved the black swan. natalie blew me away. [Smile]
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Stepfather (2009) not bad!
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Case 39--very good!
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Wet Hot American Summer (2001)
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Ronnie
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Paper Heart (2009) ..it was ok...
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Orphan (2009)

Such an amazingly creepy performance by young actress Isabelle Fuhrman.

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oh Orphan is fantastic
Charlies Angels (2000)for the first time its sooo cheesy dont fancy watching the 2nd lol

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Finally bit the blue bullet and watched Avatar.

It was OK, and I can understand where all the hype came from, but I still maintain that it was a bit over-praised for what is still essentially 'Dances With Smurfs' in 3D....

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Chipmunks the squekquel oh well what can i say lol!
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I couldn't agree more on Avatar comment Paul. Borrowed it from a friend recently and was just sitting there at the end going what was the big deal. We recently saw both True Grit and The Fighter. Both great movies.
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The Other Guys...it was good, but not quite what I was expecting.
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quote:
Originally posted by P a u l:
Finally bit the blue bullet and watched Avatar.

It was OK, and I can understand where all the hype came from, but I still maintain that it was a bit over-praised for what is still essentially 'Dances With Smurfs' in 3D....

good way of putting it, dances with smurfs lol...

i did not like that movie.

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Yeah I thought Avatar sucked. I couldn't even sit through it. Probably made it about an hour and then had to turn it off.

Oh yeah, last 00 movie I watched was well I can't remember but I watched one made in the 10's.

It was The Town - 2010.

Despite it starring Ben Affleck it actually was pretty good. Not great but worth a watch.

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A Prophet (2009). Good stuff!
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Sherlock Holmes (2010) Robert downey jr i thought it was ok quite interesting wonder if their will be more?
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You will be pleased to know that they are currently filming Part 2 with Moriarty as the villain...

Sherlock Noms [Cool]

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Zombieland (2009) on Blu.

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I really enjoyed it.

8/10

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Did you hear about the Morgans?(2010) i quite enjoyed it even though Hugh Grant was in it lol liked all the rodeo scenes
Book of Eli(2010) Denzel Washington i liked it the hubby didnt it was good to see Mila Kunishavent seen her in much absolutely loved the end with the book even though it was predictable!

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The Black Balloon (2008). Rhys Wakefield, Luke Ford, Toni Collette, Erik Thomson and Gemma Ward. An autistic youth causes problems for his family who have just moved to a new home, especially his brother who simply wants a normal adolescence.
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The Good Guy, starring Bryan Greenberg and Alexis Bledel and Shutter Island starring Leonardo Dicaprio. Both were good movies.
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Red(2010) Just a great feel good action comedy, really enjoyed it [Big Grin]
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The Switch w' Jennifer Aniston and Jason Bateman...a bit slow paced, but not too bad...I figured if I watched this with my wife, she's just gotta watch an 80's movie next chance we get!

We took our little guy to see Yogi Bear....hmmm...not so good. A bit old for a four year old, which I kinda knew in advance, but there just hasn't been much to take a toddler to since Toy Story 3....

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Kick-***: 6.5/10

Taken: 7/10

Incredible Hulk (2008): 6.5/10

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Logan,

What didn't you like about Kickass? Have you read the comics?

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