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Does Rock & Rule count?
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Currently watching "Election" 1999 with Reese Witherspoon and Matthew Broderick! Hilarious dark comedy!
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The Heavenly Kid
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Scary Movie 4. They make fun of War of the Worlds, Brokeback Mountain, The Grudge, and The Village. Hilarious....
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'The Proposition' great western...only set in Australia.
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Watched Dogville last night. Stay away from this garbage. Terrible movie that was about an hour and a half too long.
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This weekend I watched Derailed with Clive Owen and Jennifer Aniston, and An Unfinished Life with Robert Redford and Morgan Freeman. Freeman should have won for Best Supporting Actor IMO.
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Over the weekend I watched Brubaker and Friday the 13th part 3.
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Hey Jessie,

I thought Election was fantastic! What a messed up movie but sooooo damn funny! Witherspoon was brilliant and Broderick really played his part so well that you couldn't help almost feel bad for the pathetic loser. Did you notice the girl who played Shane in Some Kind of Wonderful was also in this? I love seeing people from some 80's classic pop up in a more recent movie.

Last movie I watched was The Fog (original version).

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I watched Patriot Games last night. I had to preview it for my son...now I know what was in it.

There is one "sex scene" in it...where the girl terrorist takes a guy back to a room....and he's almost naked...nothing but her is covering up places...and she shoots him in the head...oh well...I can edit through that part.

I actually liked that movie better than Clear and Present Danger....it had more about Jack Ryan and his family...I thought Anne Archer looked great in it, and I liked the storyline, especially the ending...when they were having the party for their daughter....and the terrorists get in to their home...that was cool, and I love their house.

Clear and Present Danger was ok, but it was more war stuff...and political conspiracy stuff...and more a guy film...It was complex, and I would have had to watch it a bunch of times to figure out what really was happening...and even then I don't think I would have.

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I just watched Collateral....I had seen it once before, but couldn't remember anything about it, except Tom Cruise was a hit man, and Jamie Foxx was the cab driver...it is so violent...I remembered that much, but forgot how really crazy Tom Cruise was, and I was thinking of the ending with the train ride...that this ride he took was alot different than the one he took in Risky Buisness. [Eek!]
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Last night I watched both

A Streetcar Named Desire
GoodFellas

Awesome acting performances all around in Streetcar; especially Leigh, Brando and Malden

The montage in GoodFellas set to the keyboard outro of Layla when they're showing all the dead bodies is one of the most powerful scenes in movie history.

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Goodfellas= my favorite movie! I love that montage too. I also love when Henry is driving around in his car all coked up and the music is just blaring-I think it's the Rolling Stones (that I'm A Monkey song- don't know the proper title). I always wanted to know- were those helicopters real, or was he just so drugged up that he was imagining them because he was so paranoid?
I haven't watched any movies all week cuz I have been so busy with the business and then spent time this weekend going out with friends instead of staying in.

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I'm Funny how?
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I saw Last Holydays with Queen Latifah.
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United 93. This was a pretty good movie. It started off slow. I think it was a good tribute to those brave folks.....
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I watched When A Stranger Calls Back, last night on Lifetime. I love the beginning of that movie, cause I love Jill Schoelen in it, but then it gets strange...they never give you an explaination as to who this guy was either, who was the nut in it.
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"North Country". What a depressing, dark, sad piece of work that was.
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Just watched Nightbreed
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The Last movie i watched was, police academy 3. I just think all thoses movies are a crack up, my favourite is as Captain Harris love to call him "Motor Mouth Jones". I love all the nosies he does.
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Last night I watched Full Metal Jacket and LA Confidential

LA Confidential is an excellent movie about bad cops and worse cops in 1950s LA and how they all come together to solve a mass murder at an all night cafe. It stars the always great Kevin Spacey, Russell Crowe, Guy Pearce, Danny DeVito, James Cromwell and the lovely Kim Basinger.

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I started watching Tender Mercies last night, my mom likes it, and I couldn't remember much about it, but once I started watching it, I could remember it cause it played constantly during the daytime on HBO in the 80's. It is kind of boring, but that's the kind of movie it really is, it's about life, and it is just about people. and it's not action packed. I noticed the guy from Electric Dreams was in it...Lenny Von Dohlen-he looks really good in Tender Mercies, he's the head of a band. It was weird Ellen Barkin and Wilford Brimley were both in this movie, and they were both in Harry & Son-that I watched yesterday. That was a strange coincidence.
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The last couple of nights, I watched "The Last of the Mohicans" and "The New World". I guess I got into the mood for some historical european/indian stuff.
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This is funny because it relates to a new topic that I just posted on, but the last movie that I saw was......REAL GENUIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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