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I just watched X2-Xmen United. I wanted to see it the whole way through, cause I walked out of the movie theater with my son 3 years ago, cause it was way too violent for him....it still seemed really violent. They were previewing the new Xmen movie, and they keep talking about them being "killing machines" ...that doesn't sound like what you want a super "hero" to be. I was shocked to see that Kelsey Grammer plays "The Beast"- there was some major work going on in the make up department to transform him in to the Beast.
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I just watched Commando...now I am going to go watch Breakin.
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Listen to Me with Cameron, Gertz and Peterson
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Jaws for about the 37th time. Still have to love Quint after all these years. He was about as cuddly as a swordfish with a severe rash.
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I saw Memoirs of a Geisha - thoroughly enjoyed it...oh yeah, also saw The Family Stone, another good one and let's not forget Narnia, watched that with my daughter.
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I watched The Good, the Bad & The Ugly.
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The Aristocrats (the movie where selected comedians tell the infamous Aristocrats joke in their own way)
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I watched About Last Night (Last Night-haha)...

I love those sweater dresses that Demi wears, especially the one she has on at the Christmas party where her boss is trying to put the moves on her....I liked most of her clothes in this movie, but though Elizabeth Perkins Thanksgiving Day dress was hideous.

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I watched "Badder Santa" the other night. I was lmao.
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Over the Hedge, and it was very disappointing too! It wasn't anywhere near as good as I thought it would be. Hammy, Steve Carrel was funny though.
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Going to see XMen 3 here in about 2.5 hours. I will post on it sometime tomorrow..........
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The River King with Edward Burns
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Anger Management and currently I am watching Joe VS the Volcano!
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The Da Vinci Code, worse than the book, two and a half hours of Tom Hanks' hair plugs reciting the phone book. Not even worth it for Audrey Tautou.
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Wicker Park...it was kind of slow, but decent overall.
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I watched The Da Vinci Code last week and today I went to see X-Men 3.
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The Ring Two. Huge disappointment because I enjoyed the first Ring movie so much. They basically took all the cool stuff/rules from the first movie and threw them out the window. Not the least bit scary.
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Chinatown with Jack Nicholson, Faye Dunnaway and John Houston. A great film that deserves its spot in the IMDb top #250. Houston plays a very memorable villain.
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I watched Chopping Mall and The Wraith.
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The New World
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Xmen-The Last Stand
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Memoirs of a Geisha and Last Holiday. Memoirs was kinda long, I think they could have eliminated about 30 min., but then I don't know how without leaving out some of the story. And about Last Holiday- I thought it was going to be stupid, because the trailers that were shown on tv when it was released in movie theaters made it look ultimately stupid. But it wasn't a bad romantic comedy. I really enjoyed it.
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I was just watching FEAR with Mark Walburg
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Goodfellas & Missing in America
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I just watched the most cheesy movies ever made. You know, the movies that are supposed to be somewhat serious or action based, but are so bad you laugh. I watched "No Retreat No Surrender" and "The Annihilators". If you like your cheese extra sharp, then check out "The Annihilators". You can buy the VHS on amazon for .35 cents. LOL The wardrobe was so generic it was hilarious. A gang member had a muscle shirt that had the word "Muscle" on the front. One guy had a sweat shirt on that had the word "Sweat" on it. One guy had a t-shirt with the word "music" on it. This movie was very, very bad.LOL The main bad guy looked like a Kurt Russel reject.

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