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buried with ryan reynolds

i DO NOT recommend it

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Oh I liked that one. Took a bit to get used to, really felt like it was me in the box for a bit haha
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i stayed till the end, and found out i got nothing
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I loved the ending [Razz]
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Watched Iron Man for the first time last week - really enjoyed it, but in a lot of ways it was not what I was expecting.

Also watched Scooby Doo with the kids - they loved it, I was kind of.... meh.... however SMG and Isla Fisher in a movie can't be all that bad!

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Mask Maker--surprisingly good horror flick

Dark Fields--again, surprisingly good (this was the Dark Fields with the Carradine guy---there's another one called Dark Fields that's horrid)

Never Cry Werewolf--liked this one a lot, and I haven't liked a werewolf movie since Silver Bullet

May--oh Mylanta!! I couldn't get thru it all---sooooo stupid!

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Red State. I like Kevin Smith. I really do, and I keep thinking that someday he will do a film that will be a masterpiece and win lots of awards. This is not that film. There are some brilliant ideas and dialogue, Michael Parks gives an Oscar-worthy performance, and it is a really well-made film, not the typically static Smith thing. Yet, like just about every Kevin Smith film, it is directionless and runs out of steam in the last 20 minutes. It has no discernible focus. Is it supposed to be a satirical horror film? A condemnation of fundamentalists? A Ruby Ridge metaphor? I don't really know, nor do I really care. It's interesting enough, his most serious film yet, but I was left scratching my head. Pity...
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The Smurfs (2011) The kids loved it i felt my mind wander a lot during the film i thought i would really like it cos i loved the Smurfs when i was a kid
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Red State. I like Kevin Smith. I really do, and I keep thinking that someday he will do a film that will be a masterpiece

Dogma is for me [Smile]
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Kevin Smith movies i´ve seen are Mallrats, Chasing Amy, Dogma and the brilliant Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.
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"Dogma" is a favorite, HS, and I do like "Chasing Amy" and "Jay and Silent Bob, aT. Still, he's not in the top echelon of filmmakers for me--likeable "yes," genius "no." But I do think that Smith writes some of the best, funniest dialogue around. He's like David Mamet or Quentin Tarantino. Sure, his dialogue is not "realistic" in that you hear people in life talking like that, but within the world of his movies, it's completely believable and very entertaining. That said, until this new one, "Red State," came along, Smith--even by his own admission--was a pretty terrible director. (In one of his stand-up routines, he even joked about how had he directed "The Green Hornet," he would have had the action scenes occur off-screen because he didn't know how to direct action scenes. Take a look at the car chase in his work-for-hire "Cop Out," for example. It's terribly filmed and edited.) Here, he's progressed by leaps and bounds into a truly mature director, at the expense of a clear focus in his screenplay, which, while making serious points, still has a heart of juvenalia. He just didn't add the chimp this time. [Smile]
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I haven't seen anything but Dogma. I did wanna see Red State. Will probably rent when available.

Simon Says - I really enjoy this tongue in cheek woods slasher with Crispin Glover playing evil twins [Smile]

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Scream 4, kind of needless movie without any original ideas. Entertaining at some moments though.
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Attack The Block

Fed up of seeing aliens fighting the military might of the good ole US of A? Then this is the movie for you! Inner city London is host to the invasion and its up to hoody's and drug dealers to fight off the menace using whatever 'tools' they can get their hands on.

Unfortunately comparisons to Shaun Of The Dead are inevitable but totally unfounded (Nick Frost and the British-ness of it are the only comparisons really!)

This is a fantastic movie and a unique experience. Only problem for my american friends is that they may struggle with some of the street language but don't let it put you off, this movie is definitely worth a watch!

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watched blitz with jason statham,i remember a lot of the critics saying they found the plot to be very cliched which i must admit it probably was , but trying to make a cop drama nowadays it's got to be near on imposible to come up with a fresh new take on things!

overall i really enjoyed it.

blitz trailer http://youtu.be/Cc6FVLaqlFM .

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Insiduous (finally!) and the Thaw...both good.
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Source Code. Very simple in one way, very complex in another... I Liked it.
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Just finished watching this:

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I was surprised at how much I actually enjoyed this. I'm not the biggest fan of Jake Gyllenhaal, but I thought he was excellent. Michelle Monaghan was great as well -- not to mention stunning...  -

It's also well worth picking up on Blu-ray -- it looks & sounds fantastic. Although the extras are on the slim side:

* Audio commentary with Jake Gyllenhaal, director Duncan Jones and writer Ben Ripley
* Cast and crew insights
* Focal points
* Expert Intel – The Science Behind Source Code
* Access Source Code: Trivia track


8/10

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Unknown starring Liam Neeson. Pretty good flick.
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Pitts, I thought Unknown was ok...not bad.

I watched A Simple Plan the other night. I wouldn't watch it again. I thought it was ok to see once.

Another movie I saw, that I can't shut up about....Let Me In. Loved it!

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Thor [Big Grin]
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He's Just Not That Into You - Took me a bit to warm up to but then I really enjoyed the rest.
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The Lincoln Lawyer

Great movie!

Maybe I'm biased because courtroom drama movies are among my favourite genre and I love most movies like this. The cast were outstanding and the plot moved along nicely.

Highly recommended.

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i seen you again, i was thinking i was going to have alot of laughs, considering the cast, it just ended up being another contemporary piece.

cloris leachman doesnt show up till the end of the movie, so dont rent it expecting her to have a major role

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Noms, I agree--the Lincoln Lawyer was a great movie!
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