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pettyfan
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Watched One For the Money. I love Janet Evanovich's Stephanie Plum series, and I was afraid I'd be disappointed by the movie (especially since I thought the Rock should've played Ranger). But anyway it was a really funny movie. I couldn't stand Debbie Reynolds as Grandma Mazur though. She didn't do the character justice.
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Midnight in Paris, very good film.
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Revolver (2005). One of the strangest movies I've ever watched. And the acting was pitiful. Andre Benjamin was the worst. It felt like they were all reading their lines off of a cue card, with the exception of Jason Statham. Are all Guy Ritchie flicks like this?
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Thanks HelenS. I doubt I'll be watching anymore Guy Ritchie films.
pettyfan, I haven't seen One for the Money yet. I haven't read the books, but it looked good and it was filmed here in Pittsburgh.
Midnight in Paris looks good- some new movies to add to my Netflix queue.

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quote:
Originally posted by Helen_S:
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Actually I disagree. Revolver is not indicative of a Guy Ritchie film and is universally reviled as the worst him he ever made!

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Lock stock is just as bad. The only one I've even slightly enjoyed is Sherlock.
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Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels is a classic...Innit [Wink]

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Classic crap [Razz]
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Ritchie's "Sherlock Holmes" stuff isn't terrible, but compared to the new BBC series "Sherlock," it's very pale indeed. If you want to suffer through a REALLY terrible Guy Ritchie film, check out "Swept Away," with Madonna, the remake of the classic Lina Wertmuller 70's art film. It's basically unwatchable. (And even though Madonna is filmed from sort of dodgy angles and non-close-ups, she still looks bad. Hubby tried, I guess. [Smile] )

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"I'll put that down to shock, but only once, only once can or will I let you get away with that."

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Have you seen the other Guy Richie classic, Snatch?  -

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Unfortunately I have, why do I do this to myself? [Frown]
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Anything to declare?

Yeah, don't go to England.

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i liked snatch and barrel, not my favorite movies, but likeable
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Tower Heist---pretty good movie.
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quote:
Originally posted by Pittsburghgirl:
Revolver (2005). One of the strangest movies I've ever watched. And the acting was pitiful. Andre Benjamin was the worst. It felt like they were all reading their lines off of a cue card, with the exception of Jason Statham. Are all Guy Ritchie flicks like this?

No, Helen_S hasn't got a scooby [Wink] [Razz] 'Snatch' and 'Lock, Stock...' ('The Hard Case' isn't bad for a short) are mildly entertaining. Revolver, well, you saw it, Sherlock Holmes average at best, Rock n'Rolla has its moments rare though they are and Swept Away I haven't seen, much like the rest of the world.

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"Alone in the Dark" (2005) by Uwe Boll. Once again, another awful offering from Boll and overall a poor video game adaptation, featuring bad performances from Christian Slater, Stephen Dorff & especially Tara Reid as an archaeologist.
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The Hangover Part II---they should've stopped after the first one. Just sayin
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2002's "Collateral Damage" starring Arnold Schwarzenegger as a firefighter hunting down the Colombian terrorist that killed his family. Also stars Elias Koteas, Cliff Curtis, Francesca Neri, John Leguizamo and John Turturro. Directed by Andrew Davis ("The Fugitive").
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The Thing (2011) 3 out of 5
The Sitter (2011) 2.5 out of 5

Terror Inside (2008) 2.5 out of 5
Corey Feldman stars.

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Contraband--good movie
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Tomboy (2011) French film... very well acted by the lead girl.
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2012, not the best couple hours i spent.
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I saw Hugo last night. Don't know why all the fuzz about it comes from. Did I miss something..?
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"Doom" from 2005 starring Karl Urban and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. Still another awful video game adaptation that barely has anything to do with the game it was based on.

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