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    Has anyone watched Back to the Future on BD? I have been waiting for a minute for the price to drop, but I hate the wait, and I have been tempted once again...
    I have it, but only watched one of them on BD and finished the trilogy in my iPad with the included digital copies. But I recall it being a good BD.

    Go look up the review in blu-ray.com for details.

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    Why not? I reallllly liked it.
    It had no point, it was dumb, it was boring--I just didn't like it. The acting was incredible, the movie was beautifully shot, but I left that theater very excited that the movie was over.

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    Was there no character development? I was thinking about checking Master out.

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    Saw Looper today.

    Darker than I expected. One scene in particular slightly rattled me by how disturbing it was.

    It was also (sort of) more complex than expected, in a good way. Pretty good flick, though like most SciFi movies, particularly ones involving time travel, it sometimes didn't seem to make sense even within the world's context. But maybe I missed something or misunderstood.

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    Saw Looper today.

    Darker than I expected. One scene in particular slightly rattled me by how disturbing it was.

    It was also (sort of) more complex than expected, in a good way. Pretty good flick, though like most SciFi movies, particularly ones involving time travel, it sometimes didn't seem to make sense even within the world's context. But maybe I missed something or misunderstood.

    I saw it also. I give them a lot of credit for making something that was IMO very unique. A lot of the scenes didn't really work, but overall I enjoyed the movie

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    Cabin In The Wooods gets...a 7ish outta 10.

    It's honestly not very good as a stand alone movie at all, but the way the poked a ton of fun at old school slasher flicks from my childhood was, well, a ton of fun. I mean, snarky as ever Bradley Whitford and Richard Jenkins, c'mon. Tugging at my sensibilities here Whedon.

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    Looper - Rian Johnson continues to make great movie after great movie. This is like Memento with interesting and relatable characters. If you have Johnson and Chris Nolan on a list of best writers/directors, Johnson has to move past Nolan. This movie, while full of questions and potential plot holes, is an inventive, yet highly accessible exercise in multiple genres. (Slashfilm posted a good article about some questions one might have about the movie.) I haven't felt this stoked on a mid-level sci-fi film since District 9. The cast is fantastic, especially Emily Blunt and the child actor. The third act veered into an odd, unexpected place, but was so able to enhance the emotional core of the story that it all worked for me. I don't want to be the next director who has to make a time travel movie.

    CitW more pokes fun (or rips apart) the entire horror genre, I would say, not just the slashers.

    Prometheus - It was pretty dumb, though some of the shots may make for attractive desktop wallpaper.

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    The Master - I'm probably hopelessly biased towards PTA, but I really loved this. What surprised me about it is that it wasn't excessive at all, though most of it is very funny. (It's the closest PTA movie to comedy actually.) Sure, there are the long, lingering takes of beautifully framed sequences that PTA is famous for, but it's too concerned with transporting you into this unique place that has never been seen before to pretentiously dote on themes and meanings. The themes and purpose of the movie go back and forth like the two main characters, splitting time between truth and discipline, and sex and farts. DDL's performance in TWBB was probably more iconic in the history of movies, but Phoenix is just as out of this world. The way the score is used to build and complete the movie's atmosphere is remarkable as well. Sometimes storytelling is about making a cool plot and having the characters learn something. And sometimes it's about taking you to a place you've never been and making sure you'll never forget it. It sucks that we have to wait five years for every Paul Thomas Anderson movie, but it's worth it every time.
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    I'm more than fine waiting another 5 years for a PTA movie--and I'm not a hater by any means. TWBB is one of my favorite movies. I like most of his films, but this one was just asinine. It just wasn't an enjoyable movie to sit through for two and a half hours. It was just too boring. There were some pretty funny moments, granted, but it's not a movie I want to see again.

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    I don't want to be the next director who has to make a time travel movie.
    I guess Dean Parisot really has his work cut out for him on the set of Bill and Ted's 3.

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    I guess Dean Parisot really has his work cut out for him on the set of Bill and Ted's 3.
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    Wrath of Titans

    Certainly better than the first (original can't be beat), but not near as good as the movie trailer made it out to be. Average at best, but worth at least one watch.
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    I guess Dean Parisot really has his work cut out for him on the set of Bill and Ted's 3.
    So many burning questions with that movie, like will Keanu be able to top his last time travel movie?

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    I am wildly excited about Lincoln. The second trailer came out and it looks better than the first. Spielberg is very hit or miss at this point in his career, but Daniel Day-Lewis never misses.

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    I am wildly excited about Lincoln. The second trailer came out and it looks better than the first. Spielberg is very hit or miss at this point in his career, but Daniel Day-Lewis never misses.
    DDL's gonna kill it like always (outside of Nine) and once I see it I'll forever hear his voice when I read a Lincoln quote, but it seems like Spielberg's going the War Horse route with it. Just a big sweeping fluffy period piece that doesn't really explore much beyond the surface. That's fine I guess, but someone like Milos Forman with DDL woulda made it an all time great.

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    Skyfall's new theme song, entitled "Skyfall" by Adele is out. It's fantastic, really. One of the best theme songs they've had in awhile (and I like Casino Royale's). I kinda hope they have Adele just continue to the songs herself from now on.

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    Skyfall's new theme song, entitled "Skyfall" by Adele is out. It's fantastic, really. One of the best theme songs they've had in awhile (and I like Casino Royale's). I kinda hope they have Adele just continue to the songs herself from now on.

    http://music.yahoo.com/blogs/list-of...224055247.html
    I am not remotely close to being a fan of this song. Adele's music just doesn't do it for me. I am excited about this movie though.

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    Looper's probably the movie of the year for me so far. Haven't seen The Master yet but it's probably the only thing that's been released that I might think is better.

    That or the 3 Stooges. I'm only like 95% kidding with that.

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    Skyfall's new theme song, entitled "Skyfall" by Adele is out. It's fantastic, really. One of the best theme songs they've had in awhile (and I like Casino Royale's). I kinda hope they have Adele just continue to the songs herself from now on.

    http://music.yahoo.com/blogs/list-of...224055247.html
    While the song isn't great, it's really good for a theme song and harkens back to older James Bond theme songs. Two thumbs up. Adele doesn't disappoint.
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    DDL's gonna kill it like always (outside of Nine) and once I see it I'll forever hear his voice when I read a Lincoln quote, but it seems like Spielberg's going the War Horse route with it. Just a big sweeping fluffy period piece that doesn't really explore much beyond the surface. That's fine I guess, but someone like Milos Forman with DDL woulda made it an all time great.
    Agreed mostly, though Tony Kushner writing the script + the uncertainty of AL's orientation might make for an interesting angle.

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    Argo - wow that was a great movie my favorite of the year. Don't be scared away by the serious subject matter. There is a lot of humor in the movie and it is told in a very fast paced and highly entertaining way. Certain best picture nominee and very possibly the best picture winner. Cannot recommend it highly enough.

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    Argo - wow that was a great movie my favorite of the year. Don't be scared away by the serious subject matter. There is a lot of humor in the movie and it is told in a very fast paced and highly entertaining way. Certain best picture nominee and very possibly the best picture winner. Cannot recommend it highly enough.
    John Stewart was gushing on this movie, and he almost never does that. He'll say it's a good movie and you should go see it, but for this one, he was just straight gushing.

    I know they changed some of the events for America, which I don't like, but I def want to see it.

    I still need to watch my Netflix DVD movie, Cabin in the Woods...have had it for over a week now.
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    Drive and Get the Gringo

    Drive was a little slow at times, but good lord the violence in that movie was just vicious. I thought it was an ok movie, but I did not see why there was a lot of gushing over this movie.

    Get the Gringo was fantastic. It reminded me of Payback and love the style of this movie.

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    That's My Boy

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    I didn't like the makeup job they did on Joseph Gordon-Levitt in Looper to make him look more believable as a younger version of Bruce Willis. I thought it just made him look weird.

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