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    Friday the 13th (2009)

    It was okay. It really needed to be longer in order to more adequately explain Jason's origins and abilities to casual moviegoers (the entire first film was recapped in about the first 2 minutes of the movie). Too cliche and open-ended for my liking, and I'm not sure how I feel about the campiness being completely removed, since the film still wasn't even mildly scary to me. I think casual movie-goers may enjoy it more, though.

    I really liked the focus on Jason's intelligence and hunting abilities, especially after how much he was gimped in Freddy vs. Jason.

    Derek Mears was the ****, though. Definitely a much better portrayal of Jason than Ken Kerzinger.

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    Zack and Miri Make a Porno- Pretty entertaining, I enjoyed it

    Pineapple Express- It was alright, there were certainly some good scenes
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    I just hope your response is because you got laid after the movie.
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    I just hope your response is because you got laid after the movie.
    Or, better yet, during the movie.

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    Or, better yet, during the movie.
    Or as a reward for sitting through the movie
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    Body Of Lies

    I liked it. It was good. Good to Watch. Good to Listen to. Enjoy it. Entertaining to watch. Good to kill some time. Would recommend.

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    Purple Rain

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    from the last few weeks...

    spider ... B
    a david cronenberg film that is well acted by ralph fiennes, gabriel byrne and miranda richardson. cronenberg does a fairly good job, but the story makes it difficult to get into. a couple of reasons: first, this film is essentially just about one character and secondly, that character is fairly one-dimensional and a tremendously unreliable narrator at that. most of what you see you're unsure whether to take it as real or complete fantasy.

    the verdict ... A+
    i recently watched this paul newman/sidney lumet/david mamet film again and, amazingly, it was actually even better than i remembered. i probably saw it about six or seven years ago while i was still in high school and probably judged it more in terms of a legal thriller - which is the dumbest thing you could do. if you think about it in terms of a hardcore courtroom drama, you're going to be disappointed and you'll think it drags quite a bit. if you go in expecting a movie about a man named frank galvin redeeming himself, you'll be remarkably pleased. newman is fantastic, lumet is great and mark my words, this david mamet fella will have a future in dialogue-driven writing.

    in bruges ... A
    i had no idea who martin mcdonagh was but he wrote and directed this fantastic dark comedy. after googling him, this is his first feature-length film but he is quite a respected playwright in the uk which makes sense, as the story unfolds much more like a play. colin farrell, ralph fiennes (again) and brendan gleeson are all quite enjoyable. it's nominated for the best original screenplay oscar this sunday and while i think milk will probably win, in bruges should win.
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    the namesake

    great great great film about a family of indian immigrants assimilating to life in the united states. nothing really mindblowing that i didn't know about what assimilation was like but nonetheless quite good. it stars kal penn (kumar) as the lead and it was kind of strange to take him seriously in a serious role at first, but you get used to it and the film is really good.

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    the verdict ... A+
    i recently watched this paul newman/sidney lumet/david mamet film again and, amazingly, it was actually even better than i remembered. i probably saw it about six or seven years ago while i was still in high school and probably judged it more in terms of a legal thriller - which is the dumbest thing you could do. if you think about it in terms of a hardcore courtroom drama, you're going to be disappointed and you'll think it drags quite a bit. if you go in expecting a movie about a man named frank galvin redeeming himself, you'll be remarkably pleased. newman is fantastic, lumet is great and mark my words, this david mamet fella will have a future in dialogue-driven writing.
    I love that movie, I've probably seen it 4 or 5 times and yet I watched it again about 3 weeks ago iand it is still good.

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    from the last few weeks...

    spider ... B
    a david cronenberg film that is well acted by ralph fiennes, gabriel byrne and miranda richardson. cronenberg does a fairly good job, but the story makes it difficult to get into. a couple of reasons: first, this film is essentially just about one character and secondly, that character is fairly one-dimensional and a tremendously unreliable narrator at that. most of what you see you're unsure whether to take it as real or complete fantasy.
    Is that a S. American Nazi-related movie? If so, I've read the book and really liked it and had no idea they'd made it into a movie. I'll have to rent it.
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    Is that a S. American Nazi-related movie? If so, I've read the book and really liked it and had no idea they'd made it into a movie. I'll have to rent it.
    nope. it's about a man, spider (fiennes), who has been released from a mental institution after spending many years inside. after moving into a halfway house, he begins to solve the puzzle of his mother's death and his own incarceration. it's based on a novel by patrick mcgrath, though i've never read it.

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    Changeling

    it was alright. A little long and some uneeded parts but it was worth the watch.

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    nope. it's about a man, spider (fiennes), who has been released from a mental institution after spending many years inside. after moving into a halfway house, he begins to solve the puzzle of his mother's death and his own incarceration. it's based on a novel by patrick mcgrath, though i've never read it.
    Nope - the novel I read's by Gordon Stevens.
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    the verdict ... A+
    i recently watched this paul newman/sidney lumet/david mamet film again and, amazingly, it was actually even better than i remembered. i probably saw it about six or seven years ago while i was still in high school and probably judged it more in terms of a legal thriller - which is the dumbest thing you could do. if you think about it in terms of a hardcore courtroom drama, you're going to be disappointed and you'll think it drags quite a bit. if you go in expecting a movie about a man named frank galvin redeeming himself, you'll be remarkably pleased. newman is fantastic, lumet is great and mark my words, this david mamet fella will have a future in dialogue-driven writing.
    Such a great film.

    Like eight years ago I was trying to buy The Hustler (one of my favorite five movies) off Amazon and came across a Newman mini-box set with The Hustler, Butch and Sundance and The Verdict, which I'd never heard of. Butch and Sundance is also incredible so I just said what they hay and got it since it was only like $30.

    In fact, I don't even think I watched The Verdict for like a year. Then I did one day and was oh-so-psyched. Great, great stuff.

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    I just saw Hancock and loved it!

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    The last two I've seen were Pink Panther 2 and Coraline.

    My son laughed uproariously throughout PP2 (while I listened to The History of Britain on my iPod), but we both found Coraline visually impressive, but a little on the boring side (and he thought maybe a little scary).

    (And, yes, I do wish that I had been watching The Verdict, instead.)

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    Heat
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    I've tried to see some of the Oscar flicks over the past few weeks and most of them are pretty meh. Benjamin Button and Slumdog are both okay, The Wrestler and Doubt are superb, and Revolutionary Road is an absolute abomination of awful. Overall, 2008 was a pretty weak year for film-making me thinks.

    I obviously didn't watch em all, but if I was making a list of the best movies I saw in the past 12 months, it would go:

    1. Iron Man
    2. Doubt
    3. Che
    4. The Wrestler
    5. Pineapple Express
    6. The Dark Knight
    7. Burn After Reading
    8. Ben Button
    9. Slumdog
    10. Shine a Light
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    Gone With the Wind - 9/10

    Finally watched this. And, yeah, it's rather good.
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    I've tried to see some of the Oscar flicks over the past few weeks and most of them are pretty meh. Benjamin Button and Slumdog are both okay, The Wrestler and Doubt are superb, and Revolutionary Road is an absolute abomination of awful. Overall, 2008 was a pretty weak year for film-making me thinks.

    I obviously didn't watch em all, but if I was making a list of the best movies I saw in the past 12 months, it would go:

    1. Iron Man
    2. Doubt
    3. Che
    4. The Wrestler
    5. Pineapple Express
    6. The Dark Knight
    7. Burn After Reading
    8. Ben Button
    9. Slumdog
    10. Shine a Light
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