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    The Informers

    Still not too sure what this movie is actually supposed to be about and that in a nutshell explains that it wasnt very good. Some nice titties though.

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    The Last House On The Left

    Yeah it is really titled that. I didnt have high hopes going into this movie mostly because of the ridiculous title but it turned out to be pretty good. Watched with a few other people so we were able to give the eww and ahhs around each death. Very violent and disturbing and for that reason I would recommend it.

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    I finally got around to seeing Hot Tub Time Machine. Hilarious movie if you grew up in the 80s. There were just some LOL parts in the movie....especially the part where the Rob Cordrey charecter lost the bet he made at the Bar on that Elway touchdown.
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    The Last House On The Left

    Yeah it is really titled that. I didnt have high hopes going into this movie mostly because of the ridiculous title but it turned out to be pretty good. Watched with a few other people so we were able to give the eww and ahhs around each death. Very violent and disturbing and for that reason I would recommend it.
    Watch the Wes Craven original version...

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    I will have to now there Styder, thanks for the heads up. Did not even know this was a remake.

    Bra Boys

    It is a documentary about a surf 'gang' who were notorious for causing trouble on a beach outside of Sydney. It was pretty entertaining. A few members of the Bra Boys were pro surfers and they could all surf well. It was a good watch.

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    State Of Play

    Better than expected.

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    "The Green Zone". I liked it a lot.
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    State of Play

    One of those good movies that becomes forgettable because nothing really stands out.

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    This was the original. It has a very light story but it sets up the great 40 minute chase scene at the end.

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    Kick-***

    I liked it a little better than I thought I would. I had a fun enough time, and I think it's good (not great).

    I still want to see a movie that takes the initial premise of this one (the character known as Kick-***) and leave out any of the more fantastical elements (like Hit-Girl).

    Still, for what this movie is, it's well done, it was entertaining, I got into it, and I left feeling satisfied.

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    Kick-***

    I liked it a little better than I thought I would. I had a fun enough time, and I think it's good (not great).

    I still want to see a movie that takes the initial premise of this one (the character known as Kick-***) and leave out any of the more fantastical elements (like Hit-Girl).

    Still, for what this movie is, it's well done, it was entertaining, I got into it, and I left feeling satisfied.
    Saw it the first day. Loved it, BUT, there were some elements I had to overlook as being a bit too much or not withing the realm of logic of the movie, but as a comic book geekboy, I loved it.

    Hicks, there was a comic book called Star Brand, from the eighties that explored that concept and it's kinda like what you're talking about to an extent, except the guy did have superpowers, but it showed how he would function in the real world. (Like needing a map when he was flying cause how could you have a sense of dirction with no street signs to guide you?)

    I hear ya though. As much as I really liked the movie, it would have been intriguing to go without Hit Girl, but then I think she's what made the movie palatable and commercial. Without her, I think it ends up being way too dark for the masses.....but I would have loved what you propose.
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    Yeah, I think there's easily room for both kinds of movies. When I first saw a redband trailer featuring Hit-Girl, I wasn't happy and dismissed her because it told me this wasn't the movie I thought it was and what I really wanted to see.

    But when I watched, she was so likable that I quickly got over my disappointment and enjoyed the hell out of her. She easily steals the show.

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    Saw it the first day. Loved it, BUT, there were some elements I had to overlook as being a bit too much or not withing the realm of logic of the movie, but as a comic book geekboy, I loved it.

    Hicks, there was a comic book called Star Brand, from the eighties that explored that concept and it's kinda like what you're talking about to an extent, except the guy did have superpowers, but it showed how he would function in the real world. (Like needing a map when he was flying cause how could you have a sense of dirction with no street signs to guide you?)

    I hear ya though. As much as I really liked the movie, it would have been intriguing to go without Hit Girl, but then I think she's what made the movie palatable and commercial. Without her, I think it ends up being way too dark for the masses.....but I would have loved what you propose.
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    saw Date Night It was amusing for the most part. Seemed like they ran out of material about 2/3 if the way in. Which seemed to force them to make some really poor choices, turning a couple of really bad scenes into a couple of really bad and long scenes.

    the first 2/3 was good, a few good laughs

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    "Public Enemies"

    Finally got around to seeing this one. The first 10-15mins had me wondering about it. I thought I was going to be watching someone's homage to Orson Welles and odd camera angles more than a plot and storyline. I'm not saying there wasn't a couple of nice shots and different angles... but I thought it was going to get distracting.

    But it settled in and what I thought was an initial overuse of 'different' camera techniques and visions either disappeared or began to fit with the movie better because the distraction(s) I noticed early were forgotten by 30 mins into movie.

    It was far from the best movie I'd ever watch. I probably won't be watching it again unless in passing... but I'd certainly recommend it.

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    Kick-***

    I liked it a little better than I thought I would. I had a fun enough time, and I think it's good (not great).

    I still want to see a movie that takes the initial premise of this one (the character known as Kick-***) and leave out any of the more fantastical elements (like Hit-Girl).

    Still, for what this movie is, it's well done, it was entertaining, I got into it, and I left feeling satisfied.
    Saw this one on Friday.

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    Movie was definitely a lot gorier and less campy than I expected. Which is a good thing, I suppose.

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    I think with a lot of creativity and a minimal amount of stretching from reality, you could get one good 90 minute movie out of what we're talking about. You couldn't go all sorts of directions with it, though, for reasons you already stated and the movie addresses.

    Of course, I'm not saying it has to be a HS kid, either. It could be more like Big Daddy's story.

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    I could more see it if it went the BD angle. But the problem you have then is that you're basically talking about a poor Batman.

    Is there anything comic books haven't covered yet? Yeesh.

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    Well, poor Batman's more realistic than billionaire Batman.

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    Lucky # Slevin

    Okay movie, better if you play along with the story.

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    Tooth Fairy - i didn't want to remove my eyes from my sockets...so it was alright

    Universal Soldier 3
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    What started off as a chick flick turned a bit better later on...had some good moments.

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    "2012"

    Can the action get any more over the top than this?

    I assume this was supposed to be what a "B" movie would be if it had a large budget and unlimited access to CGI resources. ...If that wasn't the intention that was still certainly the result.
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    Kick-***

    I liked it a little better than I thought I would. I had a fun enough time, and I think it's good (not great).

    I still want to see a movie that takes the initial premise of this one (the character known as Kick-***) and leave out any of the more fantastical elements (like Hit-Girl).

    Still, for what this movie is, it's well done, it was entertaining, I got into it, and I left feeling satisfied.

    maybe this is something close for you?

    http://www.imdb.com/video/wab/vi1416299801/

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    I am trying to find that movie now Belli. Looks pretty cool.

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    Watched "(Sherlock) Holmes" this weekend. Meh. Not really my kind of movie.

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    Watched "(Sherlock) Holmes" this weekend. Meh. Not really my kind of movie.

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    I really liked Sherlock Holmes, it definitely left me smiling and satisfied.
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