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    Watched Fear for the first time all of the way through. Also watched Rambo 4 all of the way through, even though my wife protested because of my PTSD. Both were pretty good and I expected less from both movies.

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    Watched Fear for the first time all of the way through. Also watched Rambo 4 all of the way through, even though my wife protested because of my PTSD. Both were pretty good and I expected less from both movies.
    Sucks about your PTSD. You were in the military? My brother was in the military too and had two tours in Afghanistan. He suffered from that too, but now that he's been out for a couple of years, he seems to be back to normal.

    Having said that, I saw Fear way back when. Don't think I'll ever want to watch that again.
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    The Dark Knight is on TNT... especially considering how underwhelming Rises was (IMO), I really appreciate the tremendous brilliance of TDK. Unbelievable.

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    Chernobyl Diaries

    Meh. Movie has many issues. It was alright up until the last 1/3, then it completely fell apart.

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    I watched Apollo 18 last night.

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    Rise of the Guardians.

    Loved it. Excellent. Loved the take on Santa, the Easter Bunny, Sandman, Tooth Fairy, Jack Frost, and even the Boogeyman. My son loved it. I'm going to seek out the books now.

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    Just watched Pitch Black for the first time and thought it was pretty good.

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    My wife made me go to the last Twilight movie. Needless to say my love of the Vampire genre is now cured.

    At the end I honestly couldn't tell you if I was watching a Vampire movie or a new X-Men movie as each Vampire had their own new super power.

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    Been putting it off for a while, but I finally watched Troll Hunter. Imagination provoking movie. Kinda flat for a while, but the last half more than makes up for it. Unique, enjoyable little movie.
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    Has anyone seen Life of Pi?

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    Life of Pi.

    I cried, I won't lie. Powerful, sad, yet wonderful movie.
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    Life of Pi.

    I cried, I won't lie. Powerful, sad, yet wonderful movie.
    I wanted to see it last weekend, but person I went to the movies with had not seen Lincoln yet, so I was glad to see that again.

    Hopefully will see Life of Pi this next weekend

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    Finally saw all three Godfather movies this weekend. It probably didn't help that I had already put them up on a pedestal (well, the first two at least) from all of the love they get from fans, but I wasn't blown away. I liked them, I respect them, but that's about it. Part of my problem is I really struggled to keep track of all of the players and the details of what was happening. I understood the broad strokes, but I felt a bit lost, too. Well done movies; I'm sure they pioneered a lot of things that I've seen many times since in newer films/TV, thus I'm numb to their impact.

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    I loved the first Godfather movie - have seen it probably a dozen times and like it everytime I watch it. In fact in many ways like it the more I see it.

    The second Godfather movie, I liked it well enough, certainly respected it, but I thought the first one was much better.

    The third one I have only seen one time and was bored and didn't enjoy it
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    Beast of the Southern Wild - I'm conflicted on this movie. On the one hand, it looks and sounds great, the initial sense of place it creates is fantastically unique, and that little girl is adorable. But a lot of the time, it does feel like a white liberal arts fairy tale about magical negroes in the swamp. Which it is. The movie nearly falls apart when Hush Puppy, Toby, Big Belly Joe and the rest have to interact rather unrealistically with the real world. I feel like for forty minutes, this would have been fine, but it really didn't have an hour and half's worth of movie. Kind of, sort of recommended.

    Argo - Despite nearly falling apart at the end due to over-Hollywoodness (just like The Town), it's still a very engaging, brilliantly directed period piece. The first fifteen or twenty minutes of the movie is probably the best of this year. The stakes are set up, the history is established, and everything feels both real and relatable. It seems pretty obviously the front runner for Best Picture; the editing pretty much makes the movie. Alas, I didn't cry. Highly recommended.

    Take This Waltz - This movie deserves some credit for showing a fairly reasonable depiction of a loveless marriage and why a wife would feel compelled to be unfaithful. I feel like in general, adulterers who are female get **** on way more than their male counterparts, so I feel this movie approaches this more honestly. That said, the end is pretty horrendous, and even if you were with it up to that point, you're kind of just like, for real? Also, way too long. Not really recommended.
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    Has anyone seen Life of Pi?
    Yes. I wrote what I thought of it. It's either above or back 1 page.

    It's pretty damn good. Very emotional. Love it.
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    The Collection

    Time to check out for a bit for gore, violence, etc. Totally unbelievable but so was the first movie. Lots of blood, etc., so if you don't lime that, do not see this. Similar to the Saw movies.

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    Finding Nemo 3D

    All I can say is wow, I had only seen one other movie in 3D which was more distracting than anything. However the 3D made the movie come to life and I can't wait to see Monsters Inc.

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    Kill Bill Vol. 2- Amazing film. The only problem I have with the film is the lack of swordplay. The first movie is clearly better in my opinion, yet, the movies are made to be completely different from each other. The first film sets the stage showing you the world around them, their skills in swords, weaponry, and martial arts. The 2nd film is more story oriented. I give the film an 8/10. Looks amazing in Blu-Ray I might add.

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    Just finished watching an old one in Fear with Mark Walberg. Makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up.

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    Bought my IMAX 3D tickets for the midnight showing and also a HFR 48 FPS for Sat night. So looking forward to the Hobbit. I've been reading the lukewarm reviews for it, but all of their issues are things that don't really bother me. Slow beginning, not much exposition, dragging things out. All things that I think will be fun anyway. Can't wait to see the dwarves, necromancer, smaug, and gollum!
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    Bought my IMAX 3D tickets for the midnight showing and also a HFR 48 FPS for Sat night. So looking forward to the Hobbit. I've been reading the lukewarm reviews for it, but all of their issues are things that don't really bother me. Slow beginning, not much exposition, dragging things out. All things that I think will be fun anyway. Can't wait to see the dwarves, necromancer, smaug, and gollum!
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    I just finished watching That Was Then, This is Now. I think it was a good movie but a great book.

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    Life of Pi. Saw it this weekend. I have mixed feeling about the movie - let me first say I generally like movies with a lot of dialogue and this one doesn't have that, so that is a strike against it. Overall I enjoyed this movie, I applaud the fact that it is different, and I liked that it was quite emotional throughout.

    The look of the movie (in 3D)was amazing, the acting of the lead was great - there were many memorable scenes. I recommend the movie. And maybe part of the reason why I didn't love the movie is that recently I have seen Argo and Lincoln and I loved both of those, so in comparison LOP just was not as enjoyable to me.

    I love movies that make you think and this one does, but I don't like how it leaves you question if what you just watched really happened or was it something else.
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