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Old 12-26-2013, 05:45 PM   #1081
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Finally saw A Clockwork Orange (1971) today. Great film. Read the book and I thought the film did it justice. Very mesmerising despite it's age. The themes are relevant yet it's also far fetched at the same time. Overall , an awesome yet eerie piece of cinematic entertainment. It's pretty British , which I liked. Way ahead of it's time as well.
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Old 12-26-2013, 05:59 PM   #1082
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Watch the patriot the other day, quite enjoyed it though its not to popular. Violent movies based on revenge are always entertaining
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Old 12-27-2013, 06:23 AM   #1083
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Percy Jackson and the sea of monsters or something like that. It was ok. The girl is hot so that was good, ok effects, wasn't too boring.

Lone Ranger lame ! I loved the Lone Ranger as a kid, and the Legend of the Lone Ranger made in the 80s I think, was great! Well to me as a kid anyhow and what I remember . This was too predictable, poor acting, and boring. They made the Lone Ranger character a dork who was lucky with his pistol work when he actually did something which wasn't often. Tanto was made to be a funny guy dipshit, played by Depp, just bad! Disappointed!
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Meet the Millers Fairly funny, not a good movie or anything, but wasn't horrible. A little slow and boring at parts, but nothing where I wanted to kill myself because of boredom, like Babel! The outtakes at the end were very funny!

RIPD Decent movie, entertaining. Sort of men in black minus will smith and adding the horrible not talented unfunny green lantern! Someone needs to tell Hollywood that Ryan Renolds(or however the f you spell his name) CAN'T ACT and he's not funny! His one liners that are in the same sarcastic tone, in every movie, regardless of his character....is stupid!!!
Wasn't boring and went by quick. Jeff Bridges was great, like him though so I'm a little bias!
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Babel was one of the worst "critically acclaimed" pieces of shit ever made. What a horrible display.

Right next to There Will be Blood.

If I want to watch Daniel Day Lewis, Ill watch Bill the Butcher, the true protagonist of Gangs of New York.
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Anchorman 2 - politically incorrect but funny as hell.

American hustle - excellent plot and cast. I was thoroughly entertained and never lost attention despite being in a front row seat in a sold out theater. Also, witty one liners.
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Captain Phillips - great movie and more suspenseful than I though it could be since I knew the outcome from when this was in the news. I watched it after I ran across an article about how a few crew members thought he was a jerk and foolishly put them in harms way. While the film puts him in a favorable light, I can see how some of them might have felt that way. 4/4 stars.
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Starvation Games, not a bad comedy, at times you could pre-empt exactly what was going to happen purely because of having watched the Hunger Games and other films that were made reference to within the film itself:



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