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Salvidian
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What was the last movie you watched and what did you think about it?

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The Grand Budapest Hotel. It's a mad picaresque centred on a flamboyant hotel concierge, his lobby boy protege, and a stolen painting. I really enjoyed it.

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The interview - I'm thinking, straight up media propaganda.

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Nebraska

It was surprisingly good even though it is all in black and white. Would recommend.

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Quarantine 2
Wasn't really that great, but was a lot better than expected.

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The anime classic Akira. If you can handle the relentlessness of the violence, action, and weirdness (I actually liked how none-stop it was), you'll thoroughly enjoy it, especially the art and cinematography.

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Pineapple Express. Hilarious. I couldn't stop laughing the whole time.

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I just came back from watching Into The Woods. It was so bad, it was hilarious.

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I've watched at least one movie every day since mid-November. Today I watched The Hungover Games and The Starving Games (hunger games parodies). The first one was pretty good considering itis a parody movie. The latter was a waste of time.

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I just watched American Sniper. It was amazing. Good story telling of a legendary soldier.

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Gosh, I'd say the last movie I watched was Scary Movie. It was hysterical.

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I just saw the third Hobbit movie recently. Bit too long, has some fun moments and epic views, but having read the book, I spent most of the time mentally ranting about all those unnecessary Hollywoodian adaptations.

I just watched American Sniper. It was amazing. Good story telling of a legendary soldier.

@SirLegendary Haven't seen the movie myself, but I have just read an interesting critique, I can only recommend it to you. It appears the movie has more depth than I judged from the feedback of other people who'd seen it.
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@HahiHa If you've watched it, a critical thinker would have seen what was said in the article. Though it isn't obvious that evil lay within the character (because of course the movie would try to avoid it as much as possible), you can actually tell. *SPOILERS AHEAD*

He was a drunk.
He tried to kill his dog.
He didn't want to be sniping in a point in the movie, he wanted to lead teams and be on the front lines even though he was better off a sniper.

Just my point. But, nevertheless, a great movie.

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Latest movie I watched is ,,Ocean's eleven"...

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50/50

Sad movie. It was really nice.

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Just watched ,,Jobs" - film about Steve Jobs

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