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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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nichodemus
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Star Trek: Into the Darkness in a couple of minutes....hopefully it's as good as the first film; I liked the mash-up of retro nostalgia with contemporary sparkling CGI.

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I went to see Frozen with my little cousins. They were singing the songs for the next week
I thought it was very predictable.... The parents die, the bad loses the good wins.

and Many more things that I can't share
~~Black~~

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Thor 2. wanted my money back... 'nuff said.

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The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug = win
Very long, but much win

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Anchorman 2. Funny movie, and a big surprise near the end. I didn't expect to see that.

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Latest movie, even if its old, saw it with my fiancee, that will be Sweeney Todd.

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I recently saw Wall-E. I always wanted to watch it and finally I did. Oh, and M-O is so freaking cute.

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Wall-E I never did see yet.

On TV just now: Ratatouille. Remains a little gem of a movie

MacII
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OK, so Thor was on here, I think instalments have been mentioned above.

As they say, if you don't have anything nice to say... 'Nuff said. Cooking up a sambal goreng in the meantime didn't come with too many regrets

Then btw, quite some time ago,

[quote=MacII]Jackson's King Kong[/quote]

I spoke none too favorably of this one (and reseeing it since hasn't improved my opinion of it), and have indeed been wondering why on earth Jackson would have wanted to make this.

Turns out though that, according to Wikipedia at least, it had been a childhood inspiration to and dream of him (and first attempting to recreate it at age 12, apparently!),* so, yes, one can see that, no doubt.

So all may be forgiven. Now just don't do it again

* There's this documentary on Jackson & pals' early work, featuring great footage on how they produced all that with no means nor money whatsoever, it's pretty hilarious, not to mention inspiring. Saw it on a BBC feature night once; I suppose it may be this, Good Taste Made Bad Taste, but can't be sure. I think what I saw touched on its follow-up, Braindead, as well. Both great movies, needless to say

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I watched the recent Hercules flick. It was awful. The lead looked disinterested, the characters were hardly developed, the sets looked very sit-com like and poorly managed, the dialogue was downright poor and cringeworthy, the visual effects themselves were second grade, and the script was positively awful. But hey, they gave the audience what they wanted, with slow-mo action scenes of big men grappling each other.

And it distorted history. I mean, it's fine and dandy since it's Hollywood, but they took it to a new low that beat 300. When Hercules shouted "Testudo formation!" and his hoplites proceeded to do so, I burst out laughing for 5 minutes.

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Well I watched the finalé of Breaking Bad recently, so good I don't know what to do with my life now that it's over.

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Sixth sense. It's awesome. It's now my favourite film. I don't think anything could be better.

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I rewatched The Heat a few days ago, still hilarious.

I watched the recent Hercules flick. It was awful.

Aren't they coming out with another one this year with The Rock as Hercules?
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Ip Man (1 and 2). Ip Man is one of my favorite film, great fights, emotion and a great story.

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Sixth sense. It's awesome. It's now my favourite film. I don't think anything could be better.

I like the soundtrack too, it goes well with the one from Basic Instinct.
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