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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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MikaCinc
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I watched ,,The lord of the rings - The return of a king"!!!!
I watched this film 1000000 times!
The lord of the rings is the best trillogy!

MacII
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Shepherd

I was just gonna post this, but Fiends beat me to it: Philip Seymour Hoffman found dead.

RIP, indeed. Great actor.

Jacen96
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The Great Gatsby (2013)

now thanks to a friend at school I have an urge to call everyone "old sport"

~~~Darth Caedus

MacII
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Shepherd

OK, so I got to see The Hobbit pt. 1, was invited over at a friend's place to watch it on pay TV.

Should only really comment after rewatching it minus the chatter inbetween, I guess, but, overall well-done and entertaining, I suppose, and far from a disappointment. I'm really not so sure about stretching this what is after all really a children's novella to a full-blown movie trilogy, but... One does seriously have to wonder what do all those spurious additions really have to add. (And may I really recommend reading the book, or to reread it if you already have. Not for pointless comparison as to which is better, but it is just such fun, and an easy and catchy read.)

On a sidenote, those involved CGI mass action scenes do become a bit demanding & hence tedious in general, I feel, but oh well. Must be falling behind the times Don't you just love how (e.g.) the original Star Wars was actually made by hand, still? Not to mention the original Kong and the likes, even; Jason and the Argonauts and all such icons, they really do stand out still for what they accomplished in terms of techniques and within their given limitations. The modern Aardvark Animations, for that matter, etc.; oh, just the sheer artisanship of it.

CherryCoke360
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Nomad

Fingerprints, which i am watching for the second time right now. the acting is so bad, but something made me want to watch the movie again. ahaha

Charlie506
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Nomad

dat new hobbit movie

GhostOfMatrix
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Labor Day, I highly recommend it. I didn't expect such a great performance from Josh Brolin in this type of film.

Ernie15
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50 First Dates. I've seen it several times, but it seems like every time I watch it, I forget everything that happened in the movie the next day.

GandalftheGrey666
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I watched Final Destination 2. It was freaking hilarious. I know it was supposed to be a horror movie, but this doesn't fall into that category.

MacII
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Shepherd

but this doesn't fall into that category.


Niether did the other pts. 1 thru 5, LOL.

Mildly entertaining though for lack of anything else on the telly, if I recall. Albeit a bit much of a muchness, between the lot.
CherryCoke360
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Nomad

I watched Robocop.. so much action, not much else.. xp

MacII
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Shepherd

I watched Robocop..


You seen the original? Not at all bad for what it is. It's withstood plenty a re-see by me
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The other night I watched "Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves" for the first time since it came out. The first time I saw it, I thought the effects were cool despite the thin, cliché-filled storyline, but this time all I saw were anachronisms.

pangtongshu
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I know it was supposed to be a horror movie, but this doesn't fall into that category.


It's gore porn
Charlie506
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Nomad

Ahem..

Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.

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