What was the last movie you watched?

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  1. BlackSilver

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    Watched the first Iron Man. Good first half, bad second half. As nearly all super-heroes movies, useless waste of time.
     
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    The scene of Dundee hypnotizing the cow should have give it a best movie oscar.
     
  3. Midaso240

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    Freeloaders (2011) Throwaway movie but filled a little time...
     
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    Could this be true ?? Luke Skywalker is now EVIL ?????????????????? Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh........................

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    This is the one that seems to be getting the most traction. The logic goes that J.J. Abrams can’t show us Luke Skywalker because if he does he’ll look less like we remember him, and more like his father, or possibly even Kylo Ren. While not everybody hereascribes to the theory, it is one possibility. Luke has been fighting against the Dark Side his entire life and after 30 years it’s certainly possible that he lost the struggle somewhere along the way and headed down that path.
     
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    A boy and his dinosaur :) The girl I was with wanted to see it. It's no Aladdin, but it was entertaining.
     
  6. Ronaldo

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    Yes, seems familiar though.
     
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    Anyone here seen the new Hunger Games?
    What's it like?

    Seeing it in like 4hrs.
     
  8. Ronaldo

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    Too much yackity yack.
     
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    Luke Skywalker on team darkside. I will have to see it to believe it.

    I remember the kotor games, I would stray a little and punish some helpless victims, but deep down, my intentions were good. Never turn. :p
     
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    Herz aus Glas (1976) - d by Herzog. (aka Heart of Glass).

    Interesting.
     
  11. BlackSilver

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    Watched Gremlins. Found average, quite silly with some mildly funny scenes. Not worth watch it.
     
  12. Midaso240

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    Oh yeah,that one has been on my watchlist for a while,will get to it eventually

    Meantime (1984)
    Gritty Mike Leigh film about unemployment in 1980's Britain
     
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    Why do you want a spoiler?
    Just wait with anxiety and enjoy the movie with thrill :p
     
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    The Lives of Others
     
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    Short Cuts
     
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    Saw Trumbo. Normally, I don't care much for bio-flicks, but this one was nicely done, with a wide range of perspectives.
     
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    First Blood.
     
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    Blade Runner (1982) Final Cut blu-ray
    One of my all time favourites.
     
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    can you tell me how president snow dies in Mockingjay ?
     
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    Hunger Games Mockingjay Part 2.
    It was okay.

    Spoiler alert:
    Kinda bashed up/torn apart by the looks of things.
    Not made especially clear though.

    My sister says it's different in the books.
     
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    He melts, oooooops, that was The Wiz!
     
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    Creed was fantastic. I saw it four days ago and I'm still pumped up after seeing it.
     
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    Buzzard (2014) - Decent picture
     
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    K-PAX (2001)

    Really amazing movie. Makes you think. A lot.

    Of course, it's even better when Kevin Spacey is one of your favorite actors. I admit I'm biased towards him, but hey - who can blame me? He is one of the greatest actors ever any way you slice it ;)
     
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    I am in the middle of watching Russian Ark (2002) suggested once by @Mike Bulgakov . Very different and very interesting, too.
     
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    Bonnie and Clyde (1967). Not as good as I remembered. Better than Natural Born Killers,but not as good as Badlands
     
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    "Brooklyn"

    Currently in theatres, story of a young Irish girl emigrating to America. Nothing here you haven't seen before in other films but has a sweetness and charm, and the acting is generally superb.
     
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    Gosh, I can't wait, going to see it with a friend next week, I haven't heard a single bad thing. AND I'm a Rocky nut, I can't imagine.
     
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    The Life Of David Gale (2003)

    Very good. Spacey was, once again, brilliant.
     
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    Taxi Blues, a film directed by Pavel Lungin, for which he won the Cannes award for best director.
     
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    Centre Stage, San Andreas and Black Swan!
     
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    thanks for mentioning this. its on tcm tonight, am recording
     
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    Watched Ice age 2. Good
     
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    Aguirre, the Wrath of God - Werner Herzog.
     
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    Bande a part (Jean Luc Goddard).
     
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    Due for a rewatch,haven't seen it in a long,long time. All I seem to remember is finding it hilarious that guy who kept blowing away on that flute thing

    Bad Timing (1980)
     
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    Strange, I did not find it hilarious. It was quite nice. Very interesting multi-flute. I did find that native ladies hanging "socks" a bit odd though.
     
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    Creed, though reviews are great for this film, I just find it a bit lacking for Rocky 7! For me Rocky 4 is the best. They've worked to death the Rocky series thus far unless they came up with a better idea!;)

    I wonder, will there be room for First Blood Part 5?:cool:
     
  39. Ronaldo

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    Help Him Ronda?
     
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    Once Rhonda hit the canvas, she's no longer qualified [as much as it was before]...
     
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    Saw Bridge of Spies last night. Classy film. Great performance from the legend Hanks, and fantastic production all-round.
     
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    Wargames (1983) Enjoyed it a bit more than I expected
     
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    Justice League: Gods and Monsters.
     
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    I just finished watching Martian. It was very good
     
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    do you now if KyloRen is a Jedi master ?? and he fights that black dude with blue light saber and it seems like they are close in fighting... but that good guy ,,isn't he new to jedi sword fighting ? he is supposed to be not that good yet,, right ?
     
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    Sure looks like a Master to me.
     
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    Has anyone watched the new Star Wars yet ??? like in premier or something like that ?? I can't wait,, this is driving me insane..
     
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    No press screening for The Force Awakens. They don't want any spoilers. The world premiere is on Monday in LA and on Tuesday in London, so until then...
     
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    Straight Outta Compton (2015)

    Pretty dope. I love N.W.A.
     

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