What was the last movie you watched?

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  1. Sentinel

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    Saw The Italian Job the other day. The Michael Caine version.

    Thanks to @Bartelby poasting that gif repeatedly.
     
  2. Firstservingman

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    Finding Dory.

    Meant to watch it last week but ironically I forgot.
     
  3. Mr.Lob

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    Given the upcoming Olympics, "Blame it on Rio" was a pretty good movie.
     
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    I think I am too old for those kinds of movies now :D

    Probably wont watch it unless it is with my little nephew or something
     
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    Oh and I have just rewatched the avengers.
     
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    Well I loved Finding Nemo as a kid and so this one was a must.

    It was really good, and the screening I went to was mostly adults. You're never too old for Disney. :D
     
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    Who didn't love Finding Nemo as a kid :D
     
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    Are you kidding? I am saving that movie for my date :D
     
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    The Conversation (1974)
     
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    Best triple feature ever. The Conversation/Blowup/Blow Out

    Flight (2012) Enjoyed more than I expected
     
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    The Big Heat - 1953. d by Fritz Lang. Glenn Ford, Gloria Grahame, Lee Marvin.
     
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    Tarzan!

    was a great movie!

    Warner movies seem to be a bit 'deeper' than their Disney/Marvel counterparts. Even Batman vs Superman was deep, but jumbled.

    Same with their animation series. the dialogue, writing, and situations go further than others, but their actual animation isn't as good IMO...

    I wonder how Warner's Jungle Book (coming next year) will compare to the one Disney released earlier this year.
     
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    Why is this Summer movies completely Waste of film so far ???????? All the big mega summer movies totally sucked. like independence day, Tarzan and ect
     
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    "Cargo 200", "Everyone Dies But Me" and "House of Fools", three Russian films.
     
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    Take a Hard Ride (1975) - interesting light western with Jim Brown and Frederick Williamson and Lee Van Cleef. One man has to transport 86000 dollars across a pretty long distance to Mexico.

    It also has a character named Chico.
     
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    Just saw Central Intelligence with The Rock. I thought it was pretty good. Much better than I thought it would be. Usually don't care for the Rocks movies where he always seems to play a cocky arrogant dude. He played a really likeable, somewhat vulnerable character, who meets up with an old high school "friend". Some clever and funny moments.
     
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    Bet he ended up getting shot by his own men. :(
     
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    ROTFLMAO !!!

    Well, he was a sweet young kid with shoulder length hair.

    But yes in all fairness, he did get abandoned by his parents. No wait, someone shot his father and Chico said he would like to shoot that man. Chico escapes in the end, but no doubt, he must have gotten shot by his cronies over that 86000 dollars after the movie ended.:D :D

    Actually, in the sequel, he becomes a member at TW gets insulted by everyone then finally banned, then joins TMF gets insulted by everyone and then banned there as well. The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Chico.
     
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    When you think you've become too old for Pixar movies you've probably become a crotchety old man. If you can't sit down and enjoy Zootopia or UP or Toy Story then I don't know what to tell you. Those movies are amazing for any age
     
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    When you think you've become too old for Pixar movies you're probably taking yourself too seriously. If you can't sit down and enjoy Zootopia or UP or Toy Story then I don't know what to tell you. Those movies are amazing for any age.
     
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    Kevin Hart kinda flipped the script this time. More straight man........................................not that there is anything wrong with yukking it up.
     
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    Kevin Hart kinda flipped the script this time. More straight man........................................not that there is anything wrong with yukking it up.
     
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    Kevin Hart kinda flipped the script this time. More straight man........................................not that there is anything wrong with yukking it up.
     
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    I just saw The Woman In Gold and I was very impressed!

    Real life stories sometimes do have happy endings. Thanks to a tremendous amount of perseverance, what really belonged to Maria Altman was returned to her and she died a happier person as a result.
     
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    There are still few good ones right? like " Finding Dori". I haven't seen it but has good review. I am waiting for someone to go together.
     
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    is that like big time Sci fi movie or big time action Thriller movie ?? those are only ones I go for
     
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    It is none of above. It is family movie, sequel of " Finding Nemo"
     
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    Ahhh,, Yuk...what fun is that ? I want something like Aliens movies with Scifi action.
     
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    Beyond a Reasonable Doubt - 1956. D by Fritz Lang. Dana Andrews, Joan Fontaine.

    Interesting movie about capital punishment wrt circumstantial evidence
     
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    "Ghostbusters" (the new one)

    Ghostbuster babes. If you love the SNL cast and laugh when somebody gets gooped, this is for you. If not.........
     
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    Point Break.

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    Star Trek Beyond.

    Go watch it.
     
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    He's #2 and moving closer to #1 30-40. I fear a huge revival of "2 vs 288" thread and many more poasts about PS85 in response to this threat.
     
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    Life of Pi in UHD.

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    I got very lucky channel surfing late Thursday night and saw The Bank Job again. It was quite worth staying awake until nearly 5am. Jason Statham is very solid in his role, Saffron Burrows is eye candy on top of being a great actress and David Suchet with hair and behind thick eyeglasses plays a nasty villain as well as he portrayed Poirot.

    It's scary that the whole story is based on fact, with dirty laundry about Princess Margaret being the trigger for the secret caper cooked up by British government spooks.
     

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