What was the last movie you watched?

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  1. v-verb

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    Agree with phnx90. Entertaining film. Not perfect but still darn enjoyable!!
     
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    Deadpool.

    Loved it.
     
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    GI Joe Retaliation

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    Jason Bourne...very disappointing. Big fan of the Bourne movies but this had nothing new really, just a bunch of recycled stuff from the previous movies and lots of unnecessary scenes. I thought since Damon and Paul Greengrass were back on the project it would be something special but it really just felt like a cash grab.

    The Revenant…excellent movie. I had heard that there were a lot of slow and tedious parts but the movie seemed to move along quickly and was very entertaining. Beautiful camerawork and scenery.
     
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    The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2015) - Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Dev Patel, Bill Nighy.

    Quite funny. Indian movies just have to have a flashy wedding with lots of dance, do they ? Wondering whether Western audiences love those dance sequences.
     
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    Central Intelligence (2016)

    It was good movie, looking forward to seeing Sausage Party and The Shallows!! :)
     
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  7. Ronaldo

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    How do you fund a flick with that title? An animated flick.
     
  8. Nostradamus

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    Was there any really good Sci fi type of movie this summer ?? it seems like they were all duds including independence day
     
  9. Ronaldo

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    Any thoughts on Star Trek, did not see it. Anyone watch Terminus?
     
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    did not see star trek, Saw the Terminus,,so so movie, kind of ok. it is another end of the world movie. I think if we don't improve and keep on this path, probably not a bad idea.....lol I give that 3.5 out of 5 stars.

    like to see Star trek... will see if my tennis buddies wants to go see it this weekend. but have a feeling we will be too busy with league matches....trying to make the playoffs............LOL
     
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    State playoffs this weekend
     
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    yea, we are trying to kick butt and win the nationals too. but I like to watch Star trek too
     
  13. Ronaldo

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    Star Trek got scratched for Suicide Squad
     
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    Batman v Superman: Dawn Of Justice [2016]
    Saw it at the flicks, first time at home.
    Really enjoyed it. I'm a sucker for these sort of movies.

    Brooklyn Nine Nine
    One of my fave sitcoms, silly, but good natured in general.
    Love all the characters issues.

    Arrested Development
     
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    The Chronicles of Narnia : The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

    My favourite series of movies along with HP!! :D
     
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    Stunning, sickening, sad. Numb for a half hour after it ended.
     
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    Suicide Squad [2016]
    I'm a massive middle aged comic book nerd.
    Quite enjoyed this. Not as epic as Batman v Superman. Solid start of a franchise, though villain was too pretty to be scary, though.
    Music usage was exceptional, loved Margot Robbie & Leto Joker was cool, plus that cameo was spot on [B.A.]
     
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    I've just seen Bourne. I wanted to really like it but the story here has been played out in the first 3 movies. I wanted something fresh. Agree with you on all parts. Based on the ending, if they do make another, it will be going forward in a new direction.
     
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    do you think we can unleash suicide squald on terrorists and destroy all of the terrorists ?
     
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    Ghayal Once Again with Sunny Deol
     
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    Do you mean drop the movie version Suicide Squad on terrorists or make a real CIA styled Trump endorsed "USA! USA! Suicide Squad USA, USA!'
    Or drop that Margot Robbie at my holiday spot for a couple of weeks or R & R?

    I think we should drop USB bombs of some of the worst movies ever in the hot spots,
    so they get scared & come to The Evil West (that's a good/bad movie name)
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    Fantastic Four - any version...
    Battlefield Earth
    House Of The Dead
    Land Of The Dead
    Leonard part 6
    Transmorphers
    Plan 9 From Outer Space
     
  22. Ronaldo

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    Where's Howard The Duck???
     
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    Howard The Duck was recently seen chillin at The Collectors Warehouse in Guardians Of The Galaxy. On second thought he was smoked feathers, I think...
     
  24. Ronaldo

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    Shirley the Warehouse must be as Cool As Ice!
     
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    Nerve, 4/10 wait for it on TBS or TNT
     
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    Cool Hand Luke
     
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    Waking Ned Devine 1998 - Interesting, touching movie about some old people in a village in Ireland (shot in the Isle of Man). Ian Bannen and David Kelly play their roles very well.

    Someone in the small village has won a lotto and these two friends try to figure out who has. Soon the entire village is in on it.
     
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    Bookmarked and hope to see it soon. Thanks.
     

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