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A. Theatrical - The Hobbit. It was okay. Everything was good but I somehow wasn't impressed.I think I was a bit turned off by the way they added footage not from the book in order to turn it into another "Let's Make More Moneytm" trilogy combined with the "Let's Make Even More Moneytm" 3D so they can charge an extra $3 for admission...

B. At Home - Finally got around to renting/watching The Dark Knight Rises and wasn't very impressed. Again, it was okay, but it just didn't have enough Batman. Also, when Bane is first introduced, he seemed like he would be an extremely cool character, but somehow he didn't play out as well through the rest of the movie. Also, why did he sound like Sean Connery? I really like (and own) Batman Begins and the Dark Knight Rises but this movie was not a strong wrap-up for the trilogy and I have no plans to purchase this one.

C. At Home - They just released the final box set of the Animaniacs and my wife and I have been watching that every evening now... I wasn't expecting it to be as good as the earlier cartoons, but this set has some great stuff in it, including some new favorites I had never seen before...

Regarding the Ip Man films:

The first Donnie Yen Ip Man movie is fantastic and one of the greatest Kung Fu films I've seen. The second one wasn't nearly as good though... Gratuitous Bruce Lee cameo alert... :~


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NightCrawl wrote:

kreisler wrote:

on imdb rated low (avg. 5.5/10) yet in the Top50 of highest grossing films ever:

 

i watched the Twilight Saga at home theater cinema (whatever i mean by this hehe Wink ) and cant wait for the final installment (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2).

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kreisler wrote:

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Which notable movie did you watch last and how much did you like it? — TV screen, PC screen, cinema, movie theater, ..

 

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Argo, good flick…at movie theater

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Dien Bien Phu, a pretty good film with Donald Pleasence 1992. I was lucky enough to meet and spend time with Frenchmen who were there.

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American Mary (2012) Loved this film. :bigsmile:

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War Horse. Good movie, I think. Can’t say that about most of the movies produced nowadays.

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Old horror movie junkie here. Watched, “The Head That Wouldn’t Die”

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Watched the newest Bond flick .

Skyfall .

eh .

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The Hobbit in 3D and at 48FPS … until i watched this in was dead set against all 3D, id seen a few movies with 3D and always walked away entirely not impressed.

The Hobbit changed all that … quite simply if you havent seen the High Frame Rate version in 3D … go and do so … the clearest and best 3D ive ever seen by a long way.

The movie itself aint too bad either (i havent read the book … but i did read LOTR and was a fan of that)

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Richie086 wrote:
Old horror movie junkie here. Watched, "The Head That Wouldn't Die"

Hey Richie, I never saw that one. How was it?

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“A Serbian Movie” and ill never ever be the same unfortunately.

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Ip Man movie is fantastic and one of the greatest Kung Fu films I've seen. The second one wasn't nearly as good though...

 

I agree ...  IP Man    is the best kung fu movie ever made... A beautiful movie ...

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Last movie I watched was “Shooters”, a UK film from 2002 that I just felt like dusting off and watching again. Still works as a gritty crime drama. One of my old faves.

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“A Serbian Movie” and ill never ever be the same unfortunately.
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Have you seen Martyrs (2008)?

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Smiley. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2025667/

Saw its 3.3 rating on imdb and thought I’d give it a shot. Watched a half-hour, then fast-forwarded through the rest.

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kreisler wrote:
Which notable movie did you watch last and how much did you like it?

Whatever is notable or not is determined by the audience. Just like it is with wine, there isn’t “the best”; and surely the pricetag doesn’t tell you anything at all about if you will actually like it. And that’s where the term “notable” comes into play, again; while it is nice to see one of your favourite films on a list some hack cobbled together for either an online blog or a fancy paper with a terrific reputation, yet, that list has little or no relevance, at all. Notable, well, either the critics can prove their point, or it is worthless to me – you, me, we all have to appreciate any given thing and judge on our own whether or not something is notable. Tastes do differ – thank the Good Lord they do!; otherwise, this world yould be boring (or ruled by communists).

For me, the last film I thought to be quite “notable” clearly was Gabe Torres’ “Brake”, 2012, starring Stephen Dorff and even Tom Berenger. A refreshingly different take at “Saw” with its claustrophobic trappedness of the protagonist, with some traumatic 9/11-ish terrorism and conspiracy theory mixed in.

Probably neither the best plot in the word, nor the best acting, but who cares – I found it quite thrilling. Was good enough to entertain a bloke like me who usually loves to devour the works of Guy Ritchie, Jim Jarmusch, Andrei Tarkovsky, Monte Hellman, Michelangelo Antonioni and Aki Kaurismäki.

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Halo 4, Forward Unto Dawn. Pretty decent. Next one needs to get a bigger budget from the game sales.

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Does this count?

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Chloe wrote:
Blinders wrote:
“A Serbian Movie” and ill never ever be the same unfortunately.
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Have you seen Martyrs (2008)?

Had never heard of it till you mentioned it. Downloaded.

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