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Shall we dance ..japanese


Purple noon   (french i think )   it’s the original  “talented mr. ripley “..Nice flick


 Spymaker: The Secret Life of Ian Fleming…. the James Bond movie most people have never seen ..Worth a watch if you love J.Bond movies


He had a house on a private island off Tobago.

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Just watched Silver Linings Playbook and what can I say?

I loooooooooooooooove Jennifer Lawrence. She´s unbelievable pretty. And the movie was also great. Wide range from sad to funny.
Loved it.

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I watched Hansel And Gretel: Witch Hunters last night. Mindless fun.
Gretel (Gemma Arterton) is a mega babe.

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Watched and reviewed Star Trek Into Darkness several days ago. Was pretty darn good…

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I just got home after watching Sir Paul McCartney perform for three hours straight live at the Orlando Arena .

I knew I would enjoy the show , but I did not imagine how moving it would be to see Paul singing .

I am of the generation that was raised on The Beatles , and I was spellbound . I , along with 20,000 others sang along with Paul McCartney !

 

It was an awesome performance by a living legend . If you get a chance to see him perform , by any and all means GO !

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Transformers
Just like the simple-minded cool powerful autobots, no interested in the human
and I’m downloading “The Secret in Their Eyes”

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I really enjoyed Oblivion (2013).

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Has anyone seen Perfect Sense (2011)?

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Last night I [finally] watched the last disc of season 8 of Weeds, including the finale. Gotta say, it really sucked. Woke up today very disappointed and let down. Left with the feeling the show was cancelled half way into writing the 8th season. Had a feel of “OK how are we going to wrap this up?… Let’s make this quick!”. Sad Sopranos, Lost, now this… ugh

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The last I watched was Oblivion.  Before that I saw Ironman 3 in the theater.

Oblivion was better than I expected.  Ironman was highly entertaining but had tons of holes in the plot, pointless sub-plots, and a stupid ending.

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I saw Warm Bodies last night, a different take on a zombie apocalypse.

Hadn’t heard anything about it, so I didn’t have any expectations but I really enjoyed it, a good mix of action and humor.

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About six years ago, I saw Halloween (2007) at the theatre.  It was a reasonably good horror flick, but it's not for the squeamish.


On Monday, I (finally) saw Halloween II (2009) on my laptop.  The movie was absolutely horrible, even though my laptop is awesome.  Halloween II is one of the worst movies I've ever seen.  Avoid at all costs, even if you liked the 2007 prequel.

 

On Tuesday, I saw Gravity (2013) at the theatre.

gravity

Thank goodness Gravity was a great movie.  (By the way, it's not a horror film.)  I had almost lost hope for humanity after watching Halloween II the previous evening.  Gravity was amazingly good.  I'm not a big fan of Clooney, but he did a superb job, as did Sandra Bullock.

I don't care who you are, or what type of movies you like...

You need to see Gravity.   8)

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The Iceman

Good movie Wink

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I want to see Gravity! I saw The Europa Report. Really good sci-fi. ^^

raccoon city wrote:
On Monday, I (finally) saw Halloween II (2009)>

It is awful, isn’t it? The first remake I could almost forgive. The originals were much better!

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raccoon city wrote:
On Monday, I (finally) saw Halloween II (2009)
Chloe wrote:
It is awful, isn't it? The first remake I could almost forgive. The originals were much better!

Yeah, the original Halloween movies are classics.  I love John Carpenter's music, which Rob Zombie abandoned for no good reason.  I mean, you buy the rights to make new Halloween movies, and you ditch the music?   Oops  What was he thinking?

Plus I like just about everything about Michael Myers.  I think his mask is totally awesome.   Evil  I would love to get a Michael Myers mask to wear for Halloween, but my head is so huge that almost no mask will fit.  Instead I wear a Friday the Thirteenth hockey mask because a hockey mask will fit.

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Last night I watched The Conjuring.

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Saw ‘Rush’ Sunday night. Really good movie, and it’s not centered on Chris Hemsworth. Any narration in the film is from Nikki Lauda’s point of view and it’s more about their on-track rivalry and what happened therein. Really good film even if you’re not into cars or racing.

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Days off and bad weather so:

Last night:
- Night Train to Lisbon

- Chasing Ice

Tonight:
- Perfect Sense (as posted by Chloe).

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Beware of Mr. Baker. It's a documentary on Cream's drummer, Ginger Baker. (considered by many to be the best rock drummer in history) I thought it was amazing

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Or was he Baker Gurvitz Army’s drummer? Wink

Love that guy!

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Hilarious politically colored movie with fantastic aesthetics and camera.

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Toaster79 wrote:
Or was he Baker Gurvitz Army's drummer? Wink Love that guy!

Yep, same guy Smile

 

See the trailer

http://youtu.be/wqrigN8jxj8

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makapuu wrote:
Last night I watched The Conjuring.

This was scary! I really liked it.

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insidious 2

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