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The Dead Pool, last of the Dirty Harry movies. Need to buy another movie boxset now :~

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InfinitusEquitas wrote:

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Ender’s game. Loved it. And if you loved the movie, you will definitely love the books.

Just stop once you read the second book, or you’ll be left with a very sour taste.

So far I’ve read:

Ender’s Game
Ender In Exile (book 1b)
Speaker for the dead

I assume you are talking about the next book, Xenocide? I just asked the wife if I’m going to regret reading it, and she said it was a good book. Definitely the next book on my list. I’ve been reading the series at the same time as the Hunger Games, and I should be done with Mockingjay tonight. Can’t wait to see Catching Fire at the movies!

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Racer wrote:
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Ender's game. Loved it. And if you loved the movie, you will definitely love the books.

Just stop once you read the second book, or you'll be left with a very sour taste.

So far I've read: Ender's Game Ender In Exile (book 1b) Speaker for the dead I assume you are talking about the next book, Xenocide? I just asked the wife if I'm going to regret reading it, and she said it was a good book. Definitely the next book on my list. I've been reading the series at the same time as the Hunger Games, and I should be done with Mockingjay tonight. Can't wait to see Catching Fire at the movies!

Xenocide was mediocre.  It's Children of the Mind that I have a problem with.  Orson even came out and said it later that the two books should have been combined into one.  The one book feels stretched out, with a bunch of contemplative self contradicting musings, and the second is fully 2/3rds a summary.

Throughout the whole two books, I think there were maybe 2-3 moments of excitement that lasted half an hour.  The rest is just lots, and lots of contemplation.

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Pacific Rim -not bad, bit silly Smile
Gravity -whoa! gorgeous film and great acting!
Ender’s Game -very nice film, we enjoyed it Smile
Machete Kills -meh, first one was better, this is too silly (and wait for the third)

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World War Z - Not bad, but not great either.  I'd rate it a 6.5/10.

The main problem I have with the movie, and I'm sure this is due to it being a book adaptation, is it glosses over so much of what is happening.  Still, I enjoyed it, and if you like the genre, you will too.

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The Wolverine

Going to watch Red 2 tonight.

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Today I saw Mad Max: Fury Road at the theater.

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I chose to watch this movie mainly because it has an unreal rating on imdb.com

It turned out to be one of the best action films I have ever seen!

If you like R-rated action flicks, check it out.   Wink

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Avengers Age of Ultron.

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In theater - Just watched Avengers - Age of Ultron a couple of nights ago. I liked the first Avengers movie better...

On DVD - watched 2103 - The Deadly Wake earlier this week. Quite honestly, one of the worst movies I've ever seen.  A Sci-Fi/Maritime movie with odd pacing, an obscure plot that was difficult to follow, and some sort of an unexplained sea-witch/ghost that made no sense. All in a futuristic setting. It was on a multi-movie set that was given to me ages ago; that's the only reason I even have the movie...


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I watched Mad Max: Fury road at movie theater, and it was great!
I was little afraid that it would be one of those sequels that collect the money away from people with the name of a good movie, but I was happy to be wrong about that. Smile
And the 3D worked really nicely on this movie. I think it might be the first 3D movie that I would choose to watch in 3D for the second time too.

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Mad Max

Pretty crazy movie!

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coolz wrote:
Mad Max

Pretty crazy movie!

Did you get a coupon code at the end of the movie? Big Smile

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In theater - Just watched Avengers - Age of Ultron a couple of nights ago. I liked the first Avengers movie better...

+1 I mean I really enjoyed it, almost tempted to go see it again, but it wasn't as good as the first.  I felt they glossed over the emergence of Vision too much, spent too much time on really vapid character development, and wanted to the action to carry the movie (which it did) but with a lot less humor/fun.

The Winter Soldier is IMO the best movie of the Marvel series so far.

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InfinitusEquitas wrote:

keltex78 wrote:

In theater - Just watched Avengers - Age of Ultron a couple of nights ago. I liked the first Avengers movie better...

+1 I mean I really enjoyed it, almost tempted to go see it again, but it wasn't as good as the first.  I felt they glossed over the emergence of [spoiler?] too much, spent too much time on really vapid character development, and wanted to the action to carry the movie (which it did) but with a lot less humor/fun.

The Winter Soldier is IMO the best movie of the Marvel series so far.

I agree about [spoiler?], but I felt like there was a lot more humorous scenarios/dialogue in Ultron. Might just be that it has been a while since I saw the first Avengers.

The hulk vs buster scene was flippin' awesome, probably my favorite scene in the movie.

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last film i was saw is fast and furious 7

good film to show new model American cars

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I watched Mad Max Fury Road on mobile.
Not as good as the original bit it was alright

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Today I saw Resident Evil: The Final Chapter.

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It seems like I've been waiting to see this film for quite a while now.

It's not as good as the other live-action Resident Evil movies, but at least it wasn't boring.

A few weeks ago I saw La La Land, and I didn't like it because most of the film was extremely slow and tedious.

Back to Resident Evil...

It's film six in the series, and if you've seen the first five, you might as well watch The Final Chapter.

I am very happy to report that in Part Six, we return to Raccoon City and The Hive!

I don't want to spoil the movie, so I'll leave it at that.  :)

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Today viewed “The Founder,” based on the beginning of MacDonalds restaurants by the MacDonald brothers and Ray Croc.

Terrific acting, great story, good pace and (interestingly) a morality play about salesmanship, greed and business.

Highly recommended. A “sleeper” winner for 2017 films.

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I watched bob the streetcat. a movie about a streetcat accompanying a former drug addict recuperating. Really nice show about how cats can bring luck and positive change in a human being. And hacksaw ridge was AWESOME!

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I watched Snowden tonight.

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T2: Trainspotting weekend just gone. Late night show but cinema was empty, 300 seats and about 20 people Sad

I enjoyed the film, the original was an iconic film for my generation and this one didn’t ruin it, good but not iconic like the original.

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