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    Quote Originally Posted by Shneak View Post
    Texas Chainsaw 3D. The worst horror movie I've ever seen. It might be the worst film I've seen if it wasn't for Adam Sandler existing.
    That's hilarious. Sandler hasn't had good work in years, it's a shame since some movies like 50 First Dates were good.

    I saw Baseketball by the creators of South Park. Personally I think it's funny (not everyone has the same comedic tastes as moi)

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    It was Pacific Rim I believe. It was wonderful. Nothing much to say... 9/10.
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    You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger

    One of the newer films by Woody Allen. I've seen some of his films and this was probably fourth or fifth I've seen so I still have plenty to watch if I want to see more of them since he makes a new film every year. But anyway, this one was pretty good. The characters were a bit simple but I liked them at least a little. I was amused all the time I watched this but I didn't really laugh aloud but in one scene in which elderly man played by Anthony Hopkins was hanging in a night club. I don't really like films whose ending is left open and in this film that happened but maybe it was a good solution. Also most of the characters were left unhappy which was not that good either. But I enjoyed the film and especially its music, it suited with the scenes so well. And to my surprise, there were less deaths in this film I had excepted there to be!

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    Only God Forgives last night and Turbo: A Power Rangers Movie this morning.

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    Meet The Feebles, for probably the hundredth time. Such a fantastic film.


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    This is the end. I thought it was the best Franco/Rogen movie hands down, 8.5/10. *This rating was made under sober conditions*

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    The movie I last saw was the rocketeer, a awesome film about this guy who finds a jet pack and becomes a super hero, great film


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    White Chicks. It was okay. A few parts had me laughing, but the plot wasn't really too complicated. The main thing it has going for it is its humor. 7/10
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    The King's Speech. for like the dozenth time. If you do not know this film, LOOK IT UP.
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    The Wolverine. It was much better than Origins, but I think everyone involved hyped it up to be more than it was. It was still the best superhero movie of the summer though. 7.5/10
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    Watched some anime movie called Akira at my friend's house. It was all right, can't say I liked it all that much, but both my friends insisted it was because I hadn't read the manga and the storyline was just confusing, that's all. So 5/10.

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    Monsters University, and I really enjoyed it. It was sort of predictable, but the quality, comedy and entertainment was awesome. I went to watch it because I remember years ago watching Monsters, Inc. and how much I liked it.

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    The Collector and The Collection. 8/10 Pretty damn good. And VHS 2. The beginning is weird so skip that part if you watch it.7/10
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    Mystery Men

    Very funny movie. "Is it a perfect plan?..........No! But i think that's what I like about it." XD
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    I just saw a commentary of the Manaphy movie while I was watching it and I never realized how boring the movie is.

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    Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa one of the best comedies I've seen in years.

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    Just watched two documentaries.

    Searching for Sugarman: Loved this. It was really touching, every single person interviewed was interesting, and the guy played great music. 8/10

    Then tonight I watched Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Which was decent but not as great as everyone says it is. I started getting bored after a while. 5/10

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    Man of Steel. It was epic. 9/10.
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    Watching Princess Bride.

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    I just got back from seeing The Conjuring. It was nowhere near as frightening as I had heard it to be, especially as the trailer spoiled most of the shocks. I wasn't expecting Catholicism to be featured to the degree it was. Despite not exactly being astounding, it's certainly worth watching.

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    The Conjuring

    I'm a plot kind of guy so this movie didn't really entertain me. The scares weren't scary and the suspense was easily seen coming. Probably the last horror movie I see. Unless it's Jason. Jason rocks my socks off.

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    Life of Pi

    I have to admit, the story's nice. I found quite tragic and awesome and really nice message to it too. Great movie...

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    Just saw Dirty Harry for the first time yesterday. It was great. Some of it was disturbing but not much of it. The only part I strongly disliked was the scene with all the kids singing in the school bus. It was too unrealistic and, honestly, dumb. But overall I quite liked it. 7/10

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    Wow mate!! youre about 20 years late here :/

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    I am. Going to probably see Bullitt tonight.

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