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    Rust and Bone
    It's a french film I watched last night that was beautiful, heart wrenching, and lastly truly inspiring. I would recommend it to anyone mature enough to watch it.
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    The last move I saw was Byzantium

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    Colombiana starring Zoe Saldana.

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    Saw Frozen the other day. Loved it. I've always been a huge fan of Disney and Frozen was no exception.
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    I just saw Saving Mr. Banks. It was incredible.
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    Days of Heaven - Definitely something special. I don't know what it is about Terrance Malick as a director, but something baout his style resonates with me.

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    Saw Hunger Games 2 a couple of days ago, although it was the day Paul Walker died and I literally found out right before the movie which left me bummed so I didn't enjoy it much ...
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    Don Jon

    Joseph Gordon-Levitt has become one of my fave actors after I've watched several of his movies... and I didn't know he directed (also wrote) this film as well so its cool... it got many good reviews from critics... I mean I don't really care about what critics say about a movie as long as I enjoy it... its just that Im curious b/c its his first directing gig... and its quite funny and romantic as a romantic comedy movie... I think its the second best comedy film I saw after The Family, but then again I don't watch comedy too much...
    About the movie... it's quite real I guess... its funny but also deep... I really liked Tony Danza's and Scarlett Johansson's characters, especially Barbara's accent... so yeah... a surprisingly refreshing movie to watch...
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    Transformers: The Move - The 1986 animation, which I think is miles better than the recent reboot simply for the amount of stuff you can get away with whilst animating that would look ridiculous with the more realistic approach of the Bay films.

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    Catching Fire.

    Jennifer Lawrence is one of most spectacular and scintillating stars in contemporary cinema. She made Katniss likeable, which is no mean feat considering how monotone the character was in the books.


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    Saving Mr Banks - Really nice film, one it's hard not to like.

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    Catching Fire! I went with my junior high school to see the first Hunger Games movie and I thought i'd go see the sequel, as i've read all the books. It was pretty good! The funny thing is that I was in the same theater room as couple girls I know at school, and it was the emotional ones. T_T Seriously, almost every scene you could hear them crying. The ending was such a cliff-hanger though! Just like Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, but more "emotional".


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    Toy Story 3
    Love this movie, even though the ending is painful to watch.

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    I know a lot of people didn't like this, but I really don't see anything that makes it hated as much as it actually is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ansem the wise View Post
    Toy Story 3
    Love this movie, even though the ending is painful to watch.

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    I know a lot of people didn't like this, but I really don't see anything that makes it hated as much as it actually is.
    Believe, I still didn't watched Toy Story 3. I am yet to watch this one. People talk about it. But dear, I never expected less from Pixar movies.

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    My Neighbor Tortoro
    I got this movie on sale off of Amazon and watched it with my girlfriend the other night. It was really good! The characters were fun and creative, and the story was great as well. Miyazaki is truly an animation genius.
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    World War Z.

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    X-Men: The Last Stand

    Well, I can see why some people hate it, and how a lot of X-Men fans were angered by it, and I can see how much X-Men fans appreciate Matthew Vaughn for redeeming the franchise with X-Men: First Class five years later, but I don't think it's terrible, more mediocre than anything. Better than X-Men Origins: Wolverine, though. (I still haven't seen The Wolverine yet.) So, I just need to see The Wolverine and then I'm all caught up and prepped for X-Men: Days of Future Past next May.
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    Man on a Ledge
    I thought this was going to be dumb, but I was pleasantly surprised. Had a nice ending, and a typical figure-out-what-the-heck-is-going-on-yourself theme that I liked.
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