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    Don't know if it counts, but i've seen 3 last night where i got insanely bored and turned each of them after 30mins. 13 Conversations About One Thing; Trick r Treat; Baby Mama. I might have an attention deficit these days.

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    The boy and I watched Arthur and Housesitter on Netflix last night.

    He had never seen either. I hadn't seen either in about 15 years. Arthur was way better than I remembered. I forgot what a talented actress/comedian Liza is.

    Housesitter was a little underwhelming. I remember loving it as a kid, but as I get older I hate Steve Martin.

    -Jacob.

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    The Sixth Sense.

    It was awesome.

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    Watched Gaslight (1944 with Ingrid Bergman) last night. It was fantastic! Lots of awesome thematic stuff--marrying someone you don't really know, emotional/psychological abuse vs. physical. What I especially loved is that we, as the audience, know the whole time that Charles Boyer is doing this on purpose. The suspense is not in knowing whether or not Ingrid Bergman is actually going crazy; it's in WHY he's doing what he's doing. Despite being an older movie, watching Boyer torment Bergman was actually really hard to watch at parts, more disturbing and icky than twenty of these modern "torture porn" flicks. Also, bonus points for eighteen-year-old Angela Lansbury's first screen appearance as a bitchy, slutty maid! Yes!
    "See everything as an illusion, and enjoy it even though you are not of it."
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    Thumbs up

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    I don't understand the question, and I won't respond to it.

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    The Fall

    Wonderful, wonderful movie. Imaginative, funny, heart-wrenching. Incredible cinematography and performances. Well done, Tarsem Singh, well done. Love the little girl and how she was captured as how a little girl of five years really is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darwin View Post
    Bubba Ho-tep
    We love that movie!

    The Naked Kiss by Samuel Fuller. Good flick.

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    Hot Tub Time Machine
    silly but fun, love the puking on the squirrel bit, I am easily pleased.

    We're going to Vegas in August, so I am watching films shot in Vegas -

    What Happens in Vegas
    Not as bad as I thought

    Ocean's 13
    mmm Eddie Izzard,

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    Lovely & Amazing

    It was just ok. Love me some Catherine Keener.

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    Jackie Brown-- for the first time! This movie wowed me in every aspect. Refreshingly un-Tarantino. Love Pam Grier.

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    YES. Jackie Brown is fantastic.
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    Poetic Justice. I forgot how much I loved this movie.

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    Edge of Darkness

    I can't help it. I still have a soft spot for Mel Gibson action/revenge movies. Plus this one had Ray Winstone. And Danny Huston! Not a great movie by any means but I was entertained by the various violent ends some of the characters met.

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    Cold Mountain. It didn't suck. Mostly because of Renee Zellwegger. I know her performance was just THIS SHY of scenery-chewing, but I loved it. I'm a huge, huge fan of both Nicole Kidman (Nicole is my DIVA, hello Moulin Rouge and The Hours) and Jude Law, but I feel like they were both miscast, though Jude Law held his own.

    Bonus points for amazing cameos from Eileen Atkins, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, a surprisingly adept Jack White and a fantastically raw Natalie Portman.

    My least favorite thing about it was Anthony Minghella's direction, tbh.
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    Royal Tenenbaums

    Cute. I do think I was too sleepy to appreciate it properly.

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