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    Quote Originally Posted by CDeacMan View Post
    I actually liked it ok. It was a little too long. I was kinda drunk though.
    Meh for me it basically that. It was decent but I'm glad I didn't see it in theaters and doubt I'd ever watch it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeacHawk View Post
    Meh for me it basically that. It was decent but I'm glad I didn't see it in theaters and doubt I'd ever watch it again.
    Anchorman 2 needed an editor. All that stuff with blindness and the lighthouse and the shark wasn't funny at all and killed the rhythm of the movie. They could have gotten "Mr. and Mrs. Burgundy" back to together without that long, silly segway.

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    I have enjoyed watching "The World's End" on HBO. At least the first 2/3. I admit the "blanks" plot gets a little tiresome but the writing during the first half of the movie is hilarious. Maybe I identify with the Gary King character. LOL

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    Just watched Wolf of Wall Street. It was good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brangus View Post
    Anchorman 2 needed an editor. All that stuff with blindness and the lighthouse and the shark wasn't funny at all and killed the rhythm of the movie. They could have gotten "Mr. and Mrs. Burgundy" back to together without that long, silly segway.
    GW agrees


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    Frank



    Really weird but extremely funny in a dark and dry way in parts. Falls apart in the end IMO, but worth it just for a great Fassbender performance in which he wears a huge fake head.

    The Signal



    Another indie Sci-Fi movie. Not as low budget as Coherence but still relatively low. Has some nice set pieces though and is decently interesting if not a little crowded with ideas. Again, worth the watch IMO.

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    Has anyone seen the Immigrant? Great reviews, great cast, no one really went to see it though.

    Not sure if it is on iTunes/VOD yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    I mean it's good. Really good. But wow.
    The turkeys townie.

    The turkeys.

    Sean penn pretty much filmed a top 10 scene of all time with those damn turkeys.

    Plus it's jack's best performance
    Last edited by marquee moon; 09-19-2014 at 03:21 PM.

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    And while we are talking movies.

    IMO the opening scene of The Godfather is the best of all time.


    So much packed in those 5 minutes.

    Imagine seeing it got the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brangus View Post
    I have enjoyed watching "The World's End" on HBO. At least the first 2/3. I admit the "blanks" plot gets a little tiresome but the writing during the first half of the movie is hilarious. Maybe I identify with the Gary King character. LOL
    I loved this one. It reminded me of This is the End in a lot of ways, but I appreciated its sincerity.
    We're going to be good again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTwinAndreBen View Post
    Has anyone seen the Immigrant? Great reviews, great cast, no one really went to see it though.

    Not sure if it is on iTunes/VOD yet.

    Yes, it's one of the best of the year. Not for all tastes though, it's an old school melodrama. It's streaming on Netflix.

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    I saw The Drop last night. Tom Hardy was quite good. Noomi Rapace was also very good. James Gandolfini was a Tony Soprano wannabe. It was a good story and was filmed well, but it was very slow.

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    Finally saw the Dutch film "Borgman" and what in the actual fuck did I just watch? I can't tell you what the film is about, because there are no answers - only questions, but it's an enthralling film. I'd love to hear Townie's or WakeFanatic's take on it.
    Draxx them sklounst

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    Just saw "If I Stay" tonight. Not good and mostly as depressing as you would think a movie prominently featuring a coma would be.

    Being a parent makes me so damn sappy though. Will tear up at just about anything. Ugh. Used to only get affected like that if I was watching something legitimately good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhDeac View Post
    Just saw There's Something About Mary for the first time in years. An American classic.
    Matt Dillon deserved hardware

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    "Hey you with the chompers"
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    Matt Dillon deserved hardware

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    I watched Grudge Match last night because it had been recorded and I didn't want to think.

    So many references to the Rocky movies and I made the horrible discovery that my GF has not seen a single Rocky movie.
    Hungry

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