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 Post subject: Re: Last Movie Watched
PostPosted: March 16th, 2012, 9:54 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Last Movie Watched
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Good stuff :peace: :yay:

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 Post subject: Re: Last Movie Watched
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Good stuff :peace: :yay:

I agree with you, it was great!
The last movie I watched in the cinema was Hunger Games! It's getting popular and it's no surprise - it's really awesome!

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It's Easter Sunday so of course I watched this like I do every year. Have this on DVD now because it's way too long on ABC with all the commercial time they add.

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Watched Safe House with Denzel this weekend. Entertaining movie

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Good stuff :peace: :yay:

I have to watch that and Thor before the Avengers come out.

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Took in Moneyball again, even better a 2nd time.
GOOD MOVIE ! :yay: :yay: :yay:

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Documentary on the recording of the Mermaid Avenue records where Billy Bragg and Wilco set previously unrecorded songs by Woody Guthrie to music.

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I was on the fence about seeing this but after reading a few good reviews as well as hearing an interview with the Farrelly brothers on Fresh Air recently I decided to give it a shot. It stands up remarkably well despite the legendary status it has to live up to. If you were never a fan of The Three Stooges, I don't think this film will make you one as their unique brand of slapstick humor is still at the center of it. Yes, it does have a plot (as it were) but it's still quintessentially Stooges.

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Decent flick :yay:

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I really enjoyed this and thought it was very well done. If you've read anything about this documentary at all then you already know it doesn't gloss over Marley's story and paints a very honest picture of who he was as a husband and father. It's been a very long time since I last read Timothy White's book Catch A Fire so it was refreshing to watch a documentary that doesn't just focus on the popular image of Marley as some sort of spokesman for ganja. Yes, that side of his lifestyle is included in the movie but it's far from the main focus. I came away from the film feeling very inspired but also somewhat saddened. Not just because Marley died so young but because of some of the realities of how he raised (or more accurately didn't raise) his family. This is a must see for any fan of Bob Marley's and reggae music. Here's a link to a list of theatres currently showing the movie. There's also info there on how you can watch it right away via a variety of different media.

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I saw the Avengers the other day too. I thought it was good but not as great as everyone else seemed to think

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Air M'Ville Cap'n wrote:
I saw the Avengers the other day too. I thought it was good but not as great as everyone else seemed to think


I saw the end of it by accident the week before (long story) so it was sort of anticlimactic to me but I still wanted to see it in it's entirety. I think it's biggest strength was that it was so well orchestrated given that it could have been an absolute trainwreck since there were so many characters vying for the viewers' attention. As comic book movies go I thought it was very well done.

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Very well done documentary from PBS' American Masters series about Carson's unprecedented three decade reign as the kind of late night television. For those that may have missed it, you can watch it online here.

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