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Tom Stormcrowe 09-29-11 07:10 PM

Contagion

5 stars......great flick!

BarracksSi 09-30-11 06:44 AM

Moneyball - 5/5, or 9/10. Better than I expected, and I was already expecting it to be good.

ooga-booga 10-05-11 08:25 PM

finally finished the remainder of the espn "30 for 30" short films:

the u (the rise and fall of miami university football)-8

winning time: reggie miller vs. the new york knicks-7.5

jordan rides the bus (mj's minor league baseball stint)-8.5

little big men (kirkland, wa 1982 little league world series champion)-8

one night in vegas (mike tyson's victory/tupac shakur's shooting)-7.5

unmatched (evert/navratilova rivalry/friendship)-9

the house of steinbrenner (george's final days and legacy)-7

into the wind (terry fox's run for cancer across canada)-9/9.5

tim richmond: to the limit (hard living/hard driving nascar driver)-7.5

fernando nation-(fernandomania in the early 80's)-8.5

marion jones: press pause (rise/fall of greatest female sprinter)-8.5

can't wait for the next group of films to be released in the dvd format in a box set. will definitely pick up.

ooga-booga 10-05-11 10:41 PM

hustle & flow-8.5

ooga-booga 10-05-11 10:47 PM

two nights of classic movies:

butch cassidy & the sundance kid-9

the sting-9.5

chinatown-9/9.5

manhattan-9.5

midschool22 10-06-11 12:58 AM

Moneyball = 9/10. Love baseball and it did not disappoint.

Bridesmaids = 1/10. The wife made me watch this. It is 132 minutes of my life I will never get back.

midschool22 10-06-11 01:03 AM

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Originally Posted by ooga-booga (Post 13325041)
finally finished the remainder of the espn "30 for 30" short films:

I counted 28 of 30. What about The Birth of Big Air with Mat Hoffman? I gave that a 10/10. I grew up riding in that era and it was summed up perfectly.

ooga-booga 10-06-11 10:18 PM

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Originally Posted by midschool22 (Post 13325865)
I counted 28 of 30. What about The Birth of Big Air with Mat Hoffman? I gave that a 10/10. I grew up riding in that era and it was summed up perfectly.



haha yes. i missed listing two espn films. my way bad:

the birth of big air (inventing and pushing the envelope of bmx)-8.5/9

the two escobars (columbian national team "narco-soccer" and the patronage of pablo escobar)-9.5

ooga-booga 10-06-11 10:20 PM

shakespeare in love-8.5/9

ooga-booga 10-11-11 02:48 PM

jfk with kevin costner-9.

trsidn 10-11-11 03:17 PM

Inception - 4/10

W.T. F.

wabbit 10-11-11 09:06 PM

Blue valentine: 7/10

colorider 10-25-11 03:34 PM

Zookeeper - 5/10 good for a couple chuckles and well Rosario Dawson

caloso 10-25-11 04:36 PM

Mr. Popper's Penguins. 2/10.

ooga-booga 10-27-11 03:17 AM

a few lately:

zoolander (guilty pleasure)-8

anchorman-9

hannah and her sisters-9

the big red one-8

ooga-booga 10-27-11 03:58 AM

also some revised ratings:

once upon a time in the west-originally gave it an 8. upgrading to 9.

red dragon-originally gave it a 7. upgrading to 7.5/8.

lotek 10-27-11 12:49 PM

Caddilac Records 8.5
love the story line, love the songs
very underrated movie atmo

ooga-booga 10-27-11 10:06 PM

bonnie & clyde-1967. a 9. faye dunaway back in the day...wow.

Simon Cowbell 11-01-11 09:19 AM

Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams gets a 5 from me. I can't stand 3D movies and IMO Herzog totally chunked the ending with that albino crocodile bit.

bigbossman 11-10-11 02:34 PM

Harold and Kumar - the Christmas movie. 3/5

First - I hate the current "everything in 3D" fad, and wish it would die off. Second - if you thought the first one was funny, you'll likely be amused by this one. Third - while it is not necessary to have seen the first one, it would help a great deal to have viewed it before seeing this one (skip the second one, it was a horrible mess).

This third one was actually pretty funny. Fairly slow to start off, but once it got rolling hi-jinks ensued and it was good for more than a few solid sophomoric laughs. Also, this was actually the first time I really enjoyed the 3D - they used it to pretty good comedic effect.

Is it Shakespeare? No. Is it suitable for children? >GAACK< NO! Is it a date movie? Not very likely, unless you've scored a singularly unusual woman. But it is surprisingly funny...... or maybe not, depending on your tastes. :)

I liked it - maybe that says more than I want to reveal about me. :D

himespau 11-10-11 03:05 PM

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Originally Posted by bigbossman (Post 13478105)
Harold and Kumar - the Christmas movie. 3/5

First - I hate the current "everything in 3D" fad, and wish it would die off. Second - if you thought the first one was funny, you'll likely be amused by this one. Third - while it is not necessary to have seen the first one, it would help a great deal to have viewed before seeing this one (skip the second one, it was a horrible mess).

This third one was actually pretty funny. Fairly slow to start off, but once it got rolling hi-jinks ensued and it was good for more than a few solid sophomoric laughs. Also, this was actually the first time I really enjoyed the 3D - they used it to pretty good comedic effect.

Is it Shakespeare? No. Is it suitable for children. >GAACK< NO! Is it a date movie? Not very likely, unless you've scored a singularly unusual woman. But it is surprisingly funny...... or maybe not, depending on your tastes. :)

I liked it - maybe that says more than I should reveal about me. :D

Hey, watch it on the not a date movie thing. It's the first movie my wife and I have seen in the theaters in a while (we have a 9 month old and snuck out of work in the afternoon while the daughter was at day care to watch a movie for her birthday and this looked like the most enjoyable one that would be best seen in a theater).

I thought it was funny and at least they tried to use the 3d for everything they could. My main problem was a Christmas movie released in the first week of November.

bigbossman 11-10-11 03:09 PM

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Originally Posted by himespau (Post 13478255)
Hey, watch it on the not a date movie thing. It's the first movie my wife and I have seen in the theaters in a while (we have a 9 month old and snuck out of work in the afternoon while the daughter was at day care to watch a movie for her birthday and this looked like the most enjoyable one that would be best seen in a theater).

I thought it was funny and at least they tried to use the 3d for everything they could. My main problem was a Christmas movie released in the first week of November.

Hey - don't get me wrong. If your wife enjoyed it, I think you are a very lucky man. :)

redirekib 11-19-11 12:17 PM

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Originally Posted by ooga-booga (Post 13422666)
bonnie & clyde-1967. a 9. faye dunaway back in the day...wow.

Great movie - I need to get that on DVD.

I just saw Blood Work for the first time - interesting plot.

Simon Cowbell 11-19-11 02:10 PM

I finally saw the Coen Bros "True Grit." I'd give it six stars. This version's Mattie with John Wayne's Rooster would be perfection. The Coen's ending made me want to read the book.

ooga-booga 11-19-11 02:18 PM

stepbrothers. pretty hilarious. 8.5.


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