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Old 08-15-14, 09:11 AM   #1176
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Sharknado - 0 Dumbest. Movie. Ever.
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Old 08-15-14, 12:08 PM   #1177
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Sharknado - 0 Dumbest. Movie. Ever.
You should probably watch Sharknado 2 before you make that claim.
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Hombre (1967) with Paul Newman, Richard Boone, Dianne Cilento and Frederick March, on DVD. 7.5/10 Newman probably never looked better, except maybe for another Martin Ritt directed movie Hud. Excellent video quality DVD, I had to check twice to make sure that it wasn't a Blu-Ray disk.
I just put the book by Elmore Leonard on hold at the library. It is one of the few books by Leonard that I haven't already read.
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Old 08-18-14, 07:08 AM   #1179
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You should probably watch Sharknado 2 before you make that claim.
Does that mean there should also be a negative scale?
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Does that mean there should also be a negative scale?
I think that's what the SyFy Channel is aiming for.
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Old 08-21-14, 01:17 AM   #1181
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1. The last movie I watched on TV was Snakes on a Plane. That movie sucked. 2. The last movie I watched on DVD was Yes Man. That movie also sucked. 3. The last movie I saw at the theatre was State of the Union. It was good.
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Sharknado - 0 Dumbest. Movie. Ever.
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Old 08-25-14, 12:12 PM   #1183
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saw The Giver over the weekend. it was a fair adaptation of the book. which is hard because it was the only book i read in my entire k-12 educational career that i actually loved. (and was actually interesting and good).
I enjoyed it and tried to distance myself from comparing the two.

i'd give it 6/10.
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saw The Giver over the weekend. it was a fair adaptation of the book. which is hard because it was the only book i read in my entire k-12 educational career that i actually loved. (and was actually interesting and good).
I enjoyed it and tried to distance myself from comparing the two.

i'd give it 6/10.
I've got the last book in the series at home waiting to be read, but I feel like I'm going to read the other 3 books first to do it justice.
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out of the furnace

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Old 09-01-14, 06:27 AM   #1186
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Guardians of the Galaxy...

Pretty good movie for some fun escapism. Don't take the movie to seriously. Decent story with a good back story. Good effects for all the computer stuff they are doing now. Great characters... I am Groot! Very good sound track for people of a certain age. And a promise of a second movie, specially since the first one is doing so well at the box office.
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Old 09-02-14, 11:54 AM   #1187
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Guardians of the Galaxy...

Pretty good movie for some fun escapism. Don't take the movie to seriously. Decent story with a good back story. Good effects for all the computer stuff they are doing now. Great characters... I am Groot! Very good sound track for people of a certain age. And a promise of a second movie, specially since the first one is doing so well at the box office.
yup, fun show for all these reasons. 8/10
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Old 09-02-14, 01:20 PM   #1188
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Body Heat on BluRay. 8.5/10. OMG Kathleen Turner is smoldering hot! Bill Hurt did the the only thing any right thinking man would do when he smashed the door in to get a closer look. Great story, acting and soundtrack; good twist ending. I'd seen it before at the movies when it came out, and on DVD before, but got the Netflix BluRay to listen to the director's commentary on the making of one of my favorite movies. Highly recommended.
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Old 09-05-14, 04:22 AM   #1189
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the adventures of baron munchausen-8.5. the robin williams cameo has always been a 10 for me tho.
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Hot Rod

funny
but not overly so
i think andy Samberg
has not yet hit his stride
in the movie business

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Saw The Lego Movie with my son the other night. We both thought it was great 8/10.
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6.5/10
That movie sucked out loud.
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Old 09-07-14, 01:11 PM   #1193
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That movie sucked out loud.

my rating may be overly kind
due to my
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Saw The Lego Movie with my son the other night. We both thought it was great 8/10.
i agree
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LEGO Movie is an easy 11/10.

No that is not a typo.
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my old lady with kevin kline, maggie smith and kristin scott-thomas. a good roller-coaster movie chock-full of the punches life tends to throw at us all. an 8.5.
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Watched Transformers: Age of Extinction and Blended (Adam Sandler/Drew Barrymore) last night,loved em both. Blended started out kinda slow/sucky,but wound up being one that we'll definitely buy soon to watch again (we buy all the Transformer movies,so that one's a given,LOL,but we Redboxed em last night)
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Body Heat on BluRay. 8.5/10. OMG Kathleen Turner is smoldering hot! Bill Hurt did the the only thing any right thinking man would do when he smashed the door in to get a closer look. Great story, acting and soundtrack; good twist ending. I'd seen it before at the movies when it came out, and on DVD before, but got the Netflix BluRay to listen to the director's commentary on the making of one of my favorite movies. Highly recommended.
I think I saw that like 25 years ago. Yeah, I remember it being pretty good.
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We're the Millers. Couldn't tell you who was in it but it was pretty funny.

9/10
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Cold In July - 8.5/10

This is an extremely violent and dark Texas noir. Just great dark stuff. Michael C. Hall is awesome.
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