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    My favorite movie... "Shakespeare in Love". I watched it yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    Manages to be both shocking and predictable. Reminded me of @ThatsWhatHeSaid.

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    50/50, starred by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen.
    It's a new perspective to the life of a young cancer patient, adding dark humour to a state of melancholy. Doesn't force divine inspiration... it shows the human condition and the realest response anyone can relate to. Probably up there as one of my favourite films now.

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    American History X
    all I can say is huh.. wow. Touched me inside.

    I do not like the human race. I don’t like their heads. I don’t like their faces. I don’t like their feet. I don’t like their conversations. I don’t like their hairdos. I don’t like their automobiles. I don’t like their dogs or their cats or their roses.
    — Charles Bukowski

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    I finally got to watch The Human Centipede 2. It was absolutely despicable, the download wasn't in HD.


    I hope that the tagline for the upcoming third film, "100% politically incorrect," is 100% accurate.

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    The Big Lebowski again

    Best movie to capture the feeling of being kicked around by stuff
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    Today, I saw Harry Potter and the Woman in Black.

    A nice, atmospheric, old fashioned ghost story that actually managed to be scary.

    The only letdown was the twist ending -- which I won't reveal -- that came way too soon and was generally unsatisfying.

    And if Daniel Radcliffe wants to distance himself from Harry Potter, maybe he should stop picking movies with scenes at a train station.


    I found it amusing when Radcliffe told a child character that he looked like his mother. It's as if Harry Potter got tired of hearing that and wants characters from other franchises to suffer it, too.

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    Poor America
    Just shocking and appalling. We don't treat convicted criminals the way America treats its poor.
    Basic health care is not a choice, it's a human right.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Today while trying to study:

    TNG "A Matter of Perspective" and classic Doctor Who "The Tomb of the Cybermen" (1967). It's totally nuts that there are so many episodes missing from season 4 (which is the introduction of Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor). My goal is to watch all the classic Doctor Who episodes available so I've been trying to watch a few episodes everyday. Often I'm multitasking between studying or working on a project while watching which may mean I'm missing out on fully appreciating the show? But that's actually just my tendency with every show I watch. I really am enjoying it so far (even though it's almost like a totally different show) and appreciate the acting. There's a much more intimate (almost like watching a play) feel to show which reminds of the new Who episode "Midnight" which I know a lot of people have mixed feelings over - personally, I really liked that episode. Most stories span 4-6 episodes and each episode is 25 or so minutes which means there's a more nuanced quality to the show since there seems to be less need to compact A-to-Z in a very short time frame. So instead of giving us a 3 second shot to explain how the character ended up from that point to this (or none at all) - you actually get to see the character navigate the passage way and their thought process as they try to figure out their next move. I appreciate that but I think some people would find the pace too slow.

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    The Hurt Locker
    And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country . . . wait, this is 2016.

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