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    Quote Originally Posted by five sounds View Post
    haha, i know what you mean. i saw it in the theater, and like, didn't feel ready to leave my seat when it was over. i just wanted to sit there for a while and digest what i had watched. left me with a heavy heart.
    yes!!!!! exactly heavy heart is right.

    i actually related to both characters. thats y i think it was heavier than i expected. i normally will only relate to one character in a marrriage like that.

    i also think it was his best acting imo. he made it hard not to like him :{

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    yes!!!!! exactly heavy heart is right.

    i actually related to both characters. thats y i think it was heavier than i expected. i normally will only relate to one character in a marrriage like that.

    i also think it was his best acting imo. he made it hard not to like him :{

    (sorry about grammer)
    yeah i was kind of a full-on gosling hater before that movie too!

    i've seen him be good in a couple other movies since then, but i still kinda get rubbed wrong by his image. slick dudes bug me.

    and TOTALLY about relating to both characters. it was just so real all around. i also really love michelle williams it turns out. i haven't seen it since it came out, and it's one of those movies that i think now that i've seen it, i'll have to find myself in either a really weird, semi emotionally-sadistic or hard-as-stone and icy cold mood to watch again. i do want to though. i know it's good enough to know better than one watch.

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    Ratings of last 2 movies watched
    haunter 5 out 5 stars- this movie was awesome, I don't scared easily but this one legitemately made me scared. It's about this serial killer who kidnapped women and dragged them to his home suffocated them with car fumes in his garage, and threw them into the furnace. He dies in 83, in 85 this family (a mom a dad a daughter and a son) move into the house, his ghost posses the dad, and they die. In the begining of the movie the re live the same day over and over it's always the day before the daughter's 16th birthday until the daughter connects with a girl from the present and realizes her and her family is dead who now lives in the house presently, it gets really eerie I can't say any more, but through their connection she tries to save the present family.the family from 1985 are trapped in the house It's like the others except the ghosts span from 1953 to 1985 meets groundhog's day. A good movie if you like horror movies and psychological thrillers

    cloudburst 4 out of 5 stars. An elderly lesbian couple get seperate because the grandaughter of one makes her believe she is signing something else but is signing power of attorney to her (she's blind). So her partner breaks her out of the nursing home and they go to canada to get married. They pick up a hitchiker along the way. It's a heart felt comedy. definetly something to watch when you don't want to think too much.
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    Default In a not too distant future...

    I went into this with neutral expectations besides the hipster syfy flick, but it turned out to be a refreshingly good piece of film art.

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    The music never gets old.

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    Kid Nation, a reality show that stuck 40 kids in a desert together and made them run a town. And only lasted one season. It's brilliant though. One of the kids did an AMA on reddit and talked a lot of shit, it made me have to watch it again. It's all on youtube, someone type all the kids for me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    Watched great Gatsby. Awesome soundtrack.

    Finally got around to watching both footloose.

    I hate Kevin bacon... and I'm obsessed with Miles Teller....so needless to say I like the newer one better.

    Watched: Place Beyond the Pines...eh I had really high expectations... I was disappointed

    Watched The Lucky One... eh it was a cheesy romance but whateves

    Watched That Awkward Moment...like I said.. I'm obsessed with miles teller lol

    But I don't like going to the theatre. Nobody in the crowd ever laughs. People r so laame.
    I liked "The Great Gatsby". I kind of thought that the soundtrack was stupid though because it was supposed to take place in the 1940's or 50's, or something like that, but yet they were blaring rap music? WTF? How did that work out? That was the only thing that I didn't like about that movie. Well that, and Toby Maguire's annoying voice narrating the movie. Other than that, the movie was great.


    On a side note, people, I just saw the new "RoboCop". Robocop 2014 really disappointed me. The movie was mediocre at best. I would give it a 6/10 to be realistic. The movie definitely had some great action scenes, and Sam Jackson definitely gave the movie an interesting flare. However, there were definitely some things that disappointed me as well. For one, the online reviews said that they would have the classic line, "I'd buy that for a dolllar" in the movie, that I so passionately loved. However, I was expecting it to be in the same context as the previous movies, where they had that hilarious man with the mustache in that infomercial saying it, and I thought that he'd be surrounded by bimbos. However, much to my dismay that wasn't the case. All they had was one of the villains in the movie say, "I wouldn't buy that for a dollar" when Robocop was malfunctioning. This was a great disappointment to me.

    Also, the plot was much more depressing than the other Robocop movies. They really showed you how much it affected his relationship with his wife and family to become a machine in this movie. It was really quite upsetting. It didn't have quite the same feel as the previous movies.

    I will say though, that the technology in this movie was WAY BETTER. There were a lot of high tech things and it almost resembled the Iron Man movie's use of technology. So if you're like an NT technology buff, you may want to see the movie for that reason alone. Also, the movie had more of a terminator theme that, "Too much technology is a bad thing" and we shouldn't take technology to far. Overall, I would say that Robocop was not a movie that I would see in the theater if were you. However, it is a definite Redbox rental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    I liked "The Great Gatsby". I kind of thought that the soundtrack was stupid though because it was supposed to take place in the 1940's or 50's, or something like that, but yet they were blaring rap music? WTF? How did that work out? That was the only thing that I didn't like about that movie. Well that, and Toby Maguire's annoying voice narrating the movie. Other than that, the movie was great.
    1920's yea I know what you mean.

    Ha ha the only part with rap that I was kinda put off by was the part when they were in the cars driving into the city. I think they may have been racing or something. That was a Jay Z song

    But I love this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phmz9uRG4E8

    and this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tqjl4nRSorM

    ... They have the 1920's sax, trumpets, jazzy piano, and muffled mic sound...it's just kicked up a notch ha ha!

    and this song:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBJY3Extw1I - I just like Lana Del Rey. Perfect lyrics for that film.

    Edit: also The XX. And Florence and the Machine!! I love them too!

    Can't believe you didn't like the soundtrack!
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    Her - good movie, would recommend for BSG scifi fans

    Blue Jasmine - a woody allen film, and I could actually watch it all the way through

    The best man holiday - I thought it was going to be funny. It was, but not all the time. Was kinda sad/mixed feelings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    1920's yea I know what you mean.

    Ha ha the only part with rap that I was kinda put off by was the part when they were in the cars driving into the city. I think they may have been racing or something. That was a Jay Z song

    But I love this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phmz9uRG4E8

    and this song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tqjl4nRSorM

    ... They have the 1920's sax, trumpets, jazzy piano, and muffled mic sound...it's just kicked up a notch ha ha!

    and this song:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBJY3Extw1I - I just like Lana Del Rey. Perfect lyrics for that film.

    Edit: also The XX. And Florence and the Machine!! I love them too!

    Can't believe you didn't like the soundtrack!
    lol, they were playing 100$ Bill by Jay Z. Sorry, but it just didn't fit with the movie at all.

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