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    I've been watching season 2 of House of Cards, which is entertaining, and True Detective, which after two episodes seems like it's going to be fucking awesome.

    I've watched the first 3(?) episodes of Top of the Lake but I don't know if I'm going to finish it.
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    @kquirk May I ask why you liked Blue is the Warmest Color?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
    @kquirk May I ask why you liked Blue is the Warmest Color?
    Yeah, I think it worked best as a coming-of-age story. I liked the pacing. It didn't feel like a three hour movie to me; I felt like I was watching a story from her life and could have kept watching.

    Some of the storytelling was a little heavy-handed, like how the stuff they were reading in school was always relating perfectly to the plot. But some of the cheesy things I liked, such as the comparison between the two family dinners and how all they knew how to make was spaghetti.

    But I'm a sucker for acting, and the two leads were phenomenal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kquirk View Post
    Yeah, I think it worked best as a coming-of-age story. I liked the pacing. It didn't feel like a three hour movie to me; I felt like I was watching a story from her life and could have kept watching.

    Some of the storytelling was a little heavy-handed, like how the stuff they were reading in school was always relating perfectly to the plot. But some of the cheesy things I liked, such as the comparison between the two family dinners and how all they knew how to make was spaghetti.

    But I'm a sucker for acting, and the two leads were phenomenal.
    Really!?

    It was like the slowest movie I have seen in years. lol

    I agree that the acting was excellent though! (And attractive )

    And I didn't realize they were going to show so much! I pretty much liked those parts the most tbh. I think that the rest of the movie had me in a little suspense though, cause I kept thinking they were going to get caught or something.
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    Watched all of house of cards in 48 hours, phew.

    Right now I have my whole tv collection on shuffle on my computer. Very golden girls-heavy, but currently on 30 rock.

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    Need for Speed was not half bad as far as video game adaptations go. While many of its aspects didn't succeed, it actually made a noble attempt to be a good movie. And fans of the games will love it.

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    300: Rise of an Empire. I was expecting a fun movie with cool visuals and that's exactly what I got. Thanks Zach Snyder. Also, Eva Green is awesome in this.
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    Pride and Prejudice (2005)

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    I watched Frozen for the first time...and the disclaimer played during the credits was unforgettable, ready for this?

    The views and opinions expressed by Kristoff that all men eat their own boogers are solely his own and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of The Walt Disney Company or the filmmakers. Neither the Walt Disney Company nor the filmmakers make any representation of the accuracy of any such views and opinions.
    If this was a joke (like the occasional "No animals, aliens or zombies were harmed during the making of this film"), then I got a chuckle.

    If this wasn't a joke and was an actual legal/PR note, then I fucking fell on the floor laughing my ass off!!!

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