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    'World War I in color'. Uncanny how watching computer-edited footage makes it look so much more alive. Annoying though that the English speakers use fake accents when impersonating non-English people.
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    Just finished watching Manhattan. It's the first Woody Allen flick I've seen. I'm not sure what to think. The shots are beautiful, and the soundtrack was amazing. I feel like I'm missing a lot. His 17 year old girlfriend kind of unbalanced me. It watched a lot better when I got past the fact that she just seemed to be a creature that mostly only Allen wishes or believes exists, but it was distracting.

    Now watching 'Brother From Another Planet', proving that black slavery is intergalactic. On the opening spacecraft crash instead of spacey synth music, they have steel drums. Ha.

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    Sucker Punch was... not what I expected. I think the best description I can come up with for it would be "neat". Not a good movie.... But neat. Pretty bad movie, actually. But neat.

    Green Lantern was terrible.
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    Sherlock Holmes the Complete Series - The 1954 to 1955 series with Ronald Howard, decent half hour plots and a well acted representation of Dr. Watson not seen in later adaptations.

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    [YOUTUBE="fheA6Ua_nNc"]Aliens[/YOUTUBE]

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    I saw Harry Potter. In glorious, fantastic 2D. Was it really necessary to divide this movie into two parts? I mean, of what I recall from the last movie, it was mostly an overlong camping trip, a romantic love triangle drama of some sort, and a CG-enhanced Hermione that looked half naked. Some of this stuff could've been cut to make one whole film.

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    Seriously, two parts? Isn't that why director cuts exist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silently Honest View Post
    Seriously, two parts? Isn't that why director cuts exist?
    You said it, and while I'm at it, I guess I should rank all 7 (or 8 if you insist) Potter films:

    1. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
    2. Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
    3. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
    4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Part 1 and 2)
    5. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (this is the one that should've been divided into two parts, the whole movie felt like a montage)
    6. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
    7. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince

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    The Beauty Academy of Kabul - its a documentary about women training to be hair dressers amidst the loss and dangers of post-Taliban Afghanistan. Really very interesting and the Afghani women are endearing, esp this one totally bad bad lady named Hanifa who wears make-up and men's clothes. She seemed xSTP to me. She was amazing.
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    I spent watching shows on netflix all day yesterday- well not all day i went to the outlets and shopped, but I when i was home.
    I watched Merlin-ok, good way to kill 40 minutes, Weeds-Love this show but only watched the first 4 seasons so I picked up at season 5, Doctor Who-Watched one with david tennant as the doctor that I had seen before, but still good episode. Robin Hood-Liked this, Now I'm watching Mad Men-I like it so far.
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