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    I liked Super 8. It was likely the best movie I saw this summer. The whole movie is an homage to Steven Spielberg before he made Schindler's List and started imitating Stanley Kubrick afterward. I thought J.J. Abrams captured the feel of Spielberg's '80s stuff very well. Okay, so Spielberg was a producer, but still...

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    I saw Final Destination 5 in 3D. The usher threatened to remove me for laughing so hard, but these kind of movies usually make me laugh.

    Anyway, this movie was more dark in tone than the last movie, but the death scenes were mostly over-the-top, albeit the gore porn was ultimately satisfying, as was the gimmicky twist ending.

    The fifth installment was also surprisingly well directed and took full advantage of stereoscopic 3D. The gimmick is exploited to its full potential and it proves that 3D should only be used in a movie that are also entirely designed for gimmicks. See also Drive Angry and Saw: The Final Chapter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Ü View Post
    Rise of the Planet of the Apes. I enjoyed it to my surprise and loved how Draco Malfoy got the "Damn dirty apes" line. Unfortunately, I wish I could say the same for the CG apes, although Andy Serkis' mocap performance was phenomenal, as usual. Still, I stand by what I said that the apes looked almost as bad as the monkeys in Jumanji. But the movie was overall very good.


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    I saw Friends with Benefits - don't ask - and it doesn't suck that bad. I suspended my belief, endured, enjoyed sex scenes, ass shots, and chuckled a few times. Mila Kunis was quick. Woody Harrelson does a decent job of holding it up. Justin Timberlake is Justin Timberlake. What can I say? I came. I saw. I left.
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    Captain America: The First Avenger
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    If you liked the comic books you'll probably like the movie. They did a decent job considering their last attempt, but it wouldn't be fair to compare this to Iron Man (I or II) and The Original X-Men movie. Watched other Marvel movie adaptions and smiled? Then this will definitely do, otherwise enjoy the pop-corn and an Agent Smith (Hugo Weaving) appearance and reminisce when summer blockbusters were great, instead of "eh, I wouldn't mind seeing that".
    7.5/10
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    Smile Fake it 'til you make it with Glee Live! 3D!

    I saw Glee! the movie last night, it's really nothing done at high speed, by trained professionals pretending to be high school students. But still, it is very popular in the USA and even outside.

    Essentially it is non-stop selling. And the person you are selling is yourself. And of course America loves a salesman and the salesmen love themselves.

    And in a time of economc downturn, it is necessary to have a Revival. And there is nothing Americans love more than a Revival.

    And Americans love the moral distinction between phoney and authentic, and Glee! is strictly phoney. But once you learn to fake it in America, you've got it made. So fake it 'til you make it with Glee!

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    I watched 12 Monkeys last weekend. I... felt conflicted about it. I guess works involving time travel kind of evoke mixed reactions from me.

    Also, I found Fillmore! episodes on YouTube. Loved that series.

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    I was lying on a rug, looking at the television, and found out that Mercury Rising was on. The only thing I know about this movie is that it was released in the 1990s, and that it stars Bruce Willis. The first thing I hear when I start watching this movie is this sciencey guy on a phone, diffusing a tense situation by informing dear Bruce that he was "setting up an email address." The notion that Bruce Willis' salvation in this movie is to have this guy "set up an email address", that was one of the greatest moments in all of cinema. Questions arise like "why?" and "could he actually do that?" fill my head. I laughed.

    Bruce Willis probably has a gun in this movie, and I believe the child is miniature Rain Man. I will continue to allow this movie to play.

    UPDATE: HE IS AUTISTIC!

    I am amazing

    I'm definitely finishing this movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beargryllz View Post
    The first thing I hear when I start watching this movie is this sciencey guy on a phone, diffusing a tense situation by informing dear Bruce that he was "setting up an email address." The notion that Bruce Willis' salvation in this movie is to have this guy "set up an email address", that was one of the greatest moments in all of cinema. Questions arise like "why?" and "could he actually do that?" fill my head. I laughed.


    This seemed appropriate.

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    i watched shrek and megamind on saturday.
    every normal man must be tempted, at times,
    to spit on his hands, hoist the black flag,
    and begin slitting throats.
    h.l. mencken

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    last night i watched the first 20 minutes of a movie called thankskilling. from what i saw, it's about a homicidal turkey. and opened with a pilgrim lady with her tits out running away from the turkey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    last night i watched the first 20 minutes of a movie called thankskilling. from what i saw, it's about a homicidal turkey. and opened with a pilgrim lady with her tits out running away from the turkey.
    I think that Thanksgiving-themed slashers are a fairly undeveloped genre of cinema

    My only exposure was this wonderful (fake) trailer by Eli Roth

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZE7tyW8CYXs

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