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    Quote Originally Posted by Professor View Post
    My wife and I just saw Unknown with Liam Neeson. We were both very disappointed. The plot is very clever, but there are holes you can ride an LT through and surprisingly, the acting isn't very good, especially towards the end. Movies are personal. I have a friend who liked it, but we sure didn't.
    I felt the same way about this movie, matter of fact I enjoyed the first half.

    Another disappointment was the Adjustment Bureau , an interesting plot about free will and love conquering all but 3/4ths of the way through it needed an adjustment.
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    The Big Chill-excellent movie, excellent soundtrack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cowboyatheart View Post
    One Week
    I enjoyed this. It's a kinda slow paced, episodic film. It's available on Netflix now -- or at least it will be when I send it back on Monday.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Four_Lions

    I finally got to see Four Lions. I'm not going to recommend it to you, but I enjoyed it. I watched it a couple of times and it got better as I got use to the varieties of English accents and began to see more of the jokes.

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    The Game

    Excellent movie about the possibilities.....kind of a movie within a movie.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0119174/

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    District 9

    Like Sci-Fi? This one is pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wezul View Post
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    Like Sci-Fi? This one is pretty good.
    Yeah, it's a good one. You have to pay attention and maybe see it a couple of times as there is a lot to it.
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    Watched An Ideal Husband. Not current, but a good story and some great lines.
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    My favorite one in the past year would be "Inception" with Leonardo Decaprio. Great story,excellent special effects! Watched it for a third time last week!!

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    my picks

    Red was great, especially for a guy like me approaching retirement.

    Rango was kinda cute, a spoof on westerns.

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    Due out April 15th (appropriately...) - Atlas Shrugged, based on Ayn Rand's book.

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    best recent movie

    Lincoln Lawyer.. great ending..bikers too
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    Quote Originally Posted by walterK75 View Post
    Not current, but a good story and some great lines.
    Does "Not current" matter? Methinks not. In fact maybe it's just me but as time drags on I find films often, not always, lean on SFX and pretty faces instead of story and characters I care about.

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    I haven't had a chance to watch it yet, but "One Week" is now available on Netflix.
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    Fair Game way more intriguing than I expected.
    Faster only if you like violence and fast cars
    The Book of ELI
    Unstoppable OK for a dollar red box rental
    The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension. This is a hoot looking back at 1984 great cast.

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    Into the Wild for like the 3 or 4th time.

    Read the book so I had to watch it again.

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