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    Other Peoples Money-just on cable again-neat story


    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102609/
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    Easy Rider. Great movie.

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    Bladerunner

    Ridley Scott at his best.

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    "Cowboys and Aliens"

    Just saw it Sunday and I could watch it again Tomorrow. Good story line (somewhat fresh, not regurgitated) and lots of action. Oh yeh Olivia Wilde has a real nice Ah Ah you know siter downer. Good movie good fun!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 69zeff65 View Post
    Just saw it Sunday and I could watch it again Tomorrow. Good story line (somewhat fresh, not regurgitated) and lots of action. Oh yeh Olivia Wilde has a real nice Ah Ah you know siter downer. Good movie good fun!!!
    I enjoyed it. You have to suspend disbelief as it is a tall tale. Like some other movies lately, it borrows from video games to present an unusual reality. Harrison Ford's acting is a lot better in this one than some of his recent efforts.

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    My wife bought this movie at Odd Lots for $3.00

    The acting is superb.
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    Wanting to see

    TT3D Closer to the Edge. Supposed to be very good.
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    I saw Winnie the Pooh with my daughter (6) on the weekend. We thought it was cool, but we are both a bit immature.
    Going to see Captain America on Sunday with my son (8)...I'll keep you posted.

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    Kick Ass. Really violent, but in a fun cartoonish way. Available on Netflix Instant

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    Cap'n America was actually pretty good... I saw it in 3D.
    Not needed.
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    Proof Of Life and Sum Of All Fears

    Saw "Proof Of Life" again last night and still love the flick. Russell Crowe is great and Meg Ryan is as juicy as ever.
    Also watched Sum Of all Fears with Ben Affleck and Morgan Freeman. This is also a great story, well acted and politically scary.
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    we saw C&A too

    and LOVED it. entertaining all the way.

    we recently watched the FIRST Mad Max on DVD. what a gas THAT was.

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    Check out "The Lucky Ones". This is a very good, thought provoking movie about returning soldiers from Iraq. Not about the war, though, and not particularly about soldiering. More a human relationship story.

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    Saw The Help Saturday. It's a good movie, but not quite as good as the book. The casting and directing could have been a little better, but overall it gets a B+.

    Jessica Chastain is brilliant as Celia Foote; and Opie's daughter plays Hilly.

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

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    Superheroes on HBO. It takes all kinds on this big blue ball we live on.
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