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    Quote Originally Posted by S0Z0 View Post
    Watched Take Shelter the other night. Similar to Sixth Sense or Signs, but good.
    That's one I have never heard of.
    But I did like The Sixth Sense and Signs, so if it is similar I bet I will like it too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quincy View Post
    Are you guys excited for Wrath of the Titans?! I am, I love this kind of stuff. I'm actually going to see that in theaters.
    No, but I wasn't about the initial remake and still had to admit I liked it. Some films are that way with me. I'll probably like this one after the fact too.
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    Best movie soundtrack ever - Harold and Maude.
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    I was recently re-introduced to The Lion King by finally getting around to seeing it on DVD.

    I've had more and more trouble actually sitting through movies I see at home over the last few years.

    My attention span just seems to be waning as I get older.

    The Lion King held me for the whole thing, including tearing up again at Mufasa's death.

    Bar none, Disney's greatest work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quincy View Post
    Are you guys excited for Wrath of the Titans?! I am, I love this kind of stuff. I'm actually going to see that in theaters.
    I love action movies - especially the ones not based on reality. We will probably go see this one, even though we were disappointed with the "after thought 3-D" of the first one.
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    I watched Up last night. Mildly amusing, a few memorable bits. I doubt I'll watch it again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by S0Z0 View Post
    Watched Take Shelter the other night. Similar to Sixth Sense or Signs, but good.
    I watched that too, pretty good movie- definitely worth renting.

    Best comedy ive seen recently is a movie called Ghost Town - a lot of dry sarcastic humor, i thought it was hilarious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Town Heretic View Post
    No, but I wasn't about the initial remake and still had to admit I liked it. Some films are that way with me. I'll probably like this one after the fact too.
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    I love action movies - especially the ones not based on reality. We will probably go see this one, even though we were disappointed with the "after thought 3-D" of the first one.
    I thought Clash from a couple years ago was excellent so I'm sure I'll like this one. The special effects look spot on and as long as they are I should enjoy it at least.
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    I'm also looking forward to not seeing anything with Nicholas Cage in it for a while...if that's humanly possible.
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    That reminds me. I think I'll watch Face Off tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by some other dude View Post
    That reminds me. I think I'll watch Face Off tonight.
    I like that movie. I have that movie, and i have Con Air, like that also - and i like the national treasure movie. I love city of angels,
    family man, honeymoon in vegas

    And a couple really old ones raising arizona and valley girl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel4Truth View Post
    I like that movie. I have that movie, and i have Con Air, like that also - and i like the national treasure movie. I love city of angels,
    family man, honeymoon in vegas

    And a couple really old ones raising arizona and valley girl.
    I actually liked Face Off the first time I watched it, then didn't the next. Guarding Tess and Raising Arizona are terrific movies. Angels was interesting, though I don't like downbeat endings in general. The Treasure films were ridiculous but fun. Hated Family Man and the one that came after that...where he played an arms dealer. Haven't cared for much he's done recently.

    His appearance on SNL was hysterical:

    "It has all the elements of the perfect Nick Cage movie: all the dialogue is either whispered or screamed; 2) everything in the movie is on fire.”

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    The national treasure movies are the only recent ones ive seen by him, i just like the older ones ive named, oh and gone in 60 seconds, that was pretty good to me too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel4Truth View Post
    I like that movie. I have that movie, and i have Con Air, like that also - and i like the national treasure movie. I love city of angels,
    family man, honeymoon in vegas

    And a couple really old ones raising arizona and valley girl.
    I watch Raising Arizona every so often.

    I've seen all of the Coen brothers movies and liked most of them.

    Other favorites are The Big Lebowski, Intolerable Cruelty and O Brother, Where Art Thou?

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