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    I really liked 'The Bourne Legacy' with Jeremy Renner.
    It was moving......fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steko View Post
    I really liked 'The Bourne Legacy' with Jeremy Renner.
    It was moving......fast.
    me too - i didn't think it deserved the negative attention it got - I welcomed the new story line and the exploration of motives behind renner's character - the fact that he faced returning to being subnormal without his enhancement


    kinda like "flowers for algernon" with a continuous chase scene and lots of explosions

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    Saw the Netflix original version of The Little Prince tonight with Jack. Wonderful movie with a great heart. Great vocal cast and it's entertaining to look at...a quirkier sort of movie than Pixar would make, but with the same heart.
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    The Confirmation: not a bad movie, but the theme bothers me. Dad is a loser alcoholic who can't take care of himself, so his young son has to help him. I now alcoholism well enough to know how grotesquely it twists family roles in just this way, and I also know how damaging it is to the children of alcoholic parents.

    This movie almost glorifies it. And that's not right.

    St. Vincent: with Bill Murray. It's a very formulaic Bill Murray movie. It's exactly what you'd expect it to be from the title. That doesn't mean it's a terrible movie, or anything. It just means that there are no surprises. You know exactly where it's going from the opening scene.

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    Favorite comedy by decade

    30s: My Man Godfrey/Bringing up Baby (tie)

    40s: His Girl Friday

    50s: Some Like It Hot

    60s: Dr. Strangelove/Support Your Local Sheriff/The Americanization of Emily

    70s: Monty Python and the Holy Grail/Kelly's Heroes/The Jerk

    80s: Midnight Run/Ghostbusters/Trading Places/Fletch

    90s: Groundhog Day/Office Space/Galaxy Quest

    2000-2010: Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle/Zoolander/Bad Santa

    2010- : The Other Guys
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    Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice [desperately in need of people who care about the characters, and the fans]
    Captain America: Civil War [Best of the best]
    Suicide Squad [Same as BvS, but not as bad]
    War Dogs [Only saw it because I didn't pay. It was OK]


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    I saw Hell or High Water tonight. What a great movie. I'd like to go right back and see it again.
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    I didn't feel like hunting down the TV thread, so ......

    Has anyone watched Better Late Than Never ?

    ROFL!
    I'm watching it for the first time now, and it is Hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    God Bless America

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tambora View Post
    I didn't feel like hunting down the TV thread, so ......

    Has anyone watched Better Late Than Never ?

    ROFL!
    I'm watching it for the first time now, and it is Hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Haven't, but I'll look it up now.

    Also, not a problem shrinking the screen size, but here's a link to my all things tv thread: http://theologyonline.com/showthread...ion&highlight=

    Watched the Angry Birds movie tonight, for Jack. He giggled through it, but I didn't think it had much for adults in the room.

    So my wife was bored.

    Tonight or tomorrow night I'm watching "Race" about Jesse Owens. Hoping it's up to the subject matter.
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    Just watched Raising Arizona again nearly 30 years later. What a goofy movie -
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    I watched 'Into the Wild' not too long ago. It was really good.
    Always be yourself unless you can be a unicorn. Then, always be a unicorn.


    “And every day, the world will drag you by the hand, yelling, ‘This is important! And this is important! And this is important! You need to worry about this! And this! And this!’ And each day, it’s up to you to yank your hand back, put it on your heart and say, ‘No. This is what’s important.’” –Iain Thomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breathe View Post
    I watched 'Into the Wild' not too long ago. It was really good.
    I remember that movie.

    In my younger days I thought it would be so cool to go into the wilderness and live off the land.
    Then my husband reminded me that I couldn't even have a backyard bar-b-que without complaining about the mosquitoes.

    hehe!
    I'm such a Sissy.
    (((Get it ---- 'Sissy')))

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breathe View Post
    I watched 'Into the Wild' not too long ago. It was really good.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tambora View Post
    I remember that movie.

    In my younger days I thought it would be so cool to go into the wilderness and live off the land.
    Then my husband reminded me that I couldn't even have a backyard bar-b-que without complaining about the mosquitoes.

    hehe!
    I'm such a Sissy.
    (((Get it ---- 'Sissy')))
    Have you watched "The Road"?

    Now that's wild!!

    Soon coming to an area near you.
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    Old, but good picture.

    Who said this: "What do you expect, me to light up like a Christmas tree?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by steko View Post
    Have you watched "The Road"?

    Now that's wild!!

    Soon coming to an area near you.
    Oooo, was that the one where a bunch of catestophic events happened that desolated the planet and some folks had to resort to cannibalism to survive?
    A man and his young son were trying to survive the harsh elements and find civilization somewhere, while trying to avoid being attacked, robed, and eaten by others?

    I saw that one.
    That one kinda reminds you that as harsh as nature can be, man is the real danger.

    God Bless America

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