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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2017 10:17 pm 
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Viewbob wrote:
Just saw the Lego Batman movie with my little brother. It was a dissapointment.
My wife and daughter loved it. I haven't seen it yet but I'm sure we'll get the DVD at some point. From all the previews I've seen, it looks like a nonstop barrage of self-referential gags and references to pop culture old and new. It looks like it would be funny for a while but it might grow old quick. All the wink-wink-get-it moments would eventually make my eye twitch. Funny how a lot of the "kid" movies these days (and I'll take the liberty of loosely classifying an animated superhero feature as a "kid movie", though that's debatable) are more geared towards the adults than the kids.


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Manchester by the Sea was very good, Casey Affleck's understated performance was just amazing to watch


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Seriously gutted over the loss of Bill Paxton today. He was a gem who always seemed so humble, grounded, and funny in a way most of Hollywood isn't.


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loved Nocturnal Animals, very entertaining!
I will watch Moonlight in the next couple days


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AppTrans wrote:
Manchester by the Sea was very good, Casey Affleck's understated performance was just amazing to watch
Saw that with my pops. Enjoyed it
Tonight:
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LadyLazarus wrote:
Seriously gutted over the loss of Bill Paxton today. He was a gem who always seemed so humble, grounded, and funny in a way most of Hollywood isn't.
It's really sad for sure. He was one of a kind. Ever seen A Simple Plan?


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MausterofDisguise wrote:
AppTrans wrote:
Manchester by the Sea was very good, Casey Affleck's understated performance was just amazing to watch
Saw that with my pops. Enjoyed it
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That's my favorite Herzog movie, it is so well done

Moonlight was also very good! Loved it

Watched Teen Wolf over the weekend. Not the show but the original movie. Man, what a piece of shit that movie is. But still watchable.


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ordered this one, looking forward to it

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this one is a family favorite. I'll never forget the first time I watched it with my dad in the late 90s


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Just saw The Thinning, and I'm about to see Life in a few hours, I thought it was pretty good.


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hey I been watching Encino Man, Son in Law and other crappy Pauly Shore movies


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biodome?


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hahahaa the Pauly Shore "phase" only lasted two days

I did see a great movie though & I highly recommend it:
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