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    I think MiB3 is kinda underrated. Glad you checked out Revenant...and seemed to like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    I think MiB3 is kinda underrated. Glad you checked out Revenant...and seemed to like it.
    I really think for what it was, a big budget mainstream comedy, MIB3 turned out to be very entertaining and the characters did very well together. The whole time travel thing was coherent for the most part and the villain made me laugh more than once.

    As for Revenant, I've seen so many low budget horror movies that were monumentally worse that I was pleasantly surprised. I do admit to getting very annoyed by his girlfriend's character and wanting to kill her myself.

    I had actually written a lot more on each of the movies but accidentally deleted it.
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    Picked-up Safety Not Guaranteed on BD via BB's DVD trade-in promo for ~$15. Will have to watch that sooner rather than later now.

    Watched Paranorman and The Perks of Being a Wallflower on the plane to/from LA for the weekend opener. Paranorman was 'eh'. Maybe a 7/10. Art style was not arty, just ugly IMHO. Story was too long for the resolution.

    Loved TPoBaW. Kept seeing quotes about 'new generation' Breakfast Club or other 80s flicks and it sorta fits. Having never read the book, the um curve-ball story element was way out of left field. Great cast and music so it should make for good cult/ repeated viewings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaingunsofdoom View Post
    Picked-up Safety Not Guaranteed on BD via BB's DVD trade-in promo for ~$15. Will have to watch that sooner rather than later now.

    Watched Paranorman and The Perks of Being a Wallflower on the plane to/from LA for the weekend opener. Paranorman was 'eh'. Maybe a 7/10. Art style was not arty, just ugly IMHO. Story was too long for the resolution.

    Loved TPoBaW. Kept seeing quotes about 'new generation' Breakfast Club or other 80s flicks and it sorta fits. Having never read the book, the um curve-ball story element was way out of left field. Great cast and music so it should make for good cult/ repeated viewings.
    Paranorman and Perks... along with Moonrise Kingdom and Dredd are next up for me to watch and I'm really looking forward to all four.

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    Zero Dark Thirty - Loved it. I love a well done military/political procedural anyway, and Kathryn Bigelow knows how to do them. I now consider myself a Jessica Chastain fan, as well. Would very much like to see again. Might even buy it when it comes out.



    Fast Five - I guess I just don't "get" these movies. People tell me they're bad enough to be good, but the couple I've seen were just... mediocre. Some funny parts, some attractive ladies occasionally, but that's it. Meh.



    The Witches - I think this is supposed to be a kids movie, but it's a little disturbing for that. Probably why I enjoyed it. Angelica Houston is awesome, as always, and some of the creature effects were pretty good. I liked it.
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    The Witches is a real fun movie that makes great Halloween watching for creepy kids!
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    Solid drama but it's complete and utter misery. One of those movies where everything and everyone is depressing. Just one big spiral of colorless sadness. Not bad but... Yeah.

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    The Last Stand - Ridiculous, but entertaining. I enjoyed it thoroughly.



    Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy - I enjoyed this, but at times I had some trouble following along. There would be moments when Oldman's character put two pieces of his puzzle together and I didn't follow how he got there. Otherwise, I enjoyed it.



    The Life Of Oharu - Much like a large number of Mizoguchi's films, this one is about a woman who get **** on by everyone else all day long. I thought it was pretty great, thanks in large part to the performance of Kinoyu Tanaka. Bonus points for baby-faced Toshiro Mifune, too.



    Green Lantern - Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuucked. Cool special effects and some decent supporting acting, but the script was so bad. A shame.



    Bob Le Flambeur (aka Bob The Gambler) - JP Melville's first hit movie, which apparently the original Oceans 11 was (very) loosely based on. Bob is a gambler who runs out of money, so he puts a team of 11 men together to rob a casino. According to the guy who introduced this on TCM, Stanley Kubrick decided to stop making crime films after he saw this because he didn't think it could be done any better.

    I thought it was pretty solid, but the movie spends a lot more time focusing on Bob and his relationship with a couple of people than any heist. The ending is pretty satisfying, although I imagine it was much more effective when it came out than it is now. I liked it, but Melville has done much, much better.
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    Finally watched The Avengers last night.

    Meh.
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    Hurt Locker for the 20th time
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