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Reply #150 posted 02/09/16 10:19am

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kpowers said:

JustErin said:


Meh, I don't rate.

So would you recommend it???


I guess, I wouldn't tell anyone not to see a movie. Just letting people know that I didn't like it.

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Reply #151 posted 02/09/16 1:36pm

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Bone Tomahawk eek eek eek eek eek

5/7

Good reviews on RT and IMDB...don't know why it didn't get more coverage. I wouldn't have even known about it if not for a couple of Native American men I follow who told me about it. However, a couple of scenes...one in particular...had me about to lose my lunch. And I've seen all the Hostel movies. confused

Writing and dialogue was excellent. Kurt Russell was amazing.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2494362/

[Edited 2/9/16 13:41pm]

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Reply #152 posted 02/09/16 7:44pm

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I'd give it a 3 out of 5.

It was a LOT raunchier than I expected, the amount of rear and frontal male nudity was unnecessary, and the storyline is sooooo played out.

"Jussie Smollett wanted to become the Rosa Parks of Gay Black Men, but instead he became the Rosie Ruiz."

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Reply #153 posted 02/10/16 12:46am

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noimageatall said:

Bone Tomahawk eek eek eek eek eek

5/7

Good reviews on RT and IMDB...don't know why it didn't get more coverage. I wouldn't have even known about it if not for a couple of Native American men I follow who told me about it. However, a couple of scenes...one in particular...had me about to lose my lunch. And I've seen all the Hostel movies. confused

Writing and dialogue was excellent. Kurt Russell was amazing.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2494362/

[Edited 2/9/16 13:41pm]

Cool movie... Really cool when it just suddenly turned into a Lovecraftian horror thing...Really dug Kurt Russell and that "Lost" guy...
And as a western flick this was miles beyond the disappointingly boring "Hateful 8"...

Neversin.

[Edited 2/10/16 0:47am]

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Reply #154 posted 02/10/16 2:35pm

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Pokeno4Money said:



I'd give it a 3 out of 5.

It was a LOT raunchier than I expected, the amount of rear and frontal male nudity was unnecessary, and the storyline is sooooo played out.



nod

Yeah...I took the kids and quickly regretted it (they're teenagers but STILL)...

It had some bits of hilarity, but overall I think that DeNiro deserves better.

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Reply #155 posted 02/10/16 2:44pm

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I'd give it a 3 out of 5.

It was a LOT raunchier than I expected, the amount of rear and frontal male nudity was unnecessary, and the storyline is sooooo played out.

I will give it 5/5 just for watching that Zac's hot body.

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Reply #156 posted 02/10/16 3:11pm

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PurpleJedi said:

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Yeah...I took the kids and quickly regretted it (they're teenagers but STILL)...

It had some bits of hilarity, but overall I think that DeNiro deserves better.



When did they start allowing scenes in R-rated movies like the end of the shared bed one? I know it was fake, but still ... damn ....

And I can't remember ever seeing in a R-rated movie any woman get as much bare-ass time as Efron got.

If not for DeNiro, this movie wouldn't last more than 2 weeks in the theaters.

"Jussie Smollett wanted to become the Rosa Parks of Gay Black Men, but instead he became the Rosie Ruiz."

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Reply #157 posted 02/10/16 10:50pm

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Neversin said:

noimageatall said:

Bone Tomahawk eek eek eek eek eek

5/7

Good reviews on RT and IMDB...don't know why it didn't get more coverage. I wouldn't have even known about it if not for a couple of Native American men I follow who told me about it. However, a couple of scenes...one in particular...had me about to lose my lunch. And I've seen all the Hostel movies. confused

Writing and dialogue was excellent. Kurt Russell was amazing.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2494362/

[Edited 2/9/16 13:41pm]

Cool movie... Really cool when it just suddenly turned into a Lovecraftian horror thing...Really dug Kurt Russell and that "Lost" guy...
And as a western flick this was miles beyond the disappointingly boring "Hateful 8"...

Neversin.

[Edited 2/10/16 0:47am]

Yes I thought it was so much better than Hateful 8...

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Reply #158 posted 02/11/16 9:31am

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PurpleJedi said:

Pokeno4Money said:



I'd give it a 3 out of 5.

It was a LOT raunchier than I expected, the amount of rear and frontal male nudity was unnecessary, and the storyline is sooooo played out.



nod

Yeah...I took the kids and quickly regretted it (they're teenagers but STILL)...

It had some bits of hilarity, but overall I think that DeNiro deserves better.

This movie looks like pure shit. They must've paid DeNiro buckets of money. I'll likely never see it.

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Reply #159 posted 02/11/16 11:04am

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Empress said:

PurpleJedi said:



nod

Yeah...I took the kids and quickly regretted it (they're teenagers but STILL)...

It had some bits of hilarity, but overall I think that DeNiro deserves better.

This movie looks like pure shit. They must've paid DeNiro buckets of money. I'll likely never see it.


Yeah, I'm with you. I simply do not watch movies like this...ever.

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Reply #160 posted 02/12/16 12:59am

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Shitty!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! barf barf barf barf

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Reply #161 posted 02/13/16 3:37pm

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^ Lil boy had the dope rhymes pimp2. I thought it was betta than the happening if that is good cool.
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Reply #162 posted 02/14/16 2:28pm

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45 Years (2015) - A married couple preparing to celebrate their wedding anniversary receive shattering news that promises to forever change the course of their lives.

A wonderfully quiet film in which every minute with Charlotte Rampling is worth seeing. 4.5/5


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Reply #163 posted 02/14/16 2:33pm

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Creed
(2015) - The former World Heavyweight Champion Rocky Balboa serves as a trainer and mentor to Adonis Johnson, the son of his late friend and former rival Apollo Creed.

I'm not a fan of the Rocky franchise at all, but this was a good movie. Director Ryan Coogler and actor Michael B. Jordan are good together between this and 2013's Fruitvale Station. 3.5/5


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Reply #164 posted 02/14/16 2:34pm

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214 said:

MAD MAX 2015




Great movie, really exciting film 4/5


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Reply #165 posted 02/14/16 2:38pm

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Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)

fart


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Reply #166 posted 02/14/16 2:44pm

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Its a total kids movie and if you go into it with that in mind, it's fine.



Garrett does the best Tommy Lee Jones imitation that Ive ever seen.

[Edited 12/30/15 20:53pm]


3.5/5.
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Reply #167 posted 02/14/16 2:48pm

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KingBAD said:

ant man was just like the green lantern


it coulda been funnier.


i liked it and i would prolly watch it again BUT


it ain't one of them that i just can't wait to see again...


"It's so ugly! I love it!". lol. 3.5/5.
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Reply #168 posted 02/14/16 2:53pm

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Tangerine (2015) - A working girl tears through Tinseltown on Christmas Eve searching for the pimp who broke her heart.



I think the trailer gives away too much, but I posted it anyway. Very well-done--especially considering it was all shot on iPhones. This could become a future Christmas staple for me. 4/5


lol Agreed.
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Reply #169 posted 02/14/16 5:06pm

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Friday night I watched a movie I'd wanted to see for some time, based mainly on reviews here on the Org. You know what?

My taste in movies might not be exactly the same as yours.

You guys said good things about "Ant Man". I decided to watch "Ant Man" while on winter vacation but kept getting voted down by the all-female household. For some reason, no one wanted to see Tiny Paul Rudd. Despite the unfunny Superbowl commercial reference by the unfunny Seth Rogen and the unfunny Amy Shumer, it turns out that not everybody loves Tiny Paul Rudd. I like Tiny Paul Rudd as much as the next guy, but the women in my household could not get fired up about Tiny Paul Rudd.

You know what might have helped Tiny Paul Rudd? A regibulator!




You are going to hate me in a minute, because I have learned how to create memes. Welcome to 2004, RodeoSchro!

So - "Ant Man". Well, here we have a movie based on a comic book character. And this movie makes the same mistake EVERY STUPID MARVEL COMIC BOOK MOVIE makes. Who the Sam Hill thinks it's a good idea to spend 60 of the 100 minutes of a movie telling the origin story? No, really - who gives a rat's patooty about Tiny Paul Rudd's life before he became Ant Man? Trust me, if you think the origin story of ANY superhero is worth more than 3 minutes tops, then you have serious maturity issues. Because you are buying in to the fictional character waaaaaaaaaay too much.

You know one reason why the original "Star Wars" movie was the greatest movie ever? Because they spent three minutes on the back story; they did it through a scroll and not through horrendous acting; and then they got right to the blasters. ATTN STAN LEE - THAT IS HOW YOU DO IT. (I know Stan Lee doesn't write these stupid movies, but surely he can get this valuable advice to whoever does.)

Where do I begin sorting through the trainwrecks? Let's start with Tiny Paul Rudd. Is he a good guy? Is he a bad guy? Does he have any #$%$#ing clue what kind of guy he is? He's explained as an ex-con who Robin Hooded some bad guy but it turns out Robin Hooding is against the law, so he went into the joint for 5 years. When he gets out, his now-6-year-old daughter recognizes him instantly. Dang, now THAT is a superpower!

But then later Tiny Paul Rudd experiences ONE LITTLE BASKIN ROBBINS-RELATED SETBACK so he instantly returns to crime, even though he knows it means jeopardizing future chances to see The Daughter With The Ididac Memory. Really? Boo, Tiny Paul Rudd! Booooo!!!!!!

And to whom does Tiny Paul Rudd turn to after making this monumentally bad decision?



Three dudes that you would not bet even money could tie their own shoes. Three stereotypes that should make you want to throw said shoes at your TV screen. These three morons are: (1) His...brother? I think that was his brother. Some dude that was the epitome of the Hispanic stereotype. A complete moron. Actually, an oxymoron since it was never established that Tiny Paul Rudd had any Hispanic heritage whatsover. (2) A Black Guy. The Black Guy was also a stereotype. At least in this movie, The Black Guy didn't get killed. (3) A.....Russian? Hard to tell, the accent was so bad. Could have been Czechoslavakian. I have a feeling that the screenwriters said, "Hey your lines aren't funny. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we know - neither are anyone else's. But try an Eastern European accent and maybe we can fool some of the audience into thinking you're funny".

I haven't even gotten into the new fiance that Tiny Paul Rudd's wx-wife is engaged to. He's kind of supposed to be a jerk but in reality he is doing EXACTLY WHAT A REAL FATHER WOULD DO. You know, in the history of movies there is only one movie that has successfully solved the Old Dad/New Dad paradox. That movie is the Hillary Duff Disney Channel star-making vehicle, "Cadet Kelly". Really, you should watch that movie. It's awesome and the soundtrack kicks major tail. It has Macy Gray's "Relating to a Psycopath" on it - in a Disney Channel movie! "Cadet Kelly" is the Disney Channel's second-greatest movie, behind only "Motocrossed", which is another movie you should watch.

Well enough about characters who make no sense. Let's talk about Michael Douglas. Ugh.

What a great actor. Too bad he ruined his voice with 484,091,666 cartons of Marlboros. Good gosh, I don't think there's ever been an actor with worse Tobacco Voice than Douglas. He's going to be speaking through a hole in his throat soon, if he isn't already. Yechhh.

The bad guy in this movie is also a moron. (Note to self: I really need another word for "moron".) He's Douglas's protege but for some unexplained reason is bent on world domination. Hey Stan Lee - you want to waste some time on a backstory? Tell us why the bad guy is a bad guy, and why he wants to do whatever bad thing it is that he's trying to accomplish.

But what I didn't get about this bad guy was that on the one hand, he was unsuccessful in recreating Douglas's Incredible Shrinking Stuff, yet at the end of the movie he had his own shrinking suit and it was 100 times cooler than the Ant Man. The Yellow Jacket not only could shrink and fly and all that, but he had laser antennae. WTF did he need the Ant Man suit for?

This is sad but the funniest line in the whole movie was when Tiny Paul Rudd got introduced to the Ant Man suit. After rebigulating, he tells Douglas, "I think our first move should be to get the Avengers involved". I laughed hard at that! Get a make-believe comic book group involved! Chortle chortle chortle! But then five seconds later I realized he was serious. He really DID want to get the Avengers involved, because in Tiny Paul Rudd's Ant Man universe, the Avengers were a real thing. I forgot that.

Time for another meme:



I guess one thing led to another, the Three Stooges somehow helped Tiny Paul Rudd do something, I was supposed to cry when a flying ant got shot, yadda yadda yadda.



In conclusion, I can only say this about "Ant Man":

It has taken a whole lot of the buzz out of me wanting to see "Dead Pool", for no other reason than "Ant Man" is yet another comic book movie failure, so why wouldn't "Dead Pool" be a failure to?

Still gonna see "Dead Pool" though! Those Dead Pool Valentines were sick!

I give "Ant Man" 1/2 meme out of any meme generator you want.

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Reply #170 posted 02/14/16 6:24pm

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RodeoSchro said:

Friday night I watched a movie I'd wanted to see for some time, based mainly on reviews here on the Org. You know what?

My taste in movies might not be exactly the same as yours.

You guys said good things about "Ant Man". I decided to watch "Ant Man" while on winter vacation but kept getting voted down by the all-female household. For some reason, no one wanted to see Tiny Paul Rudd. Despite the unfunny Superbowl commercial reference by the unfunny Seth Rogen and the unfunny Amy Shumer, it turns out that not everybody loves Tiny Paul Rudd. I like Tiny Paul Rudd as much as the next guy, but the women in my household could not get fired up about Tiny Paul Rudd.

You know what might have helped Tiny Paul Rudd? A regibulator!




You are going to hate me in a minute, because I have learned how to create memes. Welcome to 2004, RodeoSchro!

So - "Ant Man". Well, here we have a movie based on a comic book character. And this movie makes the same mistake EVERY STUPID MARVEL COMIC BOOK MOVIE makes. Who the Sam Hill thinks it's a good idea to spend 60 of the 100 minutes of a movie telling the origin story? No, really - who gives a rat's patooty about Tiny Paul Rudd's life before he became Ant Man? Trust me, if you think the origin story of ANY superhero is worth more than 3 minutes tops, then you have serious maturity issues. Because you are buying in to the fictional character waaaaaaaaaay too much.

You know one reason why the original "Star Wars" movie was the greatest movie ever? Because they spent three minutes on the back story; they did it through a scroll and not through horrendous acting; and then they got right to the blasters. ATTN STAN LEE - THAT IS HOW YOU DO IT. (I know Stan Lee doesn't write these stupid movies, but surely he can get this valuable advice to whoever does.)

Where do I begin sorting through the trainwrecks? Let's start with Tiny Paul Rudd. Is he a good guy? Is he a bad guy? Does he have any #$%$#ing clue what kind of guy he is? He's explained as an ex-con who Robin Hooded some bad guy but it turns out Robin Hooding is against the law, so he went into the joint for 5 years. When he gets out, his now-6-year-old daughter recognizes him instantly. Dang, now THAT is a superpower!

But then later Tiny Paul Rudd experiences ONE LITTLE BASKIN ROBBINS-RELATED SETBACK so he instantly returns to crime, even though he knows it means jeopardizing future chances to see The Daughter With The Ididac Memory. Really? Boo, Tiny Paul Rudd! Booooo!!!!!!

And to whom does Tiny Paul Rudd turn to after making this monumentally bad decision?



Three dudes that you would not bet even money could tie their own shoes. Three stereotypes that should make you want to throw said shoes at your TV screen. These three morons are: (1) His...brother? I think that was his brother. Some dude that was the epitome of the Hispanic stereotype. A complete moron. Actually, an oxymoron since it was never established that Tiny Paul Rudd had any Hispanic heritage whatsover. (2) A Black Guy. The Black Guy was also a stereotype. At least in this movie, The Black Guy didn't get killed. (3) A.....Russian? Hard to tell, the accent was so bad. Could have been Czechoslavakian. I have a feeling that the screenwriters said, "Hey your lines aren't funny. Yeah, yeah, yeah, we know - neither are anyone else's. But try an Eastern European accent and maybe we can fool some of the audience into thinking you're funny".

I haven't even gotten into the new fiance that Tiny Paul Rudd's wx-wife is engaged to. He's kind of supposed to be a jerk but in reality he is doing EXACTLY WHAT A REAL FATHER WOULD DO. You know, in the history of movies there is only one movie that has successfully solved the Old Dad/New Dad paradox. That movie is the Hillary Duff Disney Channel star-making vehicle, "Cadet Kelly". Really, you should watch that movie. It's awesome and the soundtrack kicks major tail. It has Macy Gray's "Relating to a Psycopath" on it - in a Disney Channel movie! "Cadet Kelly" is the Disney Channel's second-greatest movie, behind only "Motocrossed", which is another movie you should watch.

Well enough about characters who make no sense. Let's talk about Michael Douglas. Ugh.

What a great actor. Too bad he ruined his voice with 484,091,666 cartons of Marlboros. Good gosh, I don't think there's ever been an actor with worse Tobacco Voice than Douglas. He's going to be speaking through a hole in his throat soon, if he isn't already. Yechhh.

The bad guy in this movie is also a moron. (Note to self: I really need another word for "moron".) He's Douglas's protege but for some unexplained reason is bent on world domination. Hey Stan Lee - you want to waste some time on a backstory? Tell us why the bad guy is a bad guy, and why he wants to do whatever bad thing it is that he's trying to accomplish.

But what I didn't get about this bad guy was that on the one hand, he was unsuccessful in recreating Douglas's Incredible Shrinking Stuff, yet at the end of the movie he had his own shrinking suit and it was 100 times cooler than the Ant Man. The Yellow Jacket not only could shrink and fly and all that, but he had laser antennae. WTF did he need the Ant Man suit for?

This is sad but the funniest line in the whole movie was when Tiny Paul Rudd got introduced to the Ant Man suit. After rebigulating, he tells Douglas, "I think our first move should be to get the Avengers involved". I laughed hard at that! Get a make-believe comic book group involved! Chortle chortle chortle! But then five seconds later I realized he was serious. He really DID want to get the Avengers involved, because in Tiny Paul Rudd's Ant Man universe, the Avengers were a real thing. I forgot that.

Time for another meme:



I guess one thing led to another, the Three Stooges somehow helped Tiny Paul Rudd do something, I was supposed to cry when a flying ant got shot, yadda yadda yadda.



In conclusion, I can only say this about "Ant Man":

It has taken a whole lot of the buzz out of me wanting to see "Dead Pool", for no other reason than "Ant Man" is yet another comic book movie failure, so why wouldn't "Dead Pool" be a failure to?

Still gonna see "Dead Pool" though! Those Dead Pool Valentines were sick!

I give "Ant Man" 1/2 meme out of any meme generator you want.


lol

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Reply #171 posted 02/15/16 4:08am

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iZsaZsa said:

sexton said:



Fifty Shades of Grey (2015)

fart


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1/5.
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Reply #172 posted 02/15/16 11:52pm

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Goosebumps (2015)

If you like fun fantasy films like Casper and Jumanji, then you'll really like Goosebumps. 4/5

I don't want to get eaten alive
'cause you're so dangerous
No more hearts I can trust, you see
I don't want to get eaten alive
To be eaten alive
Eaten alive
I don't ever want to be
Eaten alive
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Archival footage and personal testimonials present an intimate portrait of the life and career of British singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse.

I liked a few tracks and appreciated her talent but I knew very little about her personal life prior to watching this. I remember seeing terrible tabloid shots of her, seeing the clips from the Belgrade concert and I remember when she died....I thought, well...that's not surprising.

This doc doesn't bring to light anything that I didn't already assume was happening but it was certainly an interesting watch. I definitely recommend it.

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Reply #174 posted 02/16/16 6:10am

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sexton said:



Tangerine (2015) - A working girl tears through Tinseltown on Christmas Eve searching for the pimp who broke her heart.



I think the trailer gives away too much, but I posted it anyway. Very well-done--especially considering it was all shot on iPhones. This could become a future Christmas staple for me. 4/5



Oh crap, I got half way through this the other night. Was interrupted and meant to watch the rest at a later time. I totally forgot about it! I'll have to finish it tonight.

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Reply #175 posted 02/16/16 1:16pm

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Archival footage and personal testimonials present an intimate portrait of the life and career of British singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse.

I liked a few tracks and appreciated her talent but I knew very little about her personal life prior to watching this. I remember seeing terrible tabloid shots of her, seeing the clips from the Belgrade concert and I remember when she died....I thought, well...that's not surprising.

This doc doesn't bring to light anything that I didn't already assume was happening but it was certainly an interesting watch. I definitely recommend it.

It's the one on netflix? if it's so, i like it but not much it's too much based on her private life and it's depressing.

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Reply #176 posted 02/18/16 12:58pm

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SISTERS-A 1973 Brian DePalma flick. Pretty cool template for many of DePalmas' later films. Margot Kidder is sexy/cute/crazy. Didn't finish it, but would recommend it for sure.

THE TOWN(extended cut)- very decent bank-robber/heist movie. This film made me like Ben Affleck AND Blake Lively, so how's that for a recommendation? Jeremy Renner is the best thing in it. Fun fact; this film has Batman, Daredevil, Star Sapphire, Hawkeye, Hansel AND Jon Hamm in it!
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Reply #177 posted 02/18/16 4:13pm

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luv2tha99s said:

SISTERS-A 1973 Brian DePalma flick. Pretty cool template for many of DePalmas' later films. Margot Kidder is sexy/cute/crazy. Didn't finish it, but would recommend it for sure. THE TOWN(extended cut)- very decent bank-robber/heist movie. This film made me like Ben Affleck AND Blake Lively, so how's that for a recommendation? Jeremy Renner is the best thing in it. Fun fact; this film has Batman, Daredevil, Star Sapphire, Hawkeye, Hansel AND Jon Hamm in it!

Sisters scared the crap out of me when I first saw it. eek Still love it. Margo Kidder was excellent! thumbs up!

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Reply #178 posted 02/18/16 4:19pm

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purplepolitician said:

^ Lil boy had the dope rhymes pimp2. I thought it was betta than the happening if that is good cool.

I really need to stop watching m. night shyamalan already

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Reply #179 posted 02/19/16 6:58am

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Archival footage and personal testimonials present an intimate portrait of the life and career of British singer/songwriter Amy Winehouse.

I liked a few tracks and appreciated her talent but I knew very little about her personal life prior to watching this. I remember seeing terrible tabloid shots of her, seeing the clips from the Belgrade concert and I remember when she died....I thought, well...that's not surprising.

This doc doesn't bring to light anything that I didn't already assume was happening but it was certainly an interesting watch. I definitely recommend it.

Wonderful doc. I loved it! Amy was such a great talent. It's such a shame we will not hear anymore amazing music from her. Makes me very sad.

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