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Old 2011-01-11, 23:59   Link #441
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I saw it as the local first showing matinee prices so I felt like I got a fair bargain for the price.
I saw it in 3-D IMAX at 20$ a pop. It didn't add to the experience at all. Half way through, my eyes got used to the 3D and I didn't even notice it anymore.

But the movie was so kick@$$, I didn't mind.
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Old 2011-01-12, 00:13   Link #442
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Grown ups. Overall, a basically ok-ish film with Adam Sandler. Had a few funny moments, some good parts, but dragging at times too.
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Old 2011-01-12, 11:01   Link #443
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Finally watched "Scott Pilgrim against the world". Didn't exactly match my expectations after people hyping it so much, but overall still fun.
The effects are really nice to look at like the punches or how the enemies just explode into coins. I even recognized some levels from the game~
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Old 2011-01-12, 14:21   Link #444
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Gundam 00: A wakening of the Trailblazer. Does that count here or no?
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Old 2011-01-14, 16:21   Link #445
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Despicable Me. Agh, why am I always a sucker for a movie that runs on such a cliche storyline, yet somehow I still find it sweet and heartwarming? It always leaves my throat tight and dry like I'm going to cry.
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Old 2011-01-14, 16:31   Link #446
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5cm per second: t'was a really touching series of short stories about a young couple who were forced to separate but whose hearts always remained close. It's made of three stories, the first and last telling of the main character's feelings for the girl he came to eventually love after she transferred to another school. The second part takes place after the boy moved to another place himself, becoming further distant from the girl he loves. This is told from the pov of a third party, a girl who had a crush on him despite the fact he was smitten with his now childhood friend.

The movie was very emotional and dramatic, particularly in the beginning as it showed quite how deeply connected the boy and the first girl were to each other. I won't spoil the details of that just yet. I also really liked how the second short story was told from a third party's pov because it gave the audience the chance to see how the main character's love for someone now living far away from him would affect someone close to him. The ending was really sad and to me slightly inconclusive because the boy and the first girl never saw each other in the end, and the boy sadly drowned in the sorrows and regrets of his past. I really felt for him too because when you love someone that deeply but are forced away, you tend not to think of anything else after a while. I was also sad that she was moving on with her own life but still held memories of him. 8/10
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Old 2011-01-14, 16:57   Link #447
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Red Dragon. Oh yes, Lecter. It has been some time since our latest meeting. You never fail to disappoint. Nor did the titular character. And oh god the music in harmony with the scenes. And oh god Norton I love you too.
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Old 2011-01-14, 17:23   Link #448
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Inception. Freakin sweet! Overall the movie was awesome, and the Hans Zimmer soundtrack was spectacular as well.
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Old 2011-01-15, 18:55   Link #449
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I just watched "Scott Pilgrim vs The World" and all I have to say is that it was a ridiculously AWESOME film! For starters, I don't think there's been a movie that made me laugh this hard for a very long time. Not even The Hangover was this good. But there was also a lot of character development and even with the video game thing that's recurring throughout the film, you can relate a lot of real life stuff to what's happening here. Quite brilliant! 9.5/10
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Old 2011-01-16, 12:36   Link #450
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Just watched The Green Hornet in 3D yesterday The movie was ok; fight choreography is standar, nothing too spectacular. I think I liked the TV series with Bruce Lee better though, because unlike Jay Chou, he actually knows martial arts. They do kind of look similar in some ways though.
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Old 2011-01-16, 16:29   Link #451
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I saw True Grit recently and it was great it had all the wonderful things you hope to see in a movie
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Old 2011-01-16, 20:52   Link #452
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Just caught The Big Lebowski for the first time. Awesome/weird movie.
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Old 2011-01-16, 20:58   Link #453
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Just caught The Big Lebowski for the first time. Awesome/weird movie.
The Dude abides.

Man it's time I watched that film again...

Last non-anime movie I saw was Lebanon. I don't ever want to go to war, but I especially don't want to go to war stuck inside a tank.
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Old 2011-01-17, 03:52   Link #454
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Umm RED is good, so long as you go into expecting just an action film and not an Oscar nominee.
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Old 2011-01-17, 22:28   Link #455
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Despicable Me - Super Villain to Super Dad, nothing outstanding on the whole but great famliy fun to be had. Me wants a army of Minions!

The Longest Day - 1st time I saw this film was way back when I was skipping school, I think when I was about 11. I liked War time movies even at that age and well I was amazed by this one.
Even today I think I'd say it's still my favorite War time film, altho Band of Brothers is my favorite War time series.
Saving Private Ryan has got the beach landing, The Longest Day had this



First 1min 50 secs is just simply the best piece of Cinematography for any war movie ever!
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Old 2011-01-18, 09:55   Link #456
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I just watched Buried the other day.....>_< it was kinda awful, but kinda clever at the same time with how it poked fun at everyday bureaucracy. =P
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Old 2011-01-18, 14:22   Link #457
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Lady in the Water - wtf from beginning to end.
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Old 2011-01-18, 22:23   Link #458
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Lady in the Water - wtf from beginning to end.
That movie was terrible, LOL.
I couldn't make it past the dog things in the grass...
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Old 2011-01-19, 21:29   Link #459
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i didn't really enjoy scott pilgrim. just not my type of movie. i enjoyed the expendables more than it (which premiered the same week and was supposedly the cause of why it failed at the box office.)
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Old 2011-01-19, 21:40   Link #460
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Saw Tron Legacy in Imax, still don't know what all the commosion is about, t'was a normal movie to me~


Also watched Bruce Lee's "Enter the Dragon", which had the most amazing kick I've ever seen in it~


Spoiler for Greatest Kick Ever:
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