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  1. #21

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    I have IP Man to watch tonight! Looking forward to it, will let you know. IP Man is about the mentor of Bruce Lee.
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    Saw TinTin last night! Hubby and I really enjoyed it - but we're both fans of the cartoon.

    Animation was superb.

    It was a wee bit slow in places, but not enough to put you off.

    If you didn't like the cartoon, you might not like the animation - story and gag-wise...
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  3. #23

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    Just saw Girl with a Dragon Tattoo and it was wonderful. The whole movie is great, there is some people who dont like violence and sex should not go to it. I liked it a lot though, and Im going to read the books.

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    I watched Boy Wonder. Pretty good movie, though people with short attention spans will give up during the first 15 minutes. Not one for the kids though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rue
    Saw Zookeeper last night. Slapstick type comedy...not my thing, but funny enough in general I didn't mind. Great visual effects with the animals, quite realistic.
    We saw this with the kids, the kids enjoyed it. Its was ok, I am glad I didn't see it at the movies!

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    herlock holmes a game of shadows. It did not suck but it came very close to it. Too much bang,boom,gee whiz not enough quality storytelling and acting. It was but a shadow of the first movie.
    Last week DH and I went to see this at the movies. Our first mistake was going to the 10 pm showing (after having worked a long day), the second mistake was not figuring out before hand how long it ran. Wow it was a long movie. DH liked it, I thought it was so so (course I feel asleep during some of it)

    Quote Originally Posted by SLeen
    don't laugh. But I recently saw "Kung Fu Panda 2"...

    and it was excellent. It just came out on dvd, so I guess it's old news, but it's probably the best movie I've seen recently and the only one worth mentioning. The voice acting was amazing, and I think a lot of the animation is motion-captured and just stunning. Also...Gary Oldman as an evil peacock? How could that not be awesome?

    It is technically a kid's movie, so it has it's cheesy moments and, of course, the talking animals, whatever, but it's a genuinely good film and I recommend it to everyone.
    We liked this movie, it was cute and funny

    Quote Originally Posted by pjaldave
    I just saw "The Rise of The Planet of The Apes".

    it was good on the action side and relating to chimps as they always end up in a lab for testing.

    but then, there was really no story to it rather than infecting this guy with the disease and passing it onto the general that coincidentally is going out of the country. and so on and so forth (you know what's next). if you know what i mean, there was no story that is supporting the title except of the scene i said. and that disease, the apes are immuned so far if i understood it correctly.

    anyways. i'm impressed by the graphics, and mostly the person that was being the ape (or chimp... i dunno) other than that... not really good for a start (or next chapter?) to a sequel.

    I personally enjoyed this one. The other people in this house didn't really.
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    Last night DH and I watched the movie Sanctum it was a freebie at the movie store (so even if it was stinky I really didn't care)
    While it was a long drawn out movie IMO it was pretty good. I don't think for a second that I could have survived any of that. Nor would I want to be put in that spot.

    We just got 2 more movies in the mail today.... Puncture and Conan So we shall see if either are any good.

    Oh and I broke down and finally saw the first part of the Godfather..Wow..

    --Last one before I forget, over Xmas break we invited greatgrandma and grandma over to see our new tv (DH got a new one on black friday) and watched Dolphin Tale with the kids. Of course like a typical male (no flames please) DH didn't really care for it, I loved it and so did the kids
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    Here are some more that we recently have viewed that I forgot to post about

    Hanna So So, somewhat slow movie IMO.
    Cowboys and Aliens Woo Hoo, we should have seen this when it came out. :)
    Your Highness DH liked it, it was stupid and boring
    The smurfs Kids really liked it, I have seen this movie 3 times now (which I think is more than enough...
    The muppets We saw this when it came out. Funny! I loved it! We will be buying it :)
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    Up- Great movie, yes a little late but worth noting. I almost cried, and that says a lot :)
    Scream 4- Terrible, besides all the nice looking girls in there, just like the first one.
    Hostel 3- I would not watch if you dont like blood, torturing or anything else. The first two were better, this one kind of sucked.

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    I just saw The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo - it was pretty good - pretty graphic - def deserved the R rating...now I plan to read the book.
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    Funny how many people are reading the book now that they've seen the movie (Girl WT Dragon Tattoo). I saw it awhile back and really enjoyed - watched the trilogy. They were all good, but the first was the best.

    Finally saw Ip Man, pretty good. Lots of fighting, decent acting. The subtitles were a bit too americanised - they had chinese people translated as saying OK and stuff, which I don't think is a chinese idiom, lol. But if you're a martial arts junkie (I am) its a good flick. Plus based on true events.

    I'm going to check out some movies thanks to the above reviews...if it makes someone cry or someones putting out coin to buy it, its worth a look!
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