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Brad Brickley
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Transformers 2 and was bored silly, too many long fight scenes.   I liked the first one, but I saw that on DVD.
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DISTRICT 9
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Brian Kirk
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Zombieland.  Before that: District 9.
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The Ugly Truth. 

What?
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Inglorious Basterds
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Took my 9-year old niece to see Astro Boy a few weeks ago.
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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

I prefer to watch movies at home.  Actually, I prefer to read.  But when I do find a movie I want to see, I watch it at home.  Except Star Wars and Indy movies because I'm afraid I'll find out the spoilers if I wait.

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The Proposal with Sandra Bullock.  It was on my wife's B-Day.
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District 9

EDIT:  Ooops!  Inglorious Basterds.


Edited by Gene Best on 12 November 2009 at 11:17pm
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Star Trek.

I rarely go see movies in the theater, and went to Star Trek because I got in free. Last movie I paid to see was the lndiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and I couldn't even tell you what the last one I saw in a theater before that was.

 

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Star Trek

 

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THE PROPOSAL with Sandra Bullock
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A SERIOUS MAN... well done for what it was but what it was was nothing that interested me at all.  I went on the strength of the Coen Bros' recent batting average but the last time the Coen Bros. left me with this bad a taste in my mouth was BARTON FINK, the indifferent follow-up to the glorious MILLER'S CROSSING.   This one was worse, though; generally uncomfortable and unpleasant almost all the way through (which may have been the point.)
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Zombieland. Not much money here right now, so trips to the movies are few & far between.
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UP, last September

Considering the price of movies, it's a major expenditure to go, when the alternative is to wait until it comes onto DVD and watch it at home for free.

Tho I love movies, and the expereince of being in the theater, my Scottish blood runs thick!

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Toy Story in 3D with my son.  UP before that, also with my son.
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UP for me as well. MONSTERS VS ALIENS before that.

Just goes to show how pathetic the live-action stuff I get around these parts is.

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I think it was HARRY POTTER AND THE HALF-BLOOD PRINCE.
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Just came back from seeing BLACK DYNAMITE. A near perfect spoof of the blaxploitation genre. I was laughing from start to finish.
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PARANORMAL ACTIVITY was the last and only movie I saw in the theater in 2009. I usually average about 2-3 trips to the theater a year but since I went 5 or 6 times in 2008, I have to workl to keep that average low.
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Saw 2012 yesterday, I was not expecting it to be good, but a new low has been reached.

I thought that John Cusak had better taste.
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Marcus Hiltz
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He's been in some really good movies. Been in plenty of turkeys, too.
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Brian Hunt
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I went to the Atlanta premier of UP IN THE AIR last week and enjoyed it. It was introduced by the director, Jason Reitman, and that made it even better.
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Really looking forward to Up in the Air!
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Just saw "Paranormal Activity" and absolutely loved it--and this from someone who actively loathed "Blair Witch." This was an example of a film actually enhanced by the theater environment--screams from chicks and children toward the end made the experience that much more fun. Overall a solid "A." Plus, now I understand why I wake up at 3:13 a.m. every morning screaming at the top of my lungs with my pants soiled. And here I always thought it had something to do with me.
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