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Arc Carlton
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Posted: 26 December 2009 at 7:20pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

The last movie I saw was either Avatar or Surrogates .
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Jason Mark Hickok
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Posted: 26 December 2009 at 7:24pm | IP Logged | 2 post reply

We went and watched UP IN THE AIR, SHERLOCK HOLMES, and AVATAR all on Christmas day.  Spent about 7.5 hours at the theater and the crowds were huge and well behaved.  All in all a fun day!
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Up In The Air, and the bloated Princess Of Mars meets Dances With Wolves movie--Avatar.  Up In The Air was a touching, funny film.  Go see it! 
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Posted: 30 December 2009 at 4:16pm | IP Logged | 4 post reply

Alvin and the Chipmunks - The Squeakquel.

I took my 10 year old, his pick. Fun movie. He enjoyed it. I don't know why they have celebrities doing the voices when they get altered so much.
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Heh, Jason, I did the exact same marathon, but on Monday. 
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Chris Geary
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Saw Avatar again yesterday.  Found that I was able to focus a bit more on the story as such.  Through most of the first film I was focusing on the technical aspects of it.

Still didn't feel like it was a really long film but I did see quite a few places where there could've been trimmed, and all that would've been lost was bits of ships, other tech and trees/plants/weird animals.
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Posted: 31 December 2009 at 11:55am | IP Logged | 7 post reply

Big movie week for my fiancé and I.  While home in Minnesota, I saw AVATAR.  My thoughts on that movie are in that discussion thread.  We saw IT'S COMPLICATED last night.  Fun, light romantic comedy that had me laughing hard a few times.  Not the best movie I've ever seen, but a pleasant way to spend a couple of hours.

Today we'll be seeing SHERLOCK HOLMES and I hope to twist her arm to see UP IN THE AIR before the end of the weekend.  We may end up rounding out the weekend with NINE.

That'll be five movies in a week.  No dwindling interest in going to the movies in this household!

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Brian Burnham
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UP with my son. 

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Jason Mark Hickok
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Mike and Matt - Seems like great minds really do think alike!

I went and saw INVICTUS today.  I thought there were tremendous acting all the way around in this one.  Clint Eastwood hit another home run in my book.

Matt Damon may be my favorite all-around current actor.  I find myself not only watching but really enjoying everything he is in.

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John Popa
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I saw "An Education" yesterday.  Super stuff.
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Chris Geary
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Sherlock Homes, yesterday.  Pretty Good.
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