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    Anyone seen any good movies lately??

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    Just saw Shrek 3. It was very good. I want to see 'knocked up' - I hate the title, but it looks funny.
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    I haven't been to a movie in a theater in three years, there's no pause button and there's alway other people sitting near me...yuk!

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    Pirates of the Carribean, part 3 arrrgggghh.

    Mindless fun. Didn't actually notice that it was long.
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    Just rented Deja Vu with Denzel Washington- one of the most riveting movies I've seen in a long time- I didn't surf the interet, or read or play games- I just
    watched the movie--- it was good.
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    The Prestige is the coolest movie I've watched in awhile.

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    Sports movie

    We just bought "Saint Ralph". It's about a 13 (?) year old boy who sets out to win the Boston Marathon. I laughed, I cried, I laughed some more.

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    I have long since stopped going to a theater and now wait for DVD or On Demand for movie watching so some of these are alittle old but I highly recommend:

    CHILDREN OF GOD

    THE QUEEN

    CASINO ROYALE

    HAPPY FEET

    PURSUIT OF HAPPYNESS

    PAN'S LABYRINTH

    300
    * * *

    Can't recommend:

    NOTES ON A SCANDEL

    ERAGON

    * * *

    Actually saw in Theater and liked but can't recommend:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hub View Post
    Just rented Deja Vu with Denzel Washington- one of the most riveting movies I've seen in a long time- I didn't surf the interet, or read or play games- I just
    watched the movie--- it was good.
    local plug - DejaVu was filmed in "Hollywood South" - New Orleans. And if you cross the bridge adjacent to the French Quarter (the Crescent City Connection), you won't immediately wind up in the middle of a swamp. The other side of the bridge is more city. We enjoyed watching to try to figure out where places were/where the filming was done. Runaway Jury was also filmed here.
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    The Waitress
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDHillSlug View Post
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    Ditto.

    A sad aside regarding the movie: the director was killed in her NYC apartment not long after filming concluded. She also plays one of the other waitresses in it, too.
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    I appreciate you guys coming up with movie titles, but synopsises are good too,
    right?
    we watched a Night at the Museum. a loser who has a 10 year old son who lives with mom and another man gets a job at the Museum of Nat. History in Manhattan. at night all the critters come alive. he has to keep bedlam from destroying the place. a little predictable, but fun.
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    Recently saw (on Starz) "Proof" with Gwyneth Paltrow. REALLY liked it. DH thought it a bit odd, but that's okay; I like odd movies. Recommended, especially if you have any interest in math, but even if not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimitabby View Post
    I appreciate you guys coming up with movie titles, but synopsises are good too,
    right?
    we watched a Night at the Museum. a loser who has a 10 year old son who lives with mom and another man gets a job at the Museum of Nat. History in Manhattan. at night all the critters come alive. he has to keep bedlam from destroying the place. a little predictable, but fun.
    Ohhhh....I want to see that so bad,I love Ben Stiller!!!!! I heard from FIL it was bad, but he hated ALOT we love, so we don't believe him. I am renting it this weekend as "mommy" treat, Ms Kaitlyn will go to bed and OMG, it I have to stay awake til......UuuuuHHHHH 10 PM....OMG..( I use to just get ready to out at that time) .....I WILL.....I'd rather have a cup of tea.....or I'll live on the edge and have glass of Merlot and enjoy a movie!!

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    For those of you who like "family films" and love animals, "Duma" is a beautiful South African adventure film about "coming home"; "I Am David" is another film about a boy finding his mother after escaping from a post WW II Bulgarian labor camp, and for those who like music, "The Chorus" is a French film with a beautiful story line and boys' choir music. All of these films are a couple of years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by emily_in_nc View Post
    Recently saw (on Starz) "Proof" with Gwyneth Paltrow. REALLY liked it. DH thought it a bit odd, but that's okay; I like odd movies. Recommended, especially if you have any interest in math, but even if not.

    Emily
    I loved that movie. I haven't seen many lately, so no recommendations. The last one I saw was "The Last King of Scotland." It was interesting but very brutal and not for the faint of heart. It's about Idi Amin. A bio of the man through the eyes of his Scottish physician.
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