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    At the Theater: Gran Torino

    At home on the TV: Pale Rider on AMC

    Clint is always a good bet, especially when you pair him up with a firearm or two!!
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    ^^ Joe Kidd right after.

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    Are we updating after every Movie we watch?

    If so watched Pineapple Express, wish I could go back in time and stop myself. Only good part of the movie was the last 10 min. This was one horrible movie. MHO
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    Zach and Miri make a porno. turned out a lot better than i thought it would be and was pretty funny to boot. even the nude scenes were comical. not what i thought it was going to be @ all. definitely not a kids movie thouhg

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    Tonight at home: No Country for Old Men.

    Excellent movie, although very dark. I'm keeping it on the DVR.

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    I just saw Juno and Righteous Kill.

    Juno was a literal pain to watch and hear. I am willing to be that the soundtrack is being used in Guantanamo Bay to torture Al Qeada terrorists. The dialog was artificial and the actors looked like they were 5 minutes away from becoming zombies. I actually felt neurons in my brain dying.

    Now if you want to see some serious acting, you have to get Righteous Kill. De Niro and Pacino just gave a huge performance on an otherwise mediocre script. It is a slow movie but you feel drawn into both great actors just absorbing their performance. Just amazing. If you want a Bang Bang Boom movie, this is not it. If you want to see great actors in a great overdue movie together, watch it.
    This will go next to Wrestling Ernest Hemingway as a movie to be enjoyed just for the pure acting alone. If you haven't seen this one, I recommend it greatly because of Richard Harris and Robert Duvall just doing some of the best acting ever.
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    I am watching 3 10 to Yuma right now on Showtime.

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    Last night...... watched Madea goes to Jail and Taken.

    I thought Taken sucked. A lot of people apparently liked it.

    Just today watched The King of Comedy. Was pretty good for an old movie.
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    Went to see Slumdog Millionaire the other night.

    Usually I'm not a big fan of overly hyped films, and especially those that Hollywood seems to embrace at award shows... but I thought this was pretty good.

    Was going to see Watchmen with the wife but had a few friends warn me about it so we decided to see slumdog, we both enjoyed it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    Tonight at home: No Country for Old Men.

    Excellent movie, although very dark. I'm keeping it on the DVR.
    This is one of my favorites.

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