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Chris Geary
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Saw Up in the Air yesterday.  Really liked it.

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AVATAR

Didn't care for the depiction of the military,and its DANCES WITH WOLVES and THE LAST SAMURAI on an alien planet, but I liked it well enough.

I'm not crazy about one of the impressions I got - pretty soon we won't have actors, just voices.
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THE ROAD - Definitely not the feel good movie of the year.  Kind of slow and plodding full of distrubing post-apolalyptic images.  Despite that I think it is worth watching but make sure you are in the mood for that kind of film.
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THE LOVELY BONES.

There could have been a really good movie with this story. But there is so much distraction with the scenes where Jackson shows this in between Heaven and Earth world, it sucks out all the momentum of the film. Stanley Tucci is marvelous as the murderer and all scenes involving him are riveting. It's a shame the movie really doesn't focus on him or the murder.

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Daybreakers on Monday.

Book of Eli today.
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Posted: 21 January 2010 at 11:12pm | IP Logged | 6 post reply

BOOK OF ELI

Very impressed.
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Paranormal activity. Alone. My wife don't like horror movies.

I liked it a lot, very well made in the genre. Even if I would have preferred one of the alternative ends I read around.

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Avatar.  I wasn't going to see it, but heard it was an amazing 3D experience.

Will see sequel, but not holding breath for it, like Batman 3 or Iron Man 2.

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THE BOOK OF ELI - Definitely worth sitting through. 
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My wife and I saw UP IN THE AIR last week and we both loved it.  I went to see THE IMAGINARIUM OF DR. PARNASSUS last Friday and was very impressed.  Gilliam really knocked this one out of the park, and the performances were first rate.
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Just got out of THE BOOK OF ELI. Pretty good...definitely a cheerier after the vague apocalypse movie than THE ROAD.
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Posted: 06 February 2010 at 2:44pm | IP Logged | 12 post reply

Busy week.

Toy Story 2 (in 3D)
The Road
Invictus
Edge of Darkness
Youth in Revolt.
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CRAZY HEART.

Bridges is great but the story's pretty cliched and the other characters are woefully underdeveloped. 

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Book of Eli.
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The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus
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Wolfman.
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Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus.
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CRAZY HEART with Jeff Bridges -- Bridges does an amazing job, and the movie isn't as much of a downer as "Leaving Las Vegas," despite similar type of themes.  Very well-done, with a GREAT performance by Bridges.
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The Lovely Bones

Valentine's Day
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One of those various vampire movies; "Daytrippers" or some such thing.
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Shutter Island.  Very good, but probably not great. 
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CRAZY HEART - Excellent performance by Bridges. The actual movie itself wasn't amazing, but I liked the fact that it didn't end on a depressing note, as is often the case with these kinds of movies.

PERCY JACKSON AND THE UM, UH, ?? - Not too bad. An enjoyable piece of light entertainment. If nothing else it makes me want to give the books a look.
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Just saw THE BOOK OF ELI -- impressive movie, liked it a lot.  Need to go look up the previous thread that was here to catch up on some of the previous discussion.
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SHUTTER ISLAND - Dull and predictable. If you haven't figured out where this movie's going by the end of the first reel, you weren't paying attention. I really wanted to like this too. Sad times.

FROM PARIS WITH LOVE - It won't win any awards but this was a fun little action romp through the city of Paris directed by Pierre Morel who did TAKEN.
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Saw The Crazies on Sunday.
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