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Thom Price
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L’Homme Diabolique

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Posted: 13 July 2012 at 8:04pm | IP Logged | 1 post reply

Walked out after 45 minutes

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Ouch!  I can't think of anything more damning than that.  I think it's even worse than falling asleep during a film.

I've only ever walked out on two movies: NATURAL BORN KILLERS and Sharon Stone's remake of DIABOLIQUE.
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Jason Mark Hickok
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Posted: 15 July 2012 at 9:15am | IP Logged | 2 post reply

TED - very funny. Some really great lines in there.

MOONRISE KINGDOME - Finally got to see this. Incredibly well done. Quirky and funny.
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THE PACT: Outside of the confusing title and the male lead looking like he is from the 80's, this is a better than average horror flick. Good jumps and an intense ending. The best way to describe it is a cross between a haunted house and serial killer thriller. I saw it as a one time midnight showing at my local art house theater. It is part of IFC's movies on demand program. Highly recommend to horror fans and I think this will also appeal to non-fans as well.
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In regards to TED, the more I think about it the more I love it. Playing back funny lines and moments in my head is a sure sign of a good comedy for me.
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I'm hard-pressed to think of the last movie that made me laugh as hard and as often as TED.  Even during the occasional lull in laughs, I would find myself laughing -- about a joke from 10 minutes earlier.  Two days later, and I'm still randomly chuckling. 
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Madagascar III, 'cause, hem, my kids made me.
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SAFETY NOT GUARANTEED - cute movie with a clever twist to try and leave open the possibility that the protagonists really might have gone back in time.  
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The Dark Knight Rises. Fairly compelling, but barely featured Batman!
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DARK KNIGHT RISES, for the second time, this time with my wife. She loved it.
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Finally saw MOONRISE KINGDOM - I loved every frame.  I think this is my favorite of the summer.  I admittedly haven't seen a lot of movies, but this was just excellent.



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Posted: 12 August 2012 at 1:37pm | IP Logged | 11 post reply

I saw THE BOURNE LEGACY last night.

The ending was a bit of a letdown and the political stuff was unfocused, but all the right stuff is there to preserve and enhance the franchise.

I really liked Norton and Renner.  

There's a great homage to the first movie in the open, and I enjoyed how they layered scenes from the other movies as well.

Lastly, there was only ONE stunt that blew my suspension of disbelief.  That's not a bad ratio, but it was still pretty jarring!

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Saw THE CAMPAIGN this weekend. I liked it up until the last 20 minutes or so, when it forgot to be funny.
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