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Michael Todd
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I have not been out to the movies in years, I think that the last film that I saw in a theater was X-Men 2, what was the last movie you paid to see in a theater?
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The movie I paid for was THE INFORMANT!

The last movie I saw in the theater was ZOMBIELAND in which I had a free pass.

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I saw A SERIOUS MAN yesterday. It's the new Coen Brothers film.
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THE INFORMANT!
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Zombieland.
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G.I. JOE...  *sigh*
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Zombieland
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Inglourious Basterds
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The 4th Kind.
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Harry Brown, yesterday.  Not bad.

Christmas Carol and Men who stare at Goats on Sunday.  

I pay for a monthly unlimited pass and live about ten minutes walk from the cinema so I go quite a lot.
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Surrogates.
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Pixar's Up in 3-D in an IMAX cinema -- an interesting experience and a funny, moving film.
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I answer your question non-specifically since the context of the question was based on the fact that you don't get out to the theatre.

Me?  I go every week, multiple times.  I make it a point to try to see everything.

 

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Inglorious Basterds
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Either Paranormal Activity or Zombieland...can't remember the order for sure. Going to see The 4th Kind and The Box this week.

I love movies in the theater.
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The only time I ever went to the movies as an adult was while dating, I don't date anymore so...
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I don't go anywhere near as much as I used to.  Last movie I saw was Paranormal Activity.  Before that, though ...
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ALL THE PRESIDENT'S MEN



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I've been to the movies less often this year than probably any previous year of my adult life; I've seen only 3 films in the theater this year. 

The last one was JULIE AND JULIA. 
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PANDA KOPANDA.
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Bill Mimbu
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^ A Hayao Miyazaki film is always great to see in a theater... 

That said, I missed out on PONYO... *face palm*

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Disney's A Christmas Carol in 3-D.

Yesterday.

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I did a double-feature day back in September - I saw "Whiteout" and then "9".  I haven't been back since.  Some stuff looked appealing in the trailers, but not enough to warrant me dropping the money for the ticket and then the ride on the train home.
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Last in the theatre was DISTRICT 9. 
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