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    Zombieland -- absolutely hilarious.

    Up In The Air -- so endearing.

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    Prayers for Bobby -- I bawled my EYES out. Sigourney Weaver is so amazing in this. A very important story to be told.




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    The Hurt Locker -- hmm, not really my genre. It was suspenseful, but I wasn't overly impressed.

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    Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs.

    Chalk it up to lessons learned
    Miles walked and bridges burned
    Just another memory in the back of my mind
    Lock it up, throw away the key
    Forget the things you promised me
    Just another thing I can't forget
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    The Lovely Bones. Great!





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    Paranormal Activity

    I loved how it kept building up the suspense, and then like, the door would sway. lol. But it actually felt realistic, because there was nothing flashy or showy or anything about it. Things took the entire movie to come to a head, and it was the culmination of all the little freaky instances that made it scary for me.

    The only thing that kind of pissed me off was that they didn't seem to care that the wigi board freaking caught on fire! Seriously!

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    The Lonely Bones

    I thought it was pretty good (yet creepy), but I kind of didn't like the ending.

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    Hmm lets see...

    'The Faculty' · I've never understood why...but I've always LOVED this movie. Like...its awful...but its AMAZING at the same time How they managed to get all those actors for such a random movie baffles me...but as I said, fucking LOVE the movie

    'Fantastic Mr. Fox' · Wes Anderson seriously never disappoints me! Besides the animation being superb and a great job from the cast it was actually a very well though-out movie! It was very much Wes without actually slipping into his niche.

    'The Imaginarium Of Doctor Parnassus' · Didn't really know what to make of it, really! I mean the whole concept of imagination and keeping it alive was really cute, reminded me of 'The Neverending Story', but I kinda hated how
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    the concept of imagination was treated in a semi-religious way with all that talk to enlightenment and who knows what. I thought it kinda dampened the whole idea.
    Tom Waits was spectacular, as always!

    I have some movies lined up for this weekend that Im really excited to see! 'New York, I Love You' and I intend on watching 'The Goonies' for the first time
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    ^The faculty!!

    Adam: Oh my god this movie was adorable! I can't even imagine how hard it must be to live with aspergers syndrome, and the movie was a bit sad at times, but the relationship between the characters was just so darling. Although i can't say i was pleased with the ending, it felt a little premature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    ^The faculty!!

    Adam: Oh my god this movie was adorable! I can't even imagine how hard it must be to live with aspergers syndrome, and the movie was a bit sad at times, but the relationship between the characters was just so darling. Although i can't say i was pleased with the ending, it felt a little premature.
    Omg ahaha I still can't believe how similar our taste in movies is <3 'The Faculty' is just amazing haha!

    I've been wanting to see 'Adam' for a while now but most reviews I've read seem to say that its a bit more of a watered-down live-action version of 'Mary & Max'. I'll probably still give it a shot
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