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    It's Complicated and Monster-In-Law! Loved them.

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    OMG *dead*

    Just a few weeks ago I was discussing 'The Pagemaster' with a friend who hadn't seen it and I was just madly reminiscing at how much I loved it. For some odd reason it was playing on TV today!!! Haha I just love that movie, totally takes me back to being a kid!
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    Has anyone seen A Prophet? I keep hearing it's good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave View Post
    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
    Seriously! Every movie you post about i am just like !!!!!!!!!!!!

    I would definitely recommend Adam. Its just so cute, and funny, and kind of heartbreaking at times.

    Shadowboxer
    I was expecting it to be better. But i was also expecting Joseph Gordon Levit to play a bigger role. The story seemed really scattered, and there wasn't a lot of connection from scene to scene. The style of photography changed throughout the movie, and it jumped forward in time constantly, which made it feel sort of messy.

    Uncertainty
    Thankfully, Joseph Gordon Levit was a main character in this movie. The concept was very interesting, and i like how it was split into two stories that each explored how one small decision (in this case, where they should spend their day out) can change your day so drastically.

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    Love Happens and I hope they serve beer in hell! <3

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    I saw 'New York, I Love You' the other day. I didn't think it was nearly as good as 'Paris, je t'aime' but I didn't think it was awful. My favourite short(s) were by FAR the ones with Ethan Hawke. I think that that segment was the most ingenious one and it really took a side-step from the almost forced 'artsyness'. Speaking of forced, the short starring Shia LeBeouf frustrated me SO much. Visually and musically it was stunning but the storyline was SO self-indulgent and pretentious! Alongside the Ethan Hawke one, I though the Bradley Cooper one was very endearingly done! And omg the old people <333

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    I think its kind of odd that the next one is going to take place in Shanghai, I think the way they ended Justin Bartha's segment would've been the perfect springboard to take the next one to Rome!
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    New york, i hate you.

    I do not like arts movies haha so this was not a good choice for me!

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    'Franklyn' I just...I dont even.... In all honesty part of the reason I didnt even pay attention was because I was drunk off my face but it just seemed far too self-indulgent and took itself way too seriously. I think some part/storylines were totally expendable and the end was literally just some sort of excuse (I wont say much else at the risk of ruining it for anyone).

    Part of me does want to watch it again, though- just to see if sobriety helps with the comprehension of whateverthefuck was going on
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    Avatar - I thought it was pretty good.

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    ^^
    I kind of agree. I saw 'Franklyn' back in the summer, and i was really excited for it after reading about it online, but when i watched it, i was kind of like "...Oh.....I see". I'm not gonna say i didn't like, although i do tend to overrate movies sometimes, but it was kind of like i was watching 2 movies that had been cut an pasted together. The connections between the story lines didn't become obvious until half way though, so i when it would switch over i would be completely lost. And then the end was like...anyone could have thought of that.
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    The plot description made it sound like alternate realities or something, not just some crazy guy.


    Fantastic Mr. Fox
    I saw this with my friends for my birthday. I was a tad worry it was gonna be a kids movie, not that i have a problem with kids movies, but i had higher hopes for this movie. Thankfully they were met. I totally loved it! It had sort of an indie movie feeling, and as an artist i was really impressed with the whole style and direction, and the creation of the characters.

    The best part for me was when the wolf raises his fist! I died.

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