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Old 05-21-2014, 09:50 PM   #721
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Speaking of Westerns, have you ever seen The Big Country?

Wildly underrated. One of those in the genre that has become forgotten as Westerns turned into oversimplified, 'shoot em up', inaccurate and glorified portrayals of violence (not that those types of movies aren't AWESOME! )

The cast comprises of: Gregory Peck, Charlton Heston, Burl Ives, Chuck Connors, Jean Simmons and tons of other older more known stars (not quite Walter Brennan/Ward Bond types, but recognizable faces nonetheless).

Just great stuff.
never seen that one, but will check it out if you recommend it!

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Old 06-05-2014, 12:20 AM   #722
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Old 06-16-2014, 01:21 AM   #723
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The wife & I had a date night... and saw:
22 Jump Street

Awesome.

They broke the 4th wall & made fun of the fact that it was essentially the same story. In the same vein, the very end (right before/during the credits) is priceless.

But, don't worry: the skeleton was the same (going under cover, finding the drug dealer), but the new stuff was amazing.

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Ice Cube on campus. I hadn't laughed that hard in a while. Then, he texts Doug... and I lost it completely.

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Finally saw the new Godzilla movie in 3D last week. Frickin' awesome! I really hope there's a sequel in the works from the same team. They did a great job. 4 out of 5 stars.
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Finally saw the new Godzilla movie in 3D last week. Frickin' awesome! I really hope there's a sequel in the works from the same team. They did a great job. 4 out of 5 stars.
Coincidently, I just saw his first movie: Monsters.

I've heard that Monsters & Godzilla are akin to Following & Memento for Christopher Nolan: no budget to big budget.

Did Godzilla have the same level of character development?
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just saw the new x-men movie and malificent, both were really good imo
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I watched some real winners over the weekend. My wife and I recently cancelled our Netflix and Hulu so we will actually be productive this summer. We still have YouTube and watched two made for tv movies. The first was called In Broad Daylight starring Brian Dennehy, Cloris Leachman, Chris Cooper, and Marcia Gay Harden. It's based on the true story of Ken McElroy, a town bully who is eventually murdered by the people of the town. There were 30-40 eyewitnesses, but nobody was ever charged with the crime as nobody would say who shot him. The story was really intriguing, but the movie suffered from a lack of budget. If someone were to make it into a real motion picture, I'd definitely watch it again. 3/5 stars.

Last night, we watched the three-hour tv miniseries Joseph from the mid 90s. It's the story of Joseph, son of Jacob, from the Old Testament. There were some decent supporting actors like Ben Kingsley and Martin Landau, but it was definitely done on the cheap. Some of the scenes were a little heavy-handed. During one scene, my wife says "Every bible story needs a good martyr." It wasn't terrible, and the 3-hour runtime wasn't too excruciating, but I won't be watching it again. 2.5/5 stars.
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I watched The Killing Room again. More of a thinky movie, but I've watched it maybe 4-5 times now I like it so much.

Then, there's A Hatful of Rain a very gritty 50s movie about a vet integrating back into life after the Korean war. Much grittier and raw than The Best Years of Our Lives. It could easily be remade today.
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I have seen two movies in theaters this month; one good, one not.

A Million Ways to Die in the West is exactly the type of comedy haters of Seth McFarland have been waiting for. It's not totally horrible, but it's all the worst things about his comedic 'styles' stretched into a two hour movie. 5/10

Edge of Tomorrow was a surprising good, arguably great (comparatively speaking), action/sci-fi movie. The trailers don't do it justice. It's entertaining as hell, with only intermittent clichés. 7-to-7.5/10
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