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    graaf, interesting similarities in the assassinations of JFK, RFK, MLK, regarding "killer bots" who took the fall.

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    Shame--an NC17 rated move that stars Michael Fassbender as a sex addict. Avoid at all costs! Not that it was well done, per se, it just wasn't worth doing--it had nothing to say. (Most of the time, literally, as there are prolonged shots of Michael sitting around brooding, in between "encounters" with prostitutes, strangers, and himself, the latter numerous times per day.)
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    The Iron Lady - great acting, not much else. A very disappointing film for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vesteralen View Post
    The Iron Lady - great acting, not much else. A very disappointing film for me.
    The Iron Lady, no doubt, was largely panned because of The King's Speech success a year earlier. And the dislike many had for Thatcher can't be discounted.

    I haven't seen it. I've grown weary of Streep's (sidenote, she turned 63 four days ago) larger-than-life roles. Favorites for me remain, The Bridges of Madison County, Out of Africa.

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    Dragon Squad (2005)

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    I think the last movie I watched was Pirates of the Caribbean number 2 (it was on tv, though I believe my sister owns all the dvds... ). I've watched number 1 way too many times, which reminds me, I must watch it again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaestroViolinist View Post
    I think the last movie I watched was Pirates of the Caribbean number 2 (it was on tv, though I believe my sister owns all the dvds... ). I've watched number 1 way too many times, which reminds me, I must watch it again.
    You read easy books and you watch easy film.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ComposerOfAvantGarde View Post
    You read easy books and you watch easy film.
    It may be easy but it's hilarious!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vesteralen View Post
    The Iron Lady - great acting, not much else. A very disappointing film for me.
    Thank you for your comment, i have just saved 6.00$. I wasn't very convinced, but now I know is not worth renting it.

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    My last movie was the woman in black... With Daniel... Harry potter's actor. The movie is too long, the ending is predictable. Nice acting. A mystery without much mystery. Long and dark, dark on purpose, long... I don't no why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by myaskovsky2002 View Post
    My last movie was the woman in black... With Daniel... Harry potter's actor.
    I think you mean Daniel Radcliffe. I think, I wouldn't know, I haven't watched any of those movies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaestroViolinist View Post
    I think you mean Daniel Radcliffe. I think, I wouldn't know, I haven't watched any of those movies.
    Yes, I didn't remember his family name.

    M.P.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaestroViolinist View Post
    I think you mean Daniel Radcliffe. I think, I wouldn't know, I haven't watched any of those movies.
    You haven't watched Harry Potter? You haven't missed anything! You'll ruin yourself if you start watching those films. They are some of the few things in the world that are worse than JK Rowling's books.

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