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Old 07-31-2013, 08:34 AM
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Hot Fuzz was a limited release and didn't come to my town until like a month after it was initially released. St. Charles is probably the closest place to me that will have it.
Well then you'll be coming to the city.
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Old 07-31-2013, 08:48 AM
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I saw "The Conjuring" and "The Heat" with my wife on Sunday. Two nice surprises.

I hadn't heard much buzz about "The Conjuring" before seeing it, but now that I have, I can say that it's all deserved. Great movie. Legitimately scared the shit out of me on multiple occasions, and the fact that it's based on actual events makes it even more creepy. Lili Taylor was particularly good.

On a completely different note in terms of tone, "The Heat" was pretty much useless as a suspenseful cop story but of course that wasn't the point. The plot (which basically sucks) is merely an excuse to get Melissa McCarthy onscreen with Sandra Bullock, and together, the two of them just went crazy. I laughed out loud in the theater several times, and I wasn't the only one. These two chicks are funny as hell - especially together. McCarthy has been hitting the ball out of the park quite a bit lately - she might just be one of the funniest female actors around right now, and even though her schtick is a bit one-dimensional, it makes me crack up every time. I have no idea how she is the lead character on such a stupid show as "Mike & Molly", but all the rest of her stuff is pure comedy gold.
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Old 07-31-2013, 03:09 PM
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Agreed, I thought The Heat was fucking hilarious.
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The Wolverine was really damn good. Really violent too for PG13.
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The Wolverine was really damn good. Really violent too for PG13.
How so? It was pretty much like every other superhero film in terms of violence.
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The Wolverine was really damn good. Really violent too for PG13.
I agree, I mean when you think of Wolverine the character he is really not your typical hero, he's more brutal when it comes to taking out the enemy.Your not going to get that kind of violence from like a Spider Man or a Captain America film.
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Old 08-01-2013, 06:30 PM
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I agree, I mean when you think of Wolverine the character he is really not your typical hero, he's more brutal when it comes to taking out the enemy.Your not going to get that kind of violence from like a Spider Man or a Captain America film.
I know, I've read his comics, but for a PG-13 rating the body count was pretty high and sometimes pretty graphic.
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Old 08-01-2013, 06:43 PM
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I know, I've read his comics, but for a PG-13 rating the body count was pretty high and sometimes pretty graphic.
Yea, definitely some graphic stuff in there.Anyway it was a phenomenal movie, I can't wait for Days Of Future Past.
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Fruitvale Station is one of the most powerful movies I've seen in a long time. You know the ending is coming because it's a true story, but it's still heartbreaking and unjust as all hell. Just go see it and hopefully the Academy has taken notice and will give it some nominations when the time comes.
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Old 08-03-2013, 12:06 PM
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Fruitvale Station is one of the most powerful movies I've seen in a long time. You know the ending is coming because it's a true story, but it's still heartbreaking and unjust as all hell. Just go see it and hopefully the Academy has taken notice and will give it some nominations when the time comes.
Yup just saw that last night.
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