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Old 05-27-2011, 01:10 AM   #10101 (permalink)
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I don't want to get my hopes up for one because I don't even know if this performed well enough to warrant a sequel.
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Old 05-27-2011, 07:46 PM   #10102 (permalink)
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A really great movie. One of the best movies I've seen lately
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Old 05-28-2011, 03:16 AM   #10103 (permalink)
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I was really excited to watch this movie, but it was too damn technical for my simple mind.

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Old 05-28-2011, 11:26 PM   #10104 (permalink)
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Ridiculous. All the Fast & Furious movies have ludicrous stunts in them, which is to be expected, but the amount of completely ridiculous scenarios in this movie was actually a little bit insulting. It was so insane I couldn't even appreciate what should have been an awesome, explosive, car chasing, action packed, mindless good time. Just terrible.
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The first movie on my Sunday Funday Alfred Hitchcock marathon. Absolutely loved it. Hitchcock is a genius. They just don't make mysteries like this anymore. Only one question still nags at me though...what was in the secret letter Mark wrote to Margot?
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Old 05-29-2011, 01:54 PM   #10106 (permalink)
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^Awesome. Second only to Rear Window for Hitchcock IMO.
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I've been on a Sidney Lumet kick, since he passed. This is has to be up there, when it comes to directorial debuts.



Great documentary on the first great Jewish baseball player. Makes me think what would have had happened him and other players that missed out on years of their career because of WWII.

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Ridiculous. All the Fast & Furious movies have ludicrous stunts in them, which is to be expected, but the amount of completely ridiculous scenarios in this movie was actually a little bit insulting. It was so insane I couldn't even appreciate what should have been an awesome, explosive, car chasing, action packed, mindless good time. Just terrible.
awww why can't you have a little fun with some of that stuff? I guess you just don't like the series overall.

As someone that likes the series , I went into it thinking well I'm in for some fast cars, ass and titties and I was shocked and appalled when it actually had a deeper plot and they decided to dig into the characters history a little bit to show you some of their past and how it relates to how they are today.



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The first movie on my Sunday Funday Alfred Hitchcock marathon. Absolutely loved it. Hitchcock is a genius. They just don't make mysteries like this anymore. Only one question still nags at me though...what was in the secret letter Mark wrote to Margot?
I have yet to watch that but I'd like to one day. What other Hitchcock movies did you watch in this marathon?
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Old 05-30-2011, 05:39 PM   #10110 (permalink)
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It sucked, sure, but:

a) not nearly as badly as the cinematic holocaust known as Highlander 2
b) a lot of the action scenes were well-choreographed and actually pretty good
c) it features some of the most hilarious overacting I've ever seen from a certain Bruce Payne



Dunno if I'm in a minority here or not, but I love this film. It's just moronic fun of the highest order.
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