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post #145 of 373

Erik's in a plane somewhere right now so I'll just do this to myself.

 

:offtopic:

post #146 of 373
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Erik's in a plane somewhere right now so I'll just do this to myself.

 

:offtopic:

 

Hey I preemptive myself for that already :-D

post #147 of 373

Enough Said - Eagle. Lovely, sweet movie about relationships and compromise that doesn't come across as overly saccharine. Gandolfini showed great comedic timing and never thought of Tony Soprano. 

 

 

post #148 of 373

3 Days to Kill, with Kevin Costner. 

 

Honestly one of the better Costner movies. One character I did hate, but really not an important piece, just an annoyance. The primary important characters were really well done. It was a fun movie to watch. 

 

Overall, Solid Par. 

post #149 of 373
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The Fifth Estate

Lipped in a long par putt.

 

Might have been a bogey except for the importance of the story.

 

(I almost typed "The Fifth Element," which I'd rate as a birdie. Multi-Pass?)

post #150 of 373

Watched Drinking Buddies with the wife over the weekend on Netflix. I had never heard of it, so I didn't know what I was getting into. But overall, I'd say it's a solid sandy. Nice start, a little dodgy in the middle, but a nice save for par in the end.

post #151 of 373
Watched Now You See Me.

I give it a rattled in par. It was fun, at least. I saw most of the big twists coming. Isla Fisher is hot.
post #152 of 373
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Watched Now You See Me.

I give it a rattled in par. It was fun, at least. I saw most of the big twists coming. Isla Fisher is hot.

Ugh..double boogie in my book.:yucky:

post #153 of 373

Godzilla! 25 foot birdie for the trailer. Hope the movie is as good. Some odd casting in a big budget monster movie - Juliette Binoche. David Strathairn.

 

 

post #154 of 373
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Heisenberg is just going to kill him with the blue stuff.

 

At least water doesn't kill him like the aliens in Signs.

post #155 of 373
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Heisenberg is just going to kill him with the blue stuff.

At least water doesn't kill him like the aliens in Signs.

That was too easy, the ending in Signs. Swing away.

Frozen - birdie.
post #156 of 373
My inner comic book nerd is getting really excited for the new Avengers!
post #157 of 373
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Watched Drinking Buddies with the wife over the weekend on Netflix. I had never heard of it, so I didn't know what I was getting into. But overall, I'd say it's a solid sandy. Nice start, a little dodgy in the middle, but a nice save for par in the end.

I'd been meaning to watch Drinking Buddies for a while, finally did today.

I give it a birdie. I didn't love the ending, but only because you could kinda tell what was going to happen, and I just didn't want it to.

Overall, great movie. It helps that anything with Anna Kendrick and Olivia Wilde couldn't possibly get worse than a par rating.
post #158 of 373

Recently re-watched WALL-E. Pixar's best ever. Tap in eagle.

 

 

post #159 of 373
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Recently re-watched WALL-E. Pixar's best ever. Tap in eagle.

 

 

 

Now that is a debate among it self,

 

Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3, Finding Nemo, Up

 

I mean, its hard pressed to actually name a best ever when it comes to Pixar. :-P

post #160 of 373
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

Now that is a debate among it self,

Toy Story, Toy Story 2, Toy Story 3, Finding Nemo, Up

I mean, its hard pressed to actually name a best ever when it comes to Pixar. b2_tongue.gif
I'd agree with nevets, I think, if I was forced to pick a best ever. But, yeah, they're pretty much all good. Speaking of Up ...

Watched Guess Who's Coming To Dinner (again) last night ... I'd give this one an eagle as well. Phenomenal movie. Spencer Tracy died two weeks after filming, and apparently Katharine Hepburn never watched the finished film.
post #161 of 373

It's like choosing between best ice cream flavors. They're all good.

post #162 of 373

Saw Non-Stop last night, I give it a ho-hum par. The reveal was kind of dull but I do enjoy seeing Liam Neeson is this action roles.

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