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Old August 5th, 2013 (08:01 AM).
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Paranormal Activity 3. Highly recommended.

Silent House. Haunted house movie filmed in one go. Worth a rent.
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Old August 5th, 2013 (08:56 AM).
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Monster's University.

Smashin' good Movie! :3
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Old August 5th, 2013 (09:09 AM).
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Mud. Pretty good movie bout a grown man who's also a killer hanging out with children. Must see.
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I actually saw the Conjuring yesterday. I'm usually not crazy about horror movies (slasher flicks aside; those are my guilty crack-pleasure), but this one actually had some pretty cool moments in it.
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Old August 8th, 2013 (12:00 PM).
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Just saw Wolverine the other day with a mate, I really enjoyed the movie myself and loved most of the action scenes, but I'm probably biased seeing as the X-men as a whole never interested me: I was always more curious about their individual stories like this movie!
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Old August 8th, 2013 (09:21 PM).
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Jeff, Who Lives at Home.

This movie was actually directed by an actor from the TV show The League, which is a pretty unscripted and raunchy comedy. It also starred Ed Helms and Jason Segel, so I was kind of expecting it to be more humorous than it was. The movie turned out to be really upsetting and moving and brought a new light to these comedy actors. I was very happily surprised by how much I enjoyed this film.
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Quote originally posted by Kravex:
Just saw Wolverine the other day with a mate, I really enjoyed the movie myself and loved most of the action scenes, but I'm probably biased seeing as the X-men as a whole never interested me: I was always more curious about their individual stories like this movie!
I'm with you here, I get more interested in individual characters series rather than stuff like the Avangers xD


The Butterfly Effect, which for some reason I didn't watch until now. I just kept hearing good things about it and a teacher recommended me to watch it because I also watched Premonition, another movie similar to it. I really enjoyed it and recommend it to anyone who likes twists and unconventional, confusing thrillers :3

And I also watched Paranormal activity not long ago. It's not exaggeratedly scary, and I liked it, even if many say it's cheesy. I wanna watch the sequels now even if they aren't as good ;w;
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World War Z

One of the best movies this summer.
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Old August 9th, 2013 (05:44 PM).
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Last movie I watched was Red. For an old man, Bruce Willis looks mighty damn good. Gotta see the sequel next.
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Kung Fu Hustle (2004). This movie is so unique it's a 10/10 movie. Martial Arts + Good comedy = A must watch. I absolutely love Stephen Chow. Yes the plot is really silly, but that is what's good about it. Absolutely epic scenes. Genius movie. This movie is a gem.
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I think the last movie I saw was Van Wilder 2 - it wasn't nearly as good as the original but I did love the film. Ryan Reynolds was (surprisingly) great in the original and it certainly lacked his charm this time around, but Kal Penn did a great job of taking over the spotlight. He's been wonderful in everything I've seen him in so all in all it was a decent brainless movie; pretty good for a 4.4/10 on IMDb haha.
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I watched Into the Wild the other night. It did a really good job of making me never want to go into the woods again.
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I saw The Conjuring in theaters last Friday. In my opinion, it wasn't very scary. It was a good movie, but not scary.
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The Nightmare Before Christmas. That's a classic.

The Haunting in Connecticut. Based upon an expereince by Ed and Lorraine Warren.
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Old August 10th, 2013 (07:24 AM).
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The last movie I saw was This Is the End.

Not as good as it could have been and slow to get started but not bad if you like some rather stupid humour every now and again :D
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I watched The Master with Joaquin Phoenix, Amy Adams, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Really well made movie, but kind of mind bendy since you don't really like the characters since they're all kind of villains in their own ways.
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Old August 10th, 2013 (12:36 PM).
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Monsters University.

One of this summers hgihlights.
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Old August 10th, 2013 (01:15 PM).
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Just finished watching Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire about 20 minutes ago, it was an amazing movie. In my opinion, the best of the eight films as the Tri-Wizard Tournament was a great storyline, and then Voldermort appeared ...

Oh yeah, Robert Patterson (Cedric Diggory) died. <3
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Road to Perdition...kept losing concentration a bit - it's not a thrill ride, not an action movie, not a comedy...good film though.
Before that, little clips of Power Rangers: Turbo and the other power rangers movie - forgot how awful PR is :P

Last one I really enjoyed was Gangster Squad, bought it on DVD. Less true-to-life than The Untouchables, and more enjoyable for it. It really does seem like if a film has Ryan Gosling in it, it can't be bad.

@Meali: I was watching that before too! Gotta agree, it is one of the stronger ones. Although from what I remember they somehow managed to make the films of part 7 more entertaining than the book - I would've at least liked a bit of a duel before Harry died the first time in the book, the film gave us one afterwards which was nearly good enough.
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Old August 10th, 2013 (03:03 PM).
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I just watched Planes yesterday c:

It was rather adorable and a decent predictable Disney movie, but still wonderful!♡
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Morning Glory.

Very good, sad I never saw it when it first came out. I can relate to the main character a lot, eheh~
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I just got back from seeing Grown Ups 2 and I was impressed. It had me laughing almost the entire time; I think it's better than even the first one humor-wise. I appreciate how neither movie really tries to adhere to the typical slapstick comedic genre so the jokes aren't nearly as dry and humorless as you'd expect them to be.
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The last movie I watched was last night, it was "House on Haunted Hill", I love this kind of horror movies. I watch them with all the lights off and having something to eat or drink.

I had not seen the movie in years, so it was great to see it again.
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The last movie I saw was Elysium. Went with a friend from work earlier today. I thought it was amazingly well done. Though I think the end was pretty predictable, it was pretty well written and the production was great.

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I just got back from seeing Grown Ups 2 and I was impressed. It had me laughing almost the entire time; I think it's better than even the first one humor-wise. I appreciate how neither movie really tries to adhere to the typical slapstick comedic genre so the jokes aren't nearly as dry and humorless as you'd expect them to be.
I'm pretty surprised you liked that movie. I thought it was absolutely dreadful and a huge mistake in a life choice made by everybody involved.
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Old August 10th, 2013 (07:34 PM).
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Mouse Hunt and Cars. I didn't finish watching either of them today, but I love both. Mouse Hunt more than Cars. Mouse Hunt is one of the few movies I remember going to see in theaters when I was a little kid. It is a great movie, at least to me. You get to see a little mouse be awesome.

I am not going to explain Cars much because it is probably well known already.
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