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    Another to put on my list...I had forgotten about that one. I would think it does ask hard questions about one's values - where do you place your family? Why do you even have a family when they are at risk? How far would you go to protect those you love or feel a responsibility?

    Off to Netlix. P.S. the second movie can be placed on Save.
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    We watched The Family with Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer, as a mafia family relocated to Normandy under the witness protection program after he snitched on his fellow mobsters. Not as good as I'd hoped, but it had a few moments of black humor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waywyrd View Post
    We watched The Family with Robert De Niro and Michelle Pfeiffer, as a mafia family relocated to Normandy under the witness protection program after he snitched on his fellow mobsters. Not as good as I'd hoped, but it had a few moments of black humor.
    I think the funniest parts I saw in the previews, it wasn't bad ( $1.50 from Redbox)
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    We just watched Lone Survivor yesterday. It was really good. I can't believe some of the things that happen to our men while serving our country. Super good movie, not for faint of heart (the boys get really torn up), and I love the end when they show the pictures of the guys from the real Red Wings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mesachick View Post
    We just watched Lone Survivor yesterday. It was really good. I can't believe some of the things that happen to our men while serving our country. Super good movie, not for faint of heart (the boys get really torn up), and I love the end when they show the pictures of the guys from the real Red Wings.
    Rent 'Murph: The Protector' a documentary about 1 of the guys. Excellent!!

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    Neighbors - it was was hilarious. I assumed that they showed all the funny parts in the previews, but I was pleasantly surprised that it was good.
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    Words and Pictures starring Clive Owen and Juliette Binoche. Really sweet - and not fluffy - romantic dramedy about two of my favorite things - art and the written word.
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    Godzilla ...wow it was horrible! I love action movies, I grew up loving Godzilla, but Godzilla basically made a cameo in this one. Blech! And I was so looking forward to it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by libgirl2 View Post
    Godzilla ...wow it was horrible! I love action movies, I grew up loving Godzilla, but Godzilla basically made a cameo in this one. Blech! And I was so looking forward to it.
    How did it compare to the Matthew Broderick Godzilla movie from the late 90's" That one wasn't great, but I'll admit to a certain fondness for it.

    Sad that one of Bryan Cranston's first (or was it actually the first?) movies after Breaking Bad turned out to be such a clunker.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Critical View Post
    How did it compare to the Matthew Broderick Godzilla movie from the late 90's" That one wasn't great, but I'll admit to a certain fondness for it.

    Sad that one of Bryan Cranston's first (or was it actually the first?) movies after Breaking Bad turned out to be such a clunker.
    I never saw the Broderick one but my husband did and he said that one was a hair better. I really expected with Bryan Cranston (and some really good actors) this would be a stellar movie (or at least fun). It was neither. I thought Pacific Rim was closer to that "Godzilla" feel then this movie.
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