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    The Ruins - Blech. I would have been peeved had I spent $ to see this. I mean, that was the best "evil/baddy" they could come up with????

    i've already wathched that......
    last year???
    it's nice..but it's really super creepy,....

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    The Bank Job with Jason Stathom, it turned out to be really good. Its supposed to based on a true story, I'm going to have to look it up more since it really peaked my interest in finding out all the details. I really like movies like that. The Other Boelyn Sister/Girl had the same effect on me (along with watching The Tudors) and wanted to learn all about Henry and his many wives and children.

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    A friend (a male friend) gave me a copy of Twilight, so I felt compelled to watch it. Wow! That is one bad movie. Also saw Adventureland which I quite liked - very much in tune with the eighties movies it is harkening back to. And I am a big fan of Jesse Eisenberg and Martin Starr (he doesn't get near enough work), so that was a bonus. And the piece de resistance, Trailer Park of Terror, which is exactly what is sounds like, but just a bit more gruesome than you might think.
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    I watched Mamma Mia! yesterday. It was perfect for a Sunday evening; easy-going, feel-good movie, with some great music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rattus;3700299;
    A friend (a male friend) gave me a copy of Twilight, so I felt compelled to watch it. Wow! That is one bad movie. Also saw Adventureland which I quite liked - very much in tune with the eighties movies it is harkening back to. And I am a big fan of Jesse Eisenberg and Martin Starr (he doesn't get near enough work), so that was a bonus. And the piece de resistance, Trailer Park of Terror, which is exactly what is sounds like, but just a bit more gruesome than you might think.
    ahmmm....
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    but it's better if you read it....swear....

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    I finally saw Lars and the Real Girl. It was odd and heart-wrenching and I quite enjoyed it.

    I saw Adventureland too and I liked that as well... I don't have examples to compare and contrast but it felt familiar but not over done
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    The House Bunny - Glad I didn't waste one of my Netflix slots for this. My teen boys thought it was funny. I just thought it was really bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClosetRTWatcher;3704620;
    The House Bunny - Glad I didn't waste one of my Netflix slots for this. My teen boys thought it was funny. I just thought it was really bad.
    Yeah, my 18 year old daughter thinks that it's funny too (for a dumb movie). I thought that there were a few funny moments but it's not a movie that I would recommend. I did think that it was interesting to see Rummer (Rumer?) Willis and Katharine McVey ( Sorry, I know that I spelled their names wrong) in it.

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    Watched Jumper, boy was it awful. I think it could have been better with better actors and a better script.

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    I just got back from The Informant!; I really liked it...it's kind of meandering plot-wise, but it has a ton of great fun moments.

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