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Old October 23 2012, 05:09 AM   #1109
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Re: Movies Seen in 2012

Hatari! - DVD
Bachelorette - free admission
Hotel Transylvania 3D - free admission
Looper - free admission
Won't Back Down - free admission
Taken 2 - free admission
Pitch Perfect - free admission
Frankenweenie 3D - free admission
The Perks of Being a Wallflower - free admission
Miami Connection (1987) - employee screenin'
Salt - DVD
The House at the End of the Street - theater
Wake in Fright - free admission
Sinister - free admission
Beer is Cheaper than Therapy - matinee
Here Comes the Boom - free admission
Argo - free admission
End of Watch - matinee
Paranormal Activity 2: Unrated Director's Cut - DVD
Paranormal Activity 3 - DVD
The Mummy (1932) - free admission
Creature from the Black Lagoon 3D - free admission
Paranormal Activity 3: Unrated Director's Cut - DVD
Alex Cross - matinee

Decided to skip the free screenin' of Cloud Atlas tonight, went to an early bird matinee of Alex Cross, instead.

I agree with Captain Craig, the shaky cam durin' the final fight sequence was out of place and annoyin'. Completely unnecessary.

And I don't see why this couldn't have just been a generic cop drama. They just used Alex Cross for the name, or brand or whatever, 'cause the character Tyler Perry was playin' wasn't the same guy from the books.

But, I will give 'em credit for not usin' an origin story to develop Alex Cross as a bad ass detective/profiler. No flashbacks to the police academy or medical school. They didn't have to show him assemblin' his team, they were already there. And the movie kicked off with 'em chasin' a baddie. Kinda wish the folks who made superhero movies would follow this approach.

Think I may go see Seven Psychopaths tomorrow. For sure goin' to see An American Werewolf in London tomorrow night...
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