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Old January 22 2013, 06:52 PM   #64
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Re: Movies Seen In 2013

Playback - Netflix Instant
Parenthood (1989) - DVD
Young Adult - Netflix Instant
Django (1966) - free admission
Django Unchained (2012) - free admission
Housesitter - DVD
The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (1974) - YouTube
The Sting - free admission
This is 40 - free admission
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey 3D/HFR - free admission/free admission
Parental Guidance - free admission
The Sting II - Netflix Instant
Abduction - Netflix Instant
Dial M for Murder 3D - free admission
Gangster Squad - free admission
Zero Dark Thirty - free admission
Treasure Planet - Netflix Instant
The Scorpion King 3: Battle for Redemption - Netflix Instant
Commando - Netflix Instant
Battle Royale II - Netflix Instant
The Invisible War - Netflix Instant
Texas Chainsaw 3D - free admission
Lawrence of Arabia - free admission
Ron White: A Little Unprofessional - DVD
Valkyrie - DVD
Our Man Flint - DVD
Something from Nothing: The Art of Rap - Netflix Instant
Margin Call - Netflix Instant
In Like Flint - DVD
Purple Rain - free admission
Mama - free admission

Watch the James Coburn Flint films on DVD the last couple of days. Picked 'em up for cheap from Big Lots a couple of weeks ago. Obviously a James Bond '60s spoof, Coburn's Flint is America's answer to M16's super spy, though he doesn't work directly for the government. He's rich, has women at his beck & call, is super smart, and has a lighter that has 83 different uses.

Too bad the movies aren't that good.

Watched a couple of movies via Netflix the other night. First up, a documentary about the history of rap music produced & directed by Ice-T. Maybe if I were more into the musical genre, I'd have been more interested...I just watched it out of curiousity.

Followed that up with Margin Call, which has a really good cast that included Jeremy Irons, Kevin Spacey, Paul Bettany, Demi More & Zachary Quinto. And its based on the market crash of '08. Well worth watchin'.

Had a double feature after work last night. Got into Music Monday's Prince movie just as my shift ended. The music was good, but the actin' was terrible, which I guess I should have expected.

Followed that up with Mama with my friend Maeby. And that one was pretty good, considerin' its a creepy kid horror movie. Liked it quite a bit more than the last creepy kid horror movie she & I went to see a few months ago.

Got a plan to see Broken City tonight, and maybe Promised Land...
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