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Old February 25 2013, 08:04 PM   #125
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Re: Movies Seen In 2013


I thought I saw both Mulan movies on Netflix awhile back...I may check 'em out at some point, since I haven't watched 'em yet, either.

Warm Bodies - free admission
P.S. I Love You - DVD
The Lake House - DVD
Alonzo Bodden: Who's Paying Attention? - Netflix Instant
Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007 - Netflix Instant
Side by Side - free admission
Pennies from Heaven - free admission
Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid- DVD
The Lonely Guy - DVD
Batman: The Dark Knigth Returns, Part Two - DVD
Jesse Stone: Benefit of the Doubt - DVD
Side Effects - free admission
Funny Girl - free admission
Christopher Titus: Neverlution - YouTube
Ralphie May: Just Correct - YouTube
Top Gun 3D - IMAX
Fourplay: Tales of Sexual Intimacy - free admission
'Salem's Lot(2004) - DVD
Body of Lies - DVD
2013 Oscar-Nominated Shorts, Animated - free admission
2013 Oscar-Nominated Shorts, Live Action - free admission
A Good Day to Die Hard - free admission
Last Chance Harvey - DVD
Paul Williams Still Alive - free admission
The Treasure of the Sierra Madre - DVD
Invasion of the Blood Farmers - free admission
Safety Not Guaranteed - Netflix Instant
One Life - free admission
Identity Thief - free admission
The Switch - Netflix Instant
John Dies at the End - free admission
Singin' in the Rain - free admission

Went into work super early yesterday & did a double feature.

First up, John Dies at the End, the new movie from the guy who directed one of my favorite dumb movies, Bubba Ho Tep. There were a few too many dick jokes, but overall, I enjoyed this one, too. It was quite a bit of fun.

Followed that up with my first viewin' of the classic MGM musical, Singin' in the Rain. I though that Broadway melody, 'Gotta Dance' went on way too freakin' long, but other than that, I liked it. Find it hard to believe that my mother didn't have me watchin' this one when I was a kid...she loved a good musical. And it reminded me a bit of last year's The Artist, which was set in the same era, when silent films transitioned to "talkies".

Got a plan to see The Terminator tonight, which I've seen, as well as an '80s rock movie, Get Crazy, which I haven't.
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