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Old March 23 2013, 11:13 AM   #167
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Re: Movies Seen In 2013


A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III - free admission
Safe - DVD
The Mechanic - DVD
Jack the Giand Slayer 3D - free admission
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga - free admission
The Wiz - free admission
Battlestar Galactica: Blood & Chrome - Unrated Exteded Edition - DVD
Jay and Silent Bob Go Down Under - Netflix Instant
Lewis Black: In God We Rust - Netflix Instant
Jackass: The Movie - Unrated - Netflix Instant
Mardi Gras Massacre - free admission
Battle Beyond the Stars - Netflix Instant
Oz the Great and Powerful 3D - free admission
Nashville - free admission
Fat Man Little Boy - Netflix Instant
Craig Ferguson: I'm Here to Help - Netflix Instant
Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia - free admission
Josie and the Pussycats - free admission
Millennium - Netflix Instant
Trek Nation - Netflix Instant
Indecent Proposal - Netflix Instant
This Film is Not Yet Rated - Netflix Instant
The People vs George Lucas - Netflix Instant
Everybody's Fine - Netflix Instant
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone - free admission
The Call - free admission
Spring Breakers - employee screening

Spent my days ff watchin' Netflix.

Millennium was cheesy '80s scfi movie that I saw the trailer for a lot when I was a kid, but my dad would never let me rent it. Finally saw it...didn't much care for it.

TN was Eugene "Rod" Roddenberry's documentary lookin' at his father's legacy. He comes off as a bit of a tool, and there isn't much there for any fans of the franchise, no new insight at all.

IP was my 100th "new to me" movie of the year!

TFiNYR was a prett good documentary about the MPAA and how film ratings work.

TpvsGL just seemed like Star Wars fanboy outrage.

E'sF was an interestin' idea, about a widowed father goin' to see his adult children, but it bothered me that none of them had an honest relationship with him.

Thursday was spent at the Alamo Drafthouse.

Saw TIBW with my friend Carin. We both agreed that it started out slow, but got better. I thought Steve Buscemi's Antone was pretty funny, and its always cool to see James Gandolfini.

Followed that up with Halle Berry in The Call. Yeah, saw it just for Halle Berry. And, ya know, it was actually pretty good, 'til the endin'. Didn't much care for that...

And finally, an employee screenin' of Spring Breakers, which I didn't much care for at all. But it did premiere James Franco's new "don't talk" PSA, filmed durin' SxW, so there's that...

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