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Old May 29 2013, 07:25 AM   #263
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Re: Movies Seen In 2013


Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy - HBO on Demand
Pain & Gain - free admission
Iron Man Three 2D/3D - free admission/free admission
On the Town - free admission
Public Enemies - DVD
New York, I Love You - DVD
The World Before Her - free admission
The Legend of Billy John - free admission
Star Trek Into Darkness IMAX/3D - free screening/free admission
The Great Gatsby 3D (2013) - free admission
Iron Man: Rise of Technovore - DVD
Cabaret - free admission
The Source Family - free admission
Detention (2011) - free admission
Turkish Star Trek (1973) - free admission
Pieta - free admission
Superman Unbound - DVD
Behind the Candelabra - HBO
Inhumans - DVD
The Hangover Part III - free admission
Enter the Dragon - free admission
Nightmares in a Damaged Brain - free admission

Five movies since Sunday, three of 'em just today!

Caught BtC on HBO late Sunday night, my roommate and I had both been waitin' to see it, but I went ahead & watched it without her. I can totally see where it was deemed "too gay" for theatrical release. Michael Douglas was awesome as Liberace, though, and Matt Damon did well enough as the younger lover. Rob Lowe was hysterical just to look at and Dan Aykroyd did alright in his supportin' role as Liberace's manager/publicist. And I was suprised to see Scott Bakula in it, too.

I finished watchin' Inhumans, a motion comic from Marvel Knights Animation, on DVD early this mornin'. Its a twelve-part series, each part about ten minutes long (not includin' credits). Not too bad an introduction to a group of characters/society in the Marvel universe I wasn't that familiar with. And it helped to have crossover characters like Reed Richards, Black Widow & Prince Namor, not to mention the Thing chew toy. That was a nice touch.

Went over to the Ritz this afternoon for a triple feature.

First up, The Hangover Part III, which was actually kinda funny. I liked it a lot more than the second one, though the first is still the best of the three movies. I think Bradley Cooper could have used more moments other than variations of "What the fuck?" And its almost always fun to see John Goodman in a production, and I think this was the first time where I've seen him in a role that actually acknowledges his body type since Rosanne (when he body checks Zach Galifanikas to the ground, it was all belly).

Also, if ya haven't seen it yet, be sure to stick around for the mid-credit bonus.

Followed that up with Enter the Dragon, the Bruce Lee classic from the '70s. That dude was ripped, holy crap! I'm sure I must have seen this movie as a kid, based on my brother's tastes in movies back when we were younger, and some of it seemed kinda familiar, but I'm addin' it to the list, anyway.

And finally, this week's Terror Tuesday movie, which was about a psychotic axe murderer who stalks a family in Florida while havin' nightmares about the murders he committed as a teenager. It was pretty damn cheesy, and had a WTF?!? endin' if there ever was one.

Gonna try to get to Epic and Fast & Furious 6 in the near future...and After Earth and Now You See Me both open this weekend!
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