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Old September 30 2013, 06:51 AM   #505
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Re: Movies Seen In 2013

Spy Kids: All the Time in the World- Showtime on Demand
Arthur Christmas - Showtime on Demand
Gideon's Army - HBO on Demand
Home on the Range - Starz on Demand
The Darkest Hour - Showtime on Demand
Think Like a Man - DVD
The Vow - DVD
Puppetmaster - DVD
Apollo 18 - Showtime on Demand
Flipper (1996) - Encore on Demand
Horrible Bosses - HBO on Demand
Legal Eagles - HBO
A Sound of Thunder - HBO
The Land That Time Forgot - TCM on Demand
Bob Saget: That's What I'm Talking About- Showtime on Demand
The Descendants - HBO on Demand
He Said, She Said - Epix on Demand
Phunny Business - Showtime on Demand
Brother Bear - Epix on Demand
The Parent Trap (1998) - HBO
Nine Innings from Ground Zero - HBO on Demand
J. Edgar - Cinemax on Demand
Hyde Park on Hudson - HBO
A Thousand Words - HBO
War Horse - Showtime on Demand
Chimpanzee - Starz on Demand
Phil Spector - HBO on Demand
Muppet Treasure Island - HBO
Highlander: Endgame - Encore
The Haunted Mansion - Encore on Demand
Harold & Kumar go to White Castle - Starz
Game Change - HBO
What's Your Number? - HBO
Bob Saget: That Ain't Right - HBO
Patton Oswalt: Finest Hour - Showtime
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas 2D - Cinemax on Demand
Firestarter - Encore
The Sugarland Express - Cinemax
Pillow Talk- Encore
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus - Encore
XXX: State of the Union - Starz
Gozilla vs King Ghidorah (1991) - Encore
Godzilla vs Mechagodzilla (1993) - Encore
Jaws 2 - Cinemax
We Bought a Zoo - Encore
Louis C.K.: Oh My God - HBO
Ultimate Wolverine vs Hulk - DVD
Stand Up Guys - Epix on Demand
Pupper Master 2 - DVD
Free Willy - Starz
George Lopez: Tall, Dark & Chicano - HBO on Demand
The Emperor's New Groove - Netflix Instant
Rush (2013) - matinee

Picked up UWvsH for ten bucks at a Wal-Mart last week. I thought it was alright, not great. The animated comic is split into six parts, since it was a six issue comic series. I watched 'em all in row, so it counts.

SUG was alright...not the best work from Pacino, Arkin or Walken, but good enough to be entertainin'. And Walken was especially toned down, so it was a nice surprise.

PM2 sucked out loud, even worse than the first.

FW was a cute movie for the kids to watch. DVR'ed the first two sequels, too, but didn't have time to watch 'em this past week.

The George Lopez special was one that originally broadcast live from San Antonio, Texas. It got a bit preachy there towards the end of the hour & a half, but still worth watchin'.

Got back out to my sister's last night, and she has Netflix, but not cable...or even network television.

Watched TENG last night, between episodes of Burn Notice. I didn't care too much for it, thought it was too self aware and broke the fourth wall way too much. The nephews were watchin' the sequel for it this mornin', but we didn't finish it.

Took the nephews over to Lufkin this afternoon. They went to see The Wolverine 3D while I went to see Rush. I guess I would have figured the movie would be better if I gave a damn about racin'....I did like Chris Hemsworth, though. I don't think he's done a bad movie yet.

Back to watchin' Burn Notice right now, may watch a movie or two before I call it a night tonight, though.
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