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Old December 20 2013, 07:26 PM   #642
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Re: Movies Seen In 2013

Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder - Netflix Instant
Computer Chess - Netflix Instant
The Iceman- Netflix Instant
Kill List - Netflix Instant
Daydream Believers: The Monkees Story - Netflix Instant
Bad Kids go to Hell - Netflix Instant
Dragonheart - HuluPlus
Dragonheart: A New Beginning - Netflix Instant
AE: Apocalypse Earth - Netflix Instant
Atlantic Rim - HuluPlus
Jackass Number Two - Netflix Instant
Abelar: Tales of an Ancient Empire - Netflix Instant
WarGames: The Dead Code - Netflix Instant
Starship Troopers 2: Hero of the Federation - Netflix Instant
We're the Millers - Extended Cut - DVD
Hellraiser - Netflix Instant
Bruce Bruce: Loosin' It - Live in Boston - HuluPlus
Desperado - Netflix Instant
Once Upon a Time in Mexico - Netflix Instant
GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling - Netflix Instant
The World's End - DVD
Iron Man / Hulk Heroes United - DVD
Blackfish - Netflix Instant
Radio Bikini - Netflix Instant
My Sucky Teen Romance - Netflix Instant
Nightmares in Red, White & Blue: The Evolution of the American Horror Film - Netflix Instant
The Messenger - Netflix Instant
Talhotblond - Netflix Instant
Billy Jack - Netflix Instant
The Brady Bunch in the White House - Netflix Instant
The Other Dream Team - Netflix Instant
Hey, Boo: Harper Lee & To Kill a Mockingbird - Netflix Instant
Jamie Foxx: I Might Need Security - Netflix Instant
Blitz - Netflix Instant
Lovelace - Netflix Instant
Berberian Sound Studio - Netflix Instant
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes - Netflix Instant

Billy Jack was kinda dull...Netflix has the first sequel available, but at three hours long, I'm not in a rush to watch it.

TBBitWH is the second sequel of the rebooted franchise. Shelley Long and Gary Cole reprise their roles of Carol and Mike Brady, but the kid actors were all too old to continue. A series of what the fuck?! moments startin' with a lost lotto ticket lead the Brady Bunch to become the First Family, with Mike as the president & Carol as the vice president. Seriously, the fuck?!

TODT was a pretty good documentary about the Lithuanian basketball team sent to the Olympics in 1992. It gave a comprehensive history of the sport in Lithuania, as well as how the were exploited by the Soviet Union, up until the country's independence. And that the Grateful Dead helped the Lithuanian basketball team with a donations of cash & clothin' was kind of awesome.

HB was a nice biographical documentary about Harper Lee and her great American novel turned classic film, To Kill a Mockingbird.

Watched Jamie Foxx's standup from 2001, when he was just beginnin' his film career...too bad it wasn't that funny.

Blitz was a fairly decent suspense - ish movie with Jason Statham as a tough, abusive cop who is investigatin' a serial cop killer in London played by Game of Thrones's Littlefinger.

Lovelace had an impressive cast includin' Amanda Seyfried, Peter Sarsgaard, Chris Noth, Robert Patrick, James Franco & Sharon Stone, but it was a mediocre biopic of for the girl who rose to porn stardom as the star of Deep Throat.

BSS was a slow boil of a psychological thriller starrin' Tobey Jones. Not quite sure what I was watchin' by the time it was done.

I've got The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes playin' now...not too bad, if a bit more comical than I would expect from a Sherlock Holmes film.
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