Last movie you saw?

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  1. Daisyjayne

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    The Beast from 20000 fathoms (1953) I love the 50’s monster movies and I enjoyed this!
     
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  2. tharpdevenport

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    Well, it's changed. I saw "Let There Be Light" a few days ago.

    My review on IMDb kind of sums it up; titled: "Let There Be Okay".
     
  3. Velocity

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    Saw Justice League. We enjoyed it although we didn't see BvS so some of it was a little obscure. Plus, the villain was....not compelling. So, a lot of villains sport horns, it seems lately.
     
  4. Smellincoffee

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    In theaters: Mystery on the Orient Express. On DVD, re-watch: Die Hard. On DVD, new to me: The Lords of Flatbush.
     
  5. auntiehill

    auntiehill The Blueness Premium Member

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    Justice League

    Meh.
     
  6. Ar-Pharazon

    Ar-Pharazon Vice Admiral Premium Member

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    I finally watched Yellowbeard on blu-ray yesterday. Just as funny as the DVD, but better looking.
     
  7. Balok's Decoy

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    Murder on the Orient Express. Not bad! I'm a big Branagh fan. It was very self-aware and tongue in cheek. Great fun.
     
  8. Kor

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    The live-action Ghost in the Shell movie. It was okay.

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  9. Scribble

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    That's the first view review I've seen of it. The critics seem to think that it's not so much of a classic whodoneit? as much as a whydoit?.
     
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  10. Balok's Decoy

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    LOL yeah I've heard it got kinda middling reviews. I had never seen the original though or read the book, so maybe that's why I really enjoyed it.
     
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  11. Satron

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    The Blu-ray edition of the television cut for Superman - The Movie.
     
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  12. cosmic mouse

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    I recommend this film to anyone looking for a post-apocalyptic, surreal, existentialist, and mildly sarcastic/ironic viewing experience. The short running time also worked to the film's advantage since this type of film could easily get bogged down in its own "thought-processes"...

    8/10 on the mouse rating scale.
     
  13. 1001001

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    The Man From Earth

    Fascinating stuff. Lots of Star Trek alums.

    It held my attention really well, considering its 90 minutes of dialogue that takes place in one room.