What is the last movie you watched?

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  1. Zyta

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    Beauty and the Beast

    I had forgot how good this movie actually was until I re-watched it.
     
  2. sfmaster

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    Real Steel

    I was surprised by how good this is! Really fun father and son story with fighting robots!
     
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    The Wolf Children Ame and Yuki

    That was an amazing movie by the director of The Girl Who Leapt Through Time and Summer Wars (and the miscellaneous Digimon 2,000 Movie)

    I have been a fan of his work since the girl, but really became interested after watching summer. This movie went above and beyond my expectations.
     
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    Evil Dead (remake)

    It was pretty good. I would have liked if it had a bit more comedy in it though. That is what put the original movies over the top.
     
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    Saw Silence of the Lambs on TV yesterday. Such a good movie.
     
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    I watched Twister yesterday,
    Oldschool classic
     
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    Saw a couple of movies recently.

    "42"

    Good movie about Jackie Robinson. Reminded me of when it was ok to make a feel good movie. People are too cynical these days.

    "Cosmopolis"

    I guess this was based on a book. Not for everyone and I certainly wouldn't put it up there with some of the other stuff Cronnenberg has done. Had an interesting style to it though and I don't mind things that are a little different from the norm.
     
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    Iron Man 3. Very entertaining.
     
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    Iron Man 3. They did a good job, and it may have my favorite Stark line yet.
     
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    Just came back from the Evil Dead. It was OK.

    Edit: The end boss was a bit: "What?".
     
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    Iron Man 3.

    If you have any remote understanding of how much I love Marvel you would know what I thought about it lol
     
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    My Dinner With Andre.

    Its a more modern classic (1981) and its a fantastic example of how a movie can consist of being nothing but dialogue.

    The whole movie is two friends having dinner together discussing things. Its worth a watch.
     
  13. Paladin_girl

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    Just saw Iron Man 3. That wonderful combination of technoporn and smartarsery that makes it worthwhile.

    Waiting for the after-credits was so worth it too.
     
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    Star Trek Into Darkness

    I really enjoyed it. They didn't bother trying to make it bigger than the first but instead opted for a more personal story. Don't get it twisted though, phasers were indeed set to entertain...Oh my...
     
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    A Clockwork Orange

    I must say, this week has been full of movies I watched that were new to me. This one struck me, though. It was really intense, but I did find it interesting as well. I want to read the book.
     
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    Into Darkness.

    I think they did an amazing job, some great reversals of the classic story and enough references to the original stories that I had to clap a few times (One in particular)

    Good flick.
     
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    The Fast and the furious 6

    Really fun movie. Lots of bang for the buck and some funny moments too. If you just want some cheap thrills this would be a great watch.
     
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    Monsters University

    Fun movie! It was a lot better than what I expected. It is a very effective prequel and hit all the right spots.
     
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    This is the End.

    Funnier than I thought it would be. Enjoyed it. Surprised at the gore.

    And yes. British food is bland.
     
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    Pacific Rim

    It was like my inner 7 year old was jumping for joy. At the same time the level of care and the attention to detail involved were astonishing. Del Toro is so good it is silly.