What is the last movie you watched?

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  1. sfmaster

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    The Wolverine

    Just a depiction of an animal, raw and untethered. Coiled like a spring and ready to lash out. I enjoyed this quite a bit, good take on the character and his evolution.
     
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    The Wolverine happens to be the last movie I watched, too. I'll just say I support what sfmaster said up there ^ .
     
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    Midnight Run

    Such a great movie. To me this was just about the perfect combination of action/drama/comedy that seems to be out of favor these days. Oh and the chemistry between the actors was great, everything just clicked.
     
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    The World's End

    Good movie, it was weird though because when I went the theater was almost completely empty. It actually played out like more of a sci-fi/drama for me.
     
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    You're Next

    Fun little home invasion flick. A few twists with the genre made it feel a little like Cabin in the Woods. (I think CITW was better but this was pretty good)

    Wise Guys

    Interesting comedy about the mob! It was really unique and entertaining the way they took the usual gritty crime drama and turned it on it's head. And the cast was great.
     
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    Gravity

    Such a good movie about hope and despair in a life and death struggle.

    Monster Squad

    Fun horror comedy from the 80s, I would have loved this as a kid.
     
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    Rush

    All I can say about this movie is that it is amazingly powerful. I'm not sure how to describe it. It gripped me the whole time and the rivalry was intense. Even if you don't like racing, you need to see this movie. See it.
     
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    The Wild Bunch

    R rated western from the late 60s. Really good and contains the blurred morality that is a common thread through most westerns. (It also has some really over the top shoot outs.)
     
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    Curse of Chucky

    The latest installment in the franchise is pretty solid with a return to more of a pure horror feel and creepy atmosphere. It gets needlessly silly in spots and the digital effects are completely pointless but overall I would say this is the third best in the franchise. (Behind the first two of course) A bonus, it features the daughter of Brad Douriff (the voice of Chucky) in the lead role.
     
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    Thor: The Dark World.

    Norse mythology issues aside, it was good. I rather liked it. It certainly wasn't boring.
     
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    Loki alone makes Thor 2 worth seeing
     
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    Eden of the east: Paradise lost

    I love the whole series really and I find myself wondering what I would do if I was given something like a selecao phone.
     
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    I liked Eden of the East. Good stuff.

    The last movie I watched was just now, Pacific Rim. Awesome movie. Action from start to finish, not much filler at all. And do you really need anything more in a movie than giant robots fighting giant monsters?
     
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    The Wolf of Wall Street

    My kind of movie, Leo was electricity on the screen and it featured oodles of nudity and swearing. Of course it was weird though because I was watching it with my mom but I loved it personally.
     
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    (Two movies)

    Lego Movie

    It was awesome and funny and all sorts of goodness.

    Hammer

    Awesome true story of a deaf kid who would grow up to be a UFC fighter.
     
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    Gravity.

    ... It's Wall-E for adults.

    And unintentionally hilarious. >.<
     
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    I think the last movie we watched was when we Redboxed Into The Woods (waaaaaay late in the game on this one). I really, really liked parts of it, but also found it busier than it had to be and depressing (and I even like tragedy). It was one of those that, for me at least, the hype did not make sense at all.

    Ray's been talking non-stop about the new Avengers coming out, so I'm sure I'll be seeing it ASAP :)
     
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    I watched Blade and Blade 2 in the weekend. It has a nostalgic feel, the way they made movies at the time... and I mostly enjoyed it. Its also the first time I watched it, thought it was time to catch up. Blade 3 will be the next, planned for saturday.
     
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    oh wow, what was the last movie I watched? Must've been a year and a half since my last movie. Edge of Tomorrow?
     
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    Answering to the curiosity of my last post - Blade 3 is a bad movie.

    Now for why I'm here: Tucker & Dale vs Evil. That's an awesome movie. Sweet and comical while still respecting the fact that it's atleast suppose to be somehow about horror.

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