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What was the last movie that you looked at with your eyes or maybe just heard?


Only a Book Smart Nerd
Curse of the Golden Flower.


Only God Forgives
I am not getting the 37% on meta critic on this one... Boring? I had a chub throughout the entire movie and went full boner by the end.


Sports Fanatic
Catching Fire


Living a Boy's Adventure Tale
Blade Runner. First time watching it.

I felt like I didn't quite 'get' the movie. I mean, I thought it was good, but I feel as if I'm missing the real point of it.
Oh well, there's always time for a rewatch.

You and the rest of the mainstream movie watching audience when first released.

My turn...

The Switch:


I've been curious of this movie when it came out in theaters, but it was this month that I finally got to watch it at last, though I missed the first half-hour. A bit more bland than what I thought it'd be, but OK.

Hachi: A Dog's Tale:


The Americanized version of the 1987 Japanese movie (which was truly based off the true story). Regardless, THE FEELS...! I totally didn't expect that twist. And it's really well-made. It was hard for me to date the movie until near the end.


The Cat in the FAF
The last one I actually knew the name of I believe was Signs. Wonderful movie it was too. Gave me thrills. Its a shame the director has become more of a joke in recent days.


Only a Book Smart Nerd
Marvel's The Avengers.


Only a Book Smart Nerd
Pirates! Band of Misfits.

Dire Newt

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Welp, it was exactly what I thought it was going to be.

I actually watched this the same day as I watched The World's End. It's a good thing I didn't also watch Pirates: At World's End or else the universe might have exploded.

Sarcastic Coffeecup

Hand. Cannot. Erase.
Colour of Magic 1and 2.

I do so love Pratchett's universe and imagination.


'Net Help Desk
Flight of the Navigator.


Tetsuo: The Iron Man

So weird but I loved the hell out of it. A Lot of fascinating cinematography.

DUDE! I was just looking up the director who created that film the other day. Sadly most of his stuff is very expensive but I love extreme Asian flicks. Have you ever heard of Sion Sono? I hope to be seeing his movie 'Love Exposure' in a few weeks.

Anyway... the last movie I saw all the way was 'Blue is the Warmest Color.'