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  1. #2021
    Saw Friday the 13th last night. I loved it!! It was great to see Jason move quick this time, instead of his usual slow pace.

    Going to catch it again tomorrow then I am good until Watchmen comes out.
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  2. #2022
    An Army captain (Humphrey Bogart) goes looking for his paratrooper buddy in the 1947 film noir mystery Dead Reckoning. Bogie learns that his pal enlisted to fight overseas in order to escape a murder rap; having been involved in a love triangle with a nightclub singer and her wealthy husband that ended with the death of the husband. But shortly upon returning home after the war, Bogart discovers that his buddy’s sultry singer galpal or the nightclub owner she worked for sent the poor guy’s car off a bridge with him still inside it.

  3. #2023
    I watched Indiana Jones and the Crystal Skull tonight and still thought it was great.
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  4. #2024
    Quote Originally Posted by JetsAndHeels View Post
    Saw Friday the 13th last night. I loved it!! It was great to see Jason move quick this time, instead of his usual slow pace.
    It's better because the new Jason is a local boy from my home town!

    Yet another Central Valley success story makes it big in Hollywood!
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  5. #2025
    Quote Originally Posted by JetsAndHeels View Post
    Saw Friday the 13th last night. I loved it!! It was great to see Jason move quick this time, instead of his usual slow pace.

    Going to catch it again tomorrow then I am good until Watchmen comes out.
    Saw it again earlier today and enjoyed it.
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  6. #2026
    A rising programming exec (Faye Dunaway) has an affair with an older colleague (William Holden) and exploits a nightly news anchor’s (Peter Finch) on-air descent into madness as a way to score higher ratings and garner greater audience share in the excellent 1976 satire Network. This movie is really more prescient than satire now, as it predicts the sensationalistic, ratings-driven, tabloid-news revolution in American media. Features one of the most memorable lines in cinema, when anchor Peter Finch implores his viewers to scream from their windows "I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take this any more!" Robert Duvall and Ned Beatty costar and the movie has Lance Henriksen in a small role.

  7. #2027
    Quote Originally Posted by Ji'dai View Post
    A rising programming exec (Faye Dunaway) has an affair with an older colleague (William Holden) and exploits a nightly news anchor’s (Peter Finch) on-air descent into madness as a way to score higher ratings and garner greater audience share in the excellent 1976 satire Network. This movie is really more prescient than satire now, as it predicts the sensationalistic, ratings-driven, tabloid-news revolution in American media. Features one of the most memorable lines in cinema, when anchor Peter Finch implores his viewers to scream from their windows "I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take this any more!" Robert Duvall and Ned Beatty costar and the movie has Lance Henriksen in a small role.

    I'm still trying to get my wife to watch that movie. I just it.
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  8. #2028
    Quote Originally Posted by pbarnard View Post
    I'm still trying to get my wife to watch that movie. I just it.
    I loved the scenes with the black female communist and Great Ahmed Kahn of the "Ecumenical Liberation Army." Some funny stuff.

  9. #2029
    Hit my Red Box at Walgreens and rented a couple of shows.

    Blindness was first.

    Not at all what I expected. I'm not sure what the point of the movie was really. The theme seemed to touch on the age-old addage that goes something like "In a world of the blind, the one-eyed man is king". It certainly holds true in this film.

    Intense. Disturbing.

    Second was Lakeview Terrace. It served as the ying to Blindness's yang. Sam Jackson plays THAT neighbor. You know, the one on your street who thinks he is king of the block. He has a screw loose, but I found myself empathizing with him. An interracial couple that moves into the neighborhood puts on a porno for JAckson's children and that pretty much sets Abel (Jackson's character) opinion of the couple. There are several times that Jackson's attempts to open up to the husband (can't remember his name), but the husband is too stubborn or just plain stupid to catch on. The story reminded me of Michael Douglass's flick from the 90s Falling down. Beats were similar.

  10. #2030
    I also saw Friday the 13th today....really enjoyed it. Was the only one in the theater til a couple came in.....was hoping Jason would come in the theater and take care of them.
    You'll be sorry, Pee-Wee Herman!

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