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    #91
    Captain America: Winter Soldier: Same look, feel, "quality" of the other avenger movies which is nice. Story had some holes in it but overall it was still enjoyable to watch. Some fight scenes were shot too close and cut to fast that they were just a blur. Not happy about that. One thing that was really annoying is Redfords collar during the movie. His shirt stuck up about 2 - 3 inches above his jacket.



    Johansson was fantastic. Better then in the Avengers.

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      #92
      Divergent. The book was much better. Still enjoyed the movie, though.

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        #93
        Her.

        But I really want to see Under The Skin and Only Lovers Left Alive. They haven't come around these parts yet, though.

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          #94
          I've got this year's Oscar run at the top of my Netflix DVD queue right now, last week we watched Blue Jasmine (had heard some mediocre reviews but we really enjoyed it, Woody definitely didn't try and throw a happy ending on it) and 12 Years A Slave (my one word review, Wow). Wolf Of Wall Street came in the mail yesterday so we may get to that tonight if the kiddo's bedtimes agree with us.

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            #95
            Originally posted by dackman View Post
            Wolf Of Wall Street came in the mail yesterday so we may get to that tonight if the kiddo's bedtimes agree with us.
            Get ready, it's basically 3 hours of sin.

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              #96
              I've heard, though in an entire career span, I can't say that I've found anybody else who does vulgarity and violence better than Scorsese.

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                #97
                Originally posted by gaseousclay View Post
                I haven't seen the Korean version of Old Boy, nor have I read the original Japanese graphic novel. I read a brief synopsis of the Korean film and there's a lot of overlap. they both basically have the similar endings/plot details that make your skin crawl
                I've only seen the original. It's enough to make me not want to see the new version.

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                  #98
                  Originally posted by dackman View Post
                  I've heard, though in an entire career span, I can't say that I've found anybody else who does vulgarity and violence better than Scorsese.
                  It's worth a watch, so long as you aren't offended by cursing, sex or drugs (I'm not giving anything away by this statement, given that it was torched for the same in the news). I read the book and it diverts from that a good bit, but it doesn't do a bad job with the story overall.

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                    #99
                    Yeah, I definitely wasn't trying to imply it wasn't worth a watch, more giving an alert about the length. I enjoyed it, but I'm a Leo fanboy, so that was to be expected.

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                      Originally posted by Siepi View Post
                      I enjoyed it, but I'm a Leo fanboy, so that was to be expected.
                      Out of the pictures he's done with Scorsese, he really hasn't had a bad performance. I'd say Gangs of New York was the weakest, and that's mainly because every single actor in the film was dwarfed by Lewis' performance.

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                        I felt like Wolf of Wallstreet was pretty much a white collar version of Casino. That being said, I enjoyed Wolf a lot more.

                        I watched it with my future in laws, so that wasn't awkward at all.

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                          Originally posted by Deke View Post
                          I watched it with my future in laws, so that wasn't awkward at all.
                          Funny, I have a friend from work who said he and his wife watched it with her very conservative parents. Exact same reaction.

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                            Originally posted by Deke View Post
                            I felt like Wolf of Wallstreet was pretty much a white collar version of Casino. That being said, I enjoyed Wolf a lot more.

                            I watched it with my future in laws, so that wasn't awkward at all.
                            Haha, this reminds me of when I was young, watching movies with parents on the only tv. Kids will just be watching on their phone and not have to have these awkward moments any more.

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                              Just watched Lone Ranger. Actually entertaining but I kept thinking "Here's Johnny again being the quirky sidekick guy".

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                                http://youtu.be/INd_i7RiwYs
                                Ben

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