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    Recently i watch the movie "OZ the great and powerfull". The movie is in 3D format and i like it allot and enjoy every single moment of it.
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    The second half of How to Train Your Dragon-I've had an aversion to Dreamworks due to the third Shrek, but this was pretty good.
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    Watched Batman Under the Red Hood a little while ago, god I looove John D maggio's joker, got all the comedy of the Joker with the voice and sadistic nature of Ladd Russo, Loved him. Also liked the guy playing the red hood his voice fit the role pretty nicely and the animation was very nice.
    Overall not much I can really say but good film and dear god do I want Maggio to play more Joker roles.

    I also watched Iron man 3 a little while back as well, bit silly but very enjoyable as always Robert Downey is the glue that hold's the films together imo getting rid of him would be like getting rid of Captain Jack from pirates of the carribean the movie would just fall apart.
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    Just finished watching a "Community" marathon. It was fun. Also, seems Dan Harmon is coming back for the next season!
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    Star Trek - Into Darkness.
    Pretty sequences of 3D mayhem alternating with exposition-heavy scenes of characters making blubbing declarations about the emotional significance of what has just happened. Confused by unresolved sub-plots whose only function was to conveniently manoeuvre the plot to a point that we might even care, only to be resolved by no less than three deus ex machinas. But the greatest shortcoming was the poorly focused main jeopardy - the deadliest of sins you can commit in the action adventure genre.
    One or two good jokes helped to make this incompetent mess just about bearable. The best was when Scottie is half way through the word 'shit' and they jump cut to the doors of the bridge sliding open to onomatopoeically complete the word.
    That image sums up the film perfectly - The shit in the script patched over by smart special effects.
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    Scarecrow with Pacino and Hackman..Damn that some underrated stuff!
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    These are great adaptations of the comic. I had no idea!
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    I'm done with super movies for a while. Ironman 3 and Man of Steel felt like fan service. You can tell Hollywood has taken all of the successes and turned them into a recipe. They're becoming a monster. The sad thing is Hollywood is cutting back on everything else. Lincoln was almost released on HBO because it wasn't "epic" enough for theaters.

    Speilberg and Lucas want to raise ticket prices to $50. Because they want to spend more money on worse movies.
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    yup that's what they do! Milking that cow!
    I just watched Mystery team and I loved all the stupidity! Great comedy!
    Tonight I will watch apocalypse now! I never saw it! I know! what the @&#$ right?!
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    I do have to say those big ass movies had a good run. It was amazing they were any good to begin with. Oh well every flower wilts given enough time.
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    Just finished watching Spirited Away.
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    I thought Iron Man 3 was quite enjoyable. I liked that it had more Tony Stark and less action, or what I like to call "people punching each other in the sky". (Though the end was a little much.)

    Superman was kinda average, less story and more special effects.

    Star Trek was abysmal. It was all flashing lights and macho posturing - no substance at all.

    And yet I'm somehow excited for Pacific Rim. I mean, it's basically Transformers fighting Godzilla.. what could go wrong?!

    Oh and last night I saw Byzantium. I can't help but compare it to Interview with a Vampire, which I think is just awesome. Byzantium was okay.. not fantastic but not terrible either. I think it could have been pretty awesome if they'd dropped the teenage emo angle and just went full Anne Rice style. I felt like it was kind of stuck between two demographics and couldn't decide exactly who it was catering to.
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    dierat: I'm kinda curious about Pacific Rim too, although I fear it might be weak story wise,
    the imagery is just awesome. Conceptart, the movie, kind of thing

    For those of you that would like a good laugh, "the gods must be crazy" is highly recommended.
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