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Old 02-25-2012, 06:52 PM   #81
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seen 3 movies so far this year.. they were all decent but I wont be buying on Blu

In Order

Top Movies/ Will be Buying on BD

1. Goon



Enjoyed but wont be buying on Blu

2. The Woman In Black
3. Chronicle
4. The Grey
5. The Vow
6. Safe House




Hated/Disliked

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Old 02-26-2012, 05:48 PM   #82
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1) The Artist 9.5/10
2) Chronicle 8.5/10
3) Kill List 8.5/10
4) War Horse 7/10

Watched in Cinemas
Watched on Blu
Released 2011 US but 2012 UK
Watched in 3D
Watched TV/Rent/Netflix etc.
New Addition
Remaining Films of 2014 I'll check out: Fury. Nightcrawler. Mr. Turner. Interstellar. The Drop. The Imitation Game. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. Horrible Bosses 2. Men, Women and Children. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Dumb and Dumber To. Exodus: Gods and Kings. Big Eyes. Unbroken.
Best Films of the Year so far: Boyhood. Calvary. Frank. Godzilla. Gone Girl. The Rover. The Raid 2. The LEGO Movie. Under the Skin.
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Old 02-28-2012, 10:28 AM   #83
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1. He Loves Me | A cute, witty, and surprisingly dark examination of the nature of relationships; A modern romantic classic. | MVP: Zoe Kazan
2. The Secret World of Arrietty | Simple yet magical; Quality wholesome fun for all ages. | MVP: Hiromasa Yonebayashi


3. Clown: The Movie | Extremely irreverent and raunchy; A top-notch road trip buddy comedy that will leave you in stitches and awe. | MVP: Frank Hvam
4. The Grey | Two-thirds mainstream, one-third art-house tale of survival. | MVP: Liam Neeson


5. Haywire | Typical action plot presented in a not-so-typical manner. | MVP: Steven Soderbergh
6. The Innkeepers | A nice, little haunted house tale that's slightly higher on comedy than scares. | MVP: Sara Paxton


7. The Hunter | Competent eco-drama featuring breathtaking locales. | MVP: Robert Humphreys
8. Chronicle | The three leads are great, but found-footage has more than worn out its welcome. | MVP: Dane DeHaan


9. The Woman in Black | An inferior (but passable) remake loaded with jump scares and baffling revisions.
10. Silent House | Excellently eerie first half goes downhill thanks to laughably lazy writing and a tired twist. | MVP: Elizabeth Olsen
11. Snowtown | Disturbing but meandering account of Australia's most infamous murders. | MVP: Lucas Pittaway
12. The Vow | Harmless, average date movie. | MVP: Rachel McAdams


13. Headhunters | Mindless violence. | MVP: Aksel Hennie
14. Underworld: Awakening | An amalgamation of everything wrong with Hollywood.

* Titles in red are movies most recently watched.
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TOP 10 OF 2014: Boyhood | The Raid 2 | Guardians of the Galaxy | X-Men: DoFP | We Are the Best! | Life Itself | The Double | Gone Girl | Nightcrawler | Edge of Tomorrow
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Old 02-28-2012, 10:54 AM   #84
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1) The Artist 9.5/10
2) Chronicle 8.5/10
3) Kill List 8.5/10
4) War Horse 7/10

Watched in Cinemas
Watched on Blu
Released 2011 US but 2012 UK
Watched in 3D
Watched TV/Rent/Netflix etc.
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The secret world of Arietty 8/10
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Old 03-03-2012, 01:40 PM   #85
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1) The Grey
2) Haywire
3) Chronicle

I wonder whether to include films that premiered in festivals or in other places around the world last year. I loved Arrietty, saw Rampart earlier this week, got to see A Separation (just began to play) but I consider those 2011 films. I think Arrietty was first released in 2010.
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Old 03-03-2012, 10:56 PM   #86
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1) The Artist 9.5/10
2) Chronicle 8.5/10
3) Kill List 8.5/10
4) War Horse 7/10
5) This Means War 3.5/10

Watched in Cinemas
Watched on Blu
Released 2011 US but 2012 UK
Watched in 3D
Watched TV/Rent/Netflix etc.
New Addition
Remaining Films of 2014 I'll check out: Fury. Nightcrawler. Mr. Turner. Interstellar. The Drop. The Imitation Game. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. Horrible Bosses 2. Men, Women and Children. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Dumb and Dumber To. Exodus: Gods and Kings. Big Eyes. Unbroken.
Best Films of the Year so far: Boyhood. Calvary. Frank. Godzilla. Gone Girl. The Rover. The Raid 2. The LEGO Movie. Under the Skin.
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Old 03-04-2012, 05:02 AM   #87
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1. Chronicle 4/5
2. Safe House 4/5
3. Act of Valor 3/5
4. This Means War 3/5
5. Tinker, Tailor, Solider, Spy 2/5

Old movies rereleased

1. Beauty and the Beast 3D 5/5
2. Star Wars Episode I 3D 4/5
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Old 03-05-2012, 03:38 AM   #88
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In Order

Top Movies/ Will be Buying on BD

1. Goon



Enjoyed but wont be buying on Blu

2. The Woman In Black
3. Chronicle
4. The Grey
5. The Vow
6. Safe House


Hated/Disliked

7. ATM

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Old 03-05-2012, 07:44 PM   #89
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So far:

1. Act of Valor
2. Safe House
3. Contraband

Will be adding all three of these flicks to my blu-ray collection.
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Old 03-08-2012, 09:46 AM   #90
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1. He Loves Me | A cute, witty, and surprisingly dark examination of the nature of relationships; A modern romantic classic. | MVP: Zoe Kazan
2. The Secret World of Arrietty | Simple yet magical; Quality wholesome fun for all ages. | MVP: Hiromasa Yonebayashi


3. Clown: The Movie | Extremely irreverent and raunchy; A top-notch road trip buddy comedy that will leave you in stitches and awe. | MVP: Frank Hvam
4. The Grey | Two-thirds mainstream, one-third art-house tale of survival. | MVP: Liam Neeson
5. John Carter | A sci-fi epic with a nice mix of everything. | MVP: Michael Giacchino


6. Detachment | An insightful and grim look into the American education system and the state of the youth. | MVP: Carl Lund
7. Goon | A blood-soaked underdog sports comedy featuring an amusing ragtag bunch of misfits. | MVP: Seann William Scott
8. Haywire | Typical action plot presented in a not-so-typical manner. | MVP: Steven Soderbergh
9. The Innkeepers | A little haunted house tale that's slightly higher on comedy than scares. | MVP: Sara Paxton


10. The Hunter | Competent eco-drama featuring breathtaking locales. | MVP: Robert Humphreys
11. Chronicle | The three leads are great, but found-footage has more than worn out its welcome. | MVP: Dane DeHaan


12. The Woman in Black | An inferior (but passable) remake loaded with jump scares and baffling revisions.
13. Silent House | Excellently eerie first half goes downhill thanks to laughably lazy writing and a tired twist. | MVP: Elizabeth Olsen
14. Snowtown | Disturbing but meandering account of Australia's most infamous murders. | MVP: Lucas Pittaway
15. The Vow | Harmless, average date movie. | MVP: Rachel McAdams


16. Headhunters | Mindless violence. | MVP: Aksel Hennie
17. Underworld: Awakening | An amalgamation of everything wrong with Hollywood.

* Titles in red are movies most recently watched.
BLU-RAY WISHLIST: Before Trilogy | The Circus | Cure | The Decalogue | Departures | It's Such a Beautiful Day | Linda Linda Linda | The Man Who Planted Trees | Mon Oncle d'Amérique | My Sassy Girl | The Red Balloon | Roman Holiday | Woman in the Dunes

TOP 10 OF 2014: Boyhood | The Raid 2 | Guardians of the Galaxy | X-Men: DoFP | We Are the Best! | Life Itself | The Double | Gone Girl | Nightcrawler | Edge of Tomorrow
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Old 03-09-2012, 09:24 AM   #91
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1. Chronicle 4/5
2. Safe House 4/5
3. John Carter in IMAX 3D 3.5/5
4. Act of Valor 3/5
5. This Means War 3/5
6. Tinker, Tailor, Solider, Spy 2/5

Old movies rereleased

1. Beauty and the Beast 3D 5/5
2. Star Wars Episode I 3D 4/5
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Old 03-13-2012, 09:40 AM   #92
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My first-ever film of 2012 is...

1.) John Carter 3-D 4/5 *

* = seen in cinema.

More to come later! Just saw the trailer for "The Avengers," and I can't wait already!
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Old 03-14-2012, 11:47 PM   #93
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Currently have seen 24 movies in the theater during the 2012 calendar year

2012 FILMS

One for the Money - (02/03/12)
The Woman in Black - (02/04/12)
The Vow - (02/17/12)
The Secret World of Arrietty - (02/18/12)
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island - (02/18/12)
This Means War - (02/26/12)
Project X - (03/03/12)
21 Jump Street - (03/08/12)
John Carter - (03/10/12)
Silent House - (03/11/12)

8/10 (B)
The Grey - (01/27/12)
Man on a Ledge - (01/28/12)
The Lorax - (03/02/12)

3/10 (D+)
Underworld: Awakening - (01/21/12)

2/10 (D)
The Devil Inside - (01/08/12)

OTHER FILMS SEEN IN THEATERS DURING 2012 CALENDAR YEAR

A Dangerous Method - (01/29/12)

10/10 (A+)
Beauty and the Beast 3D - (01/13/12)
The Artist - (01/21/12)

10/10 (A)
Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace 3D - (02/10/12)

9/10 (A-)
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy - (01/09/12)
War Horse - (01/14/12)

8/10 (B+)
Shame - (01/22/12)

8/10 (B)
The Iron Lady - (01/15/12)

7/10 (B-)
We Bought a Zoo - (01/02/12)

If a grade has not been posted, I have not done a review yet as of this posting
Blu-Ray Total: 479
Slipcover Total: 234
Steelbook Total: 30
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Old 03-15-2012, 01:23 PM   #94
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Movies I have seen so far:

1. Red Tails 3/5
2. *Star Wars Ep1 3D 3/5
3. Thin Ice 3.5/5
4. *21 Jump Street 4/5

* = movies to be added to my movie collection
Top 10 Favorite Movies in No Particular Order: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Empire Strikes Back, Sherlock Holmes Smarter Brother, Spider-Man 2, Young Frankenstein, Some Like It Hot, Shaolin Soccer, Ben-Hur, Fist of Legend, Star Trek

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Old 03-17-2012, 06:06 AM   #95
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1. He Loves Me | A cute, witty, and surprisingly dark examination of the nature of relationships; A modern romantic classic. | MVP: Zoe Kazan
2. The Secret World of Arrietty | Simple yet magical; Quality wholesome fun for all ages. | MVP: Hiromasa Yonebayashi


3. Clown: The Movie | Extremely irreverent and raunchy; A top-notch road trip buddy comedy that will leave you in stitches and awe. | MVP: Frank Hvam
4. The Grey | Two-thirds mainstream, one-third art-house tale of survival. | MVP: Liam Neeson
5. John Carter | A sci-fi epic with a nice mix of everything. | MVP: Michael Giacchino


6. 21 Jump Street | Solid and clever buddy cop movie; Maybe Tatum should stick to comedy. | MVP: Jonah Hill
7. Detachment | An insightful and grim look into the American education system and the state of the youth. | MVP: Carl Lund
8. Goon | A blood-soaked underdog sports comedy featuring an amusing ragtag bunch of misfits. | MVP: Seann William Scott
9. Haywire | Typical action plot presented in a not-so-typical manner. | MVP: Steven Soderbergh
10. The Innkeepers | A little haunted house tale that's slightly higher on comedy than scares. | MVP: Sara Paxton


11. The Hunter | Competent eco-drama featuring breathtaking locales. | MVP: Robert Humphreys
12. Chronicle | The three leads are great, but found-footage has more than worn out its welcome. | MVP: Dane DeHaan


13. The Woman in Black | An inferior (but passable) remake loaded with jump scares and baffling revisions.
14. The Loved Ones | Interesting premise, shaky execution; Needs a good remake. | MVP: Robin McLeavy
15. Silent House | Excellently eerie first half goes downhill thanks to laughably lazy writing and a tired twist. | MVP: Elizabeth Olsen
16. The Snowtown Murders | Disturbing but meandering account of Australia's most infamous murders. | MVP: Lucas Pittaway
17. The Vow | Harmless, average date movie. | MVP: Rachel McAdams


18. Headhunters | Mindless violence. | MVP: Aksel Hennie
19. Underworld: Awakening | An amalgamation of everything wrong with Hollywood.

* Titles in red are movies most recently watched.
BLU-RAY WISHLIST: Before Trilogy | The Circus | Cure | The Decalogue | Departures | It's Such a Beautiful Day | Linda Linda Linda | The Man Who Planted Trees | Mon Oncle d'Amérique | My Sassy Girl | The Red Balloon | Roman Holiday | Woman in the Dunes

TOP 10 OF 2014: Boyhood | The Raid 2 | Guardians of the Galaxy | X-Men: DoFP | We Are the Best! | Life Itself | The Double | Gone Girl | Nightcrawler | Edge of Tomorrow
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1. He Loves Me | A cute, witty, and surprisingly dark examination of the nature of relationships; A modern romantic classic. | MVP: Zoe Kazan
2. The Secret World of Arrietty | Simple yet magical; Quality wholesome fun for all ages. | MVP: Hiromasa Yonebayashi


3. Clown: The Movie | Extremely irreverent and raunchy; A top-notch road trip buddy comedy that will leave you in stitches and awe. | MVP: Frank Hvam
4. The Grey | Two-thirds mainstream, one-third art-house tale of survival. | MVP: Liam Neeson
5. John Carter | A sci-fi epic with a nice mix of everything. | MVP: Michael Giacchino


6. 21 Jump Street | Solid and clever buddy cop movie; Maybe Tatum should stick to comedy. | MVP: Jonah Hill
7. Detachment | An insightful and grim look into the American education system and the state of the youth. | MVP: Carl Lund
8. Goon | A blood-soaked underdog sports comedy featuring an amusing ragtag bunch of misfits. | MVP: Seann William Scott
9. Haywire | Typical action plot presented in a not-so-typical manner. | MVP: Steven Soderbergh
10. The Innkeepers | A little haunted house tale that's slightly higher on comedy than scares. | MVP: Sara Paxton


11. The Hunter | Competent eco-drama featuring breathtaking locales. | MVP: Robert Humphreys
12. Chronicle | The three leads are great, but found-footage has more than worn out its welcome. | MVP: Dane DeHaan


13. The Woman in Black | An inferior (but passable) remake loaded with jump scares and baffling revisions.
14. The Loved Ones | Interesting premise, shaky execution; Needs a good remake. | MVP: Robin McLeavy
15. Silent House | Excellently eerie first half goes downhill thanks to laughably lazy writing and a tired twist. | MVP: Elizabeth Olsen
16. The Snowtown Murders | Disturbing but meandering account of Australia's most infamous murders. | MVP: Lucas Pittaway
17. The Vow | Harmless, average date movie. | MVP: Rachel McAdams


18. Headhunters | Mindless violence. | MVP: Aksel Hennie
19. Underworld: Awakening | An amalgamation of everything wrong with Hollywood.

* Titles in red are movies most recently watched.
What do the MVP's stand for?
Remaining Films of 2014 I'll check out: Fury. Nightcrawler. Mr. Turner. Interstellar. The Drop. The Imitation Game. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1. Horrible Bosses 2. Men, Women and Children. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies. Dumb and Dumber To. Exodus: Gods and Kings. Big Eyes. Unbroken.
Best Films of the Year so far: Boyhood. Calvary. Frank. Godzilla. Gone Girl. The Rover. The Raid 2. The LEGO Movie. Under the Skin.
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What do the MVP's stand for?
Most Valuable Player.
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Old 03-17-2012, 11:02 PM   #98
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Well, seeing how i've only seen one movie this year so far in theaters, it would have to be 21 jump street. Really funny movie.
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Every movie I've seen so far this year I won't be buying on Blu, with the exception of TPM as I already have it. I enjoyed watching most of them, but not to the extent where I want to watch them again.

1. Safehouse 3/5
2. This Means War 3/5
3. John Carter 3/5
4. The Grey 2/5
5. Star Wars Episode I 3D 4/5
6. Chronicle 3/5
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