What was the last movie you watched? IV

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First Half
10/10

Second Half
0/10


And you guys complained about The Place Beyond The Pines dropping off significantly after the first act. Shit..
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Dan_87 wrote
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First Half
10/10

Second Half
0/10


And you guys complained about The Place Beyond The Pines dropping off significantly after the first act. Shit..
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Dan_87 wrote
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First Half
10/10

Second Half
0/10


And you guys complained about The Place Beyond The Pines dropping off significantly after the first act. Shit..
Vader182 wrote:
I don't say this often, but are you retarded.

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JAWS_Fan17 wrote:
mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:congrats on getting through the whole thing! care to post a top 5?
1. Skyfall 9.75/10
2. Casino Royale 9.5/10
3. License To Kill 9.5/10
4. The Man With The Golden Gun 9/10
5. Goldeneye 9/10
What about Goldfinger?

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Michael B. Jordan was amazing :clap: . Strong performances all around. I knew how it would end but I still got emotional watching the events unfold. I shed some tears. This is a story of a young flawed human being trying to better himself for his family and it all ends so tragically. I was afraid that it was going to get preachy or that the director was going to portray Oscar Grant as this perfect guy but the director simply gives you the facts of what happened that night. Oscar Grant was a real person with many flaws but he also had hopes and dreams and family and friends who loved him. This movie really is a celebration of his life and the impact he had on those he left behind.

Grade: A-

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Michael B. Jordan was amazing :clap: . Strong performances all around. I knew how it would end but I still got emotional watching the events unfold. I shed some tears. This is a story of a young flawed human being trying to better himself for his family and it all ends so tragically. I was afraid that it was going to get preachy or that the director was going to portray Oscar Grant as this perfect guy but the director simply gives you the facts of what happened that night. Oscar Grant was a real person with many flaws but he also had hopes and dreams and family and friends who loved him. This movie really is a celebration of his life and the impact he had on those he left behind.

Grade: A-
sweet :thumbup:

can't wait to see it.

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No lie, I saw that poster and totally thought Dave Chappelle.

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8.5/10

Probably one of the best cop movies I've seen. It's just well written and great acting all-round by Pena and Gyllenhaal.

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Alberto wrote:
JAWS_Fan17 wrote:
mchekhov 2: Chek Harder wrote:congrats on getting through the whole thing! care to post a top 5?
1. Skyfall 9.75/10
2. Casino Royale 9.5/10
3. License To Kill 9.5/10
4. The Man With The Golden Gun 9/10
5. Goldeneye 9/10
What about Goldfinger?
Number six.

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JAWS_Fan17 wrote:Number six.
Which is your least favorite and what do you give it?

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