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Old 06-02-2009, 08:07 AM   #2011
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The City Of Ember.
The idea of the story was great, but the execution was a little less than what I had hoped. It was still a good movie though. The production value was very good. This is one I am glad I saw in High Def. I think I will read the book next as I am sure it is better than the movie. This movie had Tim Robbins in it in a somewhat small supporting role with some unknown (to me at least) kids in the leads so that was kind of interesting.
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Watched my Netflix selection of Marley and Me. A great movie, but a bit sad at the end, then saw Star Trek at the theater. I enjoyed it and it was nice to see Leonard Nimoy being Mr. Spock again, albeit older. It's the kind of film that needs to be seen on the big screen to be fully appreciated.
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Old 06-03-2009, 11:05 AM   #2013
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I have a dvd set of Christy , so watched that.
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He's Just Not That Into You

I watched this new chick flick about dating last night on the dish. I enjoyed it. :)
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Old 06-04-2009, 11:58 AM   #2016
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Did anyone see movie 'Up"? Supposed to be some kind of animation movie that this guy said he wants to see again and again and again. He found it fascinating. Ran some kind of preview of it and it surely does look great. I would like to go to 'Rush Hour' showing if I can. Kind of have hectic schedule all of sudden. Got to remember, ONE day at a time, ONE day at a time! If anyone did see it would you please share your thoughts.

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Old 06-04-2009, 12:41 PM   #2017
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Did anyone see movie 'Up"?
I have not seen it yet, but is the next movie I will be seeing. I have been wanting to see it for months and have heard great things from the people who have seen it.
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Did anyone see movie 'Up"? Supposed to be some kind of animation movie that this guy said he wants to see again and again and again. He found it fascinating. Ran some kind of preview of it and it surely does look great. I would like to go to 'Rush Hour' showing if I can. Kind of have hectic schedule all of sudden. Got to remember, ONE day at a time, ONE day at a time! If anyone did see it would you please share your thoughts.

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I have not seen it, but you can see some reviews HERE (this is where I go for all my reviews)
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I watched Florence Nightingale on dvd I bought.
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The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Liked the movie, loved the music.

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