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Last Live-Action Movie you Watched?

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Last movie I saw on TV was about 30 minutes ago. Hot Shots Part.. Deux? ... ... The second one.

Last movie I saw in theaters was Tower Heist, which I gotta say was a lot better than I thought it would be, and I didn't think it was gonna be bad to begin with. So glad I saw it.

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Hah. I run a movie theatre so I can prob keep at this thread daily. Last watched for me was Darkest Hour. Horrible movie, don't waste time or money if you're even considering it. Bad acting, even worse dialogue. CGI was subpar. 3D version is a 3D convert not even shot with real intended 3D cameras(as are most 3D releases these days). Might be good enough as a straight to DVD release. Definately made for TV SyFy channel quality.

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Real Steel...I was surprised...It didn't suck.

(I usually don't like anything that's not comedy or has multiple movies, as I never feel 2 hours is enough time to tell a truly good story. There are exceptions to this rule, mostly in Animation(Both American and Japanese))

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Gulliver's Travels. I'm not a Jack Black fan, but I thought I'd watch it because there were a lot of other actors/actresses that I recognized and enjoy. Overall, I didn't like it, though I'm not surprised. I'm also not a fan of comedy because I find most of it stupid. And I thought most of this movie was stupid.

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