Movie Day

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  1. Rids

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    Loving the multi screen life!

    Today watched while working - The Escape; Remember the Titans and 2 Guns.

    What's the last movie you've watched?
     
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    Took the day off today and hoping to catch up on some movies that been sitting on our PVR for a while.

    Oblivion
    Man of Steel
    Walter Mitty

    Although, I really want to see End of Watch, so I may just end up renting it instead.
     
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    Horrible bosses 2 is hilarious
     
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    Added to the movie watching today with Friday Night Lights and the Lego Movie.

    FNL the show was more interesting I think. The movie was decent but chopped up too much.
     
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    Watched Oblivion today and it wasn't that bad actually.
     
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    Another day another pair of movies (you'll catch a trend here...movies = articles so check the website).

    With the kids = Wreck It Ralph (free on the Disney Anytime app so go get it)
    Without the kids = Grudge Match (love these old guys!)
     
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    Penguins of Madagascar was good.

    Saw The theory of Everything yesterday. Very good.

    I've been on a bit of a movie kick of late
     
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    Working on another article so popped in The Adjustment Bureau. Very underrated movie that is pretty compelling. The book that it's based on is written by the same individual that also wrote the books that Total Recall, Blade Runner and Paycheck were based on.
     
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    Going to see Interstellar tomorrow. Heard some good about it.
     
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    Ok dude that was warped. Where do they come up with that stuff?
     
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    Scientology conventions.
     
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    That TARS thingy was pretty cool. Hark back to those 60s sci-fi days.
     
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    Today's additions:

    Zoom - a Tim Allen movie that was like a mix of Galaxy Quest and that X-Men First Class thing that I didn't really watch. Not sure I'd recommend going out and finding this one but if you stumble across it for free it's alright. Courtney Cox and Chevy Chase are also in it.

    Driving Miss Daisy - been a long time since I've watched this. Great movie. Little more impactful with recent events and now living down here.
     
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    Looking forward to The Hobbit with Jonathan Crompton lookalike Thorin Oakenshield.
     
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    Night at the Museum: amusing

    Annie: entertaining

    Unbroken: a must see. Thumbs up tomb raider.
     
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    Yeah, took the kids to go see the latest Night at the Museum and I'd give it the same "Amusing" rating.
     
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    Watched Red 2 on the plane. Fun little flick with Bruce Willis doing what Bruce does. You can watch it independent of the first one.

    Lincoln Lawyer was another good one with a twist or two.
     
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    Exodus : From Batman to Moses. Not too bad for Bale.

    The Imitation game: Sad ending for a great hero.
     
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    Kid movies took things over today.

    How to Train Your Dragon 1&2 took over the living room today. Good series that are worth the watch if you like cartoon movies.
     
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    Watched 300:Rise of an Empire today.

    It was a lot more CGId then I thought it was going to be - which is saying a lot, as I expected it to be.

    But overall it was decent and tied well into the first movie.
     

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