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5:22 am, Oct 18 2012
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Hotel Transylvania: More cute than funny, but still very much enjoyed it!
Inside: This was one of my favorite movies years back but after re-watching it's just okay.
Angel's Melancholy: I fail to see why this movie is so disturbing to people. The only thing that was disturbing was the two animal abuse scenes (more rage worthy than disturbing though).

May be seeing Sinister this Halloween. The Paranormal Activity movies are God awful but Insidious was one of my favorite movies. Any one seen it? Any good?

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10:37 am, Oct 19 2012
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Looper. It was okay.

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3:01 pm, Oct 19 2012
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Naruto: Road to Ninja
Fairy Tail: Houou no Miko

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3:15 pm, Oct 19 2012
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A Chinese film called Love for Life.

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7:54 pm, Oct 21 2012
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Green Hornet
very funny/entertaining movie


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10:07 am, Oct 23 2012
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Sunny
It's on Netflix. It's in Korean, but it's one of the best movies I've seen.

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6:58 am, Oct 24 2012
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The Ramen Girl - I enjoyed listening to the Japanese, and thought it was pretty inspiring; it wasn't that good, though I didn't have high hopes to begin with. It sure did make me laugh a lot (and close to crying once) when she was first in the ramen shop though, she hardly understood Japanese so they were calling her crazy all the time... XD

A movie I really really recommend though, is The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. I hardly ever buy movies after I've already seen them once, but this one I just had to. It was rather sad at times, but so eye-opening, enthralling, and interesting to watch. I think it's a rather sad thing that the majority of the people who watched it in the movie theater were older and not younger people, because I as a young person benefited from watching the movie greatly.

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7:38 am, Oct 24 2012
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Naruto Road to Ninja. It's surprisingly decent.

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8:16 pm, Oct 26 2012
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Tokyo Monogatari, it's counted as a classic Japanese movie (it was made 1953)! smile
And apparently you have to see it at least once in your life time, or so my sensee says! biggrin

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8:46 pm, Oct 26 2012
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You Are the Apple of My Eye
It's in Chinese and apparently it was the director's first movie. It wasn't amazing, but it was still beautiful.

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9:26 pm, Oct 26 2012
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Seducing Mr. Perfect & The art of seduction.

.. It's not like I'm trying to seduce anyone, or something.

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10:37 pm, Oct 26 2012
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Death Bell. I watched it the day before yesterday in my class with my classmates using class's projector xD But we only watched 3/4 of it.

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11:02 pm, Oct 26 2012
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Judge Dredd (the remake)
Way better than the first one, but it was a Stallone movie so didn't take much.

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7:43 am, Oct 28 2012
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Raiders of the Lost Ark
Temple of Doom
The Last Crusade
E.T., the Extra-Terrestrial
Pillow Talk
Close Encounters of the Third Kind


(Yah... I know... a bunch of Spielberg films... with a random 1960s romcom wedged in there). But CE3K was pretty impressive. First time seeing it, and now understanding why my parents would try to hum/sing a 5-tone theme whenever the name was mentioned. bigrazz

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8:35 pm, Nov 6 2012
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Snow White And The Huntsman

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