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    Iron Man 3

    Wait, people enjoyed this? How? The technology was way too much in this one. Extremis made all of the battle scenes long and boring to watch, and also a million fucking suits are flying around at any given moment so that you have no idea what's going on. Cheadle is underutilized. JARVIS comes off as basically 100% human because his lines are lazily written. Downey is still charismatic, sure, but he's the only redeeming factor in the movie. Pearce was just OK as a villain, and that kid was a terrible actor. And that bar fight with the woman was the most ridiculous fight scene I've seen in any recent movie not called "Machete" or "Shoot 'Em Up." I actually laughed out loud at one point during that scene.
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    Iron Man 3

    A return to form after the disappointing 2nd. And shockingly, RDJ isn't even the best thing in it; Ben Kingsley blows him away with that performance.

    Star Trek Into the Darkness

    Loved it. More action than perhaps you would expect from a Trek venture and it was all awesome.
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    Thought Iron Man 3 was okay, mostly for the kids terrible acting and the cheesy one liners. It's very forgettable.

    Thought Star Trek was pretty excellent, I really liked Benedict Cumberbatch, I hope he gets a lot of roles.
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    Flight 6/10. Dezel Washington did such a good job, he played the part really well. I was hoping the ending was different, but overall I enjoyed it. It was a little depressing but still good.

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    Lincoln 7/10. It was very well done. It was very interesting to see the difference between the democrats and republicans back then. I kept thinking what if they came back to life and saw how different the parties are now what would they think. It was such a good history movie. The only thing I wish they did was do the assassination, it didn't do anything.
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    Step Brothers

    It was good. Not Ferrel's best work, though John C. Riley was pretty good in it.

    The Hunter

    Great stuff; Sam Neil in particular was a pleasant surprise to see in this.
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    Killer Joe

    Meh. It had moments, I guess. Juno Temple was sort of hot and disturbing at the same time, so that was a thing.
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    Django Unchained 10/10. Just pure fucking awesomeness, I mean Quentin Tarantino made it so of course it wasn't going to suck. I do have to say my favorite parts were the shoot outs, it's Quentin just love how he does it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiny Vessels View Post
    Django Unchained 10/10. Just pure fucking awesomeness, I mean Quentin Tarantino made it so of course it wasn't going to suck. I do have to say my favorite parts were the shoot outs, it's Quentin just love how he does it.
    I watched that movie for the first time recently I would give it a 6.5/10 definitely better than his last movie Inglourious Basterds

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    Gangster Squad 7/10.

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