What are some good movies ethier in theater or to rent

8/27/02 @ 12:33 PM
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2huntnfish
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What are some good movies ethier in theater or to rent?

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1/13/18 @ 6:27 PM
mooselegs
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The Mountain Between Us

Stranded on a mountain after a tragic plane crash, two strangers must work together to endure the extreme elements of the remote, snow-covered terrain. Realizing that help is not on the way, they embark on a perilous journey across hundreds of miles of wilderness, pushing each other to survive and discovering their inner strength.

Excellent!.....DW and I both enjoyed it....great ending!


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1/5/18 @ 2:31 PM
Route66
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"Godless"..... on Netflix.   A western.  An underground Silver mine blows up leaving a town with mainly widows.  Then the desperado's show up.

Very violent.

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1/1/18 @ 12:57 PM
mooselegs
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Watched "Catch Me If You Can" with Leonardo Dicaprio.....saw it when it first came out in 2002.......great movie!



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12/31/17 @ 10:26 PM
BugleTrout
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Funny that the Hateful Eight was just mentioned as we just finished it.  I LOVED it!  Just as F*****d up as anything you'd expect from Tarantino.  Gotta watch that one a second time!

Edited on 12/31/17 10:27 PM
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12/30/17 @ 7:39 PM
BugleTrout
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Everyone that I've suggested Wind River to said they loved it.  Only complaint I've heard was the scenes where the bodies fly backwards.  Some said far-fetched.  Sorry if that's a spoiler but Renner's character is seen early in the movie reloading 45-70 Gov rounds. I saw a whitetail shot with one of those.  Total waste of two front quarters.

Great movie!  Still one of the best I've seen in years.

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12/30/17 @ 6:18 PM
mooselegs
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Wind River was excellent!

Wife and I went to see "All the Money in the World" yesterday (Christopher Plumber, Mark Wahlberg)  Dec.25th, 2017.....almost feel asleep a few times.....I don't recommend it.

Watched "The Sentinel" (Michael Douglas)....2006 flick....it was good. I would recommend it.........

"A Family Man".....(Gerald Butler)...2016....it was good...I would recommend it........


Edited on 12/30/17 6:36 PM
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12/30/17 @ 5:55 PM
jkb
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I concur with WindRiver.  I heard Jumangi was hilarious.

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12/30/17 @ 3:19 PM
BugleTrout
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Probably going to get some crap from you guys for this one but I watched Friends With Benefits today.  Between this cold I caught and the cold outside, I was stuck in my chair once again today.  I laughed out loud a bunch of times.  The scenes with Woody Harrilson were priceless, especially the first one where he assumes Timberlake's character is gay.  Good eye candy throughout if you're a guy.  I had a bit of a hard time watching the Alzheimer's scenes after having had a grandparent go through that and a father starting to show early signs of it.  But all in all, loved it.

Best line of the movie:

"I wished they made movies about what happens after the first kiss."

"They do, it's called porn."



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12/29/17 @ 1:01 PM
12packabs
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Just watched a couple of good flicks on-demand, Charter Spectrum (Cinemax or Showtime...not sure which)

Money Monster with George Clooney was pretty good.  Worth the 2 hours.

Priceless is a low-budget movie with a few scenes hard to buy (Dave Koechner playing a serious role had some moments hard to buy....kept seeing the sports guy from Anchorman and the restaurant manager from Waiting in my head), but a serious movie about a serious topic...kept me interested enough to post it here.

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11/25/17 @ 12:49 AM
ChubSucker
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I second Wind River... definately not a blockbuster type of movie. It was deep, heartfelt, and moving. Left me at a loss at the end. The Jeremy Renner character talking about his daughter crushed me... life IS precious. 

I guess wiensteine produced the movie, and the native americans who allowed it, and worked on it, were allowed to buy it out for their own so it has a chance to be nominated for awards. That's just what I heard. 

It was based on actual events.

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