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MaximusB wrote:
Stephen King's The Dead Zone - great movie starring Christopher Walken as a man who obtains superb clairevoyance after a car accident.



There was also a halfway decent series w/ anthony michael hall.

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strungoutboy21 wrote:
I saw Birdman with Michael Keaton. It was an interesting movie. A little odd at times but well acted.

Also saw John Wick. It's a fun movie if you enjoy action and a lot of guys getting shot.


I also saw John Wick and this is spot on IMO. Simple movie with no pretense and lots of good action. My only gripe is I would have liked to see a really unassuming, ordinary-looking guy as Wick; like Ed Norton or Sam Rockwell. Keanu played it well though.

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doogie wrote:
Fury--I've never seen a tank movie, and it is some intense shit. Another movie, like Saving Private Ryan, that pounds home what a pussy I am.


If you want a tank movie watch "The Beast" also known as "The Beast of War". I found it in the $5 bin at Wal-Mart. One of the best movies you've never heard of. About a Soviet tank crew in Afghanistan.
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orion wrote:
I have seen Gran Torino for the 15th time now and its awesome and everyone should see it.


Saw it and it's terribly overrated. Eastwood customarily over-acts to the point of one-dimensional caricature, and no one has the balls to "tell the emperor he has no clothes on."


MaximusB wrote:
Stephen King's The Dead Zone - great movie starring Christopher Walken as a man who obtains superb clairevoyance after a car accident.



Indeed, Max! Here's the contrast to Eastwood's shitty acting. Walken is fully convincing in this "better than the book" film. Five stars!

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