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  • It was about two years ago; I don't remember what it was; I left after about 10 minutes. I just hate movie theatres; they are filthy, the sound is too loud, and I actually get nauseated.
  • Spiderman 3 It fucking sucked
  • it was G.I.Joe, BIGGEST waste of money EVER spent. we actually stood up and applauded after it was over. we had a running commentary going the entire movie. it was HORRIBLE.
  • I saw Up last week and it was good, but not quite as good as I'd hoped it would be, but that was more due to all the hype I'd read about about it than anything being wrong with the film itself. In fact, if you haven't heard anything about it, I'd recommend going to see it.
  • It was about a year and a half ago. The movie was ok but nothing to brag about. I do not go to the theater very often +5
  • Where the Wild Things Are, and it Ok, but pretty pointless and annoying. Definitely a rental
  • Knowing It was ok, but a bit of a disappointment. I expected it to be more exciting.
  • Harry Potter in July. I can't say I remember since my head was elsewhere as I wasn't really paying attention ;p Definitely not a waste of money though :)
  • Back in January, Valkyrie with Tom Cruise. It was OK. The problem with that movie is that it was made as a thriller, a kind of scenario in which we are trying to guess if they can make it or not.....when we all know as an historical fact that they failed trying to assassinate Hitler.
  • The most recent Harry Potter film. It was worth the price of admission.
  • " Paranormal Activity " ~ ~ for me, it was well worth my money and time +5
  • i saw the fourth kind and it kept me up all night the first night although i do not believe it it still has a very good creep factor that goes with any really good horror movie and the fact that it might have possibly been real was really freaky.
  • Julie and Julia. Every seen with Meryl Streep was excellent but the rest was forgettable. I wish I had waited for it to come out DVD.
  • I took my kids to see UP last month. We all enjoyed it!!+4
  • The Invention of the Lie. It was rubbish.
  • I spent enough on my home entertainment room that I don't go anymore :-) Just wait for the DVD or NetFlix and watch it at home with some food/wine, etc. Two years of saving $40 on weekly movies and I am ahead ... and it does other stuff too like TV and runs my MS MediaCenter :-)
  • Zombieland. It was pretty good.
  • Chicago and it was great:)
  • Paranormal Activity, wasnt bad.
  • i saw Jennifer's Body , the one with megan fox. It was really good and really creepy, she still looked amazing when she was eating people.
  • Paranormal Activity, my wife saw it. Was a complete waste of money. My wise was disappointed that she wasted her allowance on it.
  • We saw "District 9" about 2 months ago. It was well worth the money for me. My brother gave it an 8/10 and I gave it a 9. At first I thought the alien refugees were creepy looking, but the two characters that I eventually liked the most were an alien father and his genius son. That transition gave me a great feeling about being able to really care about other beings, in spite of the differences in our appearances. :)
  • Halloween II. If you like Rob Zombie I reccommend it. I preferred his first Halloween much better, but hubby liked the second one just as well. He purposely did something completely different than the originals in II & the thing he chose to take in the most complete different direction, was the only thing I liked about the originals. I would watch all other RZ films over this one but it wasn't a waste of money.
  • a christmas carol with jim carrey. i liked it but i have to be honest i noticed alot of the kids in the theater was scared. i did notice it was not really for kids. but it was good.
  • It was "The Big Lebowski" in early '98. As is evident, I'm not a big 'going to the movies'-kinda guy, but that night was special enough to break with 'tradition'! It was @#$%'n great! ;-)
  • The Gaurdian,it was ok nothing special
  • Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. oh my freakin heck, i haven't laughed that hard in such a long time haha. It looks like a really cheezy movie and kinda is but to a tolerable level. It had me laughing out loud so many times! maybe it was just cause i was with a certain someone that i was so giggly but either way, it was way worth it.
  • the toys story I and II in 3D...too much, too long,

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