The Last Movie You Watched?

Discussion in 'The Barber Shop' started by TravelingMan82, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. These threads are fun.

    So what was the last movie you watched and did you like it?

    The last movie I watched was in class yesterday and it was Rocky Horror Picture Show. I hate that movie. :thumbdown
  2. Belle De Jour.

    Not that great.
  3. Last movie I saw- the third underworld movie (rise of the lycans (licans I dunno)

    my thoughts- just as dumb and pointless as the new moon movies. (I need to stop watching this teenage fantasy crap)
  4. The Blind Side. It was pretty good.
  5. The Big Lebowski.

    "I'm the Dude, Man!"
  6. SmoovD

    SmoovD Contributor

    Do you like Bunuel's other films? He is my absolute favorite director so I kinda like it. Sorry to hear that though.

    The very last one was Armored but it doesn't really count 'cuz I took my son to it. The last movie selected by me would have been Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip. Hadn't seen it in twenty years...didn't age all that well.
  7. Argonaut

    Argonaut Moderator Emeritus

    The last movie I actually went to the theater to see was "District 9" I enjoyed it.
  8. ^^ The name I use for FPS is dudeandagun, for this reason :)

    Last move I saw was a re-watch, the first Laura Croft Tomb Raider. What I liked most, besides Laura, is the "Edge Hill" track by Groove Armada that plays while time is stopped. I'm a huge sucker for downtempo dubtronic beats.

    As a bonus, searching for that song after the first time I heard it led me to GrooveShark, which I now love even more than Pandora on days I'm lucky enough to work from home.

    You can't watch that movie in class and enjoy it. Only if you get a chance to see it in your teens while sneaking out past midnight Saturday and going to a *real* showing of it will you see why people hype over it. It's the cult culture and live-action craziness that makes RHPS what people went crazy over. I doubt I'd enjoy it much now, but when I was 14, it was a helluva sight to see so many scantly clad pre-goth goth-looking women going wild (and I'm not talking about the people on the screen :).
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  9. I was watching the new Star Trek until the DVD stopped playing. Of course it was getting to an exciting part but I already have Netflix sending me a replacement. I was really enjoying it so far.
  10. Alvin and the Chipmunks- I have kids...I have no life LOL:lol:
  11. It's the only Bunuel film I've seen. I suspect it was somewhat edgy when it came out, but hasn't aged well.
  12. National Lampoons Christmas Vacation - Effin hilarious, I love it. :thumbup:
  13. No need to stress over that, I'd still rock some A&C and love it. Just thinking about this makes me want to go back and see the old DuckTales movie!

    Mighty Morphing Power was the beginning of the downfall of good cartoons. They just don't make 'em like they used to. Saturday morning used to be a bastion of great stuff, the kind enjoyable by any age. Once MMPR came on the scene, it just seemed like everything went downhill fast. *sniffs*
  14. Bullitt - It was pretty good. I can't get that excited about cop movies, though. I really only saw it to better familiarize myself with McQueen.
  15. Saw the Hangover because everyone was so obsessed with it. I didn't think it was that funny.

    Just before that, saw Ninja Assassin in the theaters. WAYYY too violent. Especially the beginning.
  16. "Taken."

    Awesomely mindless, fast-paced fun. This generation's "Commando."
  17. +1 That was quite an epic film. My friends and I were breathless by the time it was over.
  18. Next time I watch it I'm going to count how many guys Liam Neeson kills. :laugh:
  19. Brothers. :thumbup1:

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