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what movies have useen lately

PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 1:21 am
by motormouth
what movies have u seen lately? Last one i saw was chronicle

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 1:20 pm
by ironrod prime
tin tin was the latest one i saw

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 1:25 pm
by Wing Saber
I''m trying to find the time to go see Star Wars TPM 3D.
Just watched Moneyball on Friday, and I LOVED it!

Re: what movies have useen lately

PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 4:30 pm
by cyberwuss
If broadcast TV counts I saw the first "The Art of War" movie last night, the one with Wesley Snipes and I loled at the Spinarooni leg sweep that ended the arch nemesis guy.

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 20, 2012 6:11 pm
by CYLON (13)
I saw "Casino Jack" on one of the Showtime channels yesterday. It was pretty good. It's about Lobbyist in Washington during their final days...maybe months in office. Very good cast.

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Also, didn't know where else to post this...here ya go!:
(should we start a movie news thread? I'm always coming across interesting movie news/spoiler stuff)

Robert Downey Jr Would Have Played Lex Luthor in McG’s ‘Superman’ Movie
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McG wrote:“We had Robert Downey Jr. locked up to be Lex Luthor, which I think would have been extraordinary,” McG enthused. But his pick for the Big Blue Boyscout is actually much less of a surprise. “Ironically, we liked Henry Cavill a lot, but we hadn’t cast him yet,” he says of the actor currently wearing the tights in the upcoming “Man Of Steel.” “J.J. wrote the script, and we got that to a really good place in the end,” he says of the film, the first in a proposed trilogy. “But I’m to blame for [the film not happening].” While we’ve heard no shortage of superhero movie casting over the years, the idea of a then-low-key Downey Jr. as Lex Luthor is enough to make us wonder a whole score of what-if fantasies, particularly considering his own subsequent ascension to the top of the A-List following “Iron Man.”


There's a couple of more tid bits in the article link.