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The last movie you saw


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Terminator Genisys. I thought the events in the past would play out like in the first movie, but I was surprised when everything turned out differently.

state of grace

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I watched Beginners on Netflix yesterday. Maybe it was a bit too pretentious at times, maybe the quirkiness was a bit overwhelming, but I still found this indie film captivating and sweet.


Monsters University. Pixar is bae.


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I watched Big Hero 6 today. It was a neat movie.


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I saw Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation earlier today. The action sequences were particularly enjoyable, but I wasn't blown away. It was serviceable, but not quite as satisfying as I'd expected. I hope Ilsa (it ashamedly took me until the final hour of the film to make the Casablanca connection) doesn't become yet another throwaway female character as the franchise progresses.


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Kingsman: The Secret Service
I didn't have any expectations going in, really. But I loved it. It turned out great. Funny, smart, cool, fun. Great flick.


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Today I saw Mission Impossible: Rouge Nation. It was a cool movie.

state of grace

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Paper Towns. I was dragged into the theater fully aware it was based on a John Green book and I was ready to dislike it. And I did end up disliking it.

Mr. Reloaded

All encompassing
The Last Airbender

And as an bonus: Pixels

Because I just had to see how bad they really were. Doesn't matter if both films were for kids, they were both inexcusably terrible.


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Mission Impossible: Rouge Nation

Better than the previous one. I dont really remember it again though xD
But Brant character improved. Oh, I like the settings in Ghost Protocol better (now I remember).

Jeremy Renner > Tom Cruise


Nightcrawler. Loved it.

Kutie Pie

"It is my destiny."
The Big Lebowski

Finally got to see it after a lot of my classmates in college talked about it, and a friend here on Serebii constantly praising it. It's the third Coen Brothers film I've seen, and I liked this one better than No Country for Old Men in terms of enjoyability. I still remember more of O Brother, Where Art Thou?, but I'm glad I still saw Lebowski.


Just saw the original spider-man, and it's still every bit the classic it ever was. It has this lovely timelessness to it, and stuff like the upside down kiss will never get old.