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    Quote Originally Posted by bowl1820 View Post
    At the theater it was The day the earth stood still and mall cop.

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    Mall Cop was ok it was worth the matinee price. Not a laugh a minute movie, but the cast was good and it had some humorous moments.
    It started a little slow but picked up when the action at the mall started. A great idea but It needed something, just a little more to give it the K.O. punch.A couple places had some ideas that they should have ran with more.
    Make sure you stay through the end credits to see the extra scenes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowl1820 View Post
    Mall Cop was ok it was worth the matinee price. Not a laugh a minute movie, but the cast was good and it had some humorous moments.
    It started a little slow but picked up when the action at the mall started. A great idea but It needed something, just a little more to give it the K.O. punch.A couple places had some ideas that they should have ran with more.
    Make sure you stay through the end credits to see the extra scenes.

    Thanks for the movie review. I guess I will wait until dvd
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    Anyone see Taken yet? That looks good on the previews. I'm not a huge movie guy anymore, though....
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    Quote Originally Posted by The KingPin View Post
    So with many new movies out, what have you seen?

    My wife and I went to see Bride Wars. I was 1 of only 4 guys in the theater with over 30 woman. Great times.

    What about you?
    I saw "The Dark Knight" on PPV. That was pretty decent. I wouldn't have recognized Heath Ledger as the Joker. I also saw "3:10 to Yuma" with Christian Bale, and Russell Crowe. It was a worthy remake. I'm planning to see "Taken", and "The Watchmen" when it comes out in March.

    Kingpin, if you want to be one of the few guys in a setting, go see "Menopause:The Muscical". I saw it in San Franscisco with my wife about 5 years ago. We were there on vacation. There were maybe a dozen guys in a theatre of 350 women.

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    "3:10 to Yuma" was a good movie.
    If you liked that movie, then "No Country For Old Men" should be right up your alley.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyJim View Post
    I saw "The Dark Knight" on PPV. That was pretty decent. I wouldn't have recognized Heath Ledger as the Joker. I also saw "3:10 to Yuma" with Christian Bale, and Russell Crowe. It was a worthy remake. I'm planning to see "Taken", and "The Watchmen" when it comes out in March.

    Kingpin, if you want to be one of the few guys in a setting, go see "Menopause:The Muscical". I saw it in San Franscisco with my wife about 5 years ago. We were there on vacation. There were maybe a dozen guys in a theatre of 350 women.

    Wow that is crazy. I step down. That really takes the cake
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    WATCHMEN!! OMG - can you say full frontal male nudity?? The blue guy (Mr Manhatten?) does not have clothes on through most of the movie. I thought my son was joking when he said the kids at school said there was a naked guy in the movie....I will never doubt my 17 year old again!! The movie was 3 hours long - I should have taken the opinion of the reviews I read (1 1/2 stars)

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    Since our new movie theater opened about 18 months ago, and we don't have to travel 35 miles round trip to see a flick, I've seen maybe one movie a month on average, and to tell you the truth, not one has been memorable....you walk out of the movie and 2 days later you can't remember the name of what you just saw. Either bad movies or old age, or combination thereof.
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