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  1. #4756
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    Quote Originally Posted by toovey107 View Post
    Moana 7.5/10 cute movie.
    It's too funny. When he breaks out the "Your Welcome" song, I loved it.

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    Moana is a ton of fun. So imaginative and the visuals are gorgeous.

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    I love Moana, or at least used to. My niece and nephew make me watch it all the time and especially when they are upset it helps calm them down. I must have seen that movie 6 times in one weekend so its lost some luster. Though the visuals are still gorgeous after the 75th viewing if I am being honest.

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    People have pointed out that little Moana is in the new Wreck It Ralph trailer playing the game in the backseat. Pretty cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LionsFan..LOL View Post
    Flags Of Our Fathers: 7.5/10

    Letters To Iwo Jima: 8.5/10

    Both are good films about the alternative perspectives to WW2 between the United States and Japan. Both are somber and bittersweet in how they end (which is expected given the subject matter). I prefer Letters To Iwo Jima because it felt more cohesive in the story telling and more interesting characters compared to Flags of Our Fathers. Still, both are good movies about war and what it does to people.
    Yes, two very fine movies.

    I had an uncle with the Marines who was one the lucky survivors. Most of his buddies were killed there. To the day he died 60 years later he could never forgive the Japanese.

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  6. #4761
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    Veronica- 7.5/10 (Netflix) set in Madrid (Spanish subtitles). Girl plays with Quija board and opens a portal she wishes she didn't. Based off a 'true story'.

    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread551094/pg1

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    Quote Originally Posted by mike_noodles View Post
    It's too funny. When he breaks out the "Your Welcome" song, I loved it.
    My girl and I have our own renditions of this song. So catchy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toovey107 View Post
    Veronica- 7.5/10 (Netflix) set in Madrid (Spanish subtitles). Girl plays with Quija board and opens a portal she wishes she didn't. Based off a 'true story'.

    http://www.abovetopsecret.com/forum/thread551094/pg1
    5/10. I stand by the saying that if youve seen one horror movie youve seen them all

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    Dark Crystal, 7.5/10

    Just saw this in the theater for the first time. An even better way to appreciate all the background details of the sets. Super impressive puppetry but some of the special effects are super dated.

    "there's no scraps in my scrapbook"

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    That's a disturbing movie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IHateTheSkins View Post
    5/10. I stand by the saying that if youve seen one horror movie youve seen them all
    Like comedies, I have lower standards because they're so much more difficult to execute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IHateTheSkins View Post
    5/10. I stand by the saying that if youve seen one horror movie youve seen them all
    And, what kind of movies do you like?

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    Stronger - 7/10 Just about what I expected.


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    Ingrid Goes West - 8.5/10 Aubrey Plaza has sold me on her acting skills. Pretty dark movie, but it does deal with mental health and sadly many people suffer from it and social media has made it worst for many specially those who are lonely.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fingerbang View Post
    That's a disturbing movie.
    Yeah, especially for what was probably marketed as a children's flick.

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