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What was the last movie you watched?

I just watched Abe Lincoln: Vampire Hunter. It was better than I expected....and actually better than the book, which is a pretty rare occurence! Books are almost always better than their movies.
The last movie I saw was The Hobbit, and I went to go see it with my fiance. It was fantastic! :D
PixieHollow Games: Its super cute with a great message about conquering your fears to come out on top and the true meaning of not only friendship but team work...I know I am such a little kid but it was soo cute.
Just watched “Robocop” Directors Cut on DVD, Peter Weller was magnificent in that role. The re-added gore and violence were tame by today’s standards but actually gave me pause, because for a minute I had stepped back in time to when I had watched this as a teen and “I saw this version for the first time” as I would have back then, if you get my drift.
I watched Seven Psychopaths today, it wasn't as good as I hoped but was still are really funny film.
Just watched Django Unchained.

Despite having only little interest in that genre itself I thought it was a great movie.
Same here, I don't like Gangster movies or Westerns but Tarantino somehow manages to make them enjoyable.

With the exception of Jackie Brown I liked all of his movies. So I kinda expected him to make it look good. That being said; gangster movies... I don't know... I like pulp fiction, snatch and those kind of movies. But they're somewhat bordering on the absurd of gangster movies.
Just finished The dark knight returns part 2.

Now, I really need to read that graphic novel... since the animated movie adaption of that novel was nothing short of epic
Just watched a trilogy comprising:
'Maniac Cop'
'Maniac Cop 2'
'Badge Of Silence, Maniac Cop 3'

Ahhh, for the cinematic heyday of my youth, when a horror film was considered exilerating escapism & was far less graphic than the nightly news!
Lincoln. It is an excellent movie. I've seen it twice, in the theater, which is pretty rare for me.

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