Published on March 14, 2014 By Island Dog In Movies & TV & Books

What's the last movie you saw?  Doesn't matter if it was at home or at a theater.

Last one I saw was Captain Philips.  I thought it a pretty good movie, especially since it was based on real events.

 


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on Mar 14, 2014


Knight and Day.

It's a casual thriller for a nice sit down at home with the wife...

 

on Mar 14, 2014

300: Rise of the Empire in cinema. Dont even know if i like it or not and...and still dont know, whether i think Eva Green is hot or not. But i guess she is.

Day before that i torrented and watched The Essence of Llewyn Davis or whatever it was called, from Coen bros. It was ok and full of nice music. Not really my kind of movie, though.

Finally, Secret Life of Walter Mitty. The main character is pretty much me, an ineffectual dreamer.

on Mar 14, 2014

The Hunger Games Catching Fire. 

 

Not too bad.

 

Before that, 12 Years A Slave. Pretty good.

on Mar 14, 2014

The Monument Men. Excellent movie. 

on Mar 14, 2014

Lilo and Stitch.

Disney was smokin the good shi* that year.

on Mar 14, 2014

Shadow People. Horror flic using fake 'real' documentary style and dramatization of that. 2 out of five stars only because I finished it in 3 sittings. Its fairly bad.

 

Also about 1/3 of the way through Russian Ark. A real documentary shot all in one take through a big russian museum(forget which). Amazing. There are historical fictional characters from each era experienced as the camera goes through the museum. The narrator is invisible. One person  can see him and they discuss the russian history and the art(french as well as others) in the museum. Its not done in a overly dramatic way, just a way to make the history more relatable to the viewer.

on Mar 14, 2014

Uhmmmmmm... Errrrrrr.... Ahhhhh..... I can't even remember.

on Mar 14, 2014

Last one I saw......Spooks Run Wild with Bela Lugosi and the Bowery Boys. Classic.

on Mar 17, 2014

Catching Fire, Monuments Men, and most recently, August: Osage County.  BTW: Lilo and Stitch!  My fav Disney flick! (haven't watched it in years...)

on Mar 17, 2014

Forced the wife to go see the new 300 movie.  It was pretty terrible, it will be years before I get to pick another movie for us to go to.

on Mar 18, 2014

ElanaAhova

BTW: Lilo and Stitch!  My fav Disney flick! (haven't watched it in years...)

 

=]

it was pretty darn good.

 

it's on netflix right now.  we've been going through the disneys lately.

on Mar 18, 2014

Lord Xia
Forced the wife to go see the new 300 movie.  It was pretty terrible, it will be years before I get to pick another movie for us to go to.

But the trailers looked so good!

 

on Mar 18, 2014

Haven't been to a cinema in 35+ years...will likely never go again due to mobility, comfort issues, but the last movie I saw was Snow White and the Huntsman on Foxtel.  In fact, now that I have a greater variety of things to watch these days, I might just sit down and watch a few more movies and TV shows on Foxtel.... and no more waiting for some of my fave TV shows to hit free-to-air and never do: like Game of Thrones; Da Vincis Demons; Sons of Anarchy; Orphan Black; Hemlock Grove; Continuum and other stuff I've never seen that could belong in my fave group.

on Mar 18, 2014

Just watched The Wolf of Wall Street - Very Scorsese-esque (language and debauch, etc.) but DiCaprio was fantastic, as per usual!

on Mar 18, 2014

hemlock grove.  Oye.  I watched about 8 episodes of that.  It got way to creepy gory for me... the creepy gore never let up.  Starkers, you like hemlock Grove, so well, now I am very happy you did not adopt me.        The affects in it are just awesome.  Making a woman missing her lower abdomen etc still seem so dead, and then 'alive.'  And kissing.  eeeeeeeeeeee    Oh, and did I mention   eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee? 

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