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Kevin Smith announced Clerks 3 yesterday. It's going to be his last film.

Which is great because you're wrong and Clerks 2 was awesome ;)

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As a Kevin Smith fan, I wish I were wrong, but I'm not :P Yes I found the internet battle with the disabled guy funny. Making another guy puke for talking about Sam bricking in Frodo's mouth in the LOTR movie was also funny but overall the jokes weren't good enough to hold the film up as a proper sequel to the original (even with the donkey show).

So KS switches gears from a hockey movie to Clerks 3 for his finale.......I don't think I could be any more disappointed in the big guy.

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I've watched a few movies lately.

Ted 6/10. Really wasn't that funny

The Hills Have Eyes 1 Remake: 9/10. One of the best horror movies I've seen.

The Hills Have Eyes 2 Remake: 3/10. Terrible movie.

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Red Dawn - 8/10

Storyline of about how North Korea invades the Pacific coast of the United States and eventually inland and how its a war story against the North Koreans. Definitely American patriotism in the movie but it was a decent movie. Had its funny moments. The younger brother of Jed looks like the teenage version of Aaron Rodgers.

Josh Peck

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Aaron Rodgers

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Life of Pi is a fantastic movie, but obviously it's not an action packed thriller we've been used to this year.

If you're gonna watch Skyfall/TDKR/Hobbit then go watch Life of Pi, you're probably going to get bored. It's a movie that pulls you into it simply by the premises of it's plot, and the visuals are simply outstanding. I've never seen such beautiful animals and wildlife before, even if it was on a screen.

9/10

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Saw Red Dawn tonight 5/10.

I loved the premise, but the story kept falling flat when I needed it to bring me in.

Plus poinnts -

Loved Chris Hemsworth in this, plus points for the movie reminding me that last place I enjoyed his character (not Thor, but Star Trek).

Loved The Comedian being in it. I don't care what character this guy plays ever again, he is The Comedian.

Won some money at the Casino on my way home.

Minus Points

The brother was annoying as balls in virtually every scene.

Kids became trained guerrillas thanks to a montage.

Resolution (I needed something to pull me back in before I left the theatre, the end got all "300" on us)

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Life of Pi is a fantastic movie, but obviously it's not an action packed thriller we've been used to this year.

If you're gonna watch Skyfall/TDKR/Hobbit then go watch Life of Pi, you're probably going to get bored. It's a movie that pulls you into it simply by the premises of it's plot, and the visuals are simply outstanding. I've never seen such beautiful animals and wildlife before, even if it was on a screen.

9/10

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The Tourist - 4.5/10

Not terrible, but it was definetly forgettable. Not sure about the chemistry between Jolie and Depp. Wasn't believable that she was in love with him in any way. More worried about him than anything. Have to say, it was better than I expected though. High point was Timothy Dalton. Can't watch a movie with him without thinking about Hot Fuzz.

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Finally got to watch Shutter Island and it gets a 10/10. But then again, I really, really like this kind of movie. Could have sworn Leo was channeling Boston Rob at times but all in all, more than worth the 138 minutes spent watching it while wrapping Christmas presents. I've never been a Leonardo DiCaprio fan (harking back to Titanic days :sick: ) but I thought he was incredible in the role of Teddy Daniels. Loved the whole 1940s setting and the feel to the movie...... and that feeling of every time you think you've figured something out in the plot it turns out not to be so. I know some hate that feeling of wandering around in circles within circles while watching a movie but Scorsese does that to the viewer most masterfully in this film.

Sent several unrepeatable comments in the direction of the television as TD walked down those stairs at the end, though......... now checking Amazon to purchase the book. Which is usually the other way around for me...... book first, then watch the movie.

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I've never been a Leonardo DiCaprio fan (harking back to Titanic days :sick: )

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For the love everything that is great about movies, do yourself a favour and DO NOT.... I repeat DO NOT see Killing Them Softly.

It is the most overyhyped film in years. Great cast, but holy wow zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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