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    The Wizard of Oz After seeing a matinee of Guardians, that evening a classic gem of a movie was playing at Movies on the Green at Warner Center Park. We had to take the kids. We got there early, claimed a spot and had a picnic dinner followed by a great movie. A day that started with a fun morning, ended with a really nice evening.
    Years ago our local theater showed both The Wizard of Oz and Gone With The Wind on the big screen. After seeing them only on TV it was a magical experience to see them as they were meant to be seen. So glad you got to experience the true magic of Wizard with your family.
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    Popeye - One of my childhood favorites, and Robin's big screen debut. Not to mention also a Disney movie. Casting was perfect with great songs. RIP Robin.
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    THE LOVE BUG -- I love this movie so much! It's still pretty funny even now.


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    Re: The "What Movie Did You Just See?" thread RELOADED

    Death to Smoochy. Robin Williams in a very dark comedy role. A downright strange movie directed by Danny DeVito.
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    Frozen for my 50th time of watching it and still counting.

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    Trading Places. Never seen this in it's entirety until now. Really funny performances by everyone and Eddie Murphy in particular brings a nice depth to his character.

    The Nun's Story. No idea what made me watch this. Sounds so boring. But I found I actually liked it a lot and turns out it was a big hit when it came out. Some may find some of the missionary stuff racist and if remade today they would change those parts for sure. But Audrey Hepburn is so great with this role. Loved the character and how she played it.

    The Beaver. I wanted to like this more than I did. The idea is just really interesting. But while Mel Gibson and Anton Yelchin give good performances, I don't think anyone did a sufficient job of showing how The Beaver really evolved into Mel's life and how it came to represent the things that it did for him.

    48 Hrs. Wow, Eddie Murphy has so much charisma. If he had kept going with these types of roles rather than immediately going with broader comedy for his next movies he'd have his Oscar by now.

    Punch-Drunk Love. I really liked it. Weird, offbeat, creepy at times, whimsical, scary, and sweet. Best thing Adam Sandler has ever done.

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    Trading Places. Never seen this in it's entirety until now. Really funny performances by everyone and Eddie Murphy in particular brings a nice depth to his character.
    Great movie, great cast. Dan Aykroyd and Eddie Murphy at their best! (The topless Jamie Lee Curtis didn’t hurt either.)

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    48 Hrs. Wow, Eddie Murphy has so much charisma. If he had kept going with these types of roles rather than immediately going with broader comedy for his next movies he'd have his Oscar by now.
    Awesome movie. It’s too bad that the sequel had to be such a stinkfest. So much potential there.
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    The Expendables 3. Pretty fun. It's between this and the 2nd one for my favorite in the series. All the characters, however underwritten many of them may be, are really fun and have great macho chemistry. Mel Gibson, Antonio Banderas, and Wesley Snipes steal the show. Ronda Rousey, even if she needs acting lessons, has real charisma and she gets the best fight of the film. And I was surprised by how much screen time Harrison Ford gets and how well his performance blends in with the film, he could have phoned it in but he delivers - kudos to him for what he brings and still really seems to be having fun for himself.

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    [regarding the film 48 hrs.] Itís too bad that the sequel had to be such a stinkfest. So much potential there.
    I was wondering about the sequel. Too bad.
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    Guardians of the Galaxy I was so looking forward to this film and was so excited for it. What I experienced instead was two hours of pure hell with me wondering when it was ever going to end. The only reason I didn't walk out was i wanted to see the dancing baby Groot that everyone had talked about. The high point for me was the surprise cameo of a certain duck in the end credits. Seeing him made it all worth while. In fact I enjoyed his movie much more than I enjoyed this one. I don't think I've ever been so disappointed and let down with a film
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    His cameo made my jaw drop to the floor and scream. Luckily I was alone in the theatre.

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    Guardians of the Galaxy I was so looking forward to this film and was so excited for it. What I experienced instead was two hours of pure hell with me wondering when it was ever going to end. The only reason I didn't walk out was i wanted to see the dancing baby Groot that everyone had talked about. The high point for me was the surprise cameo of a certain duck in the end credits. Seeing him made it all worth while. In fact I enjoyed his movie much more than I enjoyed this one. I don't think I've ever been so disappointed and let down with a film


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    Three Little Words. Pretty good Astaire musical. I could do without the "Japanese" song in the beginning, but I love everything else especially the married couple dance routine.

    Shall We Dance?. Maybe my favorite film from Japan (not that I've seen many, but anyway...). Funny, poignant, real crowd-pleaser.

    District 13
    . OK, so is it "District 13" or "District B13"? Anyhow, pretty amazing stuff in this whatever it's called, especially the first chase and casino fight. A lot of the movements the parkour guys do are more refined and graceful versions of the similar but rawer Jackie Chan parking garage stunts in Rumble in the Bronx or the Twin Dragons car factory scene. I saw a Police Story 2 car stunt in there too.

    Project A and Project A Part 2. I do like the first film for the Three Brothers fight together and the funny bit about the password, but I've always been partial to the sequel. I cannot believe the scene with the falling wall, he's really crazy.

    Battle Beyond the Stars
    . It's probably been over 30 years since I've seen this and I haven't given it a thought in all that time until now. I think I may have seen it more times than I remember because I can't believe how much of this I started to recall as soon as the movie started. The smart-alec talking ship, the two little bald aliens, the bad guy's bad arm, those deformed henchmen, the collective, or some of the lines like "we always carry a replacement" or "he wanted a meal and a place to hide". I always remember this as a fun B-movie Star Wars rip off, and seeing it again that is clearly what it is but it was even better than I remember it. True, much of the effects and sets are cheap looking, but some were surprisingly decent. I definitely appreciate the Seven Samurai story homage. The characters were all pretty fun and Robert Vaughn is actually pretty good in this with Sybil Danning breathing quite the eye candy. And I never realized how similar is the soundtrack to Wrath of Khan, James Horner wrote this a couple years before Wrath and you could probably switch them out and a lot of people wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
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    HAPPY GILMORE -- Guilty pleasure... I still enjoy it to this day.

    TURBO -- Dreamworks really is a miss and occasional hit with me and Turbo falls into the miss category. But as a movie, it really isn't that bad. It's just... nothing new. It's almost a complete rip of Ratatouille when you think about it. You have a snail (or rat) that really wants to race (or cook). He looks to inspiration from a famous human racer (or chef) that leads him to following his dreams. The snail magically gets super fast powers though and falls into the hands of a human who wants him to race (or cook).

    As children's entertainment, it's fine, but as a movie worth your time, it isn't. I can suspend disbelief only so far and an entire movie about snails that race with humans rooting them on... it's just dumb.


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    Dolphin Tale 2 . The first movie is really good, this second one just OK. I didn't feel they communicated the stakes as well as they did in the first. A solid side story about a very interesting moral dilemma plus a funny bit with the sea turtle were probably more involving than Winter's story. Good but a bit disappointing since expectations were high.
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