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a retrospective: Your best and worst movies of 2013.

Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by nickmsmith, Dec 18, 2013.

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    I forgot about don jon I wanna see that ****
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    It was pretty good, but it wasn't a laugh out loud comedy. I could see how it would be a very uncomfortable two hours for people who aren't ok with sex being a part of life. You know those people exist, which is sad.
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    Don Jon was good except for Julienne Moore who is as attractive as a dog walking backwards.

    Just not pretty, at all.
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    lol so I was watching charestown(/ton?) with my father in law today and that sex scene came up at the beginning haha...pretty uncomfortable moment
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    id put that ***** on a chainwax
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    That was kind of the point though, right?

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    Oh yea totally the point.

    Hot chick was a bïtch and tried to change him.

    Average older chick accepted him for who he was and made him better.

    Good message.

    Hot chick turned him beta
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    Forgot about Place Beyond the Pines and Mud.

    Idk how I forgot them considering I own both, and they were my favorites of the year until Prisoners, Gravity, and 12 Years a Slave. Gravity was excellent in 3D, and I feel like it's one of those movies that has to be seen in theaters for the experience. It won't be the same at home unless you have a massive theater setup with a 3D TV.

    What's funny is that the general public would have no idea about Place Beyond the Pines, Mud, and Prisoners.

    I've also heard great things about Fruitvale Station, which I will see when it's released to redbox.

    There are some others out there as well.
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    Also really wanted to see Don Jon, but never got around to it.

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