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    Edge of Tomorrow. Would of passed since it looked like Call of Copy Pasta Shooter in movie format just judging from the previews, but people wanted to go out. It was alright, I would of rated it higher if there was some psychological/mental struggle at the end where Cruise is basically right next to the Overmind thing.

    6/10, it was an action flick and served it's purpose.

    This one time at Brand Camp, I got Singed.

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    1000 Ways to Die in the West - 6/10 decent comedy
    Noah - 6/10 if you go ahead and imagine like all the ideas presented were never heard of (like if you were to watch Harry Hotter for the first time).
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    Oldboy (2013) - 8/10

    Fantastic film, great ending. Josh Brolin was terrific and the plot development and reveal were done with quality.
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    The less you know, the more you believe.


    Actually, Mr. Lennon, I CAN imagine a world with no hate, religion, war, or violence.
    I can also imagine attacking such a world, because they would never see it coming.

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    Transformers: age of extinction 7/10

    It was an ok movie. The action sequences were great, and some of the characters were awesome (the fat autobot, bumblebee and lockdown especially). I really enjoyed the last "fight scene" with grimlock and the other dinobots.

    As for stuff i didn't like: The cast was annoying. I'm not a huge Mark Wahlberg guy to begin with, but he was really really annoying towards the end of the movie. Also his daughter and her boyfriend were both pretty damn annoying too.

    This movie probably would have been a 5/10 or a 5,5/10, if i wasn't such a huge transformers fan.

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    Airheads - 8/10

    Beautiful! haha It has the same vibe from Wayne's World. Great humour for rock fans, with Adam Sandler at his best and a genius Buscemi doing comedy!

    "Who would win a wrestling match, Lemmy or God? Trick question, Lemmy IS God!"

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    x-men days of future past - 9/10

    Basically just thought it was massively better than the previous x-men films (especially the Wolverine disasters and X3) but still a film that you'd have to like superhero/action films in the first place to enjoy fully (I mean, why would you be watching films from a genre you don't like to begin with other than curiosity?). It also had the ever-present x-men thing of dealing with discrimination so it's not all about people with improbable powers doing improbable things.
    It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. -Aristotle
    Also, it's should HAVE. NOT "should of". "Should of" doesn't even make sense. If you think you should own a cat, do you say "I should of a cat" or "I should have a cat"? Do you HAVE cats, or do you OF cats?

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    Waterboy - 6/10

    Adam Sandlers golden age right here, but it's not even close to Big Daddy or Anger Management. Worth the watch if there's nothing better, but meh.

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    The Darkest Hour 5/10
    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1093357/

    Take your average slasher movie, Turn the bad guy invisible, add a cast of people, start a game of who gets killed next.
    Dumb Sci/fi slasher movie. Seen better.

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    Godzilla (2014) 6/10.
    Of course this is a CGI city-destruction movies and no one cares that much for the story (including me) but... meh. I was more excited to have watched Pacific Rim the second time than I was when I had watched Godzilla the first. I saw Pacific Rim on the computer vs Godzilla at the cinema.
    Spoilers: If they hadn't killed off the dad - the most interesting character by far - 30 minutes or so in I would probably have been more invested in the story and thus rated the movie higher.
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    Catch me if you Can (2002) 8/10

    Truly outstanding, I have no idea why I've not seen this yet, and I'm happy I did.

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    1000 ways to die. 7/10

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    The Watch - 7/10

    Was surprised by this film, had some funny moments. Even more surprised that I've started to like Jonah Hill.

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    Where does the "1000 Ways to Die in the West" thing come from? It's A Million Ways to Die in the West.
    Belief can become reality!

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    X-men days of future past. 7/10. If I was anX-men fan I'd probably give it a 9/10 or so, but they never gelled with me.

    Still entertaining
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    Transformers: age of extinction 1/10 That was by far the second worst movie I have ever seen. I honestly wanted to walk out of the movie, the only reason I didn't was because I was with other people.

    Godzilla 7/10 This movie was awesome, way better than the last one. I would honestly recommend it for people to watch.

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    Captain America: The Winter Soldier - 8/10

    Liked it, way better than the first one and one of the best I've seen from Marvel. Imho WAY better than Avengers.

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