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    I liked Argo a lot actually.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BulldogWrestler View Post
    I liked Argo a lot actually.
    Me too. The hates can Argo f*ck themselves.

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    Heeeeeeeeeeey o!

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    Paranorman was REALLY good - like Wall-E good as far as kids flicks go - Frankenweenie not far behind. Both were very poignant and entertaining.

    Hobbit snubbed totally?
    "He does lots of weird zen crap and philosophies to keep himself grounded." Thekillerkiwi

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    It'll be on best makeup or something, I'm sure.

    I liked Frankenweenie a lot and enjoyed Paranorman too, but Brave was a much more compelling story to watch.

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    hollywood hates poor benny. all b/c he was married to J-Ho

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    Swedish film Searching for Sugarman nominated for best documentary. Has anybody seen it?

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    never heard of it. Is it good? Synopsis??

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    "In the early 1970s, Sixto Rodriguez was a Detroit folksinger who had a short-lived recording career with only two well received but non-selling albums. Unknown to Rodriguez, his musical story continued in South Africa where he became a pop music icon and inspiration for generations. Long rumored there to be dead by suicide, a few fans in the 1990s decided to seek out the truth of their hero's fate. What follows is a bizarrely heartening story in which they found far more in their quest than they ever hoped, while a Detroit construction laborer discovered that his lost artistic dreams came true after all."

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    The only movie I've seen mentioned in the OP is Brave. In my defense, about 70% of them came out in the last month.

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