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^ Those are pretty lousy too IMO, you should check some of the older ones from him. He made quite some crap but also a few really nice ones.
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I watched the Hangover with my parents last night. I knew my dad would like it, but i was really suprised that my mom did, she's not into that kind of comedy. Didn't see that coming...
I'm surprised you watched it with your parents. It's very rude and crude for most of the film(although that makes it hilarious) and it also had a lot of bad language. Did you not feel a tiny bit embarassed though? It would depend on what age you are though(not that i'm asking lol) but if your a mature adult then it wouldn't be.
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I've seen Monster's Ball, but it was a long time ago, so I can't recall that much about it. Slingblade sounds really familiar, and may have seen it, but I'm not sure. As for the others, I don't think I have.

He just starred in a bunch of movies I hated, including Bad Santa, Eagle Eye, Armageddon, Friday Night Lights. Those are the ones I remember seeing and I didn't like any of them.
He also directed Slingblade(i haven't seen it though it looks good) Eagle Eye was terrific, awesome action packed it was really tense enjoyable thrill ride, quite literally. I watched Shanghai Knights. One of the few sequels to be better than the original.
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Today i had a bit of a movie day as i was a little hungover from yesterday, though all the films i watched were once that i didn't have to concentrate on for that very reason

The house bunny
Wild child
Deffinately maybe
i now prenounce you chuck and larry
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God i watched alot of films!
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The house bunny
Wild child
Deffinately maybe
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So in the midst of all that mindless comedy you watched a Truffaut movie?
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Just came back from Sherlock Holmes.
It was so bad I want to cry. Vomit vomit vomit.
The critics on imdb must be high or insane to give Holmes a good review.
For chrissakes.
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So in the midst of all that mindless comedy you watched a Truffaut movie?
Nope it was the recent wild child! So still mindless comedy, so not Truffaut!
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Oh, I just looked it up and. . .yeah. . .not Truffaut
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I'm surprised you watched it with your parents. It's very rude and crude for most of the film(although that makes it hilarious) and it also had a lot of bad language. Did you not feel a tiny bit embarassed though? It would depend on what age you are though(not that i'm asking lol) but if your a mature adult then it wouldn't be.
I'm 18, a young adult but quite mature for my age i'd say. I've watched movies with crude language and stuff like that with my parents for a long time...granted not as crazy as Hangover, but i don't feel awkward about it.

My mom said it was alright, but not "her kind of comedy." My dad said "it had its parts" but he was still kinda "meh, it was alright" kinda attitude. He's pretty critical of movies anyways. lol
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Just came back from Sherlock Holmes.
It was so bad I want to cry. Vomit vomit vomit.
The critics on imdb must be high or insane to give Holmes a good review.
For chrissakes.
I almost went to see that today...glad i didnt now.
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