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Sid & Judy
I wish this focused more on Judy.. Her husband annoyed me...

After listening to some of Judy's recordings on YouTube, it was great how she talked about how much she loved her kids, and how upset she was so many made money off her, except them... Then she talks about Sid... "An animal.. A thief, a sadist, a blackmailer.. Doesn't care one way or another about another soul, let alone his nice children. He's never contributed one penny to their upbringing. Never contributed an hour to their peace of mind. He's told them how how untalented they are, how stupid they are, who needs them. He's told them how he doesn't like them. That's a nice man, that's a big upstanding tramp! Well maybe he's in with the judges in Santa Monica court so I can't see my children now that I live in England. Because I can't live in the stench of Sid Luft, the judges, with "Judy's crazy". I know how to raise three kids, and damn well.. And I know how to be loved by a man who understands the pressures I've had to go through. And it's worth it. It's hell. The letters say "You've sinned"... I go to church every Sunday!





I cant believe i am saying this, but I have now actually liked a Michael Bay movie.


I just finished watching 13 Hours and it was quite a well made flick, minus the usual annoying Michael Bay things like one hyperactive character, people screaming like animals during action scenes, stereotypes that are overplayed and way too many slow motion shots.


Being a non-American I won't get into the politics of that unfortunate event, because I don't know what unfolded back in America after this. But purely as a movie watcher, I thought this was a really good action film.



I cant believe i am saying this, but I have now actually liked a Michael Bay movie.


I just finished watching 13 Hours and it was quite a well made flick, minus the usual annoying Michael Bay things like one hyperactive character, people screaming like animals during action scenes, stereotypes that are overplayed and way too many slow motion shots.


Being a non-American I won't get into the politics of that unfortunate event, because I don't know what unfolded back in America after this. But purely as a movie watcher, I thought this was a really good action film.

I didn't like the film that much. But here's one perspective.


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My Favorite Films



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Thor: Ragnarok
(2017)
3.5/5




The House at the End of the Street
(2012)
3/5

I am never impressed with anything Jennifer Lawrence does.



The House at the End of the Street
(2012)
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I am never impressed with anything Jennifer Lawrence does.
You didnít like her in, say, Silver Linings or Mother ?



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You didnít like her in, say, Silver Linings or Mother ?
Never seen "Silver Linings Playbook" because I can't stand Bradley Cooper and haven't watched "Mother" all the way through yet.

The only way I can watch anything with Bradley Cooper is with him doing the voice of "Rocket Raccoon" in GOTG... I just cant stand to look at his face... I tease my sister that he looks like a Proboscis monkey



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@MovieMeditation

You know I love Danish cinema and Susanne Bier is one of my favorite directors but when she directed "Serena" with Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper, I was so upset. I could not stand that movie. To me, both are terrible actors.

Open Hearts, After The Wedding and In A Better World are great films but yeah, not a fan of Serena. Even Bird Box was good..

I won't even watch the American remake of After the Wedding...



@MovieGal damn... thatís quite some hate you got there. Good you got it off your chest.

I wouldnít say I love either, but I do think both have turned in at least one great performance. So yeah.

I havenít seen Serena. Never appealed to me one bit.



I cant believe i am saying this, but I have now actually liked a Michael Bay movie.

I just finished watching 13 Hours and it was quite a well made flick, minus the usual annoying Michael Bay things like one hyperactive character, people screaming like animals during action scenes, stereotypes that are overplayed and way too many slow motion shots.

Being a non-American I won't get into the politics of that unfortunate event, because I don't know what unfolded back in America after this. But purely as a movie watcher, I thought this was a really good action film.
I agree with you. It's a riveting film.



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@MovieGal damn... thatís quite some hate you got there. Good you got it off your chest.

I wouldnít say I love either, but I do think both have turned in at least one great performance. So yeah.

I havenít seen Serena. Never appealed to me one bit.
There are few actors I don't watch unless I have to

Bradley Cooper - can't stand to look at him.. I only enjoy him as Rocket

Ben Affleck - please don't talk. I can't stand your voice, that's why I enjoyed "The Accountant" and "To The Wonder". You barely had any lines.

Ben Stiller - I don't find you funny, not in anything.

I'm sure there is more.



The House at the End of the Street
(2012)
3/5
I am never impressed with anything Jennifer Lawrence does.
Haven't seen this, as I'm not a horror fan. But I agree with you about Lawrence. She's very overrated, and I'm not sure how that happened..



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Haven't seen this, as I'm not a horror fan. But I agree with you about Lawrence. She's very overrated, and I'm not sure how that happened..
I am a huge Xmen fan ... I mean a HUGE FAN. She's a terrible Mystique but Rebecca Romijn isn't any better.



I am a huge Xmen fan ... I mean a HUGE FAN. She's a terrible Mystique but Rebecca Romijn isn't any better.
Perhaps it was X-men: First Class, or Hunger Games that made her popular (haven't seen either), since they were such big box office. But after the earlier Winter's Bone, in which IMO she was pretty bad, it seems to me that she should have been relegated to "B" films. Wait! She was...



Pawn Sacrifice (2014)

Well made and sturdy representation of the chess genius Bobby Fischer. The tension dropped at times (as I do not play chess) but it was a fascinating insight to the mind of competitors and being driven.