The last movie you saw and what you would rate it out of 10.

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  1. Dr Kain

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    Maybe if you ignore the fact that she reads her lines with the most wooden facial expressions. Of course, since half of her face is plastic, that isn't surprising. Hell, Bella from Twilight can show more emotion than Megan Fox and that girl is flatter than a sheet of paper. Megan's eyes have this inane attitude about her that reads, "Thank god I am being paid for this because this is a waste of my time." Porn stars can act better than Megan. Did she even go to acting school? Does she actually have a degree for theater? Because from my understanding, she didn't even go to college.
     
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    Wreck-It Ralph- 9/10

    My favorite of this Disney revival era. So much great creativity and a fun characters and story to go with it. I had only seen this once before.
     
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    Big Hero 6 8/10

    Movie is tons of fun!
     
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    The 2004 Fantastic Four. 7.5/8 out of 10, I just really like this movie, it handles the characters in personality better and design better.
     
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    He does indeed get injured. While I don't like the man on a personal level, I must say he's quite impressive on a professional level. His work shouldn't be dismissed because he's crazy.

    You need 100% proof to back that claim up, otherwise that's a flat out lie and you're making yourself look bad, here.

    Cruise does his own stunts. There are behind the scenes videos proving it.

    Too true!

    Nope, no stunt double. M:I2's rock climbing sequence? All him.
    M:I3's stunt driving? All him. (Same goes for Knight & Day, which was a bad movie)
    Ghost Protocol? Simon Pegg even verified it was Cruise climbing the Burj Khalifa. It freaked him out a bit, actually.
    Rogue Nation? There's video online, courtesy of Paramount and Entertainment Tonight in which they show Cruise being strapped in to safety wires and he's literally dangling off the side of the cargo plane which is seen in the posters and the trailers. It's really him.

    On top of that, Dougray Scott admitted that he and Cruise went full throttle in the fight scenes in 2 and that they both gut checked each other something fierce during those sequences. Bruised ribs and whatnot.

    Ah. He tell me. So, yeah, no actual proof. 'Kay.

    Agreed on both, but I was really impressed by The Duff. Turned out to be a much smarter film than I was expecting.
     
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    I mean hell, Cruise has gone on to say if Top Gun 2 is made, he'll only join if the jets he flies are real deals in the sky and not cgi in a studio.
     
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    It's been a while. Let's just go with what I saw in the movie theatre last

    Inside out 10/10
    A great movie even for teens like myself. I could relate to a lot of stuff
     
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    Yes! Thank you! I do remember hearing about that recently. The dude does his own stunts and does them well. He's crazy as can be, but the dude puts some real effort into his work and especially his stunts.

    People be hatin', but they need to respect his stunt work skills. The man's nutty enough to be climbing one of the tallest buildings in the world and does it without flinching. Mad respect, yo.
     
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    Selma
    9.5/10
    This is one of the best biographical movies I have ever seen. Anyone is eligible to relate with this film. It also shows that MLKJ is indeed underrated nowadays.
     
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    Obviously I don't have proof. Not everything needs proof to be true. Hell, you just had to take people's word on things long before the internet was around, why should it be different today? Why does everything need proof to be true?

    Anyway, I have no reason to doubt what this guy since he knew what he was talking about. But hey, if you don't want to believe, that's cool.
     
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    Yeah, as if your Joe Schmoe actually read his contract.

    Watched TFTM 2007 again with my son the other day: 9/10

    Finished watching ROTF this morning with him: 7/10
     
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    Justice League: Gods and Monsters - 8/10
     
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    Watched 2 movies last night:

    Unbreakable - 8/10

    Face/Off - 6 out of 10

    and the last in the theater:
    Ant-Man - 7.5/10
     
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    You act like those things are necessary.
     
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    Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (theatrical cut) - 7/10
    Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods (director's cut) - 8/10
     
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    Wolves 6/10 primarily watched this due to it being directed by David Hayter. Overall acting was ok. The practical makeup was cool. It had a TV movie feeling. It was rated r but they cut off f words. The story had a weird plot twist that made no sense.
     
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    Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl

    8/10 - Great film.
     
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    Ant-Man - 8.5/10
    Pym Particles present a sizeable middle-finger to physics, but goddamn this movie was fun. Paul Rudd as the second Ant-Man Scott Lang was excellent, Micheal Douglas kicked ass as Hank Pym. The CG de-aging they used on Micheal Douglas for scenes taking place in the past was amazing, I really couldn't tell it was CG(something that was painfully obvious when they used it on Jeff Bridges in Tron Legacy). Evangeline Lily was alright as Hope Van Dyne. She didn't stick out to me as a character as much as Scott's room-mates did. The fight scene at the end was AWESOME. Never thought I'd say, as a twenty-four-year-old man that I laughed when Ant-Man swung a Thomas the Tank Engine toy at Yellow Jacket.
     
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    Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation - 9/10

    Awesome action and humor. I saw it in a filled giant IMAX theater and the audience loved it too. Can't wait to see what's in store for 6.
     
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    Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation - 8.5/10 - Great action, brilliant ending, well acted(especially Rebecca Ferguson), but found myself walking out of theatre not feeling the awe I felt after seeing Ghost Protocol, maybe my expectations were too high, great overall though

    Also, watched Ghost Protocol again - 10/10, one of my favourite movies of the last 10 years if not ever !