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PostPosted: Thu Oct 04, 2012 9:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Last night I saw People Like Us. Fantastic film. In a year with some strong film fare, yet nothing that really "blew me away", this was hands down, my favorite movie so far, of 2012.

Chris Pine is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors in Hollywood and Elizabeth Berkley (already one of my top 3 actresses), gives the performance of her career. You also get stong supporting roles from Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and a child actor named Michael Hall D'Addario.

The story is pretty simple and straight forward, but very well done and the ending is just fantastic. This one is for sure, going in my top 50 of all time. I may even watch it again, before I send it back to Netflix.


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Last night I saw People Like Us. Fantastic film. In a year with some strong film fare, yet nothing that really "blew me away", this was hands down, my favorite movie so far, of 2012.

Chris Pine is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors in Hollywood and Elizabeth Berkley (already one of my top 3 actresses), gives the performance of her career. You also get stong supporting roles from Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and a child actor named Michael Hall D'Addario.

The story is pretty simple and straight forward, but very well done and the ending is just fantastic. This one is for sure, going in my top 50 of all time. I may even watch it again, before I send it back to Netflix.


Joking right?



No way! I loved that film. You didn't like it? What exactly didn't you like?


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Michael Douglas, right? Good movie.
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TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Last night I saw People Like Us. Fantastic film. In a year with some strong film fare, yet nothing that really "blew me away", this was hands down, my favorite movie so far, of 2012.

Chris Pine is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors in Hollywood and Elizabeth Berkley (already one of my top 3 actresses), gives the performance of her career. You also get stong supporting roles from Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and a child actor named Michael Hall D'Addario.

The story is pretty simple and straight forward, but very well done and the ending is just fantastic. This one is for sure, going in my top 50 of all time. I may even watch it again, before I send it back to Netflix.


Joking right?



No way! I loved that film. You didn't like it? What exactly didn't you like?


predictible- overused storyline, medicore to bad acting, oversappiness. Wasn't terrible but It's not even in my top 40 in the year right now.
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Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Last night I saw People Like Us. Fantastic film. In a year with some strong film fare, yet nothing that really "blew me away", this was hands down, my favorite movie so far, of 2012.

Chris Pine is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors in Hollywood and Elizabeth Berkley (already one of my top 3 actresses), gives the performance of her career. You also get stong supporting roles from Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and a child actor named Michael Hall D'Addario.

The story is pretty simple and straight forward, but very well done and the ending is just fantastic. This one is for sure, going in my top 50 of all time. I may even watch it again, before I send it back to Netflix.


Joking right?



No way! I loved that film. You didn't like it? What exactly didn't you like?


predictible- overused storyline, medicore to bad acting, oversappiness. Wasn't terrible but It's not even in my top 40 in the year right now.



That end twist, was not predictable. The storyline may not be that original, but it was very well done with a terriffic script that told a realistic story. Bad acting? Are you out of your mind? Elizabeth Berkley was amazing and Chris Pine was very good.

I wonder if you and I saw the same film? I know two other people that saw the movie and they loved it. I also checked the message board for the film on IMDb and the comments were very positive.

I guess we'll see what other people on here think about the film, once more people get to see it. It just came available on Netflix, so more people will get to view it.
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TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Last night I saw People Like Us. Fantastic film. In a year with some strong film fare, yet nothing that really "blew me away", this was hands down, my favorite movie so far, of 2012.

Chris Pine is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors in Hollywood and Elizabeth Berkley (already one of my top 3 actresses), gives the performance of her career. You also get stong supporting roles from Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and a child actor named Michael Hall D'Addario.

The story is pretty simple and straight forward, but very well done and the ending is just fantastic. This one is for sure, going in my top 50 of all time. I may even watch it again, before I send it back to Netflix.


Joking right?



No way! I loved that film. You didn't like it? What exactly didn't you like?


predictible- overused storyline, medicore to bad acting, oversappiness. Wasn't terrible but It's not even in my top 40 in the year right now.



That end twist, was not predictable. The storyline may not be that original, but it was very well done with a terriffic script that told a realistic story. Bad acting? Are you out of your mind? Elizabeth Berkley was amazing and Chris Pine was very good.

I wonder if you and I saw the same film? I know two other people that saw the movie and they loved it. I also checked the message board for the film on IMDb and the comments were very positive.

I guess we'll see what other people on here think about the film, once more people get to see it. It just came available on Netflix, so more people will get to view it.


Or no one seen it in theaters, because it looked bad, and the reviews were all negative. Making there no reason to see it.

That's not a twist, that's just stupid storytelling..BTW.
but that's something I'd expect from the guy who wrote Transformers.

Also, realistic? If someone had a sister, they wouldn't stalk them and pretend to be their friend, just to scope em out. So stupid.
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c0insnap wrote:
Its A Sabotage wrote:
The Game


Michael Douglas, right? Good movie.


yes and yes.
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Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Last night I saw People Like Us. Fantastic film. In a year with some strong film fare, yet nothing that really "blew me away", this was hands down, my favorite movie so far, of 2012.

Chris Pine is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors in Hollywood and Elizabeth Berkley (already one of my top 3 actresses), gives the performance of her career. You also get stong supporting roles from Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and a child actor named Michael Hall D'Addario.

The story is pretty simple and straight forward, but very well done and the ending is just fantastic. This one is for sure, going in my top 50 of all time. I may even watch it again, before I send it back to Netflix.


Joking right?



No way! I loved that film. You didn't like it? What exactly didn't you like?


predictible- overused storyline, medicore to bad acting, oversappiness. Wasn't terrible but It's not even in my top 40 in the year right now.



That end twist, was not predictable. The storyline may not be that original, but it was very well done with a terriffic script that told a realistic story. Bad acting? Are you out of your mind? Elizabeth Berkley was amazing and Chris Pine was very good.

I wonder if you and I saw the same film? I know two other people that saw the movie and they loved it. I also checked the message board for the film on IMDb and the comments were very positive.

I guess we'll see what other people on here think about the film, once more people get to see it. It just came available on Netflix, so more people will get to view it.


Or no one seen it in theaters, because it looked bad, and the reviews were all negative. Making there no reason to see it.

That's not a twist, that's just stupid storytelling..BTW.
but that's something I'd expect from the guy who wrote Transformers.

Also, realistic? If someone had a sister, they wouldn't stalk them and pretend to be their friend, just to scope em out. So stupid.


No one saw it in theatres, but the reviews weren't "all bad". It has a 67% RT rating, so that is far from bad. No one saw The Five Year Engagement in theatres either and it was a very good film. Sometimes, the trailers undersell the film.

Aren't you the one who liked The Grey? That tells me what kind of taste you have. That film was laughably horrible. Laughing

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She already said she grew up hating her dad's other family and resented them. If he told her right away who he was, she would have rejected him immediately. At first, he was trying to scope out what kind of person she was, because he was considering, keeping the money, but he began to bond with her. Fom there, he was trying to have a chance to win her trust and get to know her as a person, so once he did reveal his identity, he might have a chance to be in her and her son's lives. He would have never gotten this chance, if he told her who he was right away.
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The 5 Year Engagement

I got it because people on here said it was good... I disagree. I have seen double digit romantic comedies better than this one
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Taken 2 got some horrible reviews, 17% on rt right now. Not sure anyone really expected it to be a traditional "good" movie with a good plot and all that stuff. It's just a simple action movie where the protagonist is an absolute boss and is unrealistically talented. I don't mind the refreshing take on an action film w/ no twists and just straight forward seeing the main character dominate, even if it's predictable. I'll probably wait till it comes out on dvd though, not worth the $20 it takes for the movies (one cannot go to a movie and not indulge in their snacks).
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TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Last night I saw People Like Us. Fantastic film. In a year with some strong film fare, yet nothing that really "blew me away", this was hands down, my favorite movie so far, of 2012.

Chris Pine is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors in Hollywood and Elizabeth Berkley (already one of my top 3 actresses), gives the performance of her career. You also get stong supporting roles from Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and a child actor named Michael Hall D'Addario.

The story is pretty simple and straight forward, but very well done and the ending is just fantastic. This one is for sure, going in my top 50 of all time. I may even watch it again, before I send it back to Netflix.


Joking right?



No way! I loved that film. You didn't like it? What exactly didn't you like?


predictible- overused storyline, medicore to bad acting, oversappiness. Wasn't terrible but It's not even in my top 40 in the year right now.



That end twist, was not predictable. The storyline may not be that original, but it was very well done with a terriffic script that told a realistic story. Bad acting? Are you out of your mind? Elizabeth Berkley was amazing and Chris Pine was very good.

I wonder if you and I saw the same film? I know two other people that saw the movie and they loved it. I also checked the message board for the film on IMDb and the comments were very positive.

I guess we'll see what other people on here think about the film, once more people get to see it. It just came available on Netflix, so more people will get to view it.


Or no one seen it in theaters, because it looked bad, and the reviews were all negative. Making there no reason to see it.

That's not a twist, that's just stupid storytelling..BTW.
but that's something I'd expect from the guy who wrote Transformers.

Also, realistic? If someone had a sister, they wouldn't stalk them and pretend to be their friend, just to scope em out. So stupid.


No one saw it in theatres, but the reviews weren't "all bad". It has a 67% RT rating, so that is far from bad. No one saw The Five Year Engagement in theatres either and it was a very good film. Sometimes, the trailers undersell the film.

Aren't you the one who liked The Grey? That tells me what kind of taste you have. That film was laughably horrible. Laughing

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She already said she grew up hating her dad's other family and resented them. If he told her right away who he was, she would have rejected him immediately. At first, he was trying to scope out what kind of person she was, because he was considering, keeping the money, but he began to bond with her. Fom there, he was trying to have a chance to win her trust and get to know her as a person, so once he did reveal his identity, he might have a chance to be in her and her son's lives. He would have never gotten this chance, if he told her who he was right away.


Oh god, are you really trying to tell me that I have terrible tastes? I really enjoyed the Grey, but it's in the 20's on my list for the year right now. I think it's got a great final 4 or 5 minutes, and was an enjoyable survival movie. BTW if you really care about RT scores, the Grey is 79% fresh.

You say it has a 67%, huh?? Just proves your a moron, it has a 57% from critics 66 from Audiences, but audience means nothing because all the Transformer and Twilight movies are positive from the audiences.

I'm not one anyone to go knocking others tastes, but damn, you've got to have the worst tastes in movies i've ever seen. If there is any bit of thought needed during a movie, you'll dislike it. Unless it's torture porn.
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Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Apodrocks wrote:
TheOsprey wrote:
Last night I saw People Like Us. Fantastic film. In a year with some strong film fare, yet nothing that really "blew me away", this was hands down, my favorite movie so far, of 2012.

Chris Pine is quickly becoming one of my favorite actors in Hollywood and Elizabeth Berkley (already one of my top 3 actresses), gives the performance of her career. You also get stong supporting roles from Olivia Wilde, Michelle Pfeiffer and a child actor named Michael Hall D'Addario.

The story is pretty simple and straight forward, but very well done and the ending is just fantastic. This one is for sure, going in my top 50 of all time. I may even watch it again, before I send it back to Netflix.


Joking right?



No way! I loved that film. You didn't like it? What exactly didn't you like?


predictible- overused storyline, medicore to bad acting, oversappiness. Wasn't terrible but It's not even in my top 40 in the year right now.



That end twist, was not predictable. The storyline may not be that original, but it was very well done with a terriffic script that told a realistic story. Bad acting? Are you out of your mind? Elizabeth Berkley was amazing and Chris Pine was very good.

I wonder if you and I saw the same film? I know two other people that saw the movie and they loved it. I also checked the message board for the film on IMDb and the comments were very positive.

I guess we'll see what other people on here think about the film, once more people get to see it. It just came available on Netflix, so more people will get to view it.


Or no one seen it in theaters, because it looked bad, and the reviews were all negative. Making there no reason to see it.

That's not a twist, that's just stupid storytelling..BTW.
but that's something I'd expect from the guy who wrote Transformers.

Also, realistic? If someone had a sister, they wouldn't stalk them and pretend to be their friend, just to scope em out. So stupid.


No one saw it in theatres, but the reviews weren't "all bad". It has a 67% RT rating, so that is far from bad. No one saw The Five Year Engagement in theatres either and it was a very good film. Sometimes, the trailers undersell the film.

Aren't you the one who liked The Grey? That tells me what kind of taste you have. That film was laughably horrible. Laughing

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She already said she grew up hating her dad's other family and resented them. If he told her right away who he was, she would have rejected him immediately. At first, he was trying to scope out what kind of person she was, because he was considering, keeping the money, but he began to bond with her. Fom there, he was trying to have a chance to win her trust and get to know her as a person, so once he did reveal his identity, he might have a chance to be in her and her son's lives. He would have never gotten this chance, if he told her who he was right away.


Oh god, are you really trying to tell me that I have terrible tastes? I really enjoyed the Grey, but it's in the 20's on my list for the year right now. I think it's got a great final 4 or 5 minutes, and was an enjoyable survival movie. BTW if you really care about RT scores, the Grey is 79% fresh.

You say it has a 67%, huh?? Just proves your a moron, it has a 57% from critics 66 from Audiences, but audience means nothing because all the Transformer and Twilight movies are positive from the audiences.

I'm not one anyone to go knocking others tastes, but damn, you've got to have the worst tastes in movies i've ever seen. If there is any bit of thought needed during a movie, you'll dislike it. Unless it's torture porn.


I always go by the public's opinion over "The critics". I disagree with "the critics" way too much. This morning, People Like Us had a 67% public rating. I'm always gonna use that, over what a bunch of so called "critics" think. Apparently the public rating dropped 1% by this evening, but it was 67%.

The Grey was one of the 3 worst films I've seen in 2012. It took no thought at all. It was the same old, typical survival film with special FX so bad, the wolves at times looked as though they were leftovers puppets from the Jim Henson studios. Laughing
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