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    Star Trek Into Darkness - 10/10!!!
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    Ghost Ship, just located the dvd in my house and had forgotten how good it is
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    Shaun of the dead (I've seen it before, but I don't think I've ever seen till the end, I had no idea what was going to happen!) Really enjoyed it. 8.5/10. And watched Moulin Rouge again, always forget how much I love it!
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    Evil Dead - 8.2 out of 10 compared to other modern remakes

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    Star Trek; Into Darkness 9/10

    Little bit predictable and cheesy at parts (but hey it's Star Trek) and I was laughing my socks off at the role-reversed recycled plotline near the end ... hope I didn't spoil the moment for anyone around me but gaaah it was funny and cringeworthy at the same time.
    Pleasantly surprised by the cameo from Leonard Nimoy I wasn't expecting them to shoehorn him in but it was neatly done.


    I don't know if I'm reading too much into it but was there a hint of a Space Odyssey homage in there?
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    Source Code. I've seen it before but think I liked it less the 2nd time. 5/10
    The Amazing Spiderman. Got this on DVD for Christmas and finally watched it! Much preferred it to the Tobey McGuire version, Andrew Garfield was way better in it. Looking forward to the sequel. 7.5/10
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    Yesterday we went to see Star Trek Into Darkness, which was AWESOMELY BRILLIANT and I LOVED it. 10/10, can't wait to see it again. SO MUCH TREKKIE LOVE.

    And tonight we watched Birdemic: Shock and Terror which really deserved no more than 0.5/10, because it was pretty much the worst movie I've ever seen. But I still loved it. That might be the vodka talking.
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    Decided since The Ides of March has been on my shelf for several months i'd finally give it a whirl. Didn't expect to like it particularly, though I have an interest in politics I admit i'm not overly educated, so I was wary about how much i'd understand, or enjoy! The first half hour or so seemed quite slow, but well worth the wait for the storyline to come into its own. And I absolutely loved the ending, the tension builds up really well too. 8.5/10
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    Wreck-It Ralph - 10/10, just awesome and I had so many feels D:

    Edit: Bridesmaids - 5/10, expected more from it (examples - a follow-up on Rita and Becca's plane scene since they pretty much disappeared from the movie after that, and whether Annie went back into baking; also would've liked more backstory on Helen's relationship with her husband and why it meant she felt the need to outdo Annie with OTT gestures to Lillian all the time) and the food poisoning scene was absolutely horrendous. Be warned, fellow emetophobes! (It takes place in the bridal shop scene, you can tell pretty much when it will happen due to the women having bad stomachs and running off to the bathroom).
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    Iron Man 3 - 7/10, enjoyed it but not the best film of the Iron Man films although i do understand why they filmed it like that.







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