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    Code 46 - 6/10. Pretty good, although I was expecting it to have more of a focus on the actual codes and violations.

    Mr. Nobody - 5/10. It was interesting, but hard to keep up with what was going on. Plus, I fell asleep half way through, which didn't help.

    Insidious 2 - 6/10. It was okay-ish, but not as good as the first one.

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    Drinking Buddies - 4/10
    Captain America - 6/10
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    Frozen - 7/10
    Typical Disney musical, with more advanced animation though obviously. And of course as with all Disney musicals it made me tear up a little at the end :')

    Paranormal Whacktivity - 0/10
    The boyfriend's brother made us watch it when we were over at his place, thought it might at least be funny but it turned out just to be a terrible mix-up of about 15 movie parodies with quite a bit of a porn-ish element in there as well :/
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    Pierrepoint - 9/10

    I didn't actually want to watch this (it's about one of Britain's last, and certainly most famous, executioners) but the fella put it on while I was reading a book and rather than sod off into another room I put the book down and joined him after a while. It's interesting, oddly compelling, and yes there's a bit that you don't really expect and yes it's quite moving.
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    Hunger games (again!) - 8/10

    I still prefer the books (but who doesn't?!) but I do really like the films. The first part (before the games) feels a bit rushed in the film but I'm still glad we bought it and can't wait to get the second one (and last one when it's out) so we can have HG marathons
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    The Fox and The Hound - 5/10
    Alex Cross - 3/10
    We're The Millers - 6/10
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaitey (: View Post
    Hunger games (again!) - 8/10

    I still prefer the books (but who doesn't?!) but I do really like the films. The first part (before the games) feels a bit rushed in the film but I'm still glad we bought it and can't wait to get the second one (and last one when it's out) so we can have HG marathons
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    Insidious: Chapter 2 - was nowhere near as good as the first one, it didn't have the unique subtle jumpy bits that the first one had but the continuity couldn't be faulted. Great story and without revealing spoilers, very exciting ending. 8/10
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    Drive-8/10.
    I really enjoyed this, and it's not my usual kind of genre at all. It has an awesome soundtrack too, but I just found the plot really engaging and interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soph_17 View Post
    Drive-8/10.
    I really enjoyed this, and it's not my usual kind of genre at all. It has an awesome soundtrack too, but I just found the plot really engaging and interesting.
    This is one of my all time favourite films!
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