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I have BBC's Persuasion on, but I can't really get into. I've heard thought that BBC's Sense & Sensibility is good. Of course I"ve watched the Ang Lee Emma Thompson version which is superb... I may get it this week to see  :P

Good neighbors
Pretty good! Kinda predictable, but with some slight nuances. Understated, but interesting. 4/5

The game
Too long. I've seen similar-ish movies that came before and after this one, but it's still pretty good. Gets better toward the end. I would have enjoyed this way more if it weren't so long. 3.5/5 (closer to 4)

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The Lord Of The Rings Trilogy
Why have I not bought the movies before?  I am in love with Legolas because as my son says the Elves are beautiful.  Not to mention all the natural redheads that are in the movie.  I love redheads!! 

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Which Way Home, a great doc. about kids from mexico and Honduras trying to sneak into the US.  Very sad!

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I've been watching the show Once Upon a Time on hulu. It's good! Super creative.

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A Matter of Life and Death. Old postwar film, with a very young David Niven and the infamous Lieutenant Trubshawe, playing himself. I can see where a certain episode of MASH got its inspiration. The black and white/colour thing is odd since "real life" is in colour and "Heaven" is in black and white. I should think it would be the other way round, particularly in wartime.

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The Next Three Days

A movie has to be REALLY good for me to be ok with it being so long! This is not THAT good, but still good. I've seen variants of this story a few times, so nothing too new, but still suspenseful. Far fetched, as usual, but pretty enjoyable. 4/5

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Alexander

He has an efd up family.  In fact his life in this film is all efd up.  It's an ok movie.

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A Matter of Life and Death. Old postwar film, with a very young David Niven and the infamous Lieutenant Trubshawe, playing himself. I can see where a certain episode of MASH got its inspiration. The black and white/colour thing is odd since "real life" is in colour and "Heaven" is in black and white. I should think it would be the other way round, particularly in wartime.

Finished it. Piece of cheese. I only watched it because DH said if I did he'd watch Three Iron with me.

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I cannot stop watching Breaking Bad on NEtflix. It is soooo addicting, much like meth I suppose.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyGxROwihHs

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I like Breaking bad too, I need to get back into it.

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Breaking Bad just gets better as the seasons go on. It started off as just "good" for me. I continued watching because it's known for its twists and turns and all kinds of hell breaking loose all the time, and I'm glad I did. The last two seasons were unbelievably good.

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I've had BB on my queue forever, but I know that I'll JUST watch it until it's done, so I don't even want to get started!

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I am on a Mad Men Series kick on netflix.

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I just watched (for the millionth time) The Addams Family. The house and the family I've always wanted. :)

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just finished the 3rd season of Sons of Anarchy, sooooo good!

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Netflix kept recommending movies of books from Catherine Cookson, so I went with it.

A Dinner of Herbs
This is a 6 part miniseries thing. I enjoyed it. I think I enjoyed the earlier episodes more, because the actor change was kinda weird. It was entertaining, and there's even some surprises near the end. This was the last of her books to movies.  4/5

The Fifteen Streets
I didn't like this one as much. I'm not sure what happened with the ending, but there seems to be some missing. The other CC movies are in a series, and this was only 1 movie, so there's probably more to it. Despite that, I didn't find it as entertaining. It was too slow, and almost too hard to watch. Hard times! I liked it enough to watch more, though. This was the first of her books to movies. 3/5

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I just finished Inside Job. A documentary that shows great insight into the global economic crisis. The film shows how the crisis started, how the crisis happened, and how fucked-up men got away with such detrimental actions. A lot of this disgusting financial shit that has occurred since the 1980's is still going strong while millions upon millions are suffering worldwide.

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Netflix kept recommending movies of books from Catherine Cookson, so I went with it.

Still watching these and enjoying them! I just really like British movies/series.

Colour Blind
Liked this one more than 15 Streets, but not as much as Dinner of Herbs. Definitely like the story and message behind this. 4/5

Wingless Bird
Also enjoyable. I like how these are all broken up into 3 parts. Great character development. 4/5

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WRATH OF KHAAAAAAAAAAAAN!!!

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Suspicion, an old Carey Grant movie

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