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    Nebraska - :star3: 1/2 Primal Fear - :star4: All Is Lost - :star4:
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    Random Question..Keep posting

    At work, putting off the photo project I should be doing. Half hour for lunch break or hour-long?
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    Rise of the Planet of the Apes :star3: 1/2 Dawn of the Planet of the Apes :star4: I was not expecting much but I now officially love the new incarnation of this franchise. RISE of course deals with Caesar, the superintelligent offspring of a lab chimp, the scientist (James Franco) who adopts...
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    Yeah, that was pretty much my reaction too. It was okay (the casting definitely helped) but I was more exhausted than saddened or frightened by the end.
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    Watching movies vs Reading Books

    I agree w/this, and that's why I usually prefer the book. Also, most movies just aren't able to cover as much due to runtime and they'll drop content that may not directly pertain to the main plot but add depth - you get this with Dickens adaptations all the time, and I've watched like 10...
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    What kind of robots are on here?

    Well, there's Johnny 5, Data, Servo, Wall-E, David8, Bender, and few Stepford Wives....and Twiki but we avoid him as much as we can.
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    Justin Cronin: The Passage

    I liked it, although it was a little "busy" - seems like he was throwing a lot of ideas around. I liked the characters though and found it very suspenseful. I haven't read its sequel The Twelve yet.
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    Enough Said - :star3: We're the Millers - :star2: 1/2 The Way Way Back - :star1: The Counselor - :star3: Secondhand Lions (re-watch) - :star4:
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    Psychology and Philosophy books?

    Marcus Aerelius' Meditations The Rebel by Albert Camus
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    A Million Little Pieces by James Frey

    It was Tao Te Ching, I believe.