What is the last movie you saw, and rating?

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Re: What is the last movie you saw, and rating?

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Woody Harrelson’s Champions! A feel good movie! Made me smile and laugh throughout the movie!
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The last movie I watched was "Talk to me". I loved it and would totally recommend it to anyone who likes horror movies. Solid 10/10.
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The last movie I saw was LOVE AGAIN starring Priyanka Chopra.
The story is about Mira whin the process of grieving her now dead boyfriend, texts his number. She texts all sorts of things, about how she misses him, the people she meets, how she feels and so on. These texts are received by Rob who is cynical about love because of his broken engagement. When he gets these texts he wants to know more about this stranger and he eventually develops feelings for them without ever texting them back.
The movie revolves around the concept that love comes back around and that we need to be open to it.
It was good movie. I would rate it a 6.5 out of 10 because it felt very rushed. The whole movie felt rushed.
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