Old 29th December 2003, 11:40   #41
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cowboy bebop the movie. it was really great


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Old 29th December 2003, 18:26   #42
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My younger cousin's been lazy on getting the rest of the CB series, let alone get the movie...

Havn't watched any movies lately, except for "A Christmas Story" on TNT Christmass day...

"Deck the haws wif bows of frarry! FRA! FRA! FRA! FRA! FRA! RA! RA! RA! RA!"

It's the only thing that gets me into some time of "Christmas spirit", come the holidays...

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Old 29th December 2003, 22:04   #43
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just watched all three Back To The Future films, just got the trilogy box thingy. it was only £20! they are some of the best films ever (cept that the world will never look like that in 2015 )


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Spiderman. Okay, so it was good. My one gripe - if I had super powers I WOULD NOT be a dork out of costume (Peter Parker sucks). I'd be Mr Arrogant 24/7.

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Star Wars Episode 2: Attack Of The Clones

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Old 2nd January 2004, 21:25   #46
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Just saw "Cold Mountain"
Blah...not impressed with this movie.
But then I don't like Nicole Kidman or Renee Zelweger,
although Renee was quite good.
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Old 2nd January 2004, 23:19   #48
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My Dinner with Andre.....I liked it.

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i just saw Love Actually. I loved it. One of the best movies i've seen in a while actually. 4.5/5


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Old 10th January 2004, 05:05   #50
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Watched this week;

Dogville.....8/10
Elephant....9/10
Lost in Translation...8/10
Once Upon A Time In Mexico.....7/10 (Selma Hayek gets 10/10....phwer!)

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Watched this week;

Dogville.....8/10
Elephant....9/10
Lost in Translation...8/10
Once Upon A Time In Mexico.....7/10 (Selma Hayek gets 10/10....phwer!)
Sorry that I have to do this but I disargee with you on 3 of those ratings (I haven't seen Lost in Translation so I cannot say anything about it):

It's not obvious to me why you rated Dogville lower than Elephant, Dogvilee was a great movie in my opinion, the scene was a nice idea, the actors were awesome (which the scenery made you notice since there wasn't that much distraction around) and the tension that slowly built up was incredible! In my opinion this movie should have gotten that European movie price, not "Goodbye Lenin"...

Elephant on the other hand, which was liked by just about every critic over here didn't please me at all, it was interesting, yes, but it totally failed ot impress or make me feel with it in any way...meh, maybe it's just me.

Now Once upon a time in Mexico was a great disappointment to me (I think I've already written this is some other thred in here) I expected another cool Rodriguez flick but then it was just another bad Hollywood movie...I rather watched Desperado once again, even the $7000 production El Mariachi was better in my opinion, the wit and hte coolness got lost somewhere in between a complicated story that wasn't really wriiten out well enough so it could be a plus for this movie...and Salma only appeared in it for not even 10 minutes

Sorry that I had to disagree with you but that's only my opinion on it

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Watched "Signs" in my English after we read/listened to the 1930's radio play of "The War of the Worlds"...First time seeing it, and I kinda liked it...

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Old 31st January 2004, 00:50   #53
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"Big Fish"
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Armageddon

Ironic during the beginning when the meteors hit New York, and that one guy yells "We're at war! Saddam Hussein's bombin' us!"...

But I only got to see half of it...I'll finish it tonight if I gett he chance...

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Old 10th February 2004, 10:09   #55
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Well to be honest once upon a time in mexico was better than i thought. Is it possible to out cheese Desperado?

Yesterday i watched: Soulkeeper and Return of the dragon...returning them both. Just finished watching the new SEAGAL movie!!! Was definatly that seagal quality, i give it 5/5, but it is probably a 1, 2 tops. Just sittong down to watch Good Morning Vietnam..gotta love robin.
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Saw "Pearl Harbor" while it was on ABC sunday night...

I'm a bit interested in war movies, so it kept my attention (Although I lost it during the small romance scenes... )

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Old 26th February 2004, 07:46   #61
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Resident Evil, not exactly spectacular but definately worth watching.

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Old 27th February 2004, 07:42   #62
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Fear and loathing in las vegas

One word: odd. I liked it.

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X-men 2 United:

Pretty awesome visual effects, so pretty much a two thumbs up movie to me.

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Old 29th February 2004, 12:13   #64
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Goodfellas, excellent.

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Killing Zoe (script by Tarantino)

It was not a great movie but it was an alright one, a pretty good gangster flick. Beware, most of the dialogues are in French so I had most of the fun comparing it to the English subtitles

It gets an average rating from me.

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Dogvilee was a great movie in my opinion, the scene was a nice idea, the actors were awesome (which the scenery made you notice since there wasn't that much distraction around) and the tension that slowly built up was incredible! In my opinion this movie should have gotten that European movie price, not "Goodbye Lenin"...
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"O Brother, Where Art Thou?"

Watched it my Latin class because it had some references/related to "The Odessey"...

Pretty good, I guess...

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"Dawn Of The Dead"

For a horror movie, this is kinda funny...

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"Underworld"
I liked it.
A lot.

The world is made of conflicts: good and evil, order and chaos, light and dark, hot and cold. All are essential to life. None can prevail for any length of time, or life will fail. In the end, the best any can hope for is balance.
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"2 Fast 2 Furious"

Yes, I liked the movie...

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Over the last week and a bit I've watched the following..

Finding Nemo (dvd)
Alien Directors Cut (dvd)
Aliens Direcors Cut (dvd)
Wild Geese (TV, haha, forgot what a corny film this was)
Species (TV , again corny, worth it for Natasha Henstridge alone however)

Was due to see 21grams at the cinema last night but got stuck in traffic so missed it
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The movie to "Of Mice and Men" in my English class after reading the book...

...eh... :/

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