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Discussion in 'Picture Threads Archive' started by Love, Apr 20, 2007.

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  1. Ramius75

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    Munich- nice balancing act by Speilberg. thou not entirely true, its still a nice movie.

    Eternal sunshine of the Spotless mind, brilliant. the imagination of the director is spectacular. who else can film a film like this ?? :D 2 thumbs up.

    The relationship between Joel and Clementine kind of reminds me of me and someone else... most probably ends in failure again.
     
  2. Jawz II

    Jawz II Oh Dear

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    I saw Robocop yesterday. I will watch Terminator tonight.

    Cause I'm tired of watching crap. If you know of any new good action movies, do let me know.
     
  3. angeleyes

    angeleyes mood indigo

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    The assassination of Jesse James by the coward Robert Ford

    I was forgotten i really am not the least impressed by Brad Pitt (playing Jesse James), who looks to me just like a boy, i will avoid movies with him in the future. I only got interested after JJ was shot and the last 15 minutes of the movie was about Robert Ford till he was murdered too.
     
  4. Fëanor

    Fëanor Chieftain

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    Futurama: Bender's Big Score! 7/10

    Resident Evil: Extinction 5.5/10
    +: I liked the "post-apocalyptic setting", lots of action.
    -: Predictable, cliché after cliché after cliché, not enough horror.
     
  5. RoboPig

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    The Lives of Others
    Letters from Iwo Jima
    Ocean's 13
     
  6. Phlegmak

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    I saw Saw IV. It was ok. Very bloody and gory.
     
  7. Lozzy_Ozzy

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    American Gangster.
    4 :thumbsup: /5
     
  8. b etor

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    ooh i saw supertrooper when i was at my friend's house. well i watched the first half and heard the second half. very funny. :)
     
  9. jeps

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    B Movie - .
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    well maybe not THAT bad, but still...
     
  10. Phlegmak

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    I just saw The Mist. Despite the fact that it's based on a Stephen King novel, it's actually very good. It's actually scary too, which is amazing. It's amazing that someone can actually make a scary horror movie. I didn't like the ending too much though. (Do not view the spoiler if you don't want the movie spoiled to you.)

    Spoiler :

    Never surrender! You go down fighting!


    And I am highly displeased that they used Dead Can Dance's "Host of Seraphim". That song will be used in 1/10 of the horror/sad movies from now until the end of time. It's a wonderful song, but I don't want it overused. I guess I should just get used to it.

    By the way, that movie 1/18/08 or whatever it was, has a new trailer at the beginning of The Mist. They said the name of the movie, but I forgot it. It's a movie about what looks like a giant creature, judging by the aim of the soldiers (they were firing upwards). And there are smaller man-sized creatures, and one apparently eats a person, but the eating is done in silhouette, so I can't be certain.
     
  11. Gilder

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  12. Fëanor

    Fëanor Chieftain

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    Shoot 'Em Up: 7.5/10
    +Quite original, +lots of actions
    -Most one liner jokes are extremely lame
     
  13. West 36

    West 36 Can count up to 4

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    We could have been in the same theater, and not only that, we may have the same mind. I liked the movie, up to the end, it was too much, but some people said it was ballsy, which is true, I guess... It wasn't too scary, or maybe I'm just thinking of gory, which is all thats out there today, it definitely was unique, had a few cool "what would you do" questions posed (makes you think, you know?), and I'm not sure how I'll react next time there's a heavy fog. Weird story, but effective, I guess. If not for that ending... I'm not sure I would recommend $9 to see it, but renting it, and if its on HBO someday, definitely check it out. Of course, I posted all this in random raves already, but oh well.
     
  14. Phlegmak

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    Yeah, that one.
     
  15. puglover

    puglover Disturber of Worldviews

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    Blades of Glory. Throughout the movie I wished it were physically possible to chew out your own eyeballs. Everything about it sucked.
     
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    Rescue Dawn -historically inaccurate, but it has some merits a good film.
     
  17. Jawz II

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    I watched the Jungle Book.

    Had not seen that one since I was like 12.
     
  18. b etor

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    you can't be serious! omg i looooooved that movie. :lol:
     
  19. Whomp

    Whomp Keep Calm and Carry On Retired Moderator

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    I've recently seen No Country For Old Men and Michael Clayton.
    In No Country I loved the dialogue, the protagonists and especially the villain. The ending was brutal or I just don't get it...

    First hour and a half 5/5. Last 15 minutes 1/5.

    Michael Clayton was entertaining but really the plot was completely ridiculous thought out. 2.5/5.
     
  20. puglover

    puglover Disturber of Worldviews

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    Die, pagan.
     
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