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Which Movies Have You Seen Lately? V for Five

Discussion in 'Picture Threads Archive' started by holy king, Jan 16, 2010.

  1. holy king

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  2. flyingchicken

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    Watched Mars Attacks! again.
     
  3. Love

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    That is an awesome movie indeed.
     
  4. Yared

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    Sherlock Holmes. Enjoyed it.
     
  5. Ramius75

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    avatar?
     
  6. holy king

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    are we supposed to guess?
     
  7. Yared

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    3D or normal?
     
  8. Ramius75

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    3D, but thats about 2 mths ago ....
     
  9. Shekwan

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    I watched Whiteout last night. Fairly standard whodunnit fare with the added bonus of Kate Beckinsale. It was set in Antarctica though, but they circumvented that problem by having a scene at the start where she slowly takes of all 20 layers of clothes and has a shower. I congratulate the writer.
     
  10. Ansar

    Ansar Détente avec l'été

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    The Hangover
    Daybreakers
     
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    Just saw Good Night, and Good Luck.

    Twas a very good movie, though a lot more subtle than I thought it would be.
     
  12. kulade

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    watched the hangover with my roommates, then i showed them the greatest movie of all time:

     
  13. amadeus

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    License to Kill (1989) -- I was on something of a Bond-spree and I downloaded this one a few weeks ago, but didn't watch it until tonight.

    Watched The Big Lebowski (1998) after a friend suggested it... I didn't really get anything spiritual out of it like some people do. It's just a movie.

    Watched The Wizard (1989) because I wanted to see how awful it was. It was awful.
     
  14. Shekwan

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    If more people saw The Big Lebowski as an instruction manual for how to live the world would be a better place. Bowl some rocks, have some oat sodas and do a J every now and then. And don't let Chinamen piss on your rug.
     
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    Gangs of New York. It sucked balls.
     
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    Whiteout was pretty good!

    Kate Beckinsale is yummy.
     
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    I watched Gran Torino and Up.
    Both are recommended. Although I couldn't help to wonder whether the second was a subtle parody of the first. I mean, seriously?:D

     
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    Sherlock Holmes and Avatar (in 2D). Both were good, not excellent. I suspect that if I had seen Avatar in 3D I would have liked it more.
     
  19. aelf

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    Avatar. It may leave you with a feeling of being entertained, but you don't want to remember it too much afterwards lest problems with the movie start to become more distinct than anything it has to to offer in your memory.

    But I couldn't help but to finally get pissed off when it won the Critics' Choice award for best action movie instead of District 9. I thought critics were supposed to be more discerning.
     
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    Been watching a lot of movies recently off of Netflix:
    V for Vendetta
    Requiem for a Dream
    Pan's Labyrinth
    Pulp Fiction
    Pi
    Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    The Boondock Saints
     

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