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Old 05-09-2006, 17:12
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Mean Girls
Peter Pan
The Exorcist
Night of the Living Dead
The Borrowers.... lol quite a mixture there.. hehehe
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Old 05-09-2006, 17:24
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As the title says, whats the last five films u watched and what you thaught of them

mine are

1) pulp fiction - fantastic movie, i can watch this over and over
2) hostle - good movie but quite disgusting, not the goryist movie ever, but certanly the most realistic ive seen
3) the entity - good, a little strange but overall good
4) american pie band camp - no where near as good as the first 3 but still some funny moments
5) life of brian - very very very very very funny
1. a few good men
2. the shining
3.marathon man
4.rear window
5.the towering inferno

lol im only 25 but i love the older movies.
The only shows im interested in now are 24 and prison break.

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Old 05-09-2006, 17:37
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The Island - A good idea, but the cheesy ending ruined it
The Aviator - Couldn't get into it with my brother and cousin laughing their heads off all the way through
The Last Holiday - Cute movie
Failure To Launch - Extremely predictable, and Matthew Mconagy (however its spelt) annoyed the hell out of me
The Break-Up - Liked it but after watching four of her movies, iv concluded that Jennifer Aniston is always going to be "Rachel" to me, lol
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Old 05-09-2006, 18:43
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1. Zombie Flesh Eaters (aka Zombi 2).
2. The Living Dead At Manchester Morgue (aka Let Sleeping Corpses Lie).
3. Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift.
4. RV: Runaway Vacation.
5. Bloodrayne.
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Old 05-09-2006, 23:02
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1. Splendor (the movie that no-one else in the world seems to have heard of)
2. Wallace and Gromit, Curse of the Were-Rabbit
3. Cruel Intentions
4. Ocean's 12
5. Daydream Believers (the story of the Monkees!)
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Old 05-09-2006, 23:48
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1, Hidden (Cache) 8/10
2, Notting Hill 8/10
3, Four Weddings And A Funeral 8/10
4, Working Girl 8/10
5, Human Traffic 3/10
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Old 05-09-2006, 23:52
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Casablanca - Taken me nearly 40 years to see this for the first time. Great film.
United 93 - Very good film, but disturbing viewing.
Poseidon - Didn't really need a remake. I don't think this added anything to the original.
Lucky Number Slevin - Loved it.
Ice Age 2 - Not as good as the original, but still top quality entertainment.
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Old 06-09-2006, 00:42
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-Hills Have Eyes-Enjoyable and disturbing at the same time
-The Forgotten-I Loved it, Loved the trailer when I first saw it but reviewers put me off it, was on sky the other night and I'm so glad I watched it, I thought it was great, My "Darkness Falls" of last year(ie film that is panned yet I can't find fault in lol)
-Monster House-Not the best kids film, and I love Kids Films but there just wasnt much that happened in it
-Mystic River-Amazing thought it was great and was so happy when one of my two guesses at what happened was actually correct!
Election-Amazing film, Reece deserved her oscar for this film, so great and was only 2.99 in HMV, so glad i caught it years ago on ITV to know what a bargain it was. Its hilarious and totally re-watchable over and over again
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Old 06-09-2006, 02:18
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Crank - highly enjoyable action film
Mr and Mrs Smith - fine Hollywood action/comedy
Pirates of the Caribbean 2 - ok, but the film dragged towards the end
Cars - very poor
Ong Bak - excellent martial arts film from Thailand with some incredible fight scenes
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Old 07-09-2006, 23:49
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Mine are:

Gladiator - Didn't really pay attention to it the first time round, great film

Walk The Line - Superb film, outstanding performances from Joaquin Phoenix and Reese Witherspoon

The Village - Not as good watching it again when you know the outcome

Signs - Great film - (bit of a Phoenix fan really!)

Wallace and Gromit's The Wrong Trousers - watched it for the very first time the other night - Had a good old chuckle!
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Old 08-09-2006, 04:52
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1. Night of the Demons.
2. Night of the Demons 2.
3. Night of the Demons 3.
4. Cemetery Gates (2006).
5. Horrors of War.
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Old 08-09-2006, 12:45
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Old 11-09-2006, 21:55
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1)The Fog-dont get me started on that film it wasnt even a case of so bad it was funny it was just bad
2)Butterfly effect
3)10 things I hate about you
4)Wedding singer
5)Armagrddon
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Old 11-09-2006, 22:23
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The Station Agent 9/10
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Old 11-09-2006, 23:26
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A Few Good Men - a solid film, I've watched it a few times, it's easy viewing. 7/10

Matilda - good funfamily movie, with just a touch of pathos under the surface...8/10

Return of the Jedi - Great beginning, good end, average mid-section, but it still entertians even after 20+ viewings, and i kind of like the Ewokes... 8.5/10

The Shawshank Redemption - a true masterpiece of modern cinema. Seen it dozens of times, still moves me to tears... 10/10

12 Angry Men - what a superb cast! Maybe rather idealistic (especially given the time it was made) but brilliant none the less. 9.5/10

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Old 13-09-2006, 04:49
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Old 13-09-2006, 14:13
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Old 13-09-2006, 14:34
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Old 13-09-2006, 16:50
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1) Wrong turn - Excellent !
2) Mean girls - Absolutely brilliant
3) Sin City - Rubbish - hated it
4) Grease - brilliant
5) 40 - year old virgin- Loved it
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Old 13-09-2006, 16:56
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Old 13-09-2006, 18:14
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Old 13-09-2006, 19:29
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Bonbon el Perro: moving gentle drama about a guy in Patagonia who acquires a pedigree dog, and it changes his life (for the better)
Herbie Rides again. A pleasant surprise, not least because of the wonderful soundtrack!
Two Brothers: Extremely unwise as my 7 year old daughter sobbed uncontrollably and had to be retrieved from the toilet with the constant refrain.. "It's not real its only a film!" However I thought it was very well done, in the vein of old Disney live action movies (remember Old Yeller)
The Choir: I loved this , it was a real feelgood film, the French really do these films so well.
Caught "Come back little Sheba" on Sky Cinema the other day. Absolutely blown away by the performances.

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Old 13-09-2006, 23:05
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1) Van Helsing - What a waste of a good concept. Kate Beckinsale is gorgeous in it so it ain't all bad.

2)Brokedown Palace - Kate again. I liked parts of it but some of it was ridiculous, especially the ending.

3)William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - BRILLIANT, how did it take me ten years to see it.

4)Elizabethtown - It ain't no Say Anything, not evan a Jerry Maguire. I prefered the film when it was called Garden State.

5)Team America - F**k YEAH!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 13-09-2006, 23:16
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Old 14-09-2006, 01:15
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1. You, Me & Dupree - Not as funny as i thought it'd be but defo a good film!
2. Firewall - Loved it!
3. The Notebook - Soooo romantic, shed a few tears every time!
4. Flightplan - Confusing!
5. Inside Man - Thought the ending could of been better!
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