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Old 15-09-2006, 13:27
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Magnolia
Heart Condition
Few Good Men
Wicker Man
Frighteners
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Old 17-09-2006, 23:41
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Old 17-09-2006, 23:48
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Has anyone seen Hard Candy, that is seriously F***ed up?

Also :

Last Holiday ***
The Omen
Da Vinci Code**
Making Love****

Why did they bother remaking the Omen?
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Old 18-09-2006, 00:16
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Last 5 films I watched:

Mean Girls - Surprisingly good fun 7/10
Scary Movie 4 - Trash but a few laughs in the first half 3.5/10
The Weatherman - Meh, was OK 6/10
Million Dollar Baby - Excellent 9/10
Warrior (Musa) - Fantastic! 9/10
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Old 18-09-2006, 00:58
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I've been revisiting some lately too... had to really think about this...
5. Lucky Number Slevin - amazing
4. The Crimson Pirate - it was on tv & Burt Lancaster is my mums all time fave, so I always feel obliged!!
3. Love Actually - again, cuz i was in the mood for romance
2. My Own Private Idaho - one of my favourites, that I watch periodically
1. Kill Bill - as I'd only watched it on pirate and have since bought the real thing
1. (as I'm not sure of when this fell) School of Rock - we watch it at work now and again, I'm a teacher... the kids like it. (I do too)
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Old 18-09-2006, 13:23
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1, The Day after tomorrow - I loved this film. Its not my type of film but the suspense and special effects were great

2. Hard Candy - freaked me out a bit.

3. Rumour has it - not bad. terrible idea though... way too far-fetched

4. Hostel - its not as bad as everyone makes out.. but its bad

5. Chicken Little - I really did not like this film. Couldn't get into it at all and couldnt see what all the hype was about.
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Old 18-09-2006, 16:44
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Mysterious Skin
Squid and the Whale
Wisconsin Death Trip
Grizzly Man
The Queen

All were really great movies except for the last (BIG surprise lol) - I'm no royalist.
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Old 18-09-2006, 16:52
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The Good Girl
Crank
The Black Dahlia
The Wicker Man (Original and Remake)
From Hell

I know that is 6 films but you cant really count a remake. All of those films I enjoyed apart from The Wicker Man remake which was rubbish!
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Old 18-09-2006, 19:02
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The Good Girl - Jen Aniston showed she is a great, versatile actress
She's the One - ditto above
Road House - Patrick swayze - ooh!
Rocky II
and watching Rocky III tonight!

I've loved the Rocky films ever since i was a teenager!
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Old 18-09-2006, 20:06
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1 Shaun of the dead-I love this style of British comedy.
2 the birds-Hitchcock scared me to death with this one when i was young.
3 Trainspotting-Very disturbing.
4 Up in smoke, Cheech and chong-still makes me laugh.
5 Reign of fire-I wish i was a dragon slayer.
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Old 19-09-2006, 20:58
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Goodfellas
Casino
Dog Day Afternoon
Two For The Money
Carlito's Way
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Old 20-09-2006, 06:37
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1. Severance - (2006).
2. Ong-Bak - (2003).
3. Wilderness - (2006).
4. Black Demons - (aka Demoni 3 - 1991).
5. Only Fools and Horses: Miami Twice - (move length episode - 1991).
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Old 20-09-2006, 09:49
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Old 20-09-2006, 12:40
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The Sting - on TV last night (a classic)
Chamber of Secrets - Love the HP films watched with the kids
Cars - A good film, the kids enjoyed it too.
Over the Hedge - As above
Pirates of the Carribean - I put it on for the kids, but they disappeared and I ended up watching it myself. Fantastic film
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Old 20-09-2006, 12:43
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Originally Posted by Vince J
Goodfellas
Casino
Dog Day Afternoon
Two For The Money
Carlito's Way
Hey dude, great week you had there... 4 of my faves.
Cant say I've seen Two for the money tho'


Wicker Man
Frighteners
Confetti
Taladego Nights
Rocky III

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Old 20-09-2006, 12:49
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Howl's Moving Castle
Princess Mononoke
Brazil
Porco Rosso
Stormbreaker
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Old 21-09-2006, 00:33
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Originally Posted by behe
Brazil
Porco Rosso
Brazil is the best film ever
Porco Rosso -- I never understood why he was a pig all I got from it was that he didn't die like everyone else so he was a pig but that makes no sense but then he was a pig

Jarhead
Clerks 2
The Aristocats
Sleeping beauty
The Little mermaid
I watched them with my niece although I think she wondered off at some point I forgot how much I loved these films I must of seen them hundreds of times when I was younger and I remember why now!

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Old 21-09-2006, 11:12
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Originally Posted by Kevcamel
Hey dude, great week you had there... 4 of my faves.
Cant say I've seen Two for the money tho'


Wicker Man
Frighteners
Confetti
Taladego Nights
Rocky III
Two for the Money is not for everyone, it's not the greatest film but man does Al Pacino steal the show! As you can see I'm a huge Pacino fan, I'm watching a lot of his stuff at the moment

I've since watched...

People I Know
Analayse This
Analayse That
...And Justice For All
Midnight Run
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Old 21-09-2006, 13:01
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Originally Posted by Vince J
Two for the Money is not for everyone, it's not the greatest film but man does Al Pacino steal the show! As you can see I'm a huge Pacino fan, I'm watching a lot of his stuff at the moment

I've since watched...

People I Know
Analayse This
Analayse That
...And Justice For All
Midnight Run
Yeah im a big Al Pacino fan too. I'll have to get hold of 'Two for the money', 'people i know' and 'and justice for all'. ...these are one of the few of his I havent seen yet! Have you seen Insomnia?... i seen that one lately... he's a star in that.
Midnight Run, Analyse this and Analyse that are Robert De Niro. Great films too. Another of my favourite actors!

Did you know Pacino and De Niro have only been in the same scenes together in one film, and one film only? I take it you've seen this one!

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Old 21-09-2006, 13:28
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Originally Posted by Kevcamel
Did you know Pacino and De Niro have only been in the same scenes together in one film, and one film only? I take it you've seen this one!
Yeah, Heat is an awsome film, even for a few minutes of screen time together it's a really powerful sceen, the tension betwwen them is SO obvious. Did you know there's talk of Heat 2? Exciting stuff!

To me Al Pacino is a star in anything, even his 5 minutes in that awful Gigli *lol*

Good choice with Insomnia, it's nice to see a cop film that doesn't involve lots of shooting, it's a great remake (whic doesn't happen very often) the cinematography in this movie is breath taking.

Have you seen Serpico?

No lie, I have EVERY single Al Pacino DVD movie apart from Scarecrow and Bobby Deerfield, both of which I should have next week.

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Old 21-09-2006, 14:58
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Snakes on a Plane - Funny
Saw - frightening
Pirates of the Carribean 2 - Cant wait for the next one
Sherlock Holmes and the Hound of the Baskervilles - Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce need I say more
Final Destination 3 - fantastic
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Old 22-09-2006, 08:08
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White Chicks - Love this film.

John Tucker must die - not bad, had some good moments and Jesse McCartney is gorgeous!

The Ring 2 - Rubbish!!

Meet the Parents - About the 8th time i've seen it but love it.

Mean Girls - Enjoyed it which surprised me!

Coach Carter - Its alright if not a bit predictable but good.

Edit oops thats 6!
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Old 22-09-2006, 11:13
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Originally Posted by endlessnameless
Brazil is the best film ever
Porco Rosso -- I never understood why he was a pig all I got from it was that he didn't die like everyone else so he was a pig but that makes no sense but then he was a pig

Jarhead
Clerks 2
The Aristocats
Sleeping beauty
The Little mermaid
I watched them with my niece although I think she wondered off at some point I forgot how much I loved these films I must of seen them hundreds of times when I was younger and I remember why now!
The reason why Porco Rosso had a pig's head and didn't die was supposed to be ambiguous.
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Old 23-09-2006, 08:13
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1) The Parent Trap - (with Lindsay Lohan). Very Good.
2) Superman Returns - A bit too long and not as good as I thought it would be .
3) Titanic -
4) Pirates of The Carribean 2 - Very long but very clever.
5) Johnny English - Quite funny.
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Old 23-09-2006, 16:18
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High School Musical - Utter rubbish.

Look Who's Talking - Just because I love it, a lot. And it was only 3 in Woolworths.

Spanglish - A lot better than I expected and I think the ending is wonderful.

My Girl - "He can't see without his glasses!" And it was only 3 in HMV.

Confetti - Very, very entertaining.
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