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    what wuz the most recent movie(s) you have seen:

    i wanted to make a sticky thread really bad! and i thought i should do something like 'the most recent DVD you have purchased' so this could be a never ending thread just like it, you post which movie you have just seen everytime. (just like everytime you purchased a DVD)

    please let me know if you think this is stupid! or a bad idea?



    just saw T3 again tonite w/ my boyfriend.....

    and i'm gonna make this a theater slash rental thread... if you have purchased a DVD, read above!!! hehe
    "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."

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    Just watched "The Blues Brothers"- as a musical its pretty damn good.. as a movie to watch when ur bored....kinda Shyt!
    Very good music tho!

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    The Recruit [Der Auftrag]


    Liked it and the twisted story elements

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    Radstar what did u think of "along came polly"? it any good??

    btw i just watched High Fidelity (again)
    and also did a marathon of Charlies angels 1 and 2 (still think CA2 is crappy!!)

    ive got a exam on representation and stereotypes of women coming up soon which is why i chose to watch those films... if theres some that i should definetly watch lemme kno please (for example tomb raider is anuva one i shud watch)

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    finally watched underworld and i really liked it. best movie of the year
    somebody told me you have a boyfriend who looks like a girldfriend that i had in february of last year the killers

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    This week's DVD viewings:

    Saw Francois Truffaut's Day for Night and I love it! It's the best behind-the-scene movie about film-making I've seen to-date, even better than The Player. It has instantly become one of my 3 favourite Truffaut films, along with Jule et Jim and The 400 Blows.

    Also finishing Ocean Waves, the TV-movie made by Ghibli Studios (and haven't been released overseas yet). It's actually better than I expected, cos watching clips from this flick on other Ghibli DVDs I thought it would be as dull and boring as Only Yesterday (which is my least favourite Ghibli film to-date.) But Ocean Waves isn't boring at all, though no major 'memorable' sequences like Laputa, Princess Mononoke or Spirited Away - it's a small film, but it's a good small film.

    "The idea was to be a symbol. editman could be anybody, that was the point."

    Trolls destroyed the Forum

    my DVD/blu-ray List

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    lost in translation

    hehe, this movie made me even more interested in travelling to tokyo

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    Just finally finished my 3 mars movies i wanted to watch.... last one was "Mission To Mars"
    out of ghosts of mars, red planet and mission to mars.... mission to mars was da crappiest!!!

    2/10 (acting was horrible aswell!)

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    Finally watched:

    - Just Visiting
    - Undercover Brother

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    me just got back from watchin "lost in translation" .. good movie! nicely shot

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    Bound
    Jennifer Tilly was hot! Overall it was a pretty good movie, cheesy at certain times... Nicely shot as well...
    "In case I don't see you--good afternoon, good evening and good night." -The Truman Show

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    Hehe Bound is one of my favorite movies. It's sort of a tongue-in-cheek caper movie... so that would explain the intentional cheesyness.

    Oh, and the most recent movies I've seen would be Along Came Polly (2004) and The Mosquito Coast (1986).

    Polly was a distraction... had a few funny moments, and one absolutely hilarious moment... everyone in the movie is charming, but all that couldn't save the movie as a whole, I wouldn't reccomend it.

    I rented the Mosquito Coast because I've heard good things about it, and I like Harrison Ford and the late great River Phoenix. A very good film, basically Harrison Ford plays an ingenious inventor who wants to move out of the coroporate world of the U.S. (which he constantly rants about) and into the middle of a jungle in Central America, where he is obsessed with building a paradise (including an ice factory) in the middle of the blistering heat of the jungle. He achieves this goal, but conflicts with his family, a local missionary, nature, and squatters are only some of the problems that mess with his paradise and heightens his obsession. Great performances all around, especially from Ford and Phoenix, I'd say this is a must-see...

    You know when you're at the video place, and NONE of the new movies look very good, and you don't know what to rent? Rent The Mosquito Coast, you won't regret it.

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    Rebel Without A Cause
    Excellent acting delivered by James Dean and Sal Mineo. Brad Pitt and James Dean are so much alike and their acting style is almost exactly the same. Brad Pitt must have studied James Dean... Anyways, an excellent movie and watch for a young Dennis Hopper!

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    Today i watched:

    Scary movie 3
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    Bringing down the house

    BOth were really funny, had a good laff today

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