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    Kill Bill Vol 2. it was pretty good, better than the first one, or different. it looked like first one was action, and amazing visuals and sets, and the second one was plot and dialogue, and life dillemas and stuff, Vol 1, and 2 are totally different. But for sure is not my QT best movie, i am still hanging on to Pulp Fiction ( I haven't seen the rest of his work yet)
    And i think you are right about dubbing, and the movie being slower

    I still want to see the eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, and now with what you said, Edit man, i want to see it even more.

    And i saw Boogie Nights on DVD, pretty cool. Definitly Paul Thomas Anderson, loved the long shots. Story was it was kinda like Requiem for a Dream, story wise. Magnolia is still my favorite Anderson Movie though. (because i have no idea about the movie yet--with frogs and everything)

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    Master and Commander: overly long with a few very good ship battles, mostly boring tho

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    MAN ON FIRE
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    Woah! Amazing, totally amazing.
    Alittle too flashy at times during the action scenes (well it is Tony Scott) but from beginning to end your hooked.
    I felt alittle cheated by the ending but I still love it.
    Sgt. Johnny Beaufort: He says, "The Apaches are a great race," sir. "They've never been conquered. But it is not well for a nation to be always at war. The young men die... the women sing sad songs... and the old ones are hungry in the winter."
    Fort Apache

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    dawn of the dead (2004)
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    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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    I saw Personal Velocity, last night! it was interesting but i actually don't know how i feel about the movie! if anybody saw it let me know what you think.

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    Saw Win A Date With Tad Hamiltion. Perhaps this was a very rare occasion, when crowd reaction was funnier than the whole of the film. Tad took his shirt off and 4 or 5 girls in front row went "Ooooohhhhh!!". The joke itself wasn't funny, they made it funny.

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    "Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."

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    Saw Duplex (AKA Our House). A funny movie, with such classsic scenes as delibaretly sniffing someones cold to catch it...

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    50 first dates..

    9/10 :-)
    I enjoyed it really really really much!!!!
    Great Music

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    dawn of the dead again
    i think i'll change my rating to 8/10

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    i saw chocolat on DVD and loved it!
    10/10
    and still want to go see man on fire

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    Last film?

    Hidalgo!
    Watchabel but nothing more

    4/10
    Live long and prosper
    Terraner

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    I saw Secret Window. Fine, and Depp acts like he knows not to take it seriously.

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    Matchstic Men
    American Splendour
    Spirited Away
    Peter Pan
    Stuck On You
    The Last Samurai (got my DVD yesterday )
    The Killer
    Iron Monkey
    The Krays
    Interview With The Vampire
    Freaky Friday
    Holes
    Finding Nemo (4 times last week)
    Kill Bill
    Citizen Kane
    Tremors 4

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