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    Resident Evil: Extinction - 3.5/5

    Second part was better (I miss Sienna Guillory), but third... it was really fun to watch this. If you need to see once in two years beautiful chick with knifes and guns, making hell with zombies, this movie is definitely for you


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    huh u gotta b kidin bout that Illusionist vs Prestige. Its like comparing Chronicles of Narnia to LotR trilogy
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    Btw I just watched Transformers AGAIN

    And Little Children, which was kinda hard to watch for me (I hate pervs and everything related). It wasnt anything special, but I gotta admit I will remember it more than other movies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by st39.6 View Post
    huh u gotta b kidin bout that Illusionist vs Prestige.
    No. I don't. Size (budget/stars/FX) doesn't matter here. The spirit (plot, characters) does.

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    I'm not the only one who think so...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mithrandir01 View Post
    No. I don't. Size (budget/stars/FX) doesn't matter here. The spirit (plot, characters) does.

    Thats the problem. Illusionist doesnt have a spirit at all.

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    I prefer The Illusionist. Because of the photography, the characters and, of course, the amazing music of Philip Glass that really help (for me) for the atmosphere. But my best friend prefer The Prestige.
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    Ratatouille - 4 / 5

    Pure Pixar magic
    You're waiting for a train, a train that will take you far away. You know where you hope this train will take you, but you can't be sure. But it doesn't matter - because we'll be together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nance View Post
    I prefer The Illusionist. Because of the photography, the characters and, of course, the amazing music of Philip Glass that really help (for me) for the atmosphere. But my best friend prefer The Prestige.
    And of course Edward Norton brilliant performance. Definitely one of the best in 2006.

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    I watched Small Soldiers day before yesterday
    What a fun , really had a good time with it

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    The Devil Wears Prada - 3/5

    Nice. Meryl the Great. The ending [email protected]#$%ed up...

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    D-War .... d-warst ....ehm, worst movie ever. that was SO DUMB!! Supid screenplay, stupid dialogs, bad editing, ot good efects ... nothing worked in that movie

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    American Gangster .... 5/5*! ANOTHER OSCAR FOR DENZEL, PLEASE! What a performance! Loved the film

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    X-Men. The Last Stand - 3.75/5

    Like it very much. My wife too. I think she might like some Wolverine out there

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    Die Hard 4.0 - 4/5

    Damn good action movie, in the line with all previous three.

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